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Song Saturday ~ "In Hell I'll Be In Good Company" by The Dead South

I’ve posted all classic Rock and Roll songs for Song Saturday, but today I thought I would go for another genre. A lot of people do not like Blue Grass, but something in me does. I really like this band, and the song is not the cheeriest the tempo sure is. This song is about a musician coming home to find his cheating wife in bed with another, and he shoots her. Anyway, that is my take on it. What do you think it is about?  

Listen hear:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B9FzVhw8_bY&list=PLC51ldZ9V77w68gycTIxz0LWPsK6wzZwW&index=1

#1 First verse

Dead love couldn't go no further

Proud of and disgusted by her

Push shove, a little bruised and battered

Oh Lord I ain't coming home to you

#2 2nd

My life's a bit more colder

Dead wife is what I told her

Brass knife sinks into my shoulder

Oh babe don't know what I'm gonna do

#3 3rd

I see my red head, messed bed, tear shed, queen bee

My squeeze

The stage it smells, tells, hell's bells, miss spells

Knocks me on my knees

It didn't hurt, flirt, blood squirt, stuffed shirt

Hang me on a tree

After I count down, three rounds, in hell I'll be good company

#4 Repeats verses

Dead love couldn't go no further

Proud of and disgusted by her

Push shove, a little bruised and battered

Oh Lord I ain't coming home with you

The song repeats the first verses.

What do you think?

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Written by Kim_Johnson

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  1. Bill Monroe (BlueGrass Legend) lived near where I grew up. A small Indiana town called Bean Blossom. (look at the names of towns in Southern Indiana you’ll see a pattern).

    Every year on his farm, Bill had a huge festival. He passed away, but the festival lives on. Some of the best times I’ve ever had were at that festival.

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