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Hell March
Frank Klepacki Lyrics


AC/DC
Bonfire
Hell Ain't A Bad Place To Be
Hey you -

Sometimes i think this woman is kinda hot
Sometimes i think this woman is sometimes not
Puts me down, fools me around
What's she doing to me?
Out for satisfaction, any piece of action
That ain't the way it should be
She needs love, smells out a man
She's gotta see
Pours my beer, licks my ear
Brings out the devil in me

Hell ain't a bad place to be

Spends my money, drinks my booze, stays out every night
And i got to thinking, "hey, just a minute, something ain't right"
Disillusions and confusion
Make me want to cry
All the same, you lead your games
Tellin' me your lies
Don't mind her playing a demon
As long as it's with me
If this is hell then you could say
It's heavenly

Hell ain't a bad place to be

Late at night turns down the lights
Closes up on me
Opens my heart, tears it apart
Brings out the devil in me

Hell ain't no bad place to be

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Savage Fist

Hell yeah. This was a time when I worked part-time on weekends at a comic book store in addition to my full time job. We got to know the computer guy next door and he networked some computers together(I think it was 4 or 6), the old coax cable with terminators and we charged anywhere from $3-5/hr to play on them. Total Antihalation, Redneck Rampage, Diablo, Carmageddon and of course, Red Alert. Oh the nerdiness of playing until 2-3am in the morning, Magic the Gathering, D&D, comic books and computer gaming. Eating horrible food, tons of soda(sometimes beer). Friday nights then I had to open at 10am the next(was late many times but I only got paid in merchandise) then again on Saturday nights.

This is always the time I reminisce with my buddy about. He always remembers brining in his stereo and blasting music until the sun came up, eating fresh donuts from Fosters donuts and drinking fruit punch with his favorite nugget ice from the same store.

Unlike today, parents would drop off their kids or teens for hours as they knew they would be safe there. The worst thing was eating horribly and buying frivolous hobbies that are the first to go when disposable income gets tight. It was a total waste of time looking back at my 20s with my now much older eyes and sensibilities but I cannot deny the feelings I had for that era.

Yeah, this song really hits the nostalgia chord for me. They say you can't go back but for just a couple minutes I can get damn close.

Thank you, Westwood Studios and thank you, Frank.



All comments from YouTube:

RegalT-type

Most chill rock concert ever. Crowd of middle aged nerds listening respectfully.

Sami Bean

Hey we aren't middle aged hides the fact I'm 34

TheSpiralAim

xD that's what King Crimson concerts are like too.

SilvortheGrand

@Thiago T. The multiplayer of the first red alert and tiberian sun are available online for free and is even open source, if I remember correctly. Check the cncnet website if that's still a thing

Terra Exodus

I know. Where is the nukes?

RegalT-type

My age

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Joel

Where all the 90s pc gamers at? This is our anthem right here.

Dustywitch

Oh, dude, I love this song, but Doom II - Shawn's got the Shotgun has to be the anthem for me.

925Cas

yesss Zir!

Savage Fist

Hell yeah. This was a time when I worked part-time on weekends at a comic book store in addition to my full time job. We got to know the computer guy next door and he networked some computers together(I think it was 4 or 6), the old coax cable with terminators and we charged anywhere from $3-5/hr to play on them. Total Antihalation, Redneck Rampage, Diablo, Carmageddon and of course, Red Alert. Oh the nerdiness of playing until 2-3am in the morning, Magic the Gathering, D&D, comic books and computer gaming. Eating horrible food, tons of soda(sometimes beer). Friday nights then I had to open at 10am the next(was late many times but I only got paid in merchandise) then again on Saturday nights.

This is always the time I reminisce with my buddy about. He always remembers brining in his stereo and blasting music until the sun came up, eating fresh donuts from Fosters donuts and drinking fruit punch with his favorite nugget ice from the same store.

Unlike today, parents would drop off their kids or teens for hours as they knew they would be safe there. The worst thing was eating horribly and buying frivolous hobbies that are the first to go when disposable income gets tight. It was a total waste of time looking back at my 20s with my now much older eyes and sensibilities but I cannot deny the feelings I had for that era.

Yeah, this song really hits the nostalgia chord for me. They say you can't go back but for just a couple minutes I can get damn close.

Thank you, Westwood Studios and thank you, Frank.

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