Buffalo Bill's freaky dance in front of the mirror song!

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  1. Gitana Rose

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    In the spirit of Halloween...

    I'm posting this cause it always has that freaky,frightful tendency...:saeek:

    YouTube - buffalo bill

    P.S.That great song is sung by Q.Lazzarus "Goodbye Horses"
     
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    I always found this the strangest part of the film, that he could dress up and prance in front of the mirror while a few yards away he had a girl imprisoned who he was intending to kill, he reminded me a bit of Steve Tyler.
     
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    He does favor Steven Tyler a bit in drag...
    But it's the womans scalped wig with the skin still attached is what gets me...

    Oh and that whole tuck thing.
     
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    The "Jay" character does a fantastic impression of that scene in Clerks II...friggin' hilarious.
     
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    I thought that song was by Psych?
     
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    No, they did a cover of it that's pretty faithful to the original performance by Q Lazzarus.
     
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