You came home alone last night
And made love to your hands
You fantasised about Jesus Christ
And Moses in the bath
You put a crucifix inside yourself
Just like Linda Blair
You look for answers to your life
But there's never any there

You're gonna rot in heaven
Because you're forgiven in hell
You're gonna rot in heaven
Because you're too good for hell

You came home alone last night
And tore your soul apart
You ripped a little hole inside
Your precious fragile heart
I wonder if the sun will rise
If it ever will again
Because if it don't then I swear to god
We were only ever friends

You're gonna rot in heaven
Because you're forgiven in hell
You're gonna rot in heaven
Because you're too good for hell
You're too good for hell
Too good for hell
Because you're forgiven in hell

You're gonna rot in heaven
You're gonna rot in heaven
You're gonna rot in heaven
You're gonna rot in heaven
Becayse your forgiven in hell


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    General CommentIt is about somebody so evil that hell does not want them- or at least, this person is in Betty's eyes. It is a break up song.

    "Because you're too good for hell"- it is irony. The person is so despicable Hell is not evil enough to take them in.

    "You came home alone last night/And made love to your hands"- Tee hee. xD I am sure you know what that is about.

    "You put a crucifix inside yourself/Just like Linda Blair"- the crucifix scene from The Exorcist

    "Because if it don't then I swear to god/We were only ever friends"- she went out with them but regrets it very much and tries to deny it
    xhyperxon January 14, 2011   Link

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