The Minute of Decay Lyrics - Marilyn Manson

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There's not much left to love,
too tired today to hate.
I feel the empty.
I feel the minute of decay.
I'm on my way down now, I'd like to take you with me,
I'm on my way down,
I'm on my way down now, I'd like to take you with me,
I'm on my way down.
The minute that it's born,
it begins to die.
I'd love to just give in,
I'd love to live this lie.
I've been to black and back,
I've whited out my name.
A lack of pain, a lack of hope,
a lack of anything to say.
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I'm on my way down now, I'd like to take you with me.
I'm on my way down - I'm on my way down !
The minute that it's born,
it begins to die.
I'd love to just give in,
I'd love to live this lie, I'd love to live this lie,
How do you see it?
How do you know ?
How do you see it?
(I've looked a head and everything was dead)
How do you know?
(I guess that I am too)
How do you see it?
(I've looked a head and everything was dead)
How do you know?
(I guess that I am)
I guess that I am too !
The minute that it's born,
it begins to die.
I'd love to just give in.
Oh, I'd love to live this lie.
I'd love to live this lie,
I'm on my way down now, I'd like to take you with me,
I'm on my way down,
I'm on my way down now, I'd like to take you with me,
I'm on my way down,



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Emtionally detached | Reviewer: Anonymous | 12/24/10

I feel that Manson, whom I am a great fan of, was very emotionally detached from his family at this period in time. For anyone that has read The Long Hard Road out of Hell knows that Manson was so different from his family and he knew that. He just didn't know why. Which is understandable.



Quite Sad | Reviewer: Camii | 4/19/10

This is a very emotional song for Marilyn....He even cried in the recording of it. This song reflects all the troubles he has faced, and the things to come. In this line: "I'd love to just give in,
I'd love to live this lie" It is talking about how much he wants to end his life...but he doesn't want to do it, because he know doing so would let all those people from school..and his ex-girl friends....and everyone who betrayed him.....win.
This is truly a emotional song.



awsome!! | Reviewer: Anonymous | 8/7/09

this is one of my favorite manson songs been a fan for awhile and wont ever quit.. i just hate how alot of people (mostly the chirstians) hate people that are differnt, b/c they act different or watever its just not rite for someone to be them selves and hear bullshit from a jesusfreak that listens to music to praise a invisible man its just fucked up how they judge people when they are fucking hopin they get in heaven not living life to its fullest... beacuse they are scared... and hopless i hope one day they will learn the truth of the matter that god and the government will soon fall to power, wont dictate peoples thoughts and actions..



Absence of hope | Reviewer: Renz | 3/26/09

This song is one of Mansons better songs, although it is the darkest song he has performed, in my opinion. But he does say, "I'd love to just give in, I'd love to live this lie". Which means that he is going to try, just as we all should.





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