I loved the previous creations by Dusto McNeato. Check out his works here and here. Although I feel the vocals are a bit better in his takes, you have to admit that Bonnie Tyler’s Total Eclipse of the Heart is ripe for the pickin’, and pick away they do.
Last night while playing “Call of Duty 4,” I was leaning over the ventilation, um, vent at my friend’s house. My hair was blowing , but I was so into the game, I didn’t notice it until my friends started singing the Isley Brothers’ “Who’s That Lady” like in that old shampoo commercial.
This is not the shampoo commercial, but it does beg the song’s titular question:
While driving home, I passed the local hookah spot and saw a truck with no headlights on. I wanted to flash my headlights to let them know, but I wondered if that old urban legend was still in effect. You know the one: gangbangers drive around with their lights off, targeting anyone who flashes them. This made me think of that crappy movie “Urban Legend,” and how it opened with Natasha Gregson Wagner singing Bonnie Tyler’s “Total Eclipse of the Heart.” Except I think her legend was about the guy hiding in the backseat.
Here’s not a clip from that movie, but something much better (viva la apes!):
I also heard this song by Matt Nathanson, and it made me wonder if his lyrics at the 2:04 mark are in reference to this post: