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Too many puppies are being shot in the dark
Too many puppies are trained not to bark at the sight of blood that must be spilled so that we may maintain our oil fields
Too many puppies, too many puppies

Too many puppies are taught to heal
Too many puppies are trained to kill
On the command of men wearing money belts that buy mistresses sleek animal pelts
Too many puppies, too many puppies, too many pup-pup-pup-puppies, too many puppies

Pay the keep moral up high?
Was all a-flutter?
Butter?

Too many puppies with guns in their hands
Too many puppies in foreign lands are dressed up sharp in suits of green and placed upon the war machine
Too many puppies are just like me
Too many puppies are afraid to see the visions of the past brought to life again
Too many puppies, too many dead men

El Sobrante number one



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  • b
    b7988269Feb 17, 2012 at 8:57 pm
    The interlude goes
    "peanut sitting on a railroad track
    It's heart was all a flutter
    Around the bend came number 10
    Toot toot... Peanut butter! "
  • Valas
    ValasMar 27, 2009 at 4:08 am
    Song about the Gulf War. Where the "dogs of war" are really just kids dying for other peoples money here in America and other places. Dying for oil it seems.

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