"You and Me and the Devil Makes 3" is a song by Marilyn Manson. It is the tenth track on the 2007 album Eat Me, Drink Me, and was released as a promotional single from the album in September 2007. The song features the most prominent bass on the album, and ends in a musical melee. The lyrics "I'm just like rolling a stone up a hill in Hades" is a reference to Sisyphus, a figure who in Greek mythology was sentenced to roll a stone up a hill for eternity. The spoken phrase "Pants can always come off, pants can always come off" can be heard around 3:33 - half of the number 666.