"Coma White" as written by and Jeordie White Brian Hugh Warner....
there's something cold and blank
behind her smile
She's standing on an overpass
In her miracle mile

'Cause you were from a perfect world
A world that threw me away today, today, today
to run away

A pill to make you numb
A pill to make you dumb
A pill to make you anybody else
But all the drugs in this world
Won't save her from herself

Her mouth was an empty cut
And she was waiting to fall
Just bleeding like a Polaroid
that lost all her dolls

You were from a perfect world
A world that threw me away today, today, today
to run away

A pill to make you numb
A pill to make you dumb
A pill to make you anybody else
But all the drugs in this world
Won't save her from herself

A pill to make you numb
A pill to make you dumb
A pill to make you anybody else
But all the drugs in this world
Won't save her from herself

You were from a perfect world
A world that threw me away today

A pill to make you numb
A pill to make you dumb
A pill to make you anybody else
But all the drugs in this world
Won't save her from herself

A pill to make you numb
A pill to make you dumb
A pill to make you anybody else
But all the drugs in this world
Won't save her from herself


Lyrics submitted by missderelict, edited by PinkInk

"Coma White" as written by Jeordie White Brian Hugh Warner

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    General Comment"Just bleeding like a polaroid that lost all her dolls"

    Polaroid is a photo
    When a photo bleeds the colors seep through and it looks all depressing when in black and white.
    When a little girl loses her dolls, she may become depressed and cry.
    Perhaps Manson was trying to tie all this together with the rest of the theme to Coma White. As said before, Coma White is a depressed girl.
    MaliceShadowon March 09, 2005   Link

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