Mix - Treat Your Mother Right [Mr. T Mother's Day]
Mocking Words: Mr. T. Says Happy Mother's Day In Song
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Never underestimate America's capacity to ignore the blatantly obvious. Look, if I had some poignant words of wisdom for this day, I'd tell ya. But I got nothin'.
Treat Your Mother Right Lyrics
And I can admit that. Others, however, seem to not be able to come to terms with the fact that they don't have much to say. No, instead of admitting it and sticking with "Happy Mother's Day", they go Mr T Treat Your Mother Right Lyrics ahead and try to painstakingly compose an inspiring and tearjerking Mother's Day message, which ends up being not so much of any of those things.
Who do we blame for this? T of the A-Team. Is everything in this man's life about ini tials? The insults are all fine and in good jest, but then someone drags the other one's mother into it and suddenly, this little public service announcement or whatever we thought it was before that, turns into a musical number with great educational value after the disagreement between the kids is intervened by Mr.
The choice of a ctors for the bickering peers is an interesting one. There is a small black boy who appears to be quite short. Apparently, if something works in one situation, it's necessary that it be added to every other situation, regardless as to whether or not it makes sense.
It's the same sort of theory that dominates any sort of reality competition show these days. Only instead of a short black actor, there is an acerbic, British judge.
Anyway, in addition to that actor, there is a large female to serve as the bitchy peer. If there was ever a short male actor in 80s TV, it was almost guaranteed that there would be an obnoxious, rotund, female who always spoke her mind and who always thought she was beautiful even though she looked like she had just eaten an entire racetrack.
She has the typical large bitchy female, short frizzy hair with a hairband of sorts and large, white, round, plastic earrings. She has a round full face and click here frequently seen with her hands on her hips, looking down as she towers over her antagonist and hurls insults at the little, little man. It goes something like this: Well, you couldn't be more than five. You're so fat, they have to jack you up to take off your shoes.
Well, you're so skinny, you're eyes are in single file. Well your Mama is so Missss-ter T to Mr T Treat Your Mother Right Lyrics Don't bring anyone's mother into this.
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I kinda wish he had let her get off just ONE. Maybe it would have been my favorite! And if it wasn't for your mother, you wouldn't be here. So remember, when you put down one mother, you're putting down mother's all over the world. He got that from not having her be there when the insults were about to fly? Interesting Of course, right after that last word of Mr T Treat Your Mother Right Lyrics, the boy and the girl look at each other with that Scooby-Doo head tilt and a look on their faces as if they have just heard the most magical words ever.
They nod in agreement at his sage wisdom which shoots out from those glittering gold chains and medallions the purpose of which I don't believe has ever been disclosed, other than perhaps to draw one's attention away from the mohawk and then they exit stage left, the girl with her hand on the boy's shoulder and a smile on her face, as she's going to eat him for lunch when they're out of the camera shot.
We get this great shot at the beginning, right when the beat starts to be heard. He also has the knee high, striped sweat socks, large tennis shoes and the traditional sleeveless black shirt or sweater vest it's really hard to tell with all of those chains on. In the background are his do-wop girls. Only they appear to have been recruited from a temp agency that hires out secretaries. What the hell is that? There's a long skirt with a shiny belt.
There are women's Dockers with the long sleeve shirt which sports the puffy lace cuffs and the velour collar. You know the kind. And then there's the dark slacks, dark jacket ensemble. And because there's three of them there are naturally only two microphones on stands. I don't know why they just don't spring for the source mike.
What does that accomplish? Having velour-collar go back and forth?
Treat Your Mother Right
Is it a guy thing? Two girls that close together, guys think they're going to kiss?
There's no other explanation for it. Just as there is no explanation for this whole video. And it begins with the cheerleaders singing the chorus, " Treat her right. Treat your mother right. Trust me, you'll know it when you hear it.
I've quoted 'sing' because it's Mr. I don't really know what to call it, it's barely grunting to music, but it's definitely NOT singing, I know that. The video of this musical number is below, but I just have to spell out the lyrics here so that you get the full effect of what an odd Mother's Day tribute this little ditty really is. There is no other. So treat her right. I'll always love her. M is for the moans and the miserable groans from the pain that she felt when I was bone that's the Mr.
O is for the oven with the burning heat Where she stood making sure I had something to eat So now his mother is Mr T Treat Your Mother Right Lyrics away in a kitchen. T is for the time when she stayed up at night and took my temperature when I wasn't feeling right. H is for the hard earned money she spent to put clothes on my back and tries to pay da rent. I'm not so sure it was the 'clothes' that she bought for you that made it hard to 'pay da rent' as much as it was all of those gold chains.
E is every wrinkle I put on her face and every worry that I caused when I stayed up late. Now you've withered the woman into the likeness of a Shar-pei. The last letter R is that you taught me respect and for the room up in heaven that I know she will get.
Good way to end the song about your mother! By throwing out the reminder that she's gonna here one day. Yep, she'll be dead! She's agreeing second to none Take care of mother, you only get one. Then as the chorus is repeated a few times, the visit web page shows several different scenarios which are supposed to represent the typical ways that kids interact with their moms.
There's the giving her the fake box of candy Mr T Treat Your Mother Right Lyrics a big snake jumps out of when she opens it. There's the tandem bike ride through the park. And opening the door to Mom's convertible for her. There's the kissing her on the cheek with your mouth full of food.
And helping Mom carry in the groceries. And who could forget giving Mom a shoulder rub while still wearing your batting gloves from baseball practice earlier in the day? Not me, that's for sure!
And helping Mom carry in the groceries. Never underestimate America's capacity to ignore the blatantly obvious. T tells his version of Romeo and Juliet and gives a pro-reading message. T" shows how one can preserve their dignity after an "absoludicrous" mistake by playing it off as a break dance move.
And the final shot is of someone I can't tell if it's a guy or a girl. There's too much big hair. There's too much big headband.
There's too much one long dangly earring. And there's too much looking like New Kids on the Block which kids in the 80s did regardless as to whether they were male or female.
I just don't know. This person looks into the camera and suggestively says with this sly, all knowing look" Be somebody! I thought this was about mothers! Are we supposed to be mothers?! No, serioiusly, I do NOT! Besides, this is geared to be directed at children. You can't be suggesting that children 'be somebody' by being mothers! I don't care if it is Mother's Day!
T and the T-Force Mr. You're so fat, they have to jack you up to take off your shoes. This person looks into the camera and suggestively says with this sly, all knowing look" Be somebody! You know the kind. There's too much big hair.
It's just not right! That's why, if you can't think of anything poignant to say on Mother's Day, you're better off either saying nothing or just getting a card. If you try to piece a bunch of words together, who knows how it could come out? You might end up just like Mr. What a PR nightmare that must have been. No wonder he didn't go farther in his career!
T is the man.