Green Hell is a song from 1998's album Garage, Inc. second disc which is also a re-release of Garage Days from the 80s. With the song Last Caress, it forms the fifth track of the disc. It was written by Glenn Danzig, with a length of 2:02.
This song was played live for 791 times, first on February 13, 1987, in Gothenburg (Sweden). A version live of this song appears in the Wherever I May Roam single (recorded on 1991 in Moscow, Russia); in the One Live single (recorded on 1989 in Seattle, WA); and in the Whiskey in the Jar single (recorded on 1998 in New York, NY).
Near the end of the song, the intro for Iron Maiden's "Run to the Hills" can be heard, deliberately out of key.
Here in this place lies the key to your death Touch it, see it Here in this place is the means to your end Touch it, feel it Green hell You did your best as someone could I bet you never knew you would Did you run away from it? I bet you thought you were really good We're gonna burn in hell Green hell green hell Like every hell but kind of green Green hell green hell Try let me get back up there Green hell green hell Feel it burning in your cereal Green hell green hell Throw our fuckin' friends inside Green hell green hell Gotta fucking pay and you must stay Green hell green hell Cannot forget about the best Green hell green hell Hell is reigning in your blood Green hell green hell Gotta burn it all Green hell You did your best as someone could I bet you never knew you would And did you run away from me? I bet you think they were really good Here in this place lies the key to your death Touch it, see it Here in this place sister won't let it in Touch it, feel it Green hell You did your best as someone could I bet you'd never knew you would Did you run away from it? I bet you thought you were really good You've come to this as someone told I bet you'd never knew you would Gonna bring Green hell