"The Beautiful People" is the first single off of Marilyn Manson's controversial album "Antichrist Superstar", released in 1996. It was the second track, after "Irresponsible Hate Anthem".
Directly inspired by Friedrich Nietzsche, "The Beautiful People" critiques the master-slave morality in capitalistic societies. After "Hate Anthem", which was a look into the character of the Antichrist's future in 1997, "The Beautiful…
And I don't want ya and I don't need ya
Don't bother to resist or I'll beat ya
It's not your fault that you're always wrong
The weak ones are there to justify the strong