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Mark Hoppus Drops Charity Track

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Blink-182 rocker Mark Hoppus has revealed his new single "Not Every Dog Goes to Heaven." The track is being released as fundraiser for Hurricane Harvey relief and all proceeds will go to the American Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) for dogs affected by Hurricane Harvey.

"All I wanted was a happy family/ Then you peed on the picnic basket/ Ultimate cock-block," Hoppus sings to the film's ill-fated pup, Dinky. "Albatross from our cousin Eddie/ Tied you up to the car behind me/ You could not keep up."

The track will appear on a charity album called Dog Songs, organized by musician Allie Goertz:

"I became friends with Allie Goertz on Twitter awhile ago, and she reached out about writing a song dedicated to a dog from a movie or TV show, to benefit the ASPCA via a compilation album," Hoppus explained in a statement about the LP. "As a dog lover, I was honored to be asked. I wanted to write an anti-tribute to Dinky, the total bummer of a dog from Vacation, one of my favorite films of all time."

by RTT Staff Writer

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