"Go to Hell" as written by Robert A. Ezrin, Alice Cooper and Dick Wagner....
For criminal acts and violence on the stage
For being a brat refusing to act your age, yeah
For all of the decent citizens you've enraged
You can go to hell

For gambling and drinking alcohol constantly
For making us doubt our parents authority
For choosing to be a living obscenity
You can go to hell

You're something that never should have happened, yeah
You even make your grandma sick, aah

You'd poison a blind man's dog and steal his cane
You'd gift-wrap a leper and mail it to your Aunt Jane
You even force-feed a diabetic a candy cane wreck
You can go to hell

You are something that never should have happened
You even make your grandma sick

For criminal acts and violence on the stage
For being a brat refusing to act your age
For all of the decent citizens you've enraged
You can go to hell


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"Go to Hell" as written by Alice Cooper Richard Wagner

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