'Vacation' Inspired Mark Hoppus' "Not Every Dog Goes To Heaven"

Musical inspiration comes from everywhere. For Mark Hoppus, it's coming from National Lampoon's Vacation. Mark, along with Travis Barker and John Feldman, made the song "Not Every Dog Goes To Heaven". This song is all about Dinky, Aunt Edna's mean mutt in Vacation. It's all in good fun and all for a good cause, so the ASPCA can help the dogs affected by Hurricane Harvey.

Along with Mark's song about Dinky from Vacation, you're also getting songs about Scooby Doo, Einstein from Back To The Future, Toto from Wizard of Oz, The Simpsons' dog Santa's Little Helper and a bunch more.

You can buy the Dog Songs album by clicking here. You'll get some fun animal tunes and give something to the dogs in need. That's a win all around in my book. 

And we can't talk about this without showing one of the funniest scenes from Vacation, when Clark Griswold accidentally sent Dinky to the afterlife. 

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