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What does Dog Days Are Over mean?
Christian Araya. Dec 19, AM. I think the song is about not knowing what happiness is in a romantic relationship. She's maybe had a difficult time a string of bad luck relationship wise and when happiness finally came she just didn't know what it was. So she tried to run from it, hide from it, even started drinking to try and get rid of the feeling. But the "dog days [were] over" and things were about to change for the better. Since she didn't know what happiness was, she felt the need to run from it. She's leaving behind this confusing feeling to run towards the people and feelings she does know. Well, that's what I think but I could be completely off base. I really do like this song though.
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It was originally scheduled for release on 24 November through Moshi Moshi Records in the UK as the album's second single, but was later pushed back for release on 1 December The B-side to the single is a cover of " You Got the Love " by The Source featuring Candi Staton which later was confirmed as a track on their debut album and the band's fifth single. The track has been performed at a great number of high-profile festivals through and , including the Reading and Leeds festivals. He is also credited as playing piano and guitar on the record. Welch co-wrote the song with Isabella Summers , who is also credited as the song's co-producer, and played piano on the record. Welch and Summers also teamed up for the percussion on the track, together with Charlie Hugall.