Highway to Hell

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"Highway to Hell"
Highway to Hell cover
Song by Marilyn Manson
Album Detroit Rock City: Music from the Motion Picture
Released August 3, 1999
Recorded 1999
Genre Industrial metal, heavy metal
Length 3:42
Label Island, Mercury
Writer Bon Scott
Composer Angus Young, Malcolm Young
Producer Marilyn Manson
Media

"Highway to Hell" is a track featured on the Detroit Rock City soundtrack, originally written and performed by AC/DC in 1979.

Appearances[edit]

Soundtracks[edit]

  • Detroit Rock City (1999)

Versions[edit]

  • "Highway to Hell" — Appears on the Detroit Rock City soundtrack.

Lyrics[edit]

    Living easy, livin' free
    Season ticket, on a one-way ride
    Asking nothing, leave me be
    Taking everything in my stride
    Don't need reason, don't need rhyme
    Ain't nothing I would rather do
    Going down, party time
    My friends are gonna be there too
    
    I'm on the highway to hell
    Highway to hell
    Highway to hell
    Highway to hell
 
    No stop signs, speedin' limit
    Nobody's gonna slow me down
    Like a wheel, gonna spin it
    Nobody gonna mess me 'round
    Hey Satan, paid my dues
    I'm playin' in a rockin' band
    Hey Mama, look at me
    I'm on my way to the promiseland
    
    I'm on the highway to hell
    Highway to hell
    Highway to hell
    Highway to hell
   
    I'm on the highway to hell
    Highway to hell
    Highway to hell
    Highway to hell
    Highway to hell
    Highway to hell
    Highway to hell
    Highway to hell
    Highway to hell
    Highway to hell
    Highway to hell
    Highway to hell

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