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Literal Video--Total Eclipse of the Heart:

Hysterical.

Gabriel McCall (mail):
Their version of the White Wedding video was great, too.
6.5.2009 1:01pm
Alexia:
Hysterical indeed!

http://tinyurl.com/6pnkmt - Take On Me was the first one I ever saw.
6.5.2009 1:57pm
Guest101:
Personally my favorite is Birdhouse In Your Soul.
6.5.2009 2:21pm
Lyric Critic:
Better lyrics than the original!
6.5.2009 3:17pm
http://volokh.com/?exclude=davidb :
That's funny as hell. I watched it twice in a row, and almost blew Diet Coke through my nose laughing. Both times.
6.5.2009 10:52pm
Anony:
The first half was great, but then the lyric quality really fell off.
6.6.2009 11:04am
MarkField (mail):
This video is very funny, but I've had the damned original song stuck in my head for a full day now. I believe you violated 18 USC Sec. 2340.
6.6.2009 1:11pm
http://volokh.com/?exclude=davidb :

The first half was great, but then the lyric quality really fell off.

Everyone's a critic. Personally, I thought the second half's development of the "now I've got to pee" plotline was brilliant.

Brilliant!
6.6.2009 1:21pm
anony:


Everyone's a critic. Personally, I thought the second half's development of the "now I've got to pee" plotline was brilliant.

Brilliant!


That's where I thought the writing was weak. To each his own...
6.6.2009 10:07pm
epeeist:
I laughed out loud several times, and I like the original song...

You might make it a more Volokh-like post by adding a brief comment about how this is the sort of parody protected by the First Amendment and comparing and contrasting with the Obama-picture lawsuit...[grin]
6.7.2009 1:27pm

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