Welcome to Hell

Album: The Defamation of Strickland Banks (2010)
  • Welcome to hell
    Welcome to hell that's what I heard them sing
    Welcome to hell yeah
    Oh we're so happy that you're here today

    There's a warden waiting to meet me
    As I make my way inside of the jail
    He smiles at me ever so sweetly
    And sends to me on route to my cell

    Welcome to hell
    Welcome to hell that's what I heard them sing
    Welcome to hell yeah
    Oh we're so happy that you're here today

    Grins all up on their faces
    Lookin so delighted I'm here
    Murders, robbers and rapists
    All shouting up in my ear

    Welcome to hell
    Welcome to hell that's what I heard them sing
    Welcome to hell yeah
    Oh we're so happy that you're here today

    Put my brave face on
    Can't let 'em know that I'm scared
    Put my brave face on
    Cos if they know then I'm dead
    I put my brave face on
    Can't let 'em know that I'm scared
    I put my brave face on

    And don't I know, don't I know, don't I know
    Just how low, just how low, just how low (just how low)
    I've fallen down, I've fallen down
    And I can see, I can see, I can see
    What's in store for me, oh for me, oh for me
    Fallin out, there's no way out now

    Welcome to hell
    Welcome to hell that's what I heard them sing
    Welcome to hell yeah
    Oh we're so happy that you're here today
    Welcome to hell yeah
    Welcome to hell that's what I heard them sing
    Welcome to hell hey
    Oh we're so happy that you're here today oh oh yeah

    Put my brave face on
    Can't let 'em know that I'm scared
    I put my brave face on
    Cos if they know then I'm dead
    I put my brave face on
    Can't let 'em know that I'm scared
    I put my brave face on

    Put my brave face on
    Can't let 'em know that I'm scared
    I put my brave face on
    Cos if they know then I'm dead
    I put my brave face on
    Can't let em know that I'm scared
    I put my brave face on Writer/s: ERIC APPAPOULAY, TOM WRIGHT-GOSS, RICHARD CASSELL, BENJAMIN PAUL BALANCE-DREW
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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