"Die Like a Dog [Live: London '91]" as written by and Dean/halliday Garcia....
Curled up in a ball
I will take the fall
Curled up when I fall
I will play ball

Hiding inner hope
I am secret oath
I get black and cold
I won't play ball

Peace in a world, free from religion
Peace in a world where everyone gets heaven
Peace in a world, free from religion
Peace in a world where everyone gets heaven

I'd like to say, to say that I'd survive
I'd like to say, to say that I'd survive

Peace in a world, free from religion
Peace in a world where everyone get heaven
Peace in a world, free from religion
Peace in a world where everyone gets heaven

Just try not to die like a dog
End up alone, freezing from the smog
I'm just trying not to die in vain
Then leave my mark, stake my claim

Peace in a world, free from religion
Peace in a world where everyone gets heaven
Peace in a world, free from religion
Peace in a world where everyone gets heaven

Peace in a world, free from religion
Peace in a world where everyone gets heaven
Peace in a world, peace in a world
Peace in a world, free from religion

Listen to my eyes clean
In colorful confessions
I remember mutual aggression
Is all in the body's lips


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"Die Like a Dog" as written by Toni Halliday Dean Garcia

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