I wanna fuck a dog in the ass
He wants to fuck a dog in the ass
I wanna fuck a dog
That's right kids

I tried to fuck your mom in the ass
Tried to fuck your dad in the ass
Could only find the dog and his ass

We wanna fuck a dog in the ass
We wanna fuck a dog in the ass
We wanna fuck a dog

I tried to fuck a fuckin' pirate in the ass
Argh me and me first mate you scurvy cur
Tried to fuck a fuckin' pirate, but I found the dog
Ah that was no pirate man, that was thy own sister
It's a Mexican pirate

We wanna fuck a dog in the ass
We wanna fuck a dog in the ass
Wanna fuck a fuckin' dog

Fuck you

Lyrics submitted by globefish23, edited by Mellow_Harsher

Fuck A Dog (hidden track, Yellow) Lyrics as written by Tom Delonge Mark Hoppus

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  • +11
    General Comment
    After careful research, I've concluded that this song is about fucking your dog...in the ass.
    nelsoonnon June 14, 2011   Link
  • +9
    General Comment
    I'm having trouble with this song. Although I'm not sure what the singer is trying to say, I think this song is about a man, stranded with nothing but a bible and a notion that God has abandoned him. In this, he realizes that atonement isn't about being forgiven, or even about getting into heaven, but rather, it's about fixing those things you've hurt or destroyed in your past while here on earth. In realizing this, he finds that he hasn't been abandoned at all. Of course, it could also be about a guy wanting to fuck a dog in the ass.
    BamChugon May 13, 2011   Link
  • +6
    General Comment
    This is one of the most emotionally touching songs of all time. I think I might cry :(
    pretorbenon December 25, 2008   Link
  • +1
    General Comment
    I dunno, I can take this song being a joke but I don't really find it amusing. It's too slapstick for my liking. And the age old 'Green Day vs. blink' arguments suck. Who really gives a shit? At the end of the day just listen to whatever you like, slagging off other bands is useless, you're not going to change anyone's mind. Who gives a fuck who is more 'punk' because I don't think either band would win nor lose in that debate.
    FashionZombieson February 19, 2008   Link
  • +1
    General Comment
    this song actually has a very deep meaning... the dog is society, and... nahh im just fuckin with ya. toms just into bestiality thats all lol
    fuck_the_woundon March 19, 2008   Link
  • +1
    General Comment
    Also, me and my friends drove around campus blasting this song and got the best looks. I'd recommend it. It's also fun to slowly drive up behind joggers and start blasting the song from Rocky when he's in the training montage.
    ASonicYouthon October 06, 2009   Link
  • +1
    General Comment
    You know what's strange, like perverse? I played this song out of my iPhone in front of my dog lol. And the second the lyrics came on, he got a boner and sat down, staring at me. I was like "holy shit!"
    misterchristeron July 29, 2010   Link
  • +1
    General Comment
    This song isn't meant to be taken seriously. It's just for S's&G's. If you listen to live performances, they tend to say a lot of funny, immature things. During a performance of What's My Age Again, after the second verse one of them shouted out "It's the slow, pretty part" you may not see the humor in that, but I do. They were making fun of their own song to get some laughs. After that performance, they had a humorous conversation about dog semen. So give 'em a break if you think they are all sick in the head for this song. I know of two other funny songs by them: The Blow Job Song and When You F***ed Grandpa.
    MangaSkyon March 25, 2013   Link
  • +1
    Song Fact
    I see this song is still as important poetically as it was 13 years ago when I submitted it.
    globefish23on January 30, 2015   Link
  • 0
    General Comment
    go to hell they are fuckin awesome
    jM BlinKer 182on January 06, 2002   Link

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