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Like several of the songs on the album, this makes reference to the Columbine shootings, for which the mass media attempted to blame Manson's influence despite all evidence to the contrary. Like a lot of his lyrics, this deals with Manson's perception that the media tend to martyr and deify those who die within the public eye. (thanks, Stefano - Old Bridge, NJ)
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