Colbert dances with (well, “around”) Henry Kissinger, and Robin Thicke tries to liberate someone’s Nana! (Video also here.)
I can’t stand that song, but I love what Colbert did with it.
I don’t mind the “Lucky” song, but then, I’m a sucker for pop from (or pop that sounds like it’s from) the 1970s.
I suppose the tune is catchy, if not my taste, but the lyrics are embarrassing. Did you ever read The New Yorker’s take on it: “The duo has become so good at making records that I replay parts of “Random Access Memories” repeatedly while simultaneously thinking it is some of the worst music I’ve ever heard.” http://www.newyorker.com/arts/critics/musical/2013/05/27/130527crmu_music_frerejones?currentPage=all
Yeah, I’ll admit that I haven’t actually paid much attention to the Daft Punk song’s lyrics, and usually I do notice lyrics. More than the song, I enjoyed Colbert’s dance/sketch set to it!
I enjoyed Colbert’s dance, too. If I hadn’t heard the song before, I would’ve thought the Colbert Report had written it as a parody of disco!
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