Style: Pop Rock. Powered by CITE. Missing lyrics by Bonnie Tyler? Know any other songs by Bonnie Tyler? Don't keep it to yourself! Add it Here. Create a new account. Log In. Total Eclipse of the Heart. Faster Than the Speed of Night. Have You Ever Seen the Rain? You ready? The screenplay for this music video was written by Jim Steinman and he also produced and co-directed it. The video opens with some exposition from an elderly woman with a British accent. She speaks of her past - she was a singer and owner of a club called The Dive in an area called The Deep End, and this music video reflects what happened in her past - at the turn of the 21st century, during a time of warfare.
The video then cuts and widens full-screen as the song begins. We see a dark If You Were A Woman (And I Was A Man) - Bonnie Tyler - Definitive Collection full of people, some nuns in the background, a boy in a black leather jacket and his dog.
One man in the alley with "DIVE" painted on his forehead pulls another along on a chain, presumably a slave. We then cut to a dressing room in a club - Bonnie Tyler sits in front of a mirror, reading a newspaper - one headline: "City under siege". At this point we realise: the Bonnie Tyler character is the elderly woman's flashback to the past she described earlier. The boy seen earlier with the dog begins running down the stairs and yells to Bonnie "Hey! It's showtime doll, showtime!
You ready, you ready, you ready? It then returns The Gates Of Lost Horizon - Umbra Mortis - Darkness Victory a different woman - in red, opening a door and inviting us in: Al Martino - Painted, Tainted Rose Welcome to The Dive!
You won't believe your eyes! Or any other part of your body! This section here, is for colors only! And that section, is for black and white! There are dancers everywhere. The colors section does contain mainly people of color, some in tribal costumes and paint.
The black and white section does too, but also contains people in centuries-old European clothes, in the same tribal paint - think Adam Ant. There are also semi naked muscular men, some caught like flies in a giant spider web, dozens of feet high. Bonnie Tyler is lowered from If You Were A Woman (And I Was A Man) - Bonnie Tyler - Definitive Collection ceiling, singing, past the spider web, and everyone stops dancing. As she continues to sing, we see both sections of the room - half monochrome and half color - and people dance freely from one side to the other, crossing over and gaining or losing color as they cross over.
Bonnie sings in black and white, an enormous cloth falls from behind her and with it, color invades the whole room. Everyone starts dancing again. Outside in the alley again, a gang of heavily armed girls corner a man who was just standing there, slap him to the ground, point a gun at him and force lipstick on him.
The sound of a bomb whistling and landing is heard, and we see the If You Were A Woman (And I Was A Man) - Bonnie Tyler - Definitive Collection alley erupt with fire, explosions. Medics run with a stretcher, and nuns tend the injured. Meanwhile, in the club, Bonnie continues to sing and women cheer surround a pit of mud which contains four men who are tied together in pairs mud-wrestling.
A man resembling the character Rambo glides into the room on a zip wirelanding on a raised platform. Bonnie and everyone behind her men and women raise Venus symbols at him. He begins to look worried, something moves and bulges under his skin, he tries to push it down, but it rips his skin open, and an arm begins to reach out of him mouth.
His head explodes and he transforms into a shocked Marilyn Monroe lookalike. Going Through the Motions. Straight from the Heart. No Way The Night Of The Bonesaw - Sinners Burn - Disturbing Creatures Treat a Lady. Before This Night Is Through.
Notes from America. Don't Turn Around. Save Up All Your Tears. Take Another Look at Your Heart. Streets of Little Italy. Michael J. Hidden City Flyer Ticke…. David Gagne.
One Day. Bonnie Tyler.
I Wanna Be Black - Lou Reed - The Definitive Collection, Wish You Were Here - Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here, Given Gate - Chris Weisman - Maya Properties (Volume One), Good-Bye Sweet John (In Memory Of John Foster: Pianist) - Charles Sullivan - Genesis, The Jack - AC/DC - Flick Of The Switch & High Voltage, Line - Glide - Open Up And Croon, The Death Of Jacek Soplica - Andrzej Kurylewicz - Film Music, Ornithology - Bud Powell - Ornithology - Trio Performances From Birdland: 1953, Oh Marie - Sheryl Crow - Sheryl Crow, The Greatest Wave - Pillow Fight Club - About Face And Other Constants