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It was a warm summers night when the dogs and the cats started a fight

it sad when the dogs eat the cats
they howl, they meow, they beg for someway out
the dogs prepare the requiem for the dogs
da da da
the cats prepare the requiem for the cats
da da da

there was a cat that lived just down the road
and i think its only protector was this big fat ugly toad

the dogs had a meeting and they decided that wasnt right
so they went of down the road lookin for a fight

and when they found the cats they tipped there hats and said
"Got Ya"

its sad when the dogs eat the cats
they howl, they meow, they beg for someway out
the dogs prepare the requiem for the dogs
da da da
the cats prepare the requiem for the dogs
da da da
the cats where tired of being bullied by the dogs
so instead of the big ugly toad
they got a bunch of frogs

its sad when the dogs eat the cats
they howl, they meow, they beg for someway out
the dogs prepare the requiem for the cats
da da da
the cats prepare the requiem for the dogs
da da da

It was a cold winter night when the dogs nad hte cats started a fight


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    General CommentTHIS SONG IS SOOO FREAKIN AWESOME!!! OH YA!! AND OMG ITS JUST AWESOME LOL I LOVE IT TO DEATH MEGAN AND ASHELY ARE THA COOLEST!! YAYA!!!
    meg 2231on May 01, 2002   Link
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    General CommentSo where and when did you come up w/that! I want it. Here is my e-mail address, send it me. Wait I cant do that. Well keep it up and make a record!! Oh I LUV YOU GIRLS!!!!!! Yes
    i_love_josh6on May 01, 2002   Link
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    General CommentNOT A GIRLBAND SONG
    Balkion May 24, 2002   Link
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    General Commentdude if these aren't girlband songs then WHY are you putting them under Girlband? i mean come on! but yeah these are some cool lyrics anyway!
    stupid hilaryon June 04, 2002   Link

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