Unofficial Music Video - Culture Club's Do You Really Want To Hurt Me - Prometheus3 Upvotes12 RepliesUpvoteAdd A Reply
You are so very correct I Moon Girl. I thought Dr. Shaw walking up to the Lifeboat worked well with the opener as well as the timing of the notes of the ending with the gaping mouth of the Deacon.
Thank you for commenting.
Oh Ati...thank you for breaking that to me gently.
In The Wedding Singer movie, this song is played on the piano and someone in the audience reacts. I'm of the same opinion towards the song as the audience member opposed to the piano player.
I know I wrote great in regards to the song but meant "impact". If you hear me singing it, please swing a piece of rebar into my jaw.
Ingeniero - 'I'm of the same opinion towards the song as the audience member...'
I watched the movie scene you mention and now I'm a little bit confused because I counted at least three different audience reactions. :D
You are talking about the first one: 'Jesus. Scary.' or the second one by Steve B. or the third reaction? :DDD
Creative video! I have to side with Ati here since I couldn't get into C Club back in the day. It fits though.
I don't have the savvy to imbed, but David's general antics being David and using the goo would go pretty well with Devo's Smart Patrol/Mr DNA imo. Lyrics seem appropriate.
The third reaction Ati but much louder.
Full disclosure...I'll Tumble 4 Ya is number 11 on my top 25 most played.
Devo is very appropriate dk.
Because of this video, I had this song stuck in my head at work yesterday. The chorus just kept playing over and over and over again in my head. Luckily I can listen to music at work....
because I put some headphones on with some Rob Zombie playing to drown out the Culture Club.
20th Century Fox blocked my original videos because I did not meet fair use requirements. I was forced to learn and apply visual effects filtering on my videos I Moon Girl. Thank you for asking and it should be live now.
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I went to Rob Zombie's concerts in the 1990s I Moon Girl. I like his dancers' tattoos.
Yea, I think I would enjoy a Rob Zombie show. So, Rob Zombie just had some girls dancing on stage? That is his style though, so I wouldn't throw that pass him. I've seen some videos showing pieces of his live performances on youtube. They seem to be fun.
One of my favorite bands about 12 years ago was Powerman 5000. The lead singer is the brother of Rob Zombie. Powerman 5000 is more of a hard rock, punk kind of music today, but they really changed up their styles on their first few albums.
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