Quoted from Sparky:
Interesting because if they were in their twenties, they probably weren't born yet when that song was a hit in 1989. For it to be nostalgic to their childhood, you would think they'd be in their 40's. I wonder how they both had a connection to that song.
Probably they heard the song while their parents were listening to it.
Hopefully they get the licensing for Coop's best song, Sextette.
Near the end of her career, Mae West was played by a man in drag (they even made a stageplay about it "Confessions of a Dirty Blonde"), so it's extra entertaining:
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