"Let the Dogs Go (Dogs Dub)" as written by and Bradley James Nowell....
I swear sometimes you're taking me for granted
I swear sometime you're a whore
I swear but I know there ain't no reason
'Cause everything is such a bore

At night I had a dream, though it made me sick
Saw you in your bedroom sucking someone else's dick, (my goodness!)
My friends all laughed, said it was my fault
Said it's time that it happened to me
But I know that the show was much more than a blow
So I'm waiting for the tide to get low
Waiting for the tide to get low

(I said, fuck that, motherfucker, you bitin' it. Shit!)

If I was an ant crawling upon the wall
Tell me, baby, would it make no difference at all?
If I was a roach on a tree
Tell me would you smoke me?

Bright lights put me in a trance
But it ain't house music, makes me want to dance (word)
I don't gamble, but I bet
I'm gonna die if I don't get a cigarette
Hold just because I always play the mack
Put the monkey on my back


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"Let's Go Get Stoned" as written by Bradley James Nowell

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    General CommentFinally, this song got on here. It doesn't have any profound meaning, but it is a sick bass line and a really rare bootleg of Sublime's. When I first heard this, I was like, "Wow, this is an awesome groovy dub tune!" Bradley is a little hard to understand in some parts, but his amazing voice still makes the song shine. I'm glad someone figured out the lyrics, because there was no way I could understand everything he was saying, but the overall sound of this song, with the bass, drums, and guitar make it one of my favorite Sublime dubs/freestyles.
    komickazeon October 12, 2012   Link

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