"Burning Dog" as written by and Charles Stanton/karges Frazier....
Look around
Help me out
I'm breakin' up
I'm breakin' down

Take him out and leave him on a mission
Take him out and leave him on a shelf
Take him out and leave him on a mission
Take him out and leave him by yourself
All around
In my site
Back to back
Side to side
Side to side

You're going down
Have the time
Have the time
Close my eyes
There's no sound

Take him out and leave him on a mission
Take him out and leave him on a shelf
Take him out and leave him on a mission
Take him out and leave him by yourself
All around
In my site
Back to back
Side to side
Side to side

Lift me up
Help me out
Lost control
Going down

Take him out and leave him on a mission
Take him out and leave him on a shelf
Take him out and leave him on a mission
Take him out and leave him by yourself
All around
In my site
Back to back
Side to side
Side to side
Side to side
Side to side


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"Burning Dog" as written by Craig Bullock Charles Stanton Frazier

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    General CommentOne of the greatest songs on 14:59, because it's old school Sugar Ray (just like New Direction, Aim For Me, and Glory). I think it's about stress. How everything seems to be against you. Kind of like Sugar Ray's own version of Limp Bizkit's "Break Stuff."
    .......on June 06, 2002   Link
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    General Commenti agree... i miss the old sugar ray :`( butt its all good...except for what i've heard of "in the persuit of lesier" (their new album) its pop ... the old rock~~~~lemonade and brownies~~~~~~ the good old days
    miss_punkon June 15, 2003   Link
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    General CommentI don't care about the "old Sugar Ray" vs. the "new Sugar Ray," the "take a man and leave him on a mission..." part really gets on my nerves. This song is decent, but definitely not one of the highlights of 14:59.
    majestikmoose9on April 19, 2006   Link
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    General CommentWhy would it irritate you?
    YourToolToBeUsedon November 13, 2010   Link

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