Suicide Snowman

If i had time to kill the world i'd try
Oh no, but i'm busy, killing me
I don't have time to build a suicide
Because the snowman melts in spring
The striper girls will not be coming back
In the summer...for me! me!
I don't have time to even say good-bye
We are dying...As winter lives...spring!
Snow melts in my lawn and i am free...yeah!
Corn cob pipe and a button nose...yeah
Bottled in the ground too long a...
Snow melts in my lawn and i am...
If i had time to kill the world i'd try
But i'm busy, kill is ever me
I don't have time to even say good-bye
We are dying...As winter lives...spring!
Snow melts in my lawn and i am free...yeah!
Corn cob pipe and a button nose...yeah
Spring!


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    General Commenti think he uses "snow melts in my lawn" as a methaphor for his life slipping away, i am free means that the snow has gone and therefore he has died.
    IronHaloon June 28, 2002   Link
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    General Commenthey halo i gess this is one of your added lyrics. This is a Marilyn Manson and The Spooky Kids song.
    Man§oni†eMaGg0T666on July 06, 2002   Link
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    General CommentWhat do you mean mansonite?
    PrettyLittleRosieon May 04, 2003   Link
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    General Commenti love thsi song its so kool i have the origonal recording on cd ^_^ aanyway i think its about basically death and being in teh winter of your life. and when the spring comes you melt away but life is beginning again.
    mansonjunkieon October 19, 2004   Link
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    General Commentthis song is about tranformation. it shares alot of the same themes as the other song learning to swim. basically the snow represents death and non-growth. therefore, the suicide snowman is a person killing parts of themselves because they have realized that they can't "kill the world". I love this song it's so poetic.
    xb00042on October 19, 2008   Link

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