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|Song by Marilyn Manson & the Spooky Kids|
|Album||After School Special|
|Recorded||December 1991 at Sync Studios in Miami, Florida|
|Label||Beat Up Your Mom|
|Producer||Daisy Berkowitz, Marilyn Manson|
"Choklit Factory" is the third track on the 1991 release After School Special. The song was written about American serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer, who formerly worked at the Ambrosia Chocolate Factory. A photo of Dahmer is used on the cover of After School Special as well.
- "Choklit Factory" — Appears on After School Special.
- "Choklit Factory" (Remastered mix) — Appears on Marilyn Manson & the Spooky Kids second studio album.
One boy entertained by the torments of another soul. Touching was confusing and he found he was all alone. He sought salvation in the darkness of the choklit. Sweets soaked insecurities and sugar teased his need to kill. Peel back, the faces, we hide within our choklit shell. Some now indulgence, some know and some go much too far. They came hypnotized by the promise in his somber grin. He saw something in the weakness of their skin Peel back, the faces we hide within our choklit shell. Some know indulgence, some know and some go much too far Jeff saved for later, his prizes of iniquity: polaroids to covet and bones to hide in 213...