"Teenage Dogs in Trouble" as written by and Mccaughey....
Narrator: What's that? Not enough action you say? Listen.

They're getting bolder every day
They got numbers on their side
They don't need a society
They never even tried
Have no fear is the fear that's best
One gets kicked and so do the rest
Sharp enough to burst any bubble
They don't care they're just
Teenage Dogs in Trouble

Some of them came up from the pound
Saved only by the will to survive
Most of them sit on the street
Sometimes more dead than alive
Have no fear is the fear that's best
One mutt strikes and so do the rest
Victim found face down in a puddle
Signed sincerely
Teenage Dogs in Trouble

*scream*

In the shadowed caves of the metropolis where only fools go
There's a rabid rainy apocalypse beneath the fractured lunar glow
Scared and lonely but not alone
Can barely remember where once was a home

Used and confused drawn trough the dragnet
Trapped in an alley hair like a magnet
Gleaming eyes and a snarl from the rebel
You're face to face with
Teenage Dogs in Trouble



Lyrics submitted by JohnnyLurg

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