Revive App Singing Dogs
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Revive App Singing Dogs refers to a TikTok trend in which creators use the photo animator app Revive on images of dogs to make it look like their mouths are moving and singing pop songs like Avicii's "Wake Me Up" and Powfu's "Death Bed," among others. The trend started in late 2022 after the So Wake Me Up Dog trend. Then, more Revive app dogs emerged such as one saying "Come Over Here And Kiss Me On My Hot Mouth," many saying "Let's Play Football" from iShowSpeed's 2022 World Cup song and one dog called the "Don't Stay Away For Too Long" dog which surfaced in January 2023.
On October 17th, 2022, TikToker peanut_2323 posted a video that showed a still photograph of her dog singing Avicii's song "Wake Me Up." TikToker peanut_2323 used the app Revive to make the still photograph sing the song, making it appear that her dog was mouthing it. Over the course of three months, the video received roughly 8.9 million plays and 1.9 million likes (shown below).
@peanut_2323 #ReviveApp ♬ original sound – CHERYL DOZIER
The video inspired the So Wake Me Up Dog trend which inserted the video into multiple CapCut templates (examples shown below). The video is what inspired more dogs to be put through the Revie app in memes on TikTok.
@ivanobeats_ #CapCut ♬ original sound – Core
@mo_chiptu Weird ass Ohio dog 💀💀💀 #ohio #ohiodog #onlyinohio #onlyinohio💀 ♬ original sound – CHERYL DOZIER
Other dog owners and meme creators in general began using the Revive app with other dog photos and other songs. For instance, on November 6th, 2022, TikToker beverlylunden posted a video of presumably her own dogs singing Gotye's "Somebody That I Used To Know" using the Revive app, gaining roughly 1.1 million plays and 231,500 likes in two months (shown below, left). On November 15th, 2022, TikToker natalie.hagood posted a Revive video showing presumably her dog singing LMFAO's "Sexy and I Know It." The video received roughly 800,400 plays and 132,700 likes in two months (shown below, right).
@beverlylunden #ReviveApp ♬ original sound – Princess
@natalie.hagood #reviveapp ♬ Sexy Clover – natalie
'Come Over Here And Kiss Me On My Hot Mouth' Dog
On November 28th, 2022, TikToker fuxiie posted a Revive app meme that showed TikToker dougythesheepadoodle's dog saying, "Come Over Here And Kiss Me On My Hot Mouth." The audio is originally from the 2014 movie A Haunted House 2. Over the course of two months, the TikTok received roughly 4.2 million plays and 670,100 likes (shown below, left). Other meme creators started inserting the dog saying the audio into CapCut templates, similar to the "So Wake Me Up Dog" trend (example shown below, right).
@imfeelingromantical0 #CapCut ♬ original sound – gg
Let's Play Football / iShowSpeed's World Cup Song
After the 2022 FIFA World Cup finals in mid-December 2022, iShowSpeed's "World Cup" song trended in memes on TikTok as creators started to specifically isolate his line "Let's Play Football" and make dogs mouth the line with Revive. On December 20th, 2022, TikToker lovely.boyfriend posted a video using the Revive app and the "So Wake Me Up Dog," gaining roughly 110,800 plays and 6,100 likes in one month (shown below, left). Soon after, on December 22nd, 2022, TikToker unlimitedbounty1 posted a sped-up version of the audio with Leandro singing the lyrics, gaining roughly 913,000 plays and 73,800 likes in one month (shown below, right).
@lovely.boyfriend Let's Play Football😌 #dog #random #idkwhattopost ♬ World Cup – iShowSpeed
@unlimitedbounty1 #CapCut #worldcup #meme #sowakemeupwhenitsalloverdog #sowakemeup #fyp #parati #insano ♬ Gay if you use this audio – Nulldonbra
"Don't Stay Away For Too Long" Dog
In January 2023, TikTokers started a new "Revive App Singing Dog" trend that showed a chihuahua singing Powfu's "Death Bed." The trend started on January 7th, 2023, when TikToker xehrno posted the original video, gaining roughly 2.4 million plays and 351,400 likes in three weeks (shown below, left), On January 13th, 2022, TikToker xehrno posted a similar video with a slowed down version of the song, gaining roughly 784,000 plays and 131,000 likes in 17 days (shown below, right).
@xehrno 😢 #fyp #foryou #dog #singingdog #singing #reviveapp #sowakemeup #wakemeupdog #sad #chihuahua #xehrno #viral #xyzbca ♬ original sound – xehrno
@xehrno 😔 #fyp #foryou #dog #singingdog #singing #reviveapp #sowakemeup #wakemeupdog #sad #chihuahua #slowed #reverb #xehrno #viral #xyzbca ♬ original sound – xehrno
https://www.tiktok.com/embed/7165276687327005998 https://www.tiktok.com/embed/7157514557315960110 https://www.tiktok.com/embed/7189458173802204422
 TikTok – @peanut_2323
 TikTok – @beverlylunden
 TikTok – @natalie.hagood
 TikTok – @dougythesheepadoodle
 YouTube – A Haunted House 2 Mark Henry scene
 TikTok – @lovely.boyfriend
 TikTok – @unlimitedbounty1
 YouTube – Powfu – Death Bed (Lyrics) | don't stay away for too long
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