Satan Is Real
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"Satan Is Real" is a song by The Louvin Brothers and the sampled introduction used during Marilyn Manson's 2015 The Hell Not Hallelujah Tour, originally released in 1959.
- "Satan Is Real" — Performed on the The Hell Not Hallelujah Tour; never officially released.
Satan is real, working in spirit You can see him and hear him in this world every day Satan is real, working with power He can tempt you and lead you astray I attended service at a little church In the country not long ago A prayer was led by an old country preacher Who then raised his hands as everyone stood and sang "My God is real" A warm breeze through the open windows Brought in the smell of new mown hay in a nearby field And the singing of birds could be heard In the moment of silence As the preacher opened the bible to read And then a little old man stood up, bent with age His hair thin and white And said, "Preacher, tell them that satan is real too" You can hear him in songs that give praise to idols And sinful things of this world You can see him in the destruction of homes torn apart I know that satan is real For once I had a happy home I was loved and respected by my family I was looked upon as a leader in my community And then Satan came into my life I grew selfish and un-neighborly My friends turned against me And finally, my home was broken apart My children took their paths into a world of sin Yes preacher, it's sweet to know that God is real And know that in Him all things are possible And we know that Heaven is a real place Where joy shall never end But sinner friend, if you're here today Satan is real too And hell is a real place A place of everlasting punishment Satan is real, working in spirit You can see him and hear him in this world every day Satan is real, working with power He can tempt you and lead you astray