Unlikely duo Marilyn Manson and Johnny Depp have said that they found their cover of Carly Simon's 'You're So Vain' "amusing", as they felt it summed up people's attitudes towards them perfectly.
The rocker and the actor collaborated on the classic song, which has featured as a bonus track on Marilyn Manson's new album 'Born Villain' - the pair think that it is an accurate representation of how people view them both
Manson told CNN: ''We started jamming - I don't even like to use that word because I think it sounds too musical and I consider myself to be more of a problem-maker than a musician."
''We ended up thinking, what could we do that would be really amusing to both of us because of what people think about us? 'You're So Vain' really says it all.''
The rocker also revealed how he has fallen into a rather confusing state, following poor reviews and sales of his last two albums 'Eat Me, Drink Me' and 'The High End Of Low'.
However, the 'Tainted Love' star insists he's now confident with himself again, saying:
''I fell into a confusing state where I didn't want to be who I was. I needed to be the person I'm going to be, the person I should be. I had to accept that this is what I am. And it took me the humility to say I have to make a comeback."
''On the last two records, I think I started to write songs to make people feel like I was feeling rather than to make them feel something. And I was feeling like s**t, so that was a really stupid thing to do''
Listen to the duo's cover of 'You're So Vain' below...
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