Political talk at breakfast; returns to Scotland.
In an inversion of the many examples on this page of violent, un-PC songs being used in innocent contexts, a number of tobyMac songs mostly "The Slam" have been used in previews for violent movies and shows, despite said songs being about God.
For several years Barbie was advertised with "Barbie Girl" by Aqua. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit Kozinski, Jfor a unanimous panel "advise[d] the parties to chill. They had the foresight to cut off the song right before the last line of the chorus, which is "Then why the hell are you so sad?
While the song is infectiously upbeat, it was already a gay anthem to begin with, and the cover dealt with escapism from the AIDS crisis and the fall of the Soviet Union.
The film is about a bunch of animals trying to stop a housing development, while the song is nothing but pure Intercourse with You. Even more bizarre is its use in a trailer for the Smurfs movie.
Not to mention that said song is also about dying in a nuclear holocaust "melt" being used literally, but it could also be a pun. A commercial that is narrated by McLachlan herself.
Many-a commercial for a hardware store, office supply store read: Commercials love to use the chorus when talking about their supposed big savings, but the lyrics themselves talk about the evils that people will do to each other over money.
A Jeep car commercial uses an instrumental with an intense, pounding beat to sell its pickup trucks. Especially since the K stands for Kentucky.
The song is about drugs destroying a family and the children being taken away. The title of the song comes from who now has custody of the children.
Behold scenes of smiling families tucking into plates of glistening, fatty food The advertising campaign for Dragon Age: This was back in the day when Bioware still had a sense of humor about itself, it may well have been intentional. A song about getting laid. Interestingly, a tale from Safka herself gives a slightly different interpretation of the lyrics.
She started writing the song on the way home from there. The song depicts life of a coal miner under the truck system. Under this system workers were paid with exchangeable credit vouchers for goods at the company store. This made it impossible for workers to store up cash savings.
Workers also usually lived in company-owned dormitories or houses, the rent for which was automatically deducted from their pay. Apparently a song depicting the horrors of war, which will eventually end all life on the planet, is supposed to encourage people to play as Black Op soldiers.
And yet, the Call of Duty franchise itself has had a history of being anti-waryet simultaneously being pro-war, due to being a fun video game about the subject. The producers probably knew exactly what they were doing. A man failing to build a house. The song is partially about the futility of trying to find fulfillment through consumerism, so its presence in an ad for nearly anything would fit this trope to some extent.
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It is one of the watershed plays in Augustan drama and is the only example of the once thriving genre of satirical ballad opera to remain popular today.
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The Beggar's Opera - Wikipedia The Beggar's Opera is a ballad opera in three acts written in by John Gay with music arranged by Johann Christoph Pepusch.
It is one of the watershed plays in Augustan drama and is the only example of the once thriving genre of satirical ballad opera to remain.