Weird Al-Star Wars Connection

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Posted by graml from on January 26, 2000 at 20:18:24:

In Reply to: The main one(NM) posted by Short Round on January 26, 2000 at 19:52:32:

: : : : : Like on Young Guns II they used Blaze of Glory and Billy Get Your Guns. It made Billy and the gang more bad!!! And Alan Silvestri's score mixed in good with Bon Jovi's!!!! Or just the beat of a rock theme like on the first one and I think a second one without words and using guitars and such. Indy would rock more!!! See ya, Shorty.
: : : : : "Shot down in a blaaaaaze of glory. Lord I never drew first but I drew first blood I'm no one's son, call me Young Gun!" -Jon Bon Jovi, singing Blaze of Glory.

: : : : Hey Shorty. No fake Short Round would mention Young Guns and Bon Jovi that much. It must be you. Anyhow, try adding lyrics to the Raiders March. Sometimes its difficult to get the words to scan, but the pay-off can be hilarious. Try to tell the storyline of the movie while keeping in the tune of the Indy theme. Just my two cents.
: : : : -graml

Hey hey. I remember Bill Murray making up words to the Star Wars theme as the lounge singer ("Star Wars...Nothin' but Star Wars" etc), but Shorty's cryptic Weird Al comment mystifies me. I'm a huge friend of Al's, and I only remember him doing "Yoda" (to the Kink's "Lola") and "The Saga Begins" (to Don McLean's magnum opus "American Pie") Is there some lost Weird Al footage out there that I've missed?

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