"Do you like my mullet": Head Over Heels, Literally
- October 21, 2008 2:01 PM |
- By Arts Online
Curt Smith, left, and Roland Orzabal of the synth-pop duo Tears For Fears, circa 1985. (Dave Hogan/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
Remember yesterday's weird and wonderful discovery of A-Ha's Take On Me clip, rewritten so that the lyrics explicitly spelled out what was going on in the video?
Dustfilms, the person (or team) behind that little gem, have come up with a new interpretation of a cheesy '80s classic. Feast your eyes and ears on Tears For Fears's Head Over Heels, the literal version. I don't know that it's quite as successful as the Take On Me absurdity (nothing beats "Pi-i-i-i-pe wre-e-e-nch fi-i-i-i-ght!").
Still, you can't go all that wrong when you're dealing with a video that features both a drumming rabbi and a reading monkey. Enjoy!
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