"Hell No" as written by Bruce Dickinson and Roger J. Ramirez....
There's a secret that we all share
In the darkest hours of the night
You can swear on the bible...
Cut the throat of your rival
I've been taking my life in my hand
And I'm making new plants yeah...
Now I'm starting my life on my own
In the virgin unknown

Hell, hell no
Oh where do we belong?
In this place,where we fight,
Oh were do we belong?

There's a place in the misty air
Not a million miles from here
You can make it your own place
You can change your own face
I've been taking my life in my hand
And I'm making new plants yeah...
Now I'm starting my life on my own
In the virgin unknown...

Hell, hell no
Oh where do we belong?
In this place,where we fight,
Oh were do we belong?
Seaming hell, hell no
Oh were do we belong?
In this place,where we fight,
Oh were do we belong?
In this place,where we fight,
Oh were do we belong?

If you can't really say
What you don't really know
Then you don't really know
What you can't really say
Screaming out Hell no
Shouting out Hell no
On his knees shouting Hell no
Defiant as Hell no
On the street singing Hell no
On his knees Hell no
Still shouting out Hell no
Screaming Hell no


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"Hell No" as written by Roger J. Ramirez Bruce Dickinson

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    General Commentwow, no comments on this? i love this song, seems to me like a man taking control of his own life and finally telling people trying to control him "Hell no" like he isn't going to listen to them ever again. just my thoughts, even if i'm wrong, still love this song :P
    patrick.oconnor37on May 17, 2009   Link

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