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Enema of the State

blink-182

1999

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Enema of the State

blink-182

Released: 01/06/1999

Genre: Rock

℗ 2016 Geffen Records



  • 2:23
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    Dumpweed

  • 2:23
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    Don't Leave Me

  • 3:13
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    Aliens Exist

  • 2:59
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    Going Away to College

  • 2:28
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    What's My Age Again?

  • 2:45
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    Dysentery Gary

  • 4:09
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    Adam's Song

  • 2:47
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    All the Small Things

  • 2:18
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    The Party Song

  • 3:23
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    Mutt

  • 2:50
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    Wendy Clear

  • 3:38
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    Anthem

12 songs, 35:16 total time, 78.35 MB

Song lyrics

[Verse 1: Tom DeLonge]
It's understood, I said it many ways
Too scared to run, I'm too scared to stay
I said I'd leave, but I could never leave her
And if I did, you know I'd never cheat her
But this I ask, it's what I want to know...

Dumpweed

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[Verse 1: Tom DeLonge]
It's understood, I said it many ways
Too scared to run, I'm too scared to stay
I said I'd leave, but I could never leave her
And if I did, you know I'd never cheat her
But this I ask, it's what I want to know
How would you feel if I should choose to go?
Another guy, you think it'd be unlikely
Another guy, you think he'd wanna fight me

[Chorus: Tom DeLonge]
She's a dove, she's a fuckin' nightmare
Unpredictable, it's my mistake to stay here
On the go and it's way too late to play
I need a girl that I can train

[Verse 2: Tom DeLonge]
I heard it once, I'm sure I heard it twice
My dad used to give me all of his advice
He would say you've got to turn your back and run now
Come on, son, you haven't got a chance now

[Chorus: Tom DeLonge]
She's a dove, she's a fuckin' nightmare
Unpredictable, it's my mistake to stay here
On the go and it's way too late to play
I need a girl that I can train
She's a dove, she's a fuckin' nightmare
Unpredictable, it's my mistake to stay here
On the go and it's way too late to play
I need a girl that I can train

[Outro: Tom DeLonge]
Need a girl that I can train
Need a girl that I can train
Turn your back and run now
You haven't got a chance now
Need a girl that I can train
Need a girl that I can train
Turn your back and run now
You haven't got a chance now
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"Dumpweed" Track Info



The first track off Enema of the State, “Dumpweed” is a classic song about staying in a relationship because you're too afraid of what will happen if you're on your own without this person.




  • What have the artists said about the song?

    In a program for one of Blink's tours around the time of Enema's release, Tom left a brief annotation for each track. For “Dumpweed”:

    That's all about wishing you had a girl you could train. I remember writing the song thinking about my dog. You can train the dog to sit, to be quiet, to be a good dog. But you can't teach a girl to do anything. So I thought that'd be cool to write a song about…If only you had a girl that you could train like a dog, that'd be cool because then she could never make you mad, and she would never be a woman. And women are just a whole different species. So that song was written [like] ‘As if…'