The way you stalk my warehouse steps
You'd think the bricks built themseves up for their own defense
There's something left behind their doors
But you know it's none of yours
And I see the way you walk around your warehouse steps
You keep lookng down and it makes it evident
That there's nothing left behind your doors
And you've used up all your stores
Your watertown is running dry and your irontown is rusty
Your lumbertown is burning and you've lost all your trustees
Better go down on your knees begging for my keys
Down on all fours barking outsite my door
You're in the mud in rubber boots and you wear a long frown
And where you walk that mud will follow you around
And I'll know if you've been here before
So let's just say that you've been warned
Cause you see the way I stalk around my warehouse steps
I turned into a dog for my own defense
And now I'm down on all fours barking to keep you from my door
I'm down on my knees scratching the fleas
Down on all fours barking outside my door
You're down on your knees begging for me keys
Down on all fours barking outside my door
Your watertown and your irontown
And your lumbertown well they're falling down
I'm gonna put that dog down
I'm gonna put you down


Lyrics submitted by foxyurchin

Two Dogs song meanings
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