"Hell's Comin' Down" as written by Martin Duffy, Bobby Gillespie, Andrew Innes and Gary Mounfield....
Had me a woman, give me all her love
She gave me her blessing and I gave her my curse
I drove her crazy, I drove her crazy
Sent her insane like a one-way train

In my lonely bed at night, wish that I could die
Hell's comin' down, Hell's comin' down

Made love in the morning, we got drunk at night
When she was sleepin' I stabbed her with a knife
I did deceive her, I was a midnight creeper
I robbed her blind, I drove her outta her mind

In my lonely bed at night, wish that I could die
Hell's comin' down, Hell's comin' down

Feels like the whole world's comin' down on me
Nowhere to run, nowhere to hide
Pain in my heart, murder on my mind
I wish I was with her, I wish I could kiss her, alright

There's no sun in the sky, no love in my life
Since I lost my baby, all I do is cry
She won't come back, no, she won't come back
I broke her heart, I tore it all apart

In my lonely bed at night, wish that I could die
Hell's comin' down, Hell's comin' down

In my lonely bed at night, wish that I could die
Hell's comin' down, Hell's comin' down

In my lonely bed at night, wish that I could die
Hell's comin' down, Hell's comin' down, here comes Hell



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"Hell's Comin' Down" as written by Bobby Gillespie Andrew Innes

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