Eat Your Dog (from How Could Hell Be Any Worse?) | Discography | The Bad Religion Page - Since 1995
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Eat Your Dog
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Written by: Greg Graffin
Released in: 1982
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Weak and sick, dying in the sand, no such thing as a promised land.
Don't lose faith in a better life--reincarnation, poor excuse.
You're dying you asshole, your religion can't help you now.
Dying and starving in the fields you used to plow.
Rotting bones in your barren fields.
Worshipped creature's supposed to heal.
He won't save you and he won't save me.
See what you want to see.
Hindu religion in the mind of a working Joe,
Starving and dying in the fields you used to know.
You're tied and bound to a god's useless advice.
Bloated stomachs from aching diseases hold back the fight.
In the end you'll return once more to die again.
Go on till you can't no more in non-eternal sin.

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Versions
Version Length Release Catalog ID Country Format Year
Album version
How Could Hell Be Any Worse? E-86407-1 // JBGPN0JZ United States 12" 2010
How Could Hell Be Any Worse? E-86407-1 United States 12" 2009
How Could Hell Be Any Worse? E-86407-1 United States 12" 2009
1:06 80-85 1309083-1 Brazil CD 1997
1:06 80-85 E-6407-2 Europe CD 1997
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Remastered
How Could Hell Be Any Worse? EICP-369 Japan CD 2004
How Could Hell Be Any Worse? EICP-369 Japan CD 2004
How Could Hell Be Any Worse? 99998-2 United States CD 2004
How Could Hell Be Any Worse? 86700 2 United States CD 2004
How Could Hell Be Any Worse? Indonesia CD 2004
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dude
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Jesus Christ is dead now
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