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102_Dalmatians_-_Digga_Digga_Dog

102 Dalmatians - Digga Digga Dog

"Digga Digga Dog" is a song that is performed during the opening and closing credits of 102 Dalmatians, performed by Oren Waters. The song is known to contain samples from George Clinton's song "Atomic Dog", which was released as a single in December 1982. These words are also chanted in the rhythms of some parts of the soundtrack.

Lyrics[]

Digga digga dog, digga digga dog
Digga digga dog, digga digga dog (Bow-wow-wow)
Digga digga dog, digga digga dog
Dog? Dog? You dawg, you!
(Bow-wow-wow-yippie-yo-yippie-yay)


Ain't that the man in the moon dancing over our heads (Atomic dog!)
While all good dogs are asleep in their beds (Atomic dog!)
Smiling in their dreams at the crazy things people do
When you think you've fooled them, who'll make a fool out of who?
You dawg, you!

Digga digga dog, digga digga dog
Digga digga dog, digga digga dog
Digga digga dog, digga digga dog
Dog? Dog? You dawg, you!
Don't be believing
Looks are deceiving
(Bow-wow-wow-yippie-yo-yippie-yay)

Ya think you're on top of the game? you've got a lot to learn (Atomic dog!)
When life hangs tough, take a dog-legged turn (Atomic dog!)
People, they think they're so cool if they throw you a bone
Wait till they discover you've got some tricks of your own
You dawg, you!

Digga digga dog, digga digga dog
Digga digga dog, digga digga dog
Digga digga dog, digga digga dog
Dog? Dog? You dawg, you!
Don't be believing
Looks are deceiving

(Bow-wow-wow, bow-bow)
(Bow-wow-wow, bow-wow-wow)

Spotted dog, spotted dog
Where have you been?
I've been to London to look at the queen
Can you tell a spotted story? Yes, I can!
I saw a dog who was walking a man!
You dawg, you!

Digga digga dog, digga digga dog
Digga digga dog, digga digga dog
Digga digga dog, digga digga dog
Dog? Dog? You dawg, you!
Don't be believing
Looks are deceiving
Don't be believing
Looks are deceiving
(Why must I feel like that? Oh, why must I chase the cat?)
(Nothin' but the dog in you!)
You dawg, you!

Trivia[]

  • The reprise at the end of the film was used in the end credits, but it does not appear in the soundtrack of the movie.
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