"Water in Hell" as written by and Sam Goldberg Justin Peroff....
The newspaper ride is hanging like a thread
You're looking for your sailor boy
The music uncertainly, disconcertingly
You're looking for your sailor boy

From what I can tell
There's water in hell

The shuck and jive, the shuck and jive is over
The shuck and jive, the shuck and jive is over
The second time, the second time is over
It's too bad the monkey's on your shoulder

Well the truth be a lying stone cold messiah
It's time to let the cash roll in
This ain't the kind of man I want to defend
It's the year 2010

From what I can tell
There's water in hell

The shuck and jive, the shuck and jive is over
The shuck and jive, the shuck and jive is over
The second time, the second time got older
It's too bad the monkey's not

No one likes to lose (no one likes to lose)
No one likes to lose

There's water in hell
There's water in hell
There's water in hell
There's water in hell
There's water in hell
There's water in hell
There's water in hell


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"Water in Hell" as written by Charles Spearin Brendan Canning

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    General Commentvery pavementy. can't get enough of this song.
    inafutureageon June 13, 2010   Link
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    General CommentWater in hell = relief in bad times?
    JAStewarton November 01, 2011   Link
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    General CommentThere's water in other people. Roughly 60%.

    -Sartre
    wharney2008on June 11, 2012   Link
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    General Comment"There's water in hell" could be like saying that Hell isn't the fiery underworld that people think it is, that "it's the year 2010" and we should recognize Heaven and Hell as states of existence, not actual places with fixed descriptions.
    tonyjfrancoon September 09, 2013   Link

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