There's a dog loose in the wood.

Dogfish Rising.
It's good for gnawing.
Right wing Interlude.
In the 1990's ?

Thats got a nice groove to it there.

I saw an old man.
Windmills like two.
Something in my left.
Screaming sphincter muscles.
Postniff scruchies?

Dogfish Rising..
Burn em' for their nipples.
another rubber Rolex.
So skinny hard nose.

Who wrote these...lyrics?

Battery powered yard tool.
Black and Decker dildos
Fully powered pocket head
Pop rivet pool palls
God smokes to me!!

Dogfish rising.
Blistered cabbage.
Poor fish toenail
Dirt face cripples


Lactate freely
Back foot bungdom
Red knot protection!
Back up, fuck your head!

Dogfish risin'...
Cryptic kleptic art
Pinpoint penis pod
Quarter inch of...fat

What are you laughing at?


Grip grope squeegie
Grip cookie crisp cook finger
Ugg rod stickwid
Corned beef cookers

F-F-F-Fuck it, that dogfish is dead.
I'm the hell out of here guys
See you later, have a good life
Don't even bother cleaning, fuck this

It pours the lotion on its skin.
Purs the lotion on thy skin!
(Limp dick slickrod)
Pour the god damn lotion!

(Couldn't you guys have afforded to record this in a real studio?)
Yes Mr Burns?
(Extra supreme gets me going special!)
Bring me this band!
.. gets me college special
(the biscuits are at bimbles tonight...)
Lynrd Skynrd!
Lefty fuzzy nuts-bye.

Lyrics submitted by lemonie_fresh, edited by BrEnNo1023, DaveJ123

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  • +1
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    this is a cool song, I dont think it means shit... but its funny as hell

    allenmiller247on August 19, 2002   Link
  • +1
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    but I wanna know how stoned whoever wrote this was

    allenmiller247on August 19, 2002   Link
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    its actually called dogfish rising, and its the hidden track on mate. feed. kill. repeat. i know how it was made and shit but i cant actually remember right now and cant be bothered to go and look it up in my knot biography book. also, i cant remember if this is the right song, theres a bit where anders is screaming, and its him having this really sticky recording tape (he stuck it on his face every knot show for a mask) being ripped extremely painfully (this was the only way to get it off) off his face by shawn. oh shawn, when will u learn ;)

    Maggoton August 29, 2002   Link
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    This song was just a whole buch of people saying stupid shit. there's samples from books(ie watership down), tv shows (ie simpsons), people just saying whatever. It's just incoherent babble that sounds really fucking cool, and catchy as hell. Whatever Judd said is either something funny or complete idiocy seeing as the song doesn't have any real meaning. Dogfish Rising!

    Gryphonon January 07, 2005   Link
  • +1
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    Yeah, Gryphon, it was just recorded by passing the mic around in the studio.

    quiffpornon January 08, 2005   Link
  • +1
    General Comment

    Omfg..... This song has no meaning. Why would samples of the Simpsons have to do anything with a story plot? This whole song is semi interesting to listen to but obviously has no meaning.

    Equator Guitarist 1on December 31, 2005   Link
  • +1
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    they were just passing the mic. around the studio when they were recording it.... look on

    SlipKnot538on July 10, 2006   Link
  • +1
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    i found out that this was a hidden joke trackthat was recorded with a few band members.its mainly composed of samples.

    demon777on January 19, 2007   Link
  • +1
    General Comment

    Let me tell you guys what it means....... Absultly NOTHING! It was just ment to be a strange song.

    74261700027on August 06, 2008   Link
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    General Comment

    This song isnt about anything, when they were recording this song up tp 20 people were in the studio and they all said turns saying random lines. Pretty funny stuff. If you guys want dead-right facts, go to

    ilovealienzon June 22, 2010   Link

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