Alice isn't frightening
Alice aren't you scared
Alice isn't is wonderful
Living life afraid

Don't look around the corner
I might be lurking there
Under the bed at night
You're up till dawn again

Alison hell, your mind begins to fold
Alison hell, aren't you growing cold
Alison hell, you are looking blue
Alice in hell, what else can you do

Alice

I begin my rule, life hideous in your mind
Crying out, you've lost your doll
It isn't worth a dime

Alison hell, your mind begins to fold
Alison hell, aren't you growing cold
Alison hell, what are you looking for
Alice in hell, soon I close the door

Sitting in the corner, you are naked and alone
No one listened to your fears, you've created me

Alice isn't frightening
Alice aren't you scared
I was killed at birth
I shoot this final scene
You're in the basement
You're trapped insanity

Alison hell, what were you looking for
Alison hell, as I close the door
Alison hell, here you shall dwell
Alison hell, Alice dwells in hell

Alice

Alice
Alison
Alice
In Hell

Goodbye


Lyrics submitted by HungerForMore, edited by sokorny

Alison Hell Lyrics as written by John Douglas Bates Jeffrey Bruce Waters

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    WojoTheMaster243: No it's not, dipshit.

    kizakon June 07, 2005   Link
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    General Comment

    Like Slayer's Raining Blood song and Reign In Blood album, the album is Alice In Hell and the song is Alyson Hell, which kicks ass.

    Did you really have to write his name if he was the only one to post before you?

    Mokushion March 18, 2006   Link
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    Don't you just love Randy Rampage ,none of Annihilator's other vocalists come close.Love the way he says 'kkhhrrryyying out'after the first chorus

    serene_drummeron June 23, 2007   Link
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    ["a young girl, terrified, there's something out there. but is it real? it must be, because it's watching her. her pleas for comfort and reassurance are ignored, and soon, all she has left is her imagination... and that's the most terrifying thing of all."]

    JucaOPastoron April 18, 2009   Link
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    General Comment

    Great song which catches up the atmosphere of that creepy story. And Rampage's vocals just fit in perfectly.

    Ethernityon February 07, 2012   Link
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    General Comment

    So why is the song called Alison Hell when an Alison is never mentioned in the lyrics but an Alice is??

    Should the song have been called Alice in Hell and the album Alison Hell?

    sokornyon May 21, 2015   Link
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    My Interpretation

    Seems to be talking about a evil spirit that haunts Alison (or Alice) ... could it perhaps be a twin sibling who died at birth (hence the interchanging of Alison and Alice)?

    sokornyon February 11, 2016   Link
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    General Comment

    About a girl, whose fears of "someone out there in the dark" became an insanity. Parents thought it was normal and it will end soon, but she went totally mad.

    vlakaradoson November 30, 2008   Link
  • -3
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    LMAO, the song\'s called Alice in Hell.

    WojoTheMaster243on April 22, 2005   Link

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