My Eternal Song
|My Eternal Song|
|Date Posted||June 15th, 2007|
|Description|| I've been on a spiritual retreat these last few weeks, but every day I move one step closer to the goal. Hmmmmmm|
|Location(s)|| The Hymn of One seminar location|
|YouTube Tags||nikkibowerreport nikki lonelygirl15 danielbeast jonastko song hymn of one|
|Producer(s)|| Amanda Goodfried|
|Director(s)|| Amanda Goodfried|
|Camera|| Amanda Goodfried|
|Vidplay|| Amanda Goodfried|
|Story|| Amanda Goodfried and Alli Danziger|
|Editor(s)|| Amanda Goodfried|
|Music|| The Hymn by Kevin Schlanser|
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|Directly after|| "Like A Virgin"|
|Directly before||"Going Home"|
(She smells a bright pink rose)
(Cuts to Nikki playing a recorder poorly.)
(Cuts to Nikki dancing down a set of brick stairs.)
(Nikki spins in circles.)
(Nikki skips down a brick road. Cuts to a baby in a stroller and two children being rolled in a wagon. Cuts to two men walking in white dress shirts and black pants. Cuts to a man in a Watcher uniform walking up a set of stairs. Cuts to Nikki smelling the rose. Cuts to Nikki standing in front of a podium.)
(Nikki plays a kazoo.)
(Cuts to Nikki meditating.)
(Nikki sways back and forth while playing an instrument. The words "The Hymn of One is FUN!" appear on screen.)
- The first letters of the selected lyrics can be put together to make the following hidden message: "HEY IT'S ME NIKKI B I'M UNDERCOVER."
- Almost all of the lines Nikki says are direct quotes from popular 1980's songs. Exceptions are the lines from "The Sound of Silence," which was released in 1965, and "Hit Me With Your Best Shot" -- from which comes the quote "Knock me down, it's all in vain" -- that, although popular in 1980, was actually recorded and released in 1979. "I Think We're Alone Now," while originally released in 1967 by Tommy James & the Shondells, was covered by Tiffany in 1987 (becoming a Number 1 hit).
- On the kazoo, Nikki plays part of the refrain of "Footloose."
- This was shot in UCLA's Dickson Plaza. The white folding chairs are set up for a commencement ceremony.