Nope movie: THAT creepy song everybody talks about

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Nope is the third movie directed by Jordan Peele, after Get Out and Us, released in July 2022. The film caught quite some attention, as people like to watch the enigmatic, dark visions born by the American director. And as usual, the movie soundtrack is full of exciting details, and people are curious to know more about the songs they hear while watching. One of the most curious presences is a slowed-down, creepy song from the 80s in a new, scary version. Let’s discover it together.

You can watch the official trailer of Nope movie here on Youtube.

What’s that creepy song in Nope movie?

There are many fascinating, dark songs able to scare in Nope movie. One of the most effective is the Jean Jacket Mix of Sunglasses At Night by Corey Hart. You can find the streaming below.

Watch this video on YouTube.

Sunglasses At Night is probably one of the most famous and beloved songs of the 80s. You can watch the original music video by Corey Hart here. The original version is much faster and less creepy (obviously), but it still has a particular dark soul that can be found even in the enigmatic lyrics. You can read the main lines below:

I wear my sunglasses at night
So I can, so I can
Watch you weave then breathe your story lines

And I wear my sunglasses at night
So I can, so I can
Keep track of the visions in my eyes

While, she’s deceiving me
It cuts my security
Has she got control of me?
I turn to her and say

Don’t switch the blade on the guy in shades, oh no
Don’t masquerade with the guy in shades, oh no
I can’t believe it
‘Cause you’ve got it made with the guy in shades, oh no

What’s the lyrics meaning of Sunglasses at Night?

There have been many speculations over the years about the song’s real meaning. Somebody claims the song is about “a totalitarian society that made everyone wear their sunglasses at night.” On the other side, many believe it’s about a man who loves a woman and looks at her behind his sunglasses, hoping she won’t think he’s a creep. And, after all, there are many theories according to which the song is about drugs.

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