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Animals


LYRICS  
Big ol’ dog in the back of that car...Can you tell me just how far he’ll have to hold his water?

The animals we are and the aminals we have cohabitate quite peacefully...you know it means so much to me.


Bite the hand that feeds you. Blind the eye that sees you.


Underneath the dresser...beady little eyes...sheltered from the world. She never says just why it is she hides away
for days without end...won’t come out until when she knows it’s over


Bite the hand that feeds you. Blind the eye that sees you.
Bite the hand that feeds you. Blind the eye that sees you.


Big ol’ dog in the back of that car...Can you tell me just how far he’ll have to hold his water?


STORY BEHIND THE SONG:

One day Matt and I were driving in Plymouth, Indiana. I noticed this vehicle in front of us had a freaking huge dog in the back. I started thinking... I knew I had to go... so maybe the dog did, too, but its stupid human wanted it to go bye-bye. That got me thinking about all the stuff we put our pets through and the neuroses they develope because of it all. One of our cats really does hide under the dresser at the slightest noise.


Matt Pare - bass
Tina Pare - vocals, guitar
Tony Tagliaferri - drums
©2003 plankton



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