Asked by Artist Direct
where the song came from, Manson replied: "In a funny way, I think that's a song to ourselves. As a band, we've always felt a little misunderstood, and we realize, even with this new record, it's sort of the same situation. We're just oddballs, and we always will be. At this point in our lives, rather than feel like victims of being left out, we're like, 'F--k it!' We're renegades. We're doing things on our own terms, and that's fine.
Whenever you do choose to live in a way that's different from other people, they're very fast to call you a freak, weirdo, or oddball. That can feel very exclusive. As a human being, you have to invert that idea and say, 'We're doing things on our own terms. This is how we see things. I will do what I think is right not what everybody else tells me is right, and that's okay.'"