The Fight Song (Slipknot Remix)

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"The Fight Song (Slipknot Remix)"
The Fight Song (Slipknot Remix) cover
Marilyn Manson song remixed by Joey Jordison and Sean McMahon
Original The Fight Song
Album The Fight Song (single)
Released August 8, 2001
Genre Alternative metal
Length 3:50
Label Nothing, Interscope
Writer Marilyn Manson
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"The Fight Song (Slipknot Remix)" is a remix of "The Fight Song", a song featured on the 2000 release Holy Wood (In the Shadow of the Valley of Death). The song was remixed by Joey Jordison of Slipknot and Murderdolls with Sean McMahon in Des Moines, Iowa.

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  • Resident Evil

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   fight, fight, fight, fight
   
   Nothing suffocates you more than
   the passing of everyday human events
   Isolation is the oxygen mask you make
   your children breath into survive
   
   But I'm not a slave to a god
   that doesn't exist
   I'm not a slave to a world
   that doesn't give a shit
   
   You'll never grow up to be a big-rock-star-celebrated-victim-of-your-fame
   They'll just cut our wrists like
   cheap coupons and say that death
   was on sale today
   
   And when we were good
   you just closed your eyes
   So when we are bad
   we'll scar your minds    
   
   But I'm not a slave to a god
   that doesn't exist
   I'm not a slave to a world
   that doesn't give a shit
   
   the death of one is a tragedy
   but the death of millions is just a statistic.
   
   But I'm not a slave to a god
   that doesn't exist
   I'm not a slave to a world
   that doesn't give a shit
   
   But I'm not a slave to a god
   that doesn't exist
   I'm not a slave to a world
   that doesn't give a shit
   
   fight, fight, fight, fight
   
   I'm not a slave, I'm not a slave, I'm not a slave
   
   god doesn't exist, god doesn't exist, god doesn't exist