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Marilyn Manson Lyrics


I peek into the hole I struggle for control

The children love the show but they fail to see the anguish in my

eyes

Fail to see the anguish in my eyes

I scratch around the brim I let my mind give in
The crowd begins to grin but they seem to scream when darkness fills

my eyes

Seem to scream when darkness fills my eyes it's no surprise

Fail to see the tragic turn it into magic

My big top tricks will always make you happy

But we all know the hat is wearing me

My bag is in the hat, it's filled with this and that

My vision's getting fat, the rabbit's just a monkey in disguise

Stars and pills and needles dance before our eyes

They will bite the hand if it is slower than the quickness of their

scrutinizing eyes

Fail to see the tragic, turn it into magic

My big top tricks will always make you happy

But we all know the hat is wearing me

Chicanery will always make you happy

But we all know the hat is wearing me

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Purrai

[Intro]
(The great Hoodoo! Huhoho, will perform a feat of prestidigitation.)

[Verse 1]
I peek into the hole, I struggle for control
The children love the show
But they fail to see the anguish in my eyes
Fail to see the anguish in my eyes

I scratch around the brim, I let my mind give in, yeah, yeah
The crowd begins to grin
But they seem to scream when darkness fills my eyes
Seem to scream when darkness fills my eyes, it's no surprise

(As you meet, huhoho, your doom!)

[Chorus]
Fail to see the tragic, turn it into magic
My big top tricks will always make you happy
But we all know the hat is wearing me

[Verse 2]
My bag is in the hat
It's filled with this and that
My vision's getting fat
The rabbit's just a monkey in disguise

Stars and pills and needles
Dance before our eyes
They will bite the hand if it is slower than
The quickness of their scrutinizing eyes

[Chorus]
Fail to see the tragic, turn it into magic
My big top tricks will always make you happy
But we all know the hat is wearing me

[Outro]
Chicanery will always make you happy
But we all know the hat is wearing me



Xaran Bagarn

I peek into the hole I struggle for control
The children love the show but they fail to see the anguish in my
eyes
Fail to see the anguish in my eyes
I scratch around the brim I let my mind give in
The crowd begins to grin but they seem to scream when darkness fills
my eyes
Seem to scream when darkness fills my eyes it's no surprise
Fail to see the tragic turn it into magic
My big top tricks will always make you happy
But we all know the hat is wearing me
My bag is in the hat, it's filled with this and that
My vision's getting fat, the rabbit's just a monkey in disguise
Stars and pills and needles dance before our eyes
They will bite the hand if it is slower than the quickness of their
scrutinizing eyes
Fail to see the tragic, turn it into magic
My big top tricks will always make you happy
But we all know the hat is wearing me
Chicanery will always make you happy
But we all know the hat is wearing me



Mihail Georgiev

I peek into the hole, I struggle for control
The children love the show
But they fail to see the anguish in my eyes
Fail to see the anguish in my eyes
I scratch around the brim, I let my mind give in, yeah, yeah
The crowd begins to grin
But they seem to scream when darkness fills my eyes
Seem to scream when darkness fills my eyes, it's no surprise
Fail to see the tragic, turn it into magic
My big top tricks will always make you happy
But we all know the hat is wearing me
My bag is in the hat
It's filled with this and that
My vision's getting fat
The rabbit's just a monkey in disguise
Stars and pills and needles
Dance before our eyes
They…



Heliopath

This is a very long story. And it's a personal one, so much it might even be cheesy. You don't have to read it if you don't want to, but I have never told anyone in real life that this video is special to me and why. I wanted to share it, because it is due.

So, when I was about eight or ten (most likely eight), my brother changed the channel while I was watching television, for that was what he did. And in VH1 or MTV there where showing this video. I saw it in its entirety.

I didn't tell my brother, but I liked it a lot. I didn't tell him because we weren't very close then, and I was confused. Everything in this video was something that I actively hated when I was young. I despised a lot of things decadent, mostly because I was the polar oposite, but also because my brother and cousins tended to enjoy them. I always felt left out when they were playing San Andreas, listening to Rammstein and all that jazz that was cool in the 2000's, because... I don't know. I just didn't like them.

But this did. Even though I loved the original movie, even though anyone would have thought that I would have be horryfied, I loved this video with sincerity. I wanted to be one of the kids in that boat, and watch every awful thing. I was happy when I saw that Oompa Loompa drink vodka out of the bottle, for I wanted to do so too, and the "girls taste like girls" was the most amazing thing I saw in my life until two seconds later with "the boys taste like boys". And deep down, because I was not stupid, I knew that the song was about drugs, and wanted to be friends with Marilyn for that. I believe I even dreamt one time that I went to his house and gave him a hug, because he knew something about me that I didn't and it was a brief breath that I had allowed myself to take, and I was glad.

I didn't know much english then, so I did not catch the name of the song. It popped every now and then in my mind, I wondered which one was. Then, in middle school, I believe, I searched in Google "Marilyn Manson boat Wonka", and saw it again after years have passed. I still loved every second. I remembered a lot of things, even tough my memory has been letting me down since young.

Now, I don't want to be a scene kid, but I was disturbed as a child. I cried a lot, even though I was happy. I liked my friends so much that I was afraid of them getting bored of me, so I never had anyone to visit me to play. It took me about four years to go to my best friends house, and two more to eat with her and her family. A teacher bullied me in fourth grade, and I... I did somethings that I wish I had not done. All around, I was joyful. I liked to talk, I liked to read, I knew that I loved and was loved, but at the same time I was really, really depressed. I didn't knew that back then. I watched television for hours every day because I didn't want to spend a second thinking about how lonely I felt. I was doing that when my brother changed the channel. At least most of the times, and most of the times, he didn't noticed.

So, when I saw a zombie army destroy the USA in All Nightmare Long, I was intrigued. When I saw people marching through a wasteland just to bid farewell a man after he died in Welcome to the Black Parade, I payed attention, because I knew I was sad enough to think about death every now and then. And when the power that the anger Dave Grohl had was enough to blast the glass that contained enough water to wipe out the policed that wanted to supress his riot, I was angry too. I hated them for that. In my moral code, those were wrong things, but I hated those videos because they made me realize that no matter what I did and whether or not I tried to be better, those things were still inside my mind, my body, my heart. Yet Marilyn Manson, just doing it for the sake of fun, convinced me slowly to take a break and enjoy those feelings from time to time, for that way I would breathe with calm again.

It took me years to do it. Sometimes I still have trouble letting people and myself to not be the best version of themselves, but now I'm better. And I never grew to be like my cousins and some of my friends, because metal was either too loud yet not aggresive enough, because I just can't watch or read Fight Club without having to leave the room and the only shooters I own are those of Bioshock, because the violence isn't the focus, the filosophy is, and that's okay. I am happy the way I am, and I let myself just join in the fun with some "edgy" stuff from time to time because it's healthy for me.

And while I'm sure I probably wouldn't like Marilyn's other songs, I am grateful. I am better now. I gained some strenght with the years. I am the one who has done the journey, but he was one of those who inspired me to start it in the first place and keep going until I was ready to rely on others, and for that I am so, so thankful.



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Sage Channel

Mr. Wonka, this candy tastes funny.

grimtaco 910

That’s right Charlie it’s a mixture of LSD and chocolate

Аня Шамрай

Да я согласна Тим бёртон идеальный и Джонни Депп тоже а Мэрилин Мэнсон вообще жжёт

Sterling Strange

We cooked a clown....

Legendas Thornado

it tastes like LSD

Destaine Dillard

Lol

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@chettelodicoaffare1 I'm on weed

AALIYAH KEEF

I SCREAMED LMAOOO

chettelodicoaffare1

damn im on coke right now....listening this...absolutely fantastic....mfg

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