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Monday Music

There are two reasons to use this song for MM:

1)  I pulled together a bunch of 80s music (among others) for Kim yesterday, so it was on my list.

2)  In honor of my next-door neighbors, whose driveway spotlight/security light was on ALL FUCKING NIGHT last night.  Doesn’t sound so bad, except it’s pointed right at my bedroom window, and I could have pretty much laid in bed with all the lights off and still read my fucking book at any given moment.

Corey Hart, “Sunglasses at Night”

The actual, pure 80s cheese video is here.  Damn disabled embedding.

Now let’s all start screaming misheard lyrics from the chorus.

“Don’t push a blade on the dying shades of love!”


2 Responses

  1. Proof that slapping words on a page in a drunken, drug-addled stupor could get you straight to the top of the charts in the ’80s.

    If you were pretty enough.

    Don’t be afraid of the diet shades of love!

    Gawd I thought he was hawt. It was obviously his impressive ‘dance’ moves. Sigh.

    It’s all in the finger-snap.

    And hello – brighter in our room than it was in his room in the video – where he had a lamp on. 😛

    Sadly true. ARGH.

  2. Okay, this is a little ironic, they just played this song this morning on my way in to work and the deejay made me laugh when he joked that he much preferred Ray Charles’ version of the song because he felt that Ray really meant it…


    Now that’s some funny shit.

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