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And I feel that time's a wasted
Go
So where ya going til tomorrow?
And I se that these are lies to
Come
So Would you even care?

And I feel it
And I feel it

Where ya going for to tomorrow?
Where ya goin' with the mask I
Found?
And I feel, and I feel
When the dogs begin to smell
Her
Will she smell alone?

And I feel, so much depends on
The weather
So is it raining in your bedroom?
And I see, that these are the
Eyes of disarray
Would you even care?

And I feel it
And she feels it

Where ya going for to tomorrow?
Where ya goin' with the mask I
Found?
And I feel, and I feel
When the dogs begin to smell
Her
Will she smell alone?

When the dogs do find her
Got time, time, to wait for
Tomorrow

To find her
To find her

When the dogs do find her
Got time, time, to wait for
Tomorrow

To find her
To find her


Where ya going for to tomorrow?
Where ya goin' with the mask I
Found?
And I feel, and I feel
When the dogs begin to smell
Her
Will she smell alone?

When the dogs do find her
Got time, time, to wait for
Tomorrow

To find her
To find her

When the dogs do find her
Got time, time, to wait for
Tomorrow

To find her
To find her

To find her
To find her



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    shalomApr 7, 2008 at 3:05 pm
    This song to me has always seemed to indicated an abduction of a child, a girl. I think the song is written from a man's point of view, a man who has seen in a vision what has happened, and is trying to explain this to the police, but is getting ignored. He is stating that time is a wasted go, meaning, that waiting to find the girl alive is pointless, as she is about to die if the police don't listen. He has discovered a mask, that the abductor used, but the police only care about the obvious evidence, rather than this man's vision. He goes on to say when the dogs they find her, got time to wait till tomorrow, to find it (the murder weapon). Will she smell alone, meaning, will there be other girls they will find along with her, as well, dead. The pain the man expresses is that by the time she is found, the police will have plenty of time... it will already be too late.
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    UnregisteredMay 6, 2012 at 12:08 am
    Its a metaphor about a dead girl, like when he says, when the dogs begin to smell her, like when police dogs smell a victim, and to find her.
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    UnregisteredSep 16, 2011 at 5:45 pm
    I think the song is written from a fathers perspective about a girl growing up, starting to wear makeup "where ya going with that mask I found" and the boys beginning to notice her 'When the dogs begin to smell her" and if she will notice them "will she smell alone" then waiting for relations with them " when the dogs do find her Got time, time to wait for tomorrow to find it"
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    MoqueadoApr 15, 2011 at 1:49 am
    A perfect song. It remember my teenage years, listen radio all nights, when grunge play evrey day and every hour. Happy time!
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    bildoApr 25, 2009 at 7:42 pm
    The song's chord structure was inspired by DeLeo's love of ragtime music, and its lyrics were loosely based on a newspaper article Weiland had read about a who had been found in an area outside of San Diego. Weiland has also said that the song's lyrics are a metaphor for a failed relationship.

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