"The Dog is Black" as written by James Hosmer Griffith, Pablo Spencer Clements, James Lavelle and Liela Moss....
Hold me down
I need to be tied to the ground
When I get this feeling
I feel it just behind my back
I call it a dog
I call it a dog
The dog is black

The whole town needs us here to get down
When I feel it crawling
I feel it just behind my back
Close me off my right and noble track
Close me off my right and noble track

Will I ever get back?
Will I ever get back?
They don't haunt you, yes
Will I ever get back?
Will I ever get back?
They don't haunt you, oh

Show me
How small steps set me free
When I know you're coming I stand up so I can fight back
I call it a dog
I call it a dog
The dog is black

Steer me through,
I know you're stuck here too
When I feel you coming I stand up so I can attack

Will I ever get back?
Will I ever get back?
They don't haunt you, yes
Will I ever get back?
Will I ever get back?
They don't haunt you, yeah


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"The Dog is Black" as written by James Gabriel Leo Lavelle James Lavelle

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