burn the witches, burn the witches, don't take time to sew your stitches
burn the witches, burn the witches
good is the thing that you favor, evil is your sour flavor
you cannot sedate all the things you hate
burn the bridges, burn the bridges, don't take time to sew your stitches
burn the bridges, burn the bridges
good is the thing that you favor, evil is your sour flavor
i don't need your hate, i decide my fate
you cannot sedate all the things you hate


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    General CommentI really love this song...It's less subtle than a lot of his other works, but there's a beauty in the words themselves...It's songs like these by Manson that give you an insight on his life and past. It's a song written by a man that's striking back at society, for all the verbal, physical, and emotional damage it's done to him for only being what he is. And it's so true...So many people in society would wrather strike down what they don't understand, than to spend the time to cure the things in their own life that's gradually breaking them down. How so many people try to destroy the peopel they consider "evil" because they feel they're doing "good", and that they'll get some sort of glorification from it...But they're always still left with that "sour flavor" because in reallity their problems have nothing to do with the outcasts they hate so much...That's what I think Marilyn Manson in trying to convey in this song...
    decaying soulon April 30, 2002   Link

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