I must have listened to the song The Devil Went Down to Georgia a hundred times. If you’re not familiar with the tune, it essentially tells the story of a boy named Johnny who is challenged by the devil to a battle of fiddle-playing. If Johnny wins, he gets the devil's golden fiddle, and if he loses, the devil gets Johnny’s soul. Satan's and Johnny's performances are played as instrumental bridges during the song. No matter how many times I hear this song, I am unable to determine why Johnny beats Satan. They both sound pretty damn good to me.
You’d think that Charlie Daniels might have made the decision a little clearer cut.