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On Your Way To Hell


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tommyboy2

 Genre: Gothic Rock
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First song I have written. A bit of a morbid Rock Song.
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On Your Way To Hell

You left me dying in the street
But it’s funny the people you meet
When you’re on your way to Hell
You left me dying in the street
But it’s funny the people you meet
When you’re on your way to Hell

I met a long haired loverboy from Liverpool
He said he didn’t mean to do it
But he lost his cool
And wiped his family out in an afternoon

I met a Punk who’d lost his Rock
Killed his girl in a hotel block
Then killed himself
With a needle and dirty spoon

You see there’s no such place as Purgatory
You’re either going up or down
Oh how I wish that I was somewhere else
Lord take me back to my hometown

You left me dying in the street
But it’s funny the people you meet
When you’re on your way to Hell
You left me dying in the street
But it’s funny the people you meet
When you’re on your way to Hell

I met a bully who thought it was cool
To pick on the weak and be real cruel
Til one of them fought back
With a with a thirty two

I met a bunch of kids, who they say
Laughed as they blew their classmates away
They blamed it on the music
They all listened to

You see there’s no such place as Purgatory
You’re either going up or down
Oh how I wish that I was somewhere else
Lord take me back to my hometown

You left me dying in the street
But it’s funny the people you meet
When you’re on your way to Hell
You left me dying in the street
But it’s funny the people you meet
When you’re on your way to Hell

Well I hope you pay for your sins on earth
Cos you sure will pay when you’re down in the dirt
And your on your way to Hell
And your on your way to Hell

Tommyboy2
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Hits: 2380
Comments: 5
Fans: 2
Plays: 210
Downloads: 124
Votes: 4
Uploaded: Oct 17, 2006 - 11:42:27 PM
Last Updated: Oct 16, 2006 - 08:31:32 PM Last Played: May 21, 2017 - 05:20:27 PM
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Comments
said 4021 days ago (October 18th, 2006)
The mix...
...is done well, and produced with ease on the ears. I like the background
vocal, good octave double. You have a good voice for this style of music,
however I might classify it in something other than Goth Rock. Overall
done well.
said 4014 days ago (October 24th, 2006)
Awesome!
Whether here or beyond...we will certainly reap what we sow. Great
tuneage my man and welcome aboard! I love your vox and the mix is very
professionally done. Killer lead solo! Abundant KUDOS!

Be well!

http://www.macjams.com/song/25291
FractalGarden said 4005 days ago (November 2nd, 2006)
Drew me in right away
Wowza, what a great voice with this style of music. Perfectly matched! I was drawn in immediately by this song, the lyrics and the vocals. I'd agree this may not be categorized correctly, but it was total ear candy to me. Production was extremely well done, and the solo was sweeeeet! Thanks for sharing it. And thanks for offering a download.
Check out my latest song called Can't Look Her In The Eye
smokey bacon jnr said 4002 days ago (November 5th, 2006)
absolutely brilliant
this is fantastic. The lyrics are great, by far the best I've seen on this site, and the delivery is spot on. I wouldn't call it gothic however, it's better than that! People may not listen to this if its in a minority category - stick it in rock or something more mainstream. The imagery and some of the delivery reminded me of Leonard Cohen, particularly Tower of Song. This would sound great on the radio. Great song, great production.
Check out my latest song called April
craft said 3557 days ago (January 25th, 2008)
Great for a first song
Love the lyrics and your vocals are great... I'm really enjoying this one... Well done
Check out my latest song called Valarty & AJ Craft - Burn (Alternative version)
Genre Info
Gothic rock evolved out of post punk during the late 1970s. Originally considered just a label for a small handful of punk rock/post punk bands, goth only began to be defined as a separate movement in 1981. While most punk bands focused on aggressive

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