Friday, August 24, 2012

TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE, MY ACHY BREAKY HEART- CAPT AJIT VADAKAYIL

TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE, MY ACHY BREAKY HEART - CAPT AJIT VADAKAYIL


The above video is a song " My achy breaky heart" by Billy Ray Cyrus. It made him famous.

As Cyrus' debut single and signature song, it was his most successful song. 

It became the first single ever to achieve triple Platinum status in Australia.The song was number 4 on the Billboard Hot 100 and was number 3 on the UK Singles Chart. Thanks to the video of this hit, there was the explosion of the line dance into the mainstream, becoming a craze. 

A line dance is a choreographed dance with a repeated sequence of steps in which a group of people dance in one or more lines or rows without regard for the gender of the individuals, all facing the same direction, and executing the steps at the same time. Line dancers are not in physical contact with each other. 

I have seen spontaneous line dances in Sydney and Melbourne-NOT premeditated like our Kolaveri Di . 

It is east to find out when the genders even out.

Not many people know that the inspiration for this song was the Texas chainsaw massacre. This TRUE incident has been made into several Hollywood movies.

A remake will come again in 2013. I consider it SICK, when you remake movies of this nature. This is how a society moves to decadence.

Two police officers were killed when Leather face suddenly got them during the investigation.  And that too on video camera.  Well this is USA.

Hard to believe right?

See TRUE video below-- it is gruesome!




Sally Hardesty  and her brother, Franklin , travel with three friends, Jerry , Kirk , and Pam , to visit the grave of the Hardestys' grandfather to investigate reports of vandalism and grave robbing. Afterwards, they decide to visit an old Hardesty family homestead. 

Along the way they pick up a hitchhiker  who slashes both himself and Franklin with a straight razor before the group forces him out of the van. They stop at a gas station to refuel, but the proprietor tells them that the pumps are empty. They continue towards the homestead, intending to return to the gas station once the fuel has been delivered.

When they arrive, Franklin tells Kirk and Pam about a local swimming hole and the couple head off to find it. Instead they stumble upon a nearby house. Kirk calls out, asking for gas, while Pam waits on the front steps. After Kirk receives no answer, he discovers that the door is unlocked and enters the house, where Leatherface  appears and kills him. 

Pam enters soon after and finds the house filled with furniture made from human bones. She attempts to flee, but Leatherface catches her and impales her on a meathook. Jerry heads out to look for Pam and Kirk at sunset. He finds the couple's blanket outside the nearby house. He investigates and finds Pam, who is still alive, inside a freezer. Before he can react, Leatherface kills him and stuffs Pam back into the freezer.

With darkness falling, Sally and Franklin set out to find their friends. As they near the neighboring house and call out, Leatherface lunges from the darkness and kills Franklin with a chainsaw. Sally heads toward the house and finds the desiccated remains of an elderly couple in an upstairs room. She escapes from Leatherface by jumping through a second-floor window and flees to the gas station. 


Leatherface disappears into the night. The proprietor calms her with offers of help, but then ties her up and forces her into his truck. He drives to the house, arriving at the same time as the hitchhiker, who turns out to be Leatherface's younger brother. When the pair bring Sally inside, the hitchhiker recognizes her and taunts her.

The men torment the bound and gagged Sally while Leatherface, now dressed as a woman, serves dinner. Leatherface and the hitchhiker bring an old man, "Grandpa" , from upstairs to share the meal. During the night they decide Sally should be killed by "Grandpa". He tries to hit her with a hammer, but is too weak. In the ensuing confusion, she breaks free, leaps through a window, and escapes to the road. 

Leatherface and the hitchhiker give chase, but the latter is run down and killed by a passing semi-trailer truck. Armed with his chainsaw, Leatherface attacks the truck when the driver stops to help. The driver hits him in the face with a large wrench. Sally escapes in the back of a passing pickup truck as Leatherface waves the chainsaw above his head in frustration.



LYRICS:
You can tell the world you never was my girl
You can burn my clothes when I'm gone
Or you can tell your friends just what a fool I've been
And laugh and joke about me on the phone

You can tell my arms go back to the farm
You can tell my feet to hit the floor
Or you can tell my lips to tell my fingertips
They won't be reaching out for you no more

But don't tell my heart my achy breaky heart
I just don't think he'd understand
And if you tell my heart my achy breaky heart
He might blow up and kill this man

[guitar]

You can tell your ma I moved to Arkansas
You can tell your dog to bite my leg
Or tell your brother Cliff whose fist can can tell my lip
He never really liked me anyway

Or tell your Aunt Louise tell anything you please
Myself already knows I'm not okay
Or you can tell my eyes to watch out for my mind
It might be walking out on me today

Don't tell my heart my achy breaky heart...

[guitar]

Don't tell my heart my achy breaky heart...
Don't tell my heart my achy breaky heart...




NRA will be happy with this movie- 

LOOK MA, NO GUNS!






CAPT AJIT VADAKAYIL
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2 comments:

  1. God Bless...God Less America.

    Another imp blog Guruji. This reflects the current mindset of the youth of the nation that takes pride in its liberty. Total lack of upbringing is visible. Every month there are reports of sudden mass killings by such nuts.

    Guruji can a rehab centre be run on the principles of Yoga, Ayurveda and Mantras to completely cure such nuts?

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  2. Guruji please write a blog on method to run a drug rehabilitation centre in the Vedic way by use of Yoga, Ayurveda and any special Mantra.
    Regards

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