I was just sitting here
Thinking how you consoled me oh yeah when I was pissed
and now you know how i'd like to see you run to me
whoa and then they took you a long long way away from me
oh and now i'm blind oh but you know I can see yeah
a bit better than I could before
before G-O-D decided to go away
ah la la la

I said G-O-D where did you
oh where did you do
oh where did you do

I said G-O-D where did you
oh where did you do
oh where did you do

and that's why I can't buy dog food for you no more
no more
no more


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    This is a song about losing God/your dog....Im not kidding! There is also a Wooh D O G version.

    Kind of similar to "Lou Dog went to the Moon" by Sublime that was a cover of "Lassie went to the moon" by Camper Van Beethoven.

    This is a rare Blind Melon song, but rare doesnt mean the same thing it did before the internet, so it can still be found.

    Bellyfull of Swanson January 14, 2005   Link
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    This song is actually about Shannon Hoon's dog Wooh (pronouced whoa) who he stole from a pet shop by hiding him under his coat. Wooh died after swallowing a needle and is buried under the big Hollywood sign in California. Shannon wrote this song for Wooh just after he died, I find it very sad and moving. I think he is asking God why he took his god away (god is also dog spelt backwards). Its no more complicated than that xxx

    moonravenon September 12, 2005   Link
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    Love this song, definitely know what shannon is feeling. You have a pet, and it's the only thing that may provide unconditional love and comfort. Then it taken away abruptly. And then when you think your over it, something as small as going to buy dog food reminds you that you can't, you don't have the dog and the realization hits you like a ton of bricks. It's an empty feeling right in your chest. And you're just like "Oh, yea, I can't. It's not there anymore."

    ADEMEO86on November 30, 2007   Link

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