Hëll Bëll - Praying For A Good Fukk. Demo II 2009 download mp3 album
Album Name Praying for a Good Fukk. Data de lançamento Novembro 2009. Labels Thorn Laceration Records. Estilo de MúsicaThrash Black. Membros têm este álbum1. 2. Breaking Some Bones. 4. Too Fast for Drunk.
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Hell's bells Yeah, hell's bells You got me ringing Hell's bells My temperature's high Hell's bells. I'll give you black sensations up and down your spine If you're into evil, you're a friend of mine See my white light flashing as I split the night 'Cause if good's on the left, then I'm sticking to the right. This is the first track and second single from the album Back In Black. The song was written to commemorate the death of AC/DC’s former lead singer, Bon Scott. The bell heard throughout the song was created by John Taylor Bellfounders in Loughborough from 2,000-pounds of cast bronze.
Are you praying for a breakthrough? Don’t lose heart. Intense opposition almost always precedes a breakthrough. Daniel 10:12–14 gives us a brief glimpse of what’s happening. Daniel had been praying and partially fasting for 21 days to gain greater insight into the revelations he had received (Daniel 10:3) when an angelic being finally showed up with an answer to his prayers. This messenger said that he had been trying to get to Daniel for those 21 days, but had been detained by the prince of the kingdom of Persia
The road to hell is paved with good intentions is a proverb or aphorism. An alternative form is "Hell is full of good meanings, but heaven is full of good works". The saying is thought to have originated with Saint Bernard of Clairvaux who wrote (c. 1150), "L'enfer est plein de bonnes volontés ou désirs" (hell is full of good wishes or desires). An earlier saying occurs in Virgil's Aeneid: "facilis descensus Averno (the descent to hell is easy)".
|2||Breaking Some Bones|
|4||Too Fast For Drunk|
|6||Leather Strikes Back|
|7||Back to the Grind|