Most of you probably recognized it by the lyrics already. Probably from the popular Coca-Cola advertisement found in the Superbowl commercials a few years back. It was then later used in movie theaters and other more common venues, making it very popular at the time. The commercial is a Coca-Cola classic, giving a positive light to something that seems like a Grand Theft Auto game.
I am aware that most of you have seen it. It's still a sweet commercial.
As much as I may like this version, it's not the original. The original was used in the 1976 movie Bugsy Malone, a G rated musical film that features a 13 year old Jodie Foster.
The song featured in the commercial is the end of the last song in the movie. It's titled You Give a Little Love and it's composed by the Academy Award winning composer, Paul Williams. It might spoil the end of the movie, but I'll feed you the video anyway. The "popular" part should be at around 2:25 on the video.
Now, if by some off chance you want to actually see this movie, maybe because of the kids lip syncing to adults, or because of the actual mafia-ish plot, or maybe you just love G rated movies, I don't judge. Whatever the reason, all 89 minutes can be found here. How nice am I?!
You're gonna be remembered for the things that you say and do.