Gotta Feed My Dog was one of the last tracks we wrote for Into the Blue on a clear, starry night in Southern Utah. It feels like a walk in the mountains to me, with your best (canine) friend, shedding the thoughts of the day. Or a tipsy walk home from the pub, reeling from life's vexations with your trusty dog at your side.
The star of the video is my now adopted foster Puggle who was one of 19 dogs we fostered whilst making the album in 2020-2021.
It's track #6 on Into the Blue, and if you haven't already, we'd love you to pick up a copy of the album on CD, VINYL or DOWNLOAD. We got the first delivery of the record this week, so we're busy with our partners sending them out & so happy that they are on their way to you. Links below, we send our love. Adoptdontshop all the way & give your pets a cuddle from us today X
Gotta Feed My Dog (featuring Puggle) #adoptdontshop
This is missing fire the rain and that smoky haze
Where you from? the dawn has come, this is the wall to lean on
I slept heavy on a floorboard
static but alright
oh where you from
I’m on the run
Yeah, I gotta feed my dog.
Dip my fingers in the trees blood
thank him for it and bound ahead
Do you look good?
I’ve gone and done thinking back again
Something’s gotta come when the tears live this way
Oh where you from?
Fading, falling, fly the plane.
Walk me home
Soft, sad rain walk me home
I want to breathe in every cold droplet that’s lonely from its cloud
Sink beneath the mountains miles across the sky
And I make it for myself, I will find you being blown like snow cos nothing settles this far away from home
When you’re stepping back I will find you when you’re stepping back.
Every second growing closer do you have anyone in mind?
Every second growing closer do you think back sometimes?
Cross the road lonely deer
I fade to see you safe I’m on the run, yeah I gotta feed my dog.
I want to breathe in every cold droplet that’s lonely from its cloud and sink beneath the mountains miles across the sky
I make it for myself, I will find you being blown like snow cos nothing settles this far away from home
When you’re stepping back I will find you.