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69 Eyes – The Good, The Bad & The Undead lyrics

Hail, hail, rock n roll
Hail, hail

When the clock strikes twelve and you're in bed
That's when the boogey man lurks to cut your head
They won't let you into heaven
And hell is closed tonight

The good, the bad and the undead
The good, the bad, baby better like it
The good, the bad and the undead
The party's started and it's better when you're dead

We're the one's who have no place to go
We've sold our souls to rock n roll
Hail, hail, rock n roll
Hail, devil's got your soul
They won't let us into heaven
We've done all the sins of seven

The good, the bad and the undead
The good, the bad, baby better like it
The good, the bad and the undead
The party's started and it's better when you're dead

Hail, hail, rock n roll
Hail, cevil's got your soul
The good, the bad and the undead
The good, the bad and the undead
They won't let us into heaven
And hell is closed tonight

The good, the bad and the undead
The good, the bad, baby better like it
The good, the bad and the undead
The party's started and it's better when you're dead



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