Marilyn Manson: Fundamentally Loathsome Meaning
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Fundamentally Loathsome Lyrics
And I want to wake up in your world with no pain
And I'll just suffer in hope to die someday
While you are numb all of the way
When I hate it I know I can feel you
But when you love you...
anonymous Aug 23rd, 2017 8:40pm report
MARILYN MANSON came out with this song during The Perverted, sick and decomposed times of Bill and Hillary Clinton. Which I think is about the negative side of ''when'' a NARCISSIST"S spiritual side falls into ''NIHILLISM''. By and when falling in love with a Woman that subconsciously reminds him of himself in ''her image'' of him that he really doesn't love, but ''falls in love '' with anyway. Which is the Woman that unfortunately he feels doesn't really love him back honestly. He is willing to suffer, while not being afraid to die as a mental sacrifice of himself in this relationship. Even though he feels that the Woman doesn't love the real him that he sees in her. This feeling is hurtful and painful, so he may be looking forward to mentally[subconsciously] die for her/his love,like having a ''death wish'' in order to obtain and receive somekind of a genuine blessing by going through this ''mental transformation'' of his, in the hope to feel the true love that he truly needs.
William Stanford Nov 9th, 2015 11:10pm report
It's really hard to imagine his meaning was on one particular thing, often artists leave their message open for interpretation. The song is clearing about an infatuation with someone or something, be it herion, a woman, anything. The message however about how he feels towards it is clear, he's giving, loving, and not getting it back in return and what's good is he knows it! But continues to do so because that's what infatuation is right? Beautiful song.
anonymous May 30th, 2012 5:31am report
This song is kinda about drugs. I feel that the "you" it addresses throughout the song is meant to be coma white, a character symbolizing many things throughout the album.
She represents a girl, a drug, and so many things.
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anonymous Jan 30th, 2011 1:13pm report
I don't know why but I keep thinking that this song is about the relationship of a drug addict with heroin.
"I want to wake up in your *white* sun"
"And I want to wake up in your world with no pain". Feeling calmness and no pain after heroin use is one of its common "traits". Then he says "And I'll just suffer in hope to die someday", This is what follows after the effect passes: suffering and wishing to be dead.
What do you think? Does it make sense?
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