Dog Eat Dog

Album: Kings of the Wild Frontier (1980)
Charted: 4
  • You may not like
    The things we do
    Only idiots
    Ignore the truth

    It's easy to
    Lay down and hide
    Where's the warrior
    Without his pride?

    We're gonna move real good - yeah right
    We're gonna dress so fine - OK
    It's dog eat dog eat dog eat dog
    Leapfrog the dog
    And brush me daddy-O

    It's easy to
    Lay down and hide
    Where's the warrior
    Without his pride?

    You may not like
    The things we say
    What's the difference
    Anyway?

    We're gonna move real good - yeah right
    We're gonna dress so fine - OK
    It's dog eat dog eat dog eat dog
    Leapfrog the dog
    And brush me daddy-O

    It makes me proud
    So proud of you
    I see innocence
    Shining through

    It makes me proud
    So proud of you
    I see innocence
    Shining through

    It makes me proud
    So proud of you
    I see innocence
    Shining through

Comments: 2

  • Don from Sevierville, TnBoth Ted Nugent and AC/DC have recorded different songs with this same title.
  • Joel from Back Of Beyond, AustraliaThis song from Adam & the Ants was featured in the sci-fi film "Doomsday". It may have been used during a chase scene but it's been a while since I have seen the film so I do not really remember.
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