See me ride across the country with my shotty ridin' shotgun
Got slimmys on my jimmy with magnums rockin' platinum
Wig's dig this, the fuckin' police know I see 'em
So I'm headin' up to Reno like a geo and I'll great 'em
Free my mind of lifes inconsistencies
You got a lot but yo you can't get these
Free my mind of lifes inconsistencies
I had enough and you can swing on these

'Cause I'm a dog baby
See me ride across the country
I'ma dog bitch
Big suitcase full of money
I'm a dog mamma
And I'm rollin' El Camino
I'm a D-D-D dog

Drop top continental with a suicide see me ride
You by my side big girl, yo we will never die
I'll be your Hollywood eyes and send you swingin' baby
Bring it home to pappa and Rock gonna make it jingle baby
It's a God damn shame people they look at me
But I know in the end you givea fuck about me
And that's the reason I spit fire
That's the reason I'ma set your ass on fire, fire
I shoulda never left the bottle
And if they want the truth then tell them bitches i shot 'em

I'm a dog baby
See me ride across the country
I'm a dog bitch
Big suitcase full of money
I'm a dog mamma
And I'm rollin' El Camino
I'm a D-D-D dog
Yeah

Yeah...can ya, can ya, can ya feel it now?
Freedom or death, nothin' left to do but fill it up
Triple X eyes of lust and you need to give it up
Live it up sucker cause they're sayin' my days are numbered
Who wants to live long anyway
I'm goin' out with a blast
Gettin' some ass, smokin' grass, leavin' all my cash for my little boy
You wouldn't understand, you don't know where I come from
hey yeah yeah

'Cause I'm a dog baby
See me ride across the country
I'm a dog bitch
Big suitcase full of money
I'm a dog mamma
And I'm rollin' El Camino
I'm a D-D-D dog
I'm a dog baby
I'm a dog baby
I'm a dog baby


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    Great fun song of Kid Rock.. Telling all the bitches, he is a dog .. !!!

    letitrockon October 18, 2004   Link
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    i think this song is cool, i mean its just cool no other way to describe it

    Neruon July 26, 2005   Link
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    this song kicks ass

    Its me Its DDPon November 12, 2005   Link

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