Let Your Ego Die

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"Let Your Ego Die"
Let Your Ego Die cover
Song by Marilyn Manson
Album The Family Jams
Released August 1992
Recorded August 1991–August 1992
Genre Alternative rock
Length 3:57
Label Beat Up Your Mom
Writer Marilyn Manson
Composer Daisy Berkowitz, Gidget Gein
Producer Daisy Berkowitz
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"Let Your Ego Die" is the third track on the 1992 release The Family Jams.

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Versions[edit]

  • "Let Your Ego Die" — Appears on The Family Jams.
  • "Let Your Ego Die" (Remastered mix) — Appears on Marilyn Manson & the Spooky Kids second studio album.
  • "Let Your Ego Die" — Appears on Mr Conrad Samsung - Ep by The Daisy Kids released on September 19, 2015

Lyrics[edit]

The clock is a ring on her finger
That she checks when she's out of time
The cigarette's a spike in the spur of the moment
Digging in her, side

She cuts the paper with nails
And her pen is bleeding poetry
Nervous from the sex that she got
And the wine that was spilled
On her clean, white, white sheets, sheets

Like to see you baby
All torn up inside
Girl you're dead already
So just, let your ego die

Nervous from the sex that she got
And the wine that was spilled
On her clean, white, white sheets, sheets

Like to see you baby
All torn up inside
Girl you're dead already
So just, let your ego die
Girl you're dead already
So just, let your ego die
Die, die, die, die

Trivia[edit]

  • The version on "The Family Jams" features a sample of Frank Black talking on the Pixies album "Surfer Rosa".
  • On some bootlegs this track is mislabeled as "Trouble in the Van" and "Let Your Ego Decide".