"Names For Dogs" as written by Patrick Carrie and Robert Maclean....
I don't bother about many things
I don't strongly about issues
I don't notice when people kind of walk on me
'Cause I don't pay too much attention

I'm just like my father was
Dad, he's like his father was
Mom, she's like her mother was
That's the way it is

Everything's always coming around again
Just like music is, like fashion
I don't know what my generation is
Or what have we created for our children

We've just made a lot of smog
And names for dogs
We shouldn't be proud to pass along

I'm just like my father was
Dad, he's like his father was
Mom, she's like her mother was
And that's the way it is

You'd think we'd learn from all our past generation's art
But we just like to play the part
No, kids don't care about their father's art
But we're all kind of like our fathers were

Dad, he's like his father was
Mom, she's like her mother was
That's the way it is, that's the way is




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"Names for Dogs" as written by Robert Maclean Patrick Carrie

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    General Commentits saying no one really fixes problems, we just pass it along. each genoration likes to play the part of their parents, without realizing that that is how every genoration has acted.
    great song, first one to really jump at me from that album
    ShamOnon March 09, 2009   Link

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