"Welcome to Hell" as written by Benjamin Paul Ballance-drew, Eric Appapoulay, Richard David Cassell and Tom Wright Goss....
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


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"Welcome to Hell" as written by Tom Wright-goss Eric Appapoulay

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    General CommentThe song and album are pretty much self explanatory.

    The album is a story of Strickland Banks, who is falsely accused of a crime and spends time in prison. It takes you through stories of his prison sentence
    joshgellon October 08, 2014   Link
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    General CommentThe song and album are pretty much self explanatory.

    The album is a story of Strickland Banks, who is falsely accused of a crime and spends time in prison. It takes you through stories of his prison sentence
    joshgellon October 08, 2014   Link
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    General CommentThe song and album are pretty much self explanatory.

    The album is a story of Strickland Banks, who is falsely accused of a crime and spends time in prison. It takes you through stories of his prison sentence
    joshgellon October 08, 2014   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThe song and album are pretty much self explanatory.

    The album is a story of Strickland Banks, who is falsely accused of a crime and spends time in prison. It takes you through stories of his prison sentence
    joshgellon October 08, 2014   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThe song and album are pretty much self explanatory.

    The album is a story of Strickland Banks, who is falsely accused of a crime and spends time in prison. It takes you through stories of his prison sentence
    joshgellon October 08, 2014   Link

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