Prosthetics

Songfacts®:

  • This song was inspired by the 1965 movie The Collector, which is about a butterfly collector who decided to collect humans as well. It was directed by William Wyler, a movie legend whose credits include Wuthering Heights and Ben-Hur. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Kelsie - Pittsfield, MA

Comments: 2

  • Blubeast from Sac, CaTo be precise, the movie is about a man who only collects one woman. The movie is based off a book The Collector by John Fowles.
  • Devon from Spokane, WaThis song is about a man who collects humans and recreates them,almost the same meaning as Iowa. Theres also a rumor going around saying that this song is a about a Man in Iowa,who kidnapped a 8 year old girl and killed and raped her (not in that order),but then after getting arrested,he said "dammit man i knew it was a mistake!!!"
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