Amphetamine Annie-Dog
Has her leash and a face
Her velvet spleen
Her shackle spine
Her diamond curse
It comes with mine
A vessel
She for violent I
Confession arms awake
Mine, mine, you were always mine
Possessed by my taste
And below the angel dog
Combs her hair, and sings her psalms
The bombs go off 
She doesn't notice
It all goes wrong
She sets things tragic
She is venus
She is mars
She's electric
And the struggle of
Upon her face we leave no trace
But in her stomach mercury aged
She holds the blood
She carves the knives
She digs the wires in our babies
Amphetamine Annie-Dog
Pulls her trash
And her stories
From place to place
And bed to bed
Gives of herself
And the magnet head
Another floor, another ceiling
Counting stars with double meanings
Is is wrong to be swallowed whole
To disappear in her
To give to her the priceless peace
Of giving up control
We tumble out into the streets
And Annie-Dog she drags her leash
Pretty face
Ugly mouth
Bitter bred and so released
And by the no
And in the yes
And Annie goes if you couldn't guess
A simple man
A sycophant
Her elephant with the laughing cough
She wants clean sheets
And fresh flowers
Her dental shots
And the hong kong glue
Amphetamine Annie-Dog
Has her leash and a face
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February 1997
Written by:
Billy Corgan
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Other Info:
Drums by former touring drummer, Matt Walker. In an interview with the Chicago Sun Times, Billy said
the breakthrough song for writing lyrics was "Annie Dog". He went on to say, " If you read the lyrics,
 it's sort of like how it comes out on the page. It's hard to explain. I can't even remember how I
 used to write lyrics. It's sort of like I used to sit down and say, "Now I've got to write lyrics."

 "Annie-Dog" was one of the first songs where I just sort of wrote a bunch of stuff about this
 archetype of a woman who [makes love] for power."
Song Secrets:
 dUP You can hear a shaking noise along w/ the piano all throughout the song.