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|Topic: Movie Song Help Needed|
Username: Matt D
Posted 2003-06-11 16:34:26 and read 945 times.
I need to locate some songs that have appeared in movies.
The first two are songs that are so wonderfully hideous that they are comical. I MUST have.
The first one is from the movie"Colors". It appears about mid way through the movie. In the immediate scene following when Sean Penn has bedded the Chola girl, him and Robert Duvall are shown heading through the parking lot for the first time in the yellow "pac man mobile". You can hear some kind of music playing, presumably from the car. It is a fast hillblly song. WHAT is it? It sounds like it might be Willie Nelson, but I'm not sure. I have to have this song.
The second one is from "Private Parts" (the Howard Stern movie).
The song overdubbed during his final days in Detroit, when they turned "Country". This is the song that he is playing when he interrupts it to say "howdy cowpokes....I know that some of you love this music....but I never drove a truck or slept with my daddys sister....I quit".
I must also have this song.
The third one is from "Dumb And Dumber". This is a song I've heard on "Oldies" radio a few times. So I know that it's a 60's era "bubblegum" song.
It is about a third of the way into the movie when Jim Carrey is driving at night and daydreaming about what he'd do with "Mary Swanson". First, he meets her at her door, and doves fly by. Then he pinches her butt. Then he's sitting on a couch telling a bunch of bad jokes culminating with lighting a fart. Then, of course there is the Korean chef Kung-Fu scene. Finally, there's the headlights.
This song gets played fragmented a couple of times throughout this scene. Some of the lyrics are: "I love the flower girls/she made me happy...happy...happy"
|Topic: RE: Movie Song Help Needed|
Posted 2003-06-11 17:38:43 and read 935 times.
The third song you're looking for from Dumb and Dumber is "The Rain, The Park and Other Things" by the Cowsills.
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