|Single by Hedley|
|from the album Hedley|
|Released||December 6, 2005|
|Label||Universal Music Canada|
|Songwriter(s)|| Chris Crippin |
|Hedley singles chronology|
"Trip" is a pop punk song recorded by Canadian band Hedley and appears on their debut album Hedley (2005). The single topped the Canadian MuchMusic Countdown and reached number eleven on the Canadian Singles Chart. It sold close to 3,000 copies. Trip appears on the US version of Famous Last Words , which is called Never Too Late.
Trip is the second Hedley single to reach the Canadian Singles Chart as it peaked at number 11. It also reached Canada CHR/Pop Top 30 at number 14 and number 9 on Canada Hot AC Top 30. The song reached number 1 on Canada's MuchMusic Countdown on the week of February 17, 2006.
|Canada (Canadian Singles Chart)||11|
|Canada CHR/Pop Top 30 ( Radio & Records )||14|
|Canada Hot AC Top 30 ( Radio & Records )||9|
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