It's really just a grammatically incorrect version of " take me on". A-Ha repeating themselves in order to have catchier lyrics. I have nothing clever for the chorusso Fuck me. Have sex with me. That she is shying away not responding to his love feelings. My ex and bff still sent me this the other day and I honestly still love him the way I did when we were together.
For sure, it should be listed as well. I recently watched it and have to say the song adds an existentially deep tone to the already somber final moments of the episode, making it a very heartbreaking and heartwarming moment all at the same time. I just saw that episode of Magicians last night. The song was so perfect for the scene and reminded me of how I loved the song all those years ago.
Beautiful and timeless. I really thought the song was about loved ones passing after I saw this episode. Reality check. Puts another spin on the love in this song. Let love happen before it is too late. So that scene hurt. A lot. This song takes me back to the days in High School when we were carefree and had high hopes. My favorite song, I must say, just have to close my eyes and I am back in those wonderful days. This song, especially now, brings so much to my heart. I was young when it first came out and now with the acoustic version my heart feels full.
This song and its video is beautifully represents. Everything is in harmony and so natural. A ah band are truely Legends and Genius. The song was written way before they became famous. It was written when they were just coming together I think while in school days. But it was a project and they played around with it for a long time before getting it right but never gave up on it.
This is according to the Documentary. Who cares about where or when this great and wonderful song was written. As the woman reads, the waitress brings her coffee and the bill.
The comic's hero, after winning the race, seemingly winks at the woman from the page. His pencil-drawn hand suddenly reaches out of the comic book, inviting the woman into it. Once inside, she, too, appears in the pencil-drawn form as he sings to her and introduces her to his black-and-white world which features a sort of looking-glass portal where people and objects look real on one side and pencil-drawn on the other.
Back in the cafe, the waitress returns to find the woman missing. Believing the customer left without paying the bill, she angrily crumples and throws the woman's comic book into a bin. This causes the hero's two opposing racers to reappear as villains, one of them armed with a large pipe wrench. The racers smash the looking glass with the pipe wrench, trapping the woman in the comic book. The hero punches one of the thugs aside and retreats with the woman into a maze of paper. Arriving at a dead end, he tears a hole in the paper wall so that the woman can escape as the menacing opposing racers close in on him and they raise their pipe wrench to his face.
The woman, now back in the real world and found lying beside the bin to the surprise of cafe guests and staff, retrieves the comic from the bin and runs home where she attempts to smooth out the creases to learn what happens next. The next panel shows the hero, lying seemingly lifeless, and the woman begins to cry.
However, he then wakes up and tries to break out of his comic-book frames. At the same time, his image appears in the woman's hallway, seemingly torn between real and comic form, hurling himself repeatedly left-and-right against the walls as he attempts to shatter his two-dimensional barrier.
This scene is largely patterned after a climactic scene in the film Altered States. Smiling, the woman runs towards him. The second music video was produced by Limelight Productions. The music video and song have often Take Me referred to in cover versions, films, TV programmes and video games. In the United States, Warner Bros.
The new video was released to dance clubs and television a month before the record was available in stores or played on the radio. In Norway, A-ha's native country, "Take On Me" re-entered the VG-lista singles chart, reaching a new peak of number one, a year after it was first released. The song has appeared in the film Grosse Pointe Blank. Also inthe song is featured in the ninth episode of season 4, titled " Breaking Out is Hard to Do ", of Family Guy.
When Lois asks Chris to have a carton of milk, an animated hand invites Chris in and pulls him in as the song's intro starts to play. Once inside the animated pencil world, the group leader of a-ha, Morten Harket, sings the chorus.
Like in the music video, two men are chasing them both. When Chris and Harket start running away from them, Chris pushes against the wall, crashing behind a tray of eggs.
In the series finale of the TV show ChuckJeff and Lester play the song in order to stop a bomb from detonating in a concert hall. In one of the scenes of the movie Deadpool 2in which Wade Wilson alias Deadpool and his fiancee Vanessa meet again,  an acoustic version of the song begins to play.
In the video game Just Cause 4there is an easter egg that pays tribute to the song's music video,  which can be found on a half-built building in a town located on the Solis Island, west of Paso Ventoso. In a episode of The Simpsons titled " The 7 Beer Itch ", Homer realizes that he has romantic feelings for a character called Lily; "the two look into each other's eyes in a psychedelic mix of animated styles.
In theseason 4 finale of The Magiciansthe cast sings the song in a style of a hymn to honor their deceased friend. This version of the song is a slower tempo and features a piano and a single acoustic guitar accompanying the voice, without the synths and drums of the original. The song was featured in Deadpool 2 in a scene towards the end. The song can also be found on the film's soundtrack.
The original version of the song is also featured nearer to the beginning of the film. An alternative video for the song's international release that contained only the stadium aisle footage was also released. In Concert! The music video was directed by Stuart Gosling. It features A1 entering the computer world by putting on virtual reality glasses after finding Take Me about a deadly computer virus. After flying for a distance, they find the virus and destroy it, saving the world.
On 27 Augustfellow Norwegian musician Kygo released a remixed version via iTunes to help promote the rollout of the Apple Music streaming service. His version foregoes the iconic keyboard riffs and instead features a new one. The remix preserves Harket's original vocals albeit with processing effects and a different arrangement. A cover by D. Wallach was featured in the film La La Land. Wallach makes an appearance as the lead singer of a s pop cover band that features Sebastian Wilder, one of the film's two protagonists.
American rock band Weezer included a cover version of the song in their covers compilation The Teal Album. An accompanying music video was released on 12 Februaryin which rock band Calpurnia —led by frontman Finn Wolfhard "Mike" in the Netflix original series Stranger Thingshere, playing a younger version of Weezer's own frontman, Rivers Cuomo.
The video, set in in the "Cuomo Residence", shows Wolfhard as Cuomo and the rest of Calpurnia, lip-syncing to the song while "rehearsing" it in the residence's living room. Near Take Me end of the video, Wolfhard is shown sitting at a desk in his Take Me, scribbling possible names for his new band on a page of a notebook the name Weezer is shown as option No.
He then turns the page to draw what would become Weezer's band logo. The video also features some scenes of Calpurnia Take Me, filmed with the rotoscoping technique that made the original A-ha video famous. Released on Spinnin' Records in the EDM and deephouse style, it was accompanied by an official music video.
There was a successful "Perfect LUM! X Remix " released. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. A 23 second sample from "Take On Me", featuring Harket's high-pitched falsetto, with a backing track that mixes acoustic and electric guitars and electronic instrumentation.
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