Hel

Album: Deceiver Of The Gods (2013)
  • Welcome to my humble home
    Your soul is mine to keep
    There are no walls of rock and stone
    Yet no one ever leaves

    Yeah, those who die of age and plague
    Are welcomed in my court
    Murderers, miscreants
    Will linger here and rot

    Those who die inglorious
    And those who die in shame
    They are all sent to my dark halls
    They all shall fear my name

    Here hunger is your plate
    Here famine is your knife
    Here you will forever dwell
    I welcome you to Hel

    I welcome you to Hel

    Now here you are in my cold realm
    You are my honored guest
    At the banquette of the dead
    Your soul will never rest

    Your soul is mine to keep (your soul is mine to keep)
    And you will never leave (and you will never leave)

    Here sickness is your bed
    Here ruin is your fell
    Here you will forever dwell
    I welcome you to
    Here hunger is your plate
    Here famine is your knife
    Here you will forever dwell
    I welcome you to Hel Writer/s: TED OSCAR LUNDSTROEM, OLAVI MIKKONEN, JOHAN SOEDERBERG, FREDRIK ANDERSSON, JOHAN HEGG
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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