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(spoken) I challenge to the primary defendant that the reason that I used this is its a precise weapon.

(sung)
I creep around the back door, sneak a little,
peek a little, thumb on the bum middle finger on the ringu rubberneck around watch me watch you gonna tap tippy tap on the money button til you hum/cum

front leaning rest, big hop about-face, she'll
show you the difference 'tween my gun 'n my pistol.

Tuggin on the dinner bell ring-ding-a-ling-dong
Make you smile for a while, would you sing along?

Dinner bell. ring-a-ling-ding come and get it, better eat it up quick, cuz the bitch is
gonna get it.

front leaning rest, big hop about-face, she'll show you the difference 'tween my gun 'n my pistol.

front leaning rest, big hop about-face, she'll show you the difference 'tween my gun 'n my pistol.

Show you the difference 'tween my gun 'n my pistol.


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DoZo song meanings
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  • +2
    General Comment"Dozo" is a Japanese expression used when giving something to someone that basically means "here you go." It can also mean "go ahead."

    The woman in the background says "sugoi!" which is an exclamation that means "wow!" or "great!"

    She also says "itadakimasu," which is an expression used when receiving something, as it is the humble form of the verb "to receive." It is also used before eating a meal, because it is also the humble form of "to eat/drink."

    This fits in with the rest of the lyrics, since it seems to be the man giving and the woman receiving. What exactly is being given and received is open for interpretation.
    takashima_gaijinon December 27, 2007   Link
  • +1
    General CommentVersion 2 starts off with "My role on the team is the secondary penetrator, in the event that an entry is made, then my responsibility is to go through directly behind him"

    Yes this song is heavily about sex, and I don't think he's shooting her, I think she's getting a facial.
    TacticalEliteon February 26, 2009   Link
  • +1
    General CommentYou can hardly hear it, but during the song he says "Jesus!" multiple times. It can be heard very clearly in the live version of DoZo on the Puscifer web site. (puscifer.com)
    KozyKon November 14, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThe cd version starts with (spoken) I challenge to the primary defendant that the reason that I used this is its a precise weapon.
    wutafutaon November 27, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthis gun*
    wutafutaon November 27, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentPretty sure the first verse is wrong...This is what I got

    I creep around the back door, sneak a little,
    peek a little, thumb on the bum middle finger on the ringu rubberneck around watch me watch you gonna tap tippy tap on the money button til you hum/cum
    I almost positive this song is about sex-like most of the album
    MarcoPon November 28, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentHehe, "face, she'll". The spoken words at the beginning of version 3 are "I carry gas and smoke, and also wear a helmet."
    flyindevilon June 18, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentSo do the gun/pistol references and the "bitch's gonna get it" and the gun cocking and firing at the very end of the song mean that he shot her? Because I missed that on about the first 100 listenings and a friend suggested that is actually what the song is about.
    isobelpoeon February 15, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General Commentimo..it is really about sex...got horny with it.lol
    bear_hug20on July 30, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General CommentCould it be "big hop about-facial, show you the difference 'tween my gun 'n my pistol." Sounds to me the song is about just havin' mad sex with a gun in his hand, then after blowin' his load he shoots her. Maynard is a seriously awesome messed up dude, so it wouldn't surprise me. Just my 2 pennies.
    Skitzophrenicalon December 08, 2009   Link

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