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|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|
|Producer||Marilyn Manson, Trent Reznor|
"Dogma" is the ninth track on the 1994 release Portrait of an American Family. The earliest recording of this song dates back to the band's 1990 cassete tape The Beaver Meat Cleaver Beat under the title "Strange Same Dogma".
- "Citronella - Dogma "— Appears on The Manson Family Album.
- "Dogma" — Appears on Portrait of an American Family.
The Manson Family Album version
burn the witches, burn the witches, don't take time to sew your stitches burn the witches, burn the witches good is the thing that you favor, evil is your sour flavor you cannot sedate all the things you hate burn the bridges, burn the bridges, don't take time to sew your stitches burn the bridges, burn the bridges good is the thing that you favor, evil is your sour flavor I don't need your hate, I decide my fate you cannot sedate, all the things you hate
- The song's working title was "Dogma (Citronella)".