Godhopping

Dogs Die in Hot Cars

About Godhopping

"Godhopping" is a pop rock song performed by British band Dogs Die in Hot Cars, released as the first single from their debut album, Please Describe Yourself and their second single overall. Written by lead singer and guitarist Craig Macintosh, and produced by Clive Langer and Alan Winstanley, the song was released on 25 May 2004 in the United Kingdom, with a worldwide release following. "Godhopping" reached number 24 on the UK Singles Chart. The song is driven by two very special and heavily syncopated piano riffs that seem to move fast against one another; lyrically, it is about people who change their religion according to what is fashionable.  


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2005
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I've found so many people like to smile a lot
Smile a lot 'cause they're having so much fun
Even when they know they're not

They'll wear some tiny little hat and they'll feel good
They'll feel good 'cause their hat is silly
And silly means that their time is good

I've learnt that indecision only brings no joy,
So much joy to a fickle little world
That every night i do TV, film myself CCTV
And there's panic on the street when it's not around

So we go to
All the traffic and children
Live far away
On the back of a big bus all the way to Bombay
When they go I am with them
But it won't be long
Godhopping for good times
When everything starts to go wrong

Powder cake they wear their makeup veils
Veils that hide them underneath such sweaty perfume smells

High-healed they are always looking down
Down their confidence is struggling hard to get around

I've learnt that indecision only brings no joy,
So much joy to a fickle little world
That every night i do TV, film myself CCTV
And there's panic on the street when it's not around

So we go to
All the traffic and children
Live far away
On the back of a big bus all the way to Bombay
When they go I am with them
But it won't be long
Godhopping for good times
When everything starts to go wrong

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Dogs Die in Hot Cars

Dogs Die in Hot Cars is a Scottish band from St. Andrews consisting of members Craig Macintosh (vocals, guitar), Gary Smith (vocals, guitar) Ruth Quigley (vocals, keyboards, French horn), Lee Worrall (bass and glockenspiel) and Laurence Davey (drums and percussion). more »

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Written by: Craig Macintosh

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