Nas Ne Dogonyat

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"Nas Ne Dogonyat"
Polish promo CD for Nas Ne Dogonyat and Ya Soshla S Uma
Single by t.A.T.u.
from the album '200 Po Vstrechnoy, can also be found on the albums 200 km/h in the Wrong Lane and The Best'
Released March 2001
Format Music video only
Recorded 2000
Genre Eurodance, breakbeat
Length 04:38
Label Universal
Writer(s) Sergio Galoyan, Ivan Shapovalov, Elena Kiper, Valeriy Polienko
Producer(s) Ivan Shapovalov
t.A.T.u. singles chronology
"Ya Soshla s Uma"
"Nas Ne Dogonyat"
"30 Minut"
"200 Po Vstrechnoy" track listing
"Ya Soshla s Uma"
"Nas Ne Dogonyat"
"Doschitay Do Sta"

"Nas Ne Dogonyat" (Cyrillic: Нас не догонят; translation: Not Gonna Get Us") is a song by t.A.T.u. which was released as the band's second single from their debut album, 200 Po Vstrechnoy. The song was released in March 2001 in Russia. Music by Sergio Galoyan and lyrics by Elena Kiper, Ivan Shapovalov, Valeriy Polienko and Sergio Galoyan.

The words "nas ne dogonyat" made their way into 2006 Russian Dictionary of Modern Quotes (Slovar sovremennykh tsitat).[1]

Music video[edit]

t.A.T.u. in "Nas Ne Dogonyat" Video

The video starts off with Yulia and Lena's mugshots being placed on screen, with the truck's engine starting up and steam surrounding the two girls and the vehicle. They then are outside in a snowy environment, where they steal a large truck and ride off through an airfield, breaking through a fence while singing. The two girls later find themselves in snow-covered Siberia. They run over a construction worker in the middle of the road, who is played by Ivan Shapovalov, the music videos director. After breaking through another fence, some family photos of both the girls as young children are shown during the video. Towards the end, Lena and Yulia climb to the roof of the truck and stand on top, hugging and smiling as they continue to sing the song, until they crack the lens of the camera as they leave.

CD single information[edit]

No single CD or legal digital download for the song were ever released, though an official music video was made. The song did appear on a promo CD released in Poland in 2003, along with other singles of the album, though the CD is not considered an official single for this song. The song would only be made available as an individual legal download when the band's debut album was released on iTunes in 2004. It can also be legally downloaded individually off their greatest hits album, The Best.

However, there was a promotional CD Single which was released in Poland by Universal Music Polska, the Polish label for Universal Music. However, it was used as an A-Side for "Ya Soshla S Uma" at the time.[2]

Polish promo CD track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1 "Ya Soshla s Uma" 3:30
2 "Nas Ne Dogonyat" 4:34
3 "30 Minutes" 3:13
4 "Doschitay do sta" 4:35
5 "All The Things She Said (DJ Monk's After Skool Special Remix)" 7:02


Country Peak
Polish Airplay Chart 1[3]
Romania Top 100[4] 1
Russia TopHit 100 1[citation needed]

Media appearances[edit]

In the 2009 film, Thick as Thieves the song is played twice. First in a club in Russian, on the first encounter of the characters played by Antonio Banderas and Radha Mitchell and at the end of the film in English when they meet again in the same club.

It also appears in Lilya 4-ever and Chechenia Warrior 3.

A Russian/English remix of this song used during Russian team's entrance at Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics.


  1. ^ Konstantin Dushenko. Slovar sovremennykh tsitat, EKSMO, 2006, p. 213 ISBN 5-699-17691-8
  2. ^
  3. ^ Nielsem Music Control Poland
  4. ^ Romania Top 100 Reveiv 2002 week 35

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