"I Want to Be Your Dog (The Stooges cover)" as written by and Scott Asheton James Osterberg....
So messed up, I want you here
In my room, I want you here
Now we're gonna be face to face
And I lay right down in my favorite place
And now I want to be your dog
And now I want to be your dog
And now I want to be your dog
Well, come on
And now I'm ready to close my eyes
And now I'm ready to close my mind
And now I'm ready to feel your hand
And lose my heart on the burning sand
And now I want to be your dog
And now I'm gonna be your dog
And now I want to be your dog
Well, come on


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"I Want to Be Your Dog" as written by James Osterberg David Alexander

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    General CommentHe's actually saying "I wanna be your god" on the last verse. It seems odd at first thought that a Stooges song would work well as an acoustic version, but it's not really that different from the original anyway. I didn't like the different riff between the last "I wanna be your dog" and "Well come on" at first, but it's grown on me.
    The Hammeredon June 23, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis is actually a stooges cover, but its a damn good cover.
    Proddieon April 15, 2004   Link

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