|Sonny and Cher, in interesting outfits, perform|
the strange ditty "Little Man"
Amazon Prime is currently running a television ad campaign that features a donkey, a doggy door (or donkey door) and Sonny and Cher's song "Little Man."
An original video for Little Man is really something to behold. You have to love the prison uniform type uniform or something Sonny is wearing.
I also totally love the videographer's fixation with Cher's (unremarkable) shoes.
Kudos also to the lost looking young man in the tie and striped shirt in the audience who looks totally lost.
I guess the appeal to me is that I love 1970s kitsch and weirdness. If this post isn't enough to prove it, check out the one I did on the the classic 1972 hit "How Do You Do" by Mouth & MacNeil.
Once you're done watching "Little Man", (You'll probably have to click on the underlined "Watch on YouTube" to see it) scroll down for another Sonny and Cher classic "A Cowboy's Work Is Never Done" because the song is even better!
HONK-A! HONK- A HONK-A!!!!!
Next, we have "A Cowboy's Work Is Never Done," which is certainly um, different.
Love the facial expressions on Sonny's face during this.
I gotta hand it to Sonny and Cher. Back in their day, they weren't afraid to add a goofy sense of odd humor to their repertoire, so good on them!
Here's "A Cowboy's Work Is Never Done" in all its 1972 glory!