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 crash test dummies  I'm A Dog" 
 
 
 


F         C                                 G5           Am 
I'm a dog, and I can smell your smell right through your clothes 
F             G                                 C         F 
And I espouse some views that you yourself just might not hold 
C              G                         C 
Sometimes I am given pause to think when 
                   F                   Am 
I consider what we could call the good life 


F             C                      G5      Am 
When it comes to the city versus the country life 
F            G                       C        F 
Well, I must say that I far prefer a farmer's wife 
C                  G5                    C 
Breakfast with the master in the morning 
                    F                           Am 
Feel the breeze and brush against a cow's leg - mmm! 


G                Dm                G          
But it seems the thinkers you call greatest are 
    Dm             Bb              F  
The sort who often fall ill young, or pine away 
        Bb            F                G 
How can they help but drag the species down? 


F                   G                                 C       Am 
There's some debate about whether instincts should be held in check 
F               G                     C    F 
Well, I suppose that I'm a liberal in this respect 
C             Dm                    C 
I can't say I liked Robinson Crusoe 
                               F               Am 
But at least he didn't tie his dogs up at night 


G                Dm                G          
And it seems the thinkers you call greatest are 
    Dm             Bb              F  
The sort who often fall ill young, or pine away 
        Bb            F                G 
How can they help but drag the species down? 

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F                 G5                 C          Am  
How come all your poets fall into despondencies? 
F                      G                      C    F 
And then write it down for us to read every indignity? 
C               Dm                         C 
Not such worthy specimens, these creatures 
               F                            Am  
Hardly fit for what you could call the good life 


G                Dm                G          
And it seems the thinkers you call greatest are 
    Dm             Bb              F  
The sort who often fall ill young, or pine away 
        Bb            F                G 
How can they help but drag the species down? 
    Bb                F                G     F G F G F G 
How can they help but drag the species down
 
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