Terence Trent D’Arby - Sign Your Name Across My Heart
Because it is the Eighties, the Decade Of Extravaganze, Terence ignores such trifling matters as carbon footprints and keeps his overhead projector on ALL NIGHT! As punishment for such wanton energy wastage Terence must seek out the sexy French lady who can inform him about cavity wall insulation and suchlike. Cue Tez jumping on his motorbike (which he keeps in his bedroom! I’m sure his mum will have something to say about that - and those skull earrings too, which seem to be singing along at 2.23) and heading to a bar to have a FIGHT. Luckily the gargantuan size of his beret (fnar) prevents any beef, and he is able to serenade the sexy French lady with some super-masculine motorbike revving. Though I’m not totally convinced that her small child will be distracted by a moth-eaten teddy for more than a couple of minutes - Terence might have to settle for a low-wattage lightbulb instead.
(This song is currently being used on a Coco Pops advert in the UK with swimming hippos. The mind boggles.)