• This song was inspired by the film The Wizard of Oz. In the live version, they include the lines, "I'll get you my pretty, and your little dog too" at the beginning. This lyric does not appear in the album version. >>
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    Megan - Bucks, England

Comments: 5

  • Blake from Knoxville TnKyle, bro, they meant that in the live version they recorded the wicked witch’s actual line , “I’ll get you, my pretty, and your little dog, too.” In contrast you the album version when he says “cause I’m gonna get you...”
  • Nicole from Okemah OkI love this song! And he can totally have me and my little dog too anytime anyday!
  • Kyle from Memphis, TnI was listening to the Album Version, and I did in fact hear the Line "'Cause I'm gonna Get you, and your little dog too!"
  • Peter from Newmarket, Onthis is a great song! b.b. is a great band!
  • Sarah from La, Ca♥♥ I LOVE THIS SONG!!!!! ♥♥
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