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Marilyn Manson King Kill 33 Lyrics

Last updated: 08/29/2010 11:00:00 AM

Is this what you wanted?
This is what you get.
Turned all your lives into shit.
You never accepted or treated me fair
blame me for what I believe and I wear.
You fucked yourselves and you raise these sheep
the blue and the withered seeds you will reap.
You never gave me a chance to be me
Or even a fucking chance just to be.
But I have to show you that you played a role
and I will destroy you with one simple hole.
The world that hates me has taken its toll
but now I have finally taken control.
You wanted so bad to make me this thing
and now I can help you to kill the king

and I am not sorry, and I am not sorry
this is what you deserve
and I am not sorry, and I am not sorry
this is what you deserve
and I am not sorry, and I am not sorry
this is what you deserve

King Kill 33
King Kill 33
King Kill 33
King Kill 33

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animosity | Reviewer: Anonymous | 8/26/10

its crazy. honestly manson is a intense artist. his music depicts his life and things he's gone through. its in reference to the mason's and the initiation into the 33 degree of masonic rituals. the fact that it has a huge influence upon our youth. reading all your comments makes me realize how much anger comes from it. makes me hurt inside

More So Than Being A Martyr... | Reviewer: The Almighty Anthony Analog | 8/20/10

...this song reflects, symbolically, the Killing of the King ritual (through which a freemason will graduate into the 33 degree)... MM (Marilyn Manson) is symbolic for Master Mason. Rather he actually is or not is debatable, but the controllers of the entertainment industry damn sure are, and use artists to convey their messages constantly. $0.02

derivative | Reviewer: Marc L | 5/18/10

This song is one of my favorites...
An interesting fact is that this title is taken from an article of the same name by James Shelby Downard. It is about the conspiracy behind the ritual killing of the king that was the assasination of JFK, which Manson brings up throughout the album. It's about being a martyr.

Songs to Murder To | Reviewer: Anonymous | 7/3/08

This song is out of control. The combination Fall of Adam/King Kill pumps so much energy and anger into me. In the first few seconds, before he starts singing, there's a very quiet "Blame Me". Columbine from Eric and Dylan's point of view.

Hell of a Song | Reviewer: Bongo | 11/23/07

This has to be on of Manson's best songs, balls out honesty with enough rage to fuel a war machine. The lyrics are soft spoken which only makes it more haunting, while the music itself builds into an ominous noise. Flat out rocks.

Different | Reviewer: Anonymous | 5/16/07

Differen product of a great artist,it's different,but it's coll.What a sound!Well,it's short,but it says much things.Great song!