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Hell Isn't Good is a song from South Park: Bigger, Longer, and Uncut. It features an unseen singer telling Kenny McCormick that he is going to Hell and why he is going to be with Satan.

The song was performed by the band DVDA, with James Hetfield from the band Metallica providing the vocals.


Little boy at peace, what is this place beyond the stars?
Open up your eyes, what are these things you're moving toward?
Head so full of wonder
Worries in the past
Could it be that you are free at last?

[What?! What the f*ck?!]

Little boy, you're goin' to Hell!
You said bad words, threw rocks at the birds, and now this is your hotel!
You ain't goin' back! This ain't Disneyland, it's Hell!

Little boy, it's time for you to pay
For hurtin' that bird, and not goin' to church, and starin' at boobs every day!
Thought you were in bed, instead you're in Hell!

Hell isn't good, Hell isn't good, Hell!
Hell isn't good, Hell isn't good, Hell!

[German yelling]

[Hey f*ckface, have you seen Gracie?]

[There is orderliness in the universe.]

Hell isn't good, Hell isn't good, Hell!





  • The song is one of three which were sung in the movie but not included on the soundtrack album, the other two being "The Mole's Reprise" and "Wendy's Song".
  • The sequence features some prominent people in Hell, such as George Burns, Mahatma Gandhi, and Adolf Hitler.