Party In Hell

Songfacts®:

  • This song finds Aaron Lewis singing about the Devil, partying, and some Country music greats. It was the last song he wrote for The Road and was inspired by a stay in the place known as Sin City. "Las Vegas really is, in a metaphorical sense, a party in hell; you can get into anything you want to," he told Reuters. "It was like well, 'OK, I'm going to hell, who else is going to be there? We might as well have a party with it.'"

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