Forest Head

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"Forest Head"
Forest Head cover
Song by Marilyn Manson & the Spooky Kids
Album 'Second remasters compilation'
Recorded April 1991
Genre Alternative metal
Length 4:13
Label Empire MusicWerks
Writer Marilyn Manson
Producer Daisy Berkowitz
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"Forest Head" (also known as "Cabeza de Bosque") is the sixth track on the yet unreleased Marilyn Manson & the Spooky Kids' second remasters compilation. It was initially recorded in April 1991 after the release of the band's fifth cassette, Lunchbox, but was never formally released on any cassette.

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     This forest head of mine
     Been really testing my lady
     Why?
     
     I am a climber
     I climb and climb
     Until my feet go dry
     
     This forest head of mine
     Been really testing my lady
     Why?
     
     I am a climber
     I climb and take them
     'Til my feet go dry
     
     Inside my head
     Hey
     Inside my head
     Hey
     Inside my head
     Hey
     
     Take pieces day by day
     This dream I can't retake
     Take pieces day by day
     This dream I can't retake
     Take pieces day by day
     This dream I can't retake
     Take pieces day by day
     This dream I can't retake
     
     This forest head of mine
     The music's won
     This forest head of mine
     The music's won
     Won...
     
     Take pieces day by day
     This dream I can't retake
     Take pieces day by day
     This dream I can't retake
     Take pieces day by day
     This dream I can't retake
     Take pieces day by day
     This dream I can't retake
     Yeah