Bad Dogs

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"Bad Dogs"
Bad Dogs cover
Single by Ozma
Album Spending Time on the Borderline
Released 2003
Length 3:06
Label Kung Fu Records
Writer(s) Ryen Slegr
Daniel Brummel
Producer(s) Chris Fudurich
Status Officially released
Spending Time on the Borderline track listing
"Come Home Andrea"
(3)
"Bad Dogs"
(4)
"Utsukushii Shibuya"
(5)

"Bad Dogs" is the fourth track and one of two singles from Ozma's third studio album, Spending Time on the Borderline.

Appearances

Overview

According to Ryen Slegr, "Bad Dogs" was partly influenced by the Iraq War and the return of an American presence in the Middle East after the Gulf War, as well as the popularity of the song "Who Let the Dogs Out" by Bahamian group Baha Men.[1]

Music Video

A music video for "Bad Dogs" directed by Nate Weaver was released in 2003

Audio

Lyrics

(Feel the power!)

It's happening all over again
Someone broke the locks and let the dogs out of the pen
Sound the alarms and let the fun begin

You thought my bark was worse than my bite
But this time I won't beat before the start of the fight
Leash is too tight, gonna bite it off

All bad dogs go to doggy hell
All bad cats go to kitty hell

A thousand dogs are loose in the night
You say they're for protection but you use them to fight
Won't see the light till we turn it off

All bad dogs go to doggy hell
All bad cats go to kitty hell
Goodbye, my friends, I wish you well
All bad dogs go to doggy hell

See also

References

  1. Ryen, (ozmasoundings), fan correspondence 2021 https://www.weezerpedia.com/wiki/File:Baddogswar.PNG