I Wanna Be Your Dog

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  • So messed up, I want you here
    In my room, I want you here
    Now we're gonna be face-to-face
    And I'll lay right down in my favorite place

    And now I want to be your dog
    Now I want to be your dog
    Now I want to be your dog
    Well, come on

    Now I'm ready to close my eyes
    And now I'm ready to close my mind
    And now I'm ready to feel your hand
    And lose my heart on the burning sands

    And now I want to be your dog
    And now I wanna be your dog
    Now I want to be your dog
    Publisher: Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC
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Comments: 5

  • Carli from Phoenix, AzUsed during the lesbian scene in the movie "The Runaways"
  • James from Dublin, IrelandQuality song. needs more comments though.
  • Tyler from Soldier City - Stc, FlGG Allin also does a cover of it, they speed it up a little and add f--k in a few places. it's awesome. He also does a killer cover of Bo Diddley's Pills.
  • Ringo from Bordeaux, Francethe sex pistols don't covered this song, but sid vicious do.
  • Such from Omaha, Nefitting cover. there are maybe a handful of bands that would deserve to cover iggy. cheers
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