"Favorite Dog" as written by Jason Pollock and Jason Ross....
That's my other hand, open and empty
It wants one too I guess
That's my other jaw, swollen and shameless
It talks too much I know
And another singer is born, with every sip I take
Drain away my words, just like my flesh and bone
And they're barking at me, yeah they're working on me
Just like my favorite dog

Geronimo, look out below
I love that rusty water like it was my favorite dog
Geronimo, look out below
I love that rusty water like it was my favorite dog

That's my other head, open and bleeding
It thinks too much I guess
That's my other eye, swollen but fearless
It's seen too much I know
And another singer is killed with every sip I take
Drain away my words, just like my flesh and bone
And they're working on me, yeah they're working one me
Just like my favorite dog


Lyrics submitted by black_cow_of_death

"Favorite Dog" as written by Jason Ross Jason Pollock

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    General CommentAwsome song, I just had to comment because no one else has... yes, off-tracks are good also!
    NeoZiggyon December 20, 2005   Link
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    General Commenti think the rusty water is beer or alchohol of some kind. in the first verse he talks about how the beer helps him as a singer(i dont know how), but in the second he talks about how its starting to ruin him.
    im just guessing, not really sure
    PearlJamRuleson March 27, 2007   Link
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    General Commentthe way it helps him is probably by helping him drain away the sorrows.
    PearlJamRuleson April 16, 2007   Link
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    Song MeaningA "Rusty Water" is whiskey and tonic. It inspires him to write but gets him into trouble because of his big mouth.
    jedidivemasteron August 06, 2013   Link

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