Sweet Tooth

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"Sweet Tooth"
Sweet Tooth cover
Song by Marilyn Manson
Album Portrait of an American Family
Released July 19, 1994
Recorded August–December 1993 at Criteria Studios in Miami, Florida, Record Plant Studios in Los Angeles, California, The Village Recorder and Pig
Genre Alternative rock
Length 5:03
Label Nothing, Interscope
Writer Marilyn Manson
Composer Madonna Wayne Gacy, Gidget Gein
Producer Marilyn Manson, Trent Reznor
Media

"Sweet Tooth" is the tenth track on the 1994 release Portrait of an American Family.

Appearances[edit]

Cassettes[edit]

Albums[edit]

Soundtracks[edit]

  • Strangeland (1998)

Versions[edit]


Rare rehearsal version 1993
Portrait Sessions version
4 track demo version
The Manson Family Album version


Lyrics[edit]

    her heart shivers in my hand,
    she's melting on me like cotton candy
    I make the faces that make you cry,
    I want you more when you're afraid of
    my disease, disease is draining me
    anymore you're not so "pretty please"
    disease, disease is draining me
    I want you more when you're afraid of me
    I will break you inside out
    you are mine, you are mine
    I will break you inside out
    you are mine, you are mine
    her hair hangs in swollen strings
    I'm choking on her, it feels so sickening
    I make the faces that make you cry
    I want you more when you're afraid of
    my disease, disease is draining me
    anymore you're not so pretty, please
    disease, disease is draining me
    I want you more when you're afraid of me
    I will break you inside out
    you are mine, you are mine

Trivia[edit]

  • This is the only song that Gidget Gein wrote both guitar & bass parts for.