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Album: Chickenfoot III (2011)
  • When I arrive, at the pearly gates
    Gonna have, my swim suit on
    Flip flops, and a pair of shades
    And ask the choir if I can sing along, yeah
    Wooh, yeah, yeah

    I'll bow down and kiss the ring
    I'll show respect, the best I can
    I'll be myself, gotta show the man
    Just exactly who I am, yeah
    Yeah, yeah, yeah

    I'm in the sun, I might be the one
    Maybe I'm, oh no, in the front of the line
    Up next
    Who's next?

    Well when I arrive at the pearly gates
    Gonna sing at the top of my lungs
    Everything I ever did
    It will be heard, it will be sung
    Yeah, yeah
    Yeah, yeah

    I'm in the sun, I might be the one
    Maybe I'm, oh no, in the front of the line
    Up next

    When I arrive at the pearly gates
    Gonna have my best foot on
    A big 'ol smile on my face
    I'll check no bags I got no carry-ons
    Yeah, yeah
    Yeah, yeah

    I'm in the sun, I might be the one
    Maybe I'm, oh no, in the front of the line
    I'm in the sun, I might be the one
    Maybe I'm, oh no, in the front of the line

    Up next, wooh
    Who's next?
    C'mon, up next
    Step right up
    Who's next? Writer/s: JOE SATRIANI, SAMMY HAGAR
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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