"Rebel Side of Heaven" as written by and Tony/gordy Brown....
I don't wanna leave you, but in time you're gonna see that I ain't kidding
And though we have sinned all of our lives, we ain't going to hell
Well we're going to the rebel side of heaven

I counted seven dogs laying dead by the road, even ...
While I was lying alone naked and bleeding
Found on the phone that there's nowhere but home
In Dallas, we dug for gold
We could not find China or hell, so we just dug ourselves into the rebel side of heaven

I don't wanna leave you, but in time you gotta see that I ain't kidding
And though we have sinned all of our lives, well, we ain't going to hell
No, we ain't going to hell
We're going to the rebel side of heaven


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    General CommentLove Langhorne Slim,
    There's another version where he sings the second verse a bit different:

    "I counted seven dogs layin' dead by the road,
    even hoped then I got cold,
    while I was lyin' alone naked and bleedin',
    followed the phone got us nowhere but old,
    In Dallas we dug for gold."

    I found it here
    daytrotter.com/arr/langhorne-slim/…
    countrypunkon November 10, 2010   Link

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