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Stone Temple Pilots - Plush

And I feel that time's a wasted
Go
So where ya going til tomorrow?
And I se that these are lies to
Come
So Would you even care?

And I feel it
And I feel it

Where ya going for to tomorrow?
Where ya goin' with the mask I
Found?
And I feel, and I feel
When the dogs begin to smell
Her
Will she smell alone?

And I feel, so much depends on
The weather
So is it raining in your bedroom?
And I see, that these are the
Eyes of disarray
Would you even care?

And I feel it
And she feels it

Where ya going for to tomorrow?
Where ya goin' with the mask I
Found?
And I feel, and I feel
When the dogs begin to smell
Her
Will she smell alone?

When the dogs do find her
Got time, time, to wait for
Tomorrow

To find her
To find her

When the dogs do find her
Got time, time, to wait for
Tomorrow

To find her
To find her


Where ya going for to tomorrow?
Where ya goin' with the mask I
Found?
And I feel, and I feel
When the dogs begin to smell
Her
Will she smell alone?

When the dogs do find her
Got time, time, to wait for
Tomorrow

To find her
To find her

When the dogs do find her
Got time, time, to wait for
Tomorrow

To find her
To find her

To find her
To find her

"Plush" is a song by the American rock band Stone Temple Pilots. It is one of the band's biggest hits, and was composed and written by singer Scott Weiland, drummer Eric Kretz and bassist Robert DeLeo for STP's debut album, Core. According to the Plush Songfacts, the lyrics were inspired, in part, by an unfortunate news story in Stone Temple Pilots' hometown of San Diego, California about a missing young woman who was later discovered dead by local law enforcement ("And I feel, when the dogs begin to smell her..."). At a concert in Columbus, Ohio on May 17, 2008, lead singer Scott Weiland said that he and STP drummer Eric Kretz wrote the lyrics in a hot tub after hearing the news story. The song was released in 1993 as Core's second single and became a major rock radio hit in the U.S. "Plush" won in the category of "Best Hard Rock Performance" at the 1994 Grammy Awards. Weiland and STP guitarist Dean DeLeo performed an acoustic version of "Plush" on the MTV show Headbanger's Ball that was also very popular. It was originally only available on a CD single from England for their single, "Creep", but is now featured on the band's "greatest hits" compilation, Thank You, along with the original electric version.

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