Wolf Gang we ain't barking, nah
A play on the saying “biting not barking” (taking action not just talking). I’d take this seriously, considering the numerous amount of illegal acts committed in this song:
- Underage drinking
- Possession of a deadly weapon
- Assault (more specifically, dismemberment)
Also, Wolves tend to howl rather than bark, so the Wolf Gang would indeed, not be barking.
This also ties into the end of the last line when he says, “toss one in your apartment dog.”
The last word of this line “nah” is in itself a double entendre. Literally Earl is saying “no, we ain’t barking”, but when he pronounces “nah”, which sounds identical to “gnaw” which means to chew which relates back to the first part of the line saying “we ain’t barking” but hinting that they’re biting or gnawing in addition. (Also a reference to FLOG GNAW).
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