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Trace Adkins - Welcome To Hell (Chord)
Album: Trace Adkins Greatest Hits Collection, Vol. 1 (2003)
Submitter: WildCard76 (296) on 7/21/05 1 comment
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WELCOME TO HELL
Trace Adkins
Album: Greatest Hits Vol. I
Capitol Records
Submitted by: christopher r.
8:45 PM 7/21/2005

Drop D Tuning

Intro: (D)  (Bb5)  (A5)  (D)

(D) Come on in, son, have a seat
Don't mind the screams, don't mind the heat
It's (Cadd9) been like this 'round (G) here for a long, long (D) time
We haven't had the chance to meet
But I've heard about you on TV
And I (Cadd9) think we're gonna (G) get along just (D) fine
(Cadd9) I can't help but notice, you (G/B) look somewhat surprised
Did you (Bb5) think, son, after what you've done, 
The (A5) Lord would let you slide?

  Welcome to (D) Hell, your new (G/B) home
  You (Cadd9) did the crime now you'll do the time
  Right where (G/B) you be(D)long
  Welcome to (G) Hell, end of the (D) line
  Your (Cadd9) final sin, (G/B) got you in
  And (Bb5) now your soul is (A5) mine
  Welcome to (D) Hell

I hope for your sake you're the kind
That can stand to burn 'til the end of time
'Cause that's exactly what you're gonna do
There's some lots left on the lake of fire
Where we send your kind to retire
And i picked out a nice little hot spot just for you
I've got one last thing to tell ya
And let me make this clear
I don't know what you've been told
But there ain't no virgins here

CHORUS

SOLO

  Welcome to (G) Hell, end of the (D) line
  Your (Cadd9) final sin, (G/B) got you in
  And (Bb5) now your ASS is (A5) mine................
  Welcome to (D) Hell 
 Comments (click here to add a non-facebook comment)
If God sounds like Johnny Cash, then the Devil sounds like Trace Adkins...and I mean that in a good way. Thanks for tabbing this; one of my favorites of his.
-twizzle05 | 7/21/2005
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