Marilyn Manson Change Quotes

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What did Marilyn Manson say about Change?

Marilyn Manson has written many quotes about Change. E.g.,

  • Growing up going to Christian school and the concept that you're born a sinner and you don't really have a choice to change who you are has been hammered into my head and created the entire reason why I made art and made a band and made records called 'Antichrist Superstar.'
  • There's no reason to change what you are, but if you're not being you, then you need to acknowledge that.
  • I was married to someone who wanted me to change. Become more adult, more responsible. I began not to like myself, not like what I do. I lost my identity. Everything began collapsing around me.

What are the top most famous Change quotes by Marilyn Manson?

Here are the top most famous quotes about Change by Marilyn Manson.

  • Growing up going to Christian school and the concept that you're born a sinner and you don't really have a choice to change who you are has been hammered into my head and created the entire reason why I made art and made a band and made records called 'Antichrist Superstar.'
  • There's no reason to change what you are, but if you're not being you, then you need to acknowledge that.
  • I was married to someone who wanted me to change. Become more adult, more responsible. I began not to like myself, not like what I do. I lost my identity. Everything began collapsing around me.
  • As a kid I had buck teeth and braces and acne. I hated what I saw. I'm still not comfortable, but that's why I change and adapt the way I look.