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Hubble explains that he believes the partnership creates a great loyalty. When asked about his own loyalty, Hubble tells the Greater Dane to call him Hubble rather than Canid 3942, showing that his loyalty will always be to Owen. The Puppy Song, written by Harry


Nilsson, is part of the movie soundtrack. He originally wrote the song at the request of Paul McCartney. The song is on Nilsson’s 1969 album, Harry. Nora Ephron used Nilsson’s version of The Puppy Song for the opening credits of her 1998 film, You’ve Got Mail. Harry Nilsson had a hit with another dog- themed song, Me & My Arrow. It was from a movie written by Harry himself, called The Point. U


If only I could have a friend Who sticks with me until the end, And walk along beside the sea To share a bit of moon with me. I'd take my friend most everywhere, La la la la I wouldn't care. Dreams are nothing more than wishes, And a wish is just a dream


You wish to come true. (excerpt from The Puppy Song).


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