"Poodle Rockin'" as written by and Euros Childs....
Hold on to that lead they sometimes pull so tight
And there's bad boy Oscar he been up all night
And if oxygen ran out
You know he just won't care
It'll be like throw that stick one more time of there

And we went, woah poodle rockin' baby
Poodle rockin' my mind was a mess
Before you brought happiness
And we went, woah poodle rockin' baby poodle rockin'
You're chasing sticks and stones
Like you just don't care at all

Dear round Alice she been sick outta sight
She's just ate three whole boxes of Turkish Delight
Oh waggy waggy tail and chasing sticks and stones
Those victory laps and sgt pepper tones

And we went, woah poodle rockin' baby
Poodle rockin' my mind was a mess
Before you brought happiness
And we went, woah poodle rockin' baby poodle rockin'
You're chasing sticks and stones
Like you just don't care at all

Ooh aah ooh aah ooh aah ooh aah
Ooh aah ooh aah ooh aah ooh aah
Ooh aah ooh aah ooh aah ooh aah

And we went, woah poodle rockin' baby
Poodle rockin' my mind was a mess
Before you brought happiness
And we went, woah poodle rockin' baby poodle rockin'
You're chasing sticks and stones
Like you just don't care at, you just don't care at all
Oh, like you just don't care
Like you just don't care at all
Oh like you just don't care and you just don't care at all


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"Poodle Rockin'" as written by Euros Childs

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    General Commentthe sgt. peppers reference in the second verse refers to the dog-whistle included on the beatle's classic album 'sgt pepper's lonely hearts club band'. the whistle is of such a high frequency that it can't be heard by humans, only dogs. it makes them go a bit nuts apparently. in a song about poodles rocking out the connection is obvious. paul mccartney:

    "We're sitting around the studio, and one of the engineers starts talking about wavelengths, wave forms and stuff, kilohertz," McCartney recalls. "I still don't understand these things - I'm completely nontechnical. And as for John, he couldn't even change a plug - he really couldn't, you know. The engineers would be explaining to us what all this stuff was. An ultrasonic sound wave - 'a low one, you can kill people with the low ones.' We were all saying, 'Wow, man. Hey, wow.' 'And the high ones,' he said, 'only dogs can hear it.' We said, 'We gotta have it on! There's going to be one dog and his owner, and I'd just love to be there when his ears prick up.'" (see albumvote.co.uk/classic_album/sgt_peppers/…)
    zygoticmyncion July 12, 2002   Link
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    General Commentthe sgt. peppers reference in the second verse refers to the dog-whistle included on the beatle's classic album 'sgt pepper's lonely hearts club band'. the whistle is of such a high frequency that it can't be heard by humans, only dogs. it makes them go a bit nuts apparently. in a song about poodles rocking out the connection is obvious. paul mccartney:

    "We're sitting around the studio, and one of the engineers starts talking about wavelengths, wave forms and stuff, kilohertz," McCartney recalls. "I still don't understand these things - I'm completely nontechnical. And as for John, he couldn't even change a plug - he really couldn't, you know. The engineers would be explaining to us what all this stuff was. An ultrasonic sound wave - 'a low one, you can kill people with the low ones.' We were all saying, 'Wow, man. Hey, wow.' 'And the high ones,' he said, 'only dogs can hear it.' We said, 'We gotta have it on! There's going to be one dog and his owner, and I'd just love to be there when his ears prick up.'" (see albumvote.co.uk/classic_album/sgt_peppers/…)
    zygoticmyncion July 12, 2002   Link

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