"I'll admit I may have seen better days,
but I'm still not to be had for the price of a cocktail,
like a salted
I always hated that song!
I love it! It's as cheesy as the cheesiest double cheese burger
It is a whole lotta cheese, and, sometimes, cheese is good!
Lol depends where it is
I loved the movie. Hugo Weaving was great and Guy Pearce was soooooooo hot!!!!!
I think its Terence Stamp's best movie ..
Yet another movie I haven't seen. Some day.And I like that song. And Terence Stamp.
Watch it, its so uplifting
My most favorite by a long shot. I adored when the aborigines join the gang and it was so sweet and prophetic I would like to think. Thank you, I needed a smile and a sweet memory today. Particularly today.
Its a warm movie
I absolutely loved that movie ! Wow, such a long time ago ..
I actually like the song. I don't LOVE it - - and I sure as hell don't want to hear it ten times in a row - - but I like it.It would be even better in the company of a bottle of gin.
BTWI haven't seen the movie in a long time.I used to have a crush on Terence Stamp....
I might still have a crush on Terence Stamp :)
The fabulous Charlene! A tacky song to treasure, and of course one always thinks of it when given the opportunity (rarer now, alas, than in days gone by) to sip Champagne on a yacht...
Crikey ...... I'm an Aussie and I haven't seen it. Muuuuuuuuuuuuum!! Have you seen Priscilla Queen of the desert?????????????????
Charlie, I loved Priscilla !! Now that you remind me, I have to find it online and watch it again ~
I can't understand how I've not seen this. Resolution!
Love this classic movie and everyone in it!
Such a good film...and that song is now my earworm for the day!
Only seen the film once, at the cinema when it was first released. I thought it had happily impressed itself indelibly on my memory but had totally forgotten this opening song. Include me along with the thumbs-uppers.
Bloody marvellous ! I have seen the stage show too fab fab fab !
One of my all-time favorite movie moments! I remember hearing this song in the early '80s, when it was a hit, and thinking even THEN that it was campy as all get-out.
Best line in a movie ever - 'That's just what this country needs, a cock in a frock on a rock'. Was lucky enough to see Jason Donavon as Tic at Bristol Hippodrome.
I hated this song until this film! Now I love it. And I've been to Georgia and California, too.
Never seen the film but have always loved this song. Thanks so much for that. Hugs! deb
Great movie.Scene that sticks in my mind is the dolled-up Guy Pierce in that video store asking for the "Texas Chain Saw Mascara"
Great film,although I kept expecting Hugo Weaving to slip on dark glasses and say "Mr Anderson... we've missed you".
I was thinking about this film the other day and how I should watch it again. Now I see this on your blog. Must be a sign!
One of my fave films ever. Love it.
Terence Stamp well done, a totally fun movie would love to see it again.
It runs on TV here a couple of times a year and I am yet to see the entire film in one sitting. I've caught the middle and had to go out, saw the end, and once saw the first ten minutes before I lost control of the TVMan, I need a yacht and a glass of something
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