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What would you say if I left this town tomorrow?
I guess I want, but I know I'll miss the train
I know I would
I'll take a dog's life
just lying in the sun
I'll take a dog's life
'couse I don't care for this one
chasing trains and plains and rain
where is my rain falling down?
upon a thirsty world
I never want to be the same
another time, I might have fit in allright
but not this time, I guess I'm just too soon
to change my town
I'll take a dog's life
just lying in the sun
I'll take a dog's life
'couse I don't care for this one
chasing trains and plains and rain
where is my rain falling down?
upon a thirsty world
I never want to be the same
I'll take a dog's life
just lying in the sun
I'll take a dog's life
'couse I don't care for this one
'couse I don't care for this one
dog's life
dog's life
na na na



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