|Plot||One of the most famous piano pieces of all time - Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata. One of the most familiar and frustrating experiences a driver can have - being stuck at a red light. You wouldn't think these two elements would work well together - but they do (brilliantly, in fact) in the very catchy, very amusing "Beep, Beep, Beep." Written and recorded by Richard Perlmutter for one of his Grammy Award-nominated "Beethoven's Wig" albums [which put clever lyrics to well-known classical composition] the song retains the melancholy beauty of the original piece, but the lyrics add an amusing new twist: the story of a man stuck in traffic, waiting in vain for the light to change. As he waits, and waits, traffic starts building behind him. First one car, then two, then three - the light remains stubbornly red. The drivers behind him, in turn, take out their frustration - on the lead car, on the light, perhaps even on the cosmic injustice of it all - by honking their horns. The driver in front tries to remain patient, but irritation pushes him past the "beeping point" and he joins in the futile cacophony of horns, until... well, why spoil the ending? It's an amazing song - the lyrics work so well with the music that it seems like they were always there [though we dutifully realize there were no cars in 1801].... search for Beep, Beep, Beep on IMDb|
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