And Now For Valentine’s Day, This Perfect Cover of “Perfect”

Which, for the record (heh), I think is a better version than the original, not in the least because the instrumentation is more on point for the song, and also for whatever it is that Miss Sunny Holiday is doing over there in the corner during the song (yes, I know about the Sheeran/Beyonce version. I like this one better than that one, too).

I hope you’re having a fine Valentine’s Day.

9 Comments on “And Now For Valentine’s Day, This Perfect Cover of “Perfect””

  1. That is a great version. I just can’t get past the line “you between my arms”. It sounds like a bad translation of English and brings to mind a a Frankenstein’s monster or robot that can’t rotate its arms to hug something. And that makes me sad. Happy V Day!

  2. Thoughts, in order:

    1) WOW.
    2) Not normally a big fan of the 50s nostalgia, but WOW. This works SO WELL.
    3) If Miss Sunny Holiday is the young lass in the white dress who appears to be reading the Bible, well, my money is her Bible is open to the Song of Solomon.
    4) New Epic Sax Guy.
    5) WOW.

    Thank you for sharing this!

  3. Beautiful! On the chance you have not, if you do get an opportunity to see one of the Postmodern Jukebox shows live, take it. I’ve been lucky enough to see them two years in a row and it’s just an incredible show.

  4. Dawn Ross – Topeka, Kansas – I've always had a vivid imagination. As a child, I loved to daydream and make up stories in my head. I later developed a love for fantasy novels as well as mythology and ancient history. This love combined with my own imagination inspired me to write my own fantasy novel. I have since written three fantasy novels, a trilogy called The Dukarian Legacy. I am now working on a sci-fi space opera. The first book is titled StarFire Dragons and just became available on Amazon in 2020.
    Dawn Ross

    I never heard this version. You’re right, it is the best version.

  5. Bookish wallflower removes eyeglasses, hair clip; transforms into sexy siren. Εκεί είσαι Έρως! Yeuch. No complaints otherwise. Happy Valentine’s Day!

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