'All Of The Prices Have Gone Up' - Meat Loaf Parody
'All Of The Prices Have Gone Up (But We Can’t Pay That)' - a Meat Loaf classic adapted by the Marsh Family.
"This is our tribute to the larger-than-life legends of music, entertainment,
film and Wagnerian rock opera who tragically passed away during the pandemic:
Jim Steinman and Meat Loaf.
Steinman wrote "I'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That)" for his long-time
collaborator, and it was originally recorded in 1993 - featuring on the album
Bat Out of Hell II: Back into Hell.
The whole track is built on the sensational presence and incredible voice of Meat Loaf,
who broke the mold when it came to rock tenors and combining fierce passion with tongues
in cheek, character, and a sense of humour.
Our adaptation is the best we could do to channel some of those vibes in our living room,
and turn the song into a topical parody that addresses the alarming 'cost of living' crisis
that is hitting ordinary people around the world, facing rising costs and squeezes on incomes.
It is intended in the spirit of tribute, humour, compassion, and solidarity -
with hopes that we will get to the other side as soon as possible and with as little
damage as possible."
The Marsh Family
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