D A D D A D Last night I dreamed I went to Hillbilly Hell G D The Devil stepped right up, and he said, "Well G D Bm You looked so countrified, leave your hat and boots outside D A D You won't need 'em, you're in Hillbilly Hell." D A D Well they had a band without a steel guitar G D And not one good ol' girl stood at the bar G D Bm No jukebox and no beer, am I the only redneck here D A D And the parkin' lot, was full of foreign cars.D A D D A D I asked the Devil, just what did I do G D To have to sweat it out, down here with you G D Bm To me it don't seem fair, why can't I be up there D A D With the rest, Marty, Hank, and Patsy too. D A D He said you didn't write, one good ol' gospel song G D And not one little word, about your mom G D Bm And you haven't yet, sing one single duet D A D With Willie Nelson and you know that's wrong. Bm A D Well I woke up to a country station on my radio G D Grabbed a pen and paper and the words began to flow Bm A D I wrote a song called God Bless Mom and ran out to the bus E A Placed a call to Willie, would you like to sing with us. Chorus: D A G D I dreamed I was there in Hillbilly Hell. ?'s [email protected]G D Hillbilly Hell, I'm not feelin' so well A Where did I go wrong, was it somethin' in my song D That put me in this Hillbilly Hell.