Disengaged

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"Disengaged"
Disengaged cover
Song by Marilyn Manson
Album Born Villain
Released April 30th, 2012 (UK), May 1st (Worldwide)
Recorded 2009 – 2011, California
Genre Industrial metal, gothic rock
Length 3:25
Label Cooking Vinyl, Hell, etc.
Writer Marilyn Manson
Media
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"Disengaged" is is the ninth track on the 2012 release Born Villain. A short sample of the song's chorus was shown before the release of Born Villain in an interview with Sean Beavan.

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Albums[edit]

Versions[edit]

  • "Disengaged" — Appears on Born Villain.

Lyrics[edit]

    And I could look into the 
    crowded morgue of mistakes
    the sun stopped its smile 
    and frowned on me too
    My re-built/re-mastered heart 
    is smashed into its faces
    and its face is confused
    
    I cut my throat in two
    I said "sorry" to you,
    for being a fool 
    but I didn’t want forgiveness.
    It was regret, 
    not an apology
    it was regret
    regret
    regret
    
    Dis 
    Dis 
    Dis
    Disengaged
    Dis 
    Dis 
    Dis
    Disengaged
    
    you're with me, against me
    but the only thing forever is hate
    
    I forget what I saw 
    before and after that day
    I'd trade all I was worth 
    to make myself into
    the handsomest gun 
    and put the diamond bullet
    into your 
    404 ERROR face
    
    Dis 
    Dis 
    Dis
    Disengaged
    Dis 
    Dis 
    Dis
    Disengaged
    
    you're with me, against me
    but the only thing forever is hate
    
    and I'm an event 
    and everybody knows
    you decide if you can live,
    or you decide to let someone 
    decide for you
    
    Dis 
    Dis 
    Dis
    Disengaged
    Dis 
    Dis 
    Dis
    Disengaged
    
    you're with me, against me
    but the only thing forever is hate

Trivia[edit]

The song's lyrics, scrawled on a door in a Facebook upload.
  • A portion of the songs lyrics can be seen in a Facebook picture circa 2010.
  • Manson made a subtle reference to the song in an interview, using the phrase, "... anything with the word 'Dis' in it."