They let me out of there this morning
This was a kiss-off from a cop
They smashed the pills right up in front of me
When they got me out the pub
Driving through the old West End

Well I was looking at the colors in the city lights
Laughing in the back out of fuckin' delight
Got a fag & I'll give you a light

Hot dogs with everything
Hot dogs with everything

I've been walking around the National Gallery
Wanking on the pictures of St. Sebastian
I've been playing the computer games
Down in the playland where no one can hear you scream

Got a fuck off a little yob
Got a fix off a pick up job
I was down on the ground in a stinking pub
Giving head to a fat old slob
Throwing up with his cock in my gob
Blaaaahh!

Hot dogs with everything
Hot dogs with everything
Fuck you!
We mean it man!

Hung around with some sluts I know
Down St. Martin's School of Art
Took an amp & a couple of blues
& nearly blew my head apart

Dropped my trousers & did the job
In Soho market in the lady's bog
Looking at the colors in the city lights
Green & red in a cold blue light
Got a fag & I'll give you a light
Blaaaahh!

Hot dogs with everything
Hot dogs with everything
Hot dogs with everything
Hot dogs with everything
With everything, with everything, with everything
With everything, with everything, with everything

Fuck you, asshole!
Boring, Sidney!
You wanna die? You'll die!
Cough, cough, cough

Bye bye!


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    General CommentHot Dogs With Everything was the name of Shane McGowan's first band.

    This Sex Pistols homage appears on the soundtrack to the film "Sid & Nancy." It doesn't sound much like a Pogues song at all. But it's a delightfully filthy romp worth looking up - & anyway, the soundtrack also has the (in my opinion) superior version of "Haunted," with Cait O'Riordan vocals.
    vchamberlainon April 09, 2016   Link

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