The Love Song (Bon Harris Remix)

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"The Love Song (Bon Harris Remix)"
The Love Song (Bon Harris Remix) cover
Marilyn Manson song remixed by Bon Harris and Madonna Wayne Gacy
Original The Love Song
Album The Fight Song (single)
Released August 8, 2001
Genre Alternative metal
Length 3:38
Label Nothing, Interscope
Writer Marilyn Manson
Media
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"The Love Song (Bon Harris Remix)" is a remix of "The Love Song", a song featured on the 2000 release Holy Wood (In the Shadow of the Valley of Death). The song was remixed by Bon Harris with Madonna Wayne Gacy and the majority of the vocals have been replaced with samples of a man talking about the power of music.


 


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Lyrics[edit]

"music that began with a fanfare of thundering drums...
music that inflamed people's wild patriot fervor..." 
"12 dollars...78 cents"
"machine guns..."
"12 dollars...78 cents"
"mountains of human corpses"

yeah, yeah
yeah, yeah

"They found that music can help incite beast-like behavior...
arouse the desire to kill"
"killing...break...kill...killing"

"do you love your guns?"
   (yeah)
   "god?"
   (yeah)
   "the government?"
   (fuck yeah)

I've got love songs in my head
   that are killing us away"
I've got love songs in my head
   that are killing us away" 
I've got love songs in my head
   that are killing us away"

"do you love your guns?"
   (yeah)
   "god?"
   (yeah)
   "the government?"
   (fuck yeah)

"12 dollars and 78 cents to rock the world"

$12.78[edit]

$12.78 Italian Carbine Rifle

Based on the Rape of the World tour poster for Dallas (as shown right) $12.78 references the price of the 6.5 Italian Carbine Rifle that Oswald used to assassinate JFK in Dealey Plaza