|Song by Marilyn Manson|
|Released||October 8, 1996|
|Recorded||1996 at Nothing Studios in New Orleans, Louisiana|
|Genre||Industrial metal, Heavy metal, Thrash metal|
|Composer||Twiggy Ramirez, Trent Reznor|
|Producer||Trent Reznor, Dave Ogilvie, Marilyn Manson|
"Little Horn" is the fifth track on the 1996 release Antichrist Superstar. The song is based on a dream Marilyn Manson had of an apocalyptic future in Fort Lauderdale where most of the human race had been turned into zombies for the entertainment of a small elite. There was a strip club where they had reanimated female corpses and made them dance naked in cages made of thick metal bars. Their flesh was covered in boils and gnarled veins, and their hair was falling out in clumps. Their jaws had been wired shut so that they wouldn't bite off the penises of the men around them masturbating. The dream was the beginning of the concept for the Antichrist Superstar album.
- Little Horn — Appears on Antichrist Superstar.
there's an apple in the pussy mouth now I am the dinner whore there's a tumor in the t.v. mouth burn it out before it grows someone better get the dog to kick, jaws wired shut to save the dick out of the bottomless pit comes the little horn "little horn is born" the world spreads its legs for another star world shows its face for another scar dead will dance for what is left the worms will wait with bated breath "your blind have now become my deaf" so says this little horn "save yourself from this..." the world spreads its legs for another star world shows its face for another scar everyone will suffer now... "you can't save yourself..." the world spreads its legs for another star world shows its face for another scar
- At the beginning of the "Disposable Teens" music video, Manson emerges from the water possibly portraying the Little Horn. In the Bible, the Book of Daniel references a "little horn": "He arose from the water with large iron teeth that he used to smash his enemies with..." Manson's teeth in this scene appear to be iron-like.
- The line "And the world spreads its legs for another star" had previously been implemented in the opening lines of the Patty Smith cover "Rock 'n' Roll Nigger".