And I feel that time's a ways to go
So where you going 'til tomorrow?
And I see that these are lies to come
So would you even care?

And I feel it
And I feel it

Where you going for tomorrow?
Where you goin' with the mask I found?
And I feel, and I feel
When the dogs begin to smell her
Will she smell alone?

And I feel so much depends on the weather
So is it raining in your bedroom?
And I see that these are the eyes of disarray
Would you even care?

And I feel it
And she feels it

Where you going for tomorrow?
Where you goin' with the mask I found?
And I feel, and I feel
When the dogs begin to smell her
Will she smell alone?

When the dogs do find her
Got time, time to wait for tomorrow
To find it, to find it, to find it
When the dogs do find her
Got time, time to wait for tomorrow
To find it, to find it, to find it

Where you going for tomorrow?
Where you goin' with the mask I found?
And I feel, and I feel
When the dogs begin to smell her
Will she smell alone?

When the dogs do find her
Got time, time to wait for tomorrow
To find it, to find it, to find it
When the dogs do find her
Got time, time to wait for tomorrow
To find it, to find it, to find it

To find it
To find it
To find it


Lyrics submitted by dsfire, edited by AshStrat

Plush Lyrics as written by Robert De Leo Dean De Leo

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    General Commenti agree mostly with stonetemplechick among others who say the song is about learning to live with someone. but i have a notion that it can go a step further. i think this song is about a couple with a woman who is particularly harsh when she menstruates (for a more blatant example see Chevelle - The Red). now it is a common urban legend/wives tale/whatever that dogs are particularly attracted to women during their periods. the guy loves her and he devises a way to keep the relationship going: when he has something bad or disappointing he needs to tell her, he will do it. unless of course, "the dogs do smell her". in that case, hes "got time to wait til tomorrow"

    raining in the bedroom is a nice way of saying "sex turmoil", and the eyes of disarray are an obvious effect. got time to wait til tomorrow.

    weiland is a poet.
    sergeantlibidoon April 27, 2003   Link

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