Meat for a Queen

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"Meat for a Queen"
Meat for a Queen cover
Song by Marilyn Manson & the Spooky Kids
Album Grist-o-Line
Released December 26, 1990
Recorded August–November 1990
Genre Alternative metal
Length 3:01
Label Beat Up Your Mom
Writer Marilyn Manson
Composer Daisy Berkowitz
Producer Daisy Berkowitz

"Meat for a Queen" is the third track on the 1990 release Grist-o-Line. The song was originally titled "Naked, Mangled in a Cornfield". [1]







  • "Meat for a Queen" — Appears on Grist-o-Line.
  • "Meat for a Queen" (Remastered mix from Grist-o-Line) — Appears on Lunch Boxes & Choklit Cows.


    fornicators in wooden silence
    throw grubstakes on the offering
    supplication congregation
    count the creases in your
    prophet preaches hypocrisy
    disemboweling heresy
    falsities falsities
    falsified factualities
    the sky was purple and my eyes
    were red
    i fell from the firmament
    upon my head
    was it something something
    something I said?
    one day people gonna make me
    caught in this dream
    can't hear me scream
    another variation on my theme
    i'm omnipotent fiend
    meat for a queen
    my hair runs black and
    my eyes grow green
    you don't need your worthless
    mortal body
    belief is just a
    pitiful noose
    your god is cerebral
    and satan is your sorry


  • According to Daisy Berkowitz, "Meat for a Queen" contains the same lyrics as a song recorded earlier in 1990 titled "All Fall Down".
  • On most bootlegs this track is mislabeled as "Suffocation".


  1. Same lyrics were later used in the song Meat For A Queen (originally titled "Naked, Mangled In A Cornfield") Source.