Fantastic Hey Hey Hey

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Fantastic Hey Hey Hey is a video featuring a female robot singing while in various poses. The origin of the video is unknown.

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The Video


Basic Synopsis

This two minute and thirty one seconds video features nothing but a robot woman eerily singing the words "Fantastic. Hey hey hey!" to the camera in an undisclosed area. Although there are minor camera effects in the short video, the main reason for the uncomfortable feeling most get from watching it comes from the robot itself.

The robot has two poses in the film; standing stiffly, and sitting relaxed. There is also a change of clothes between the two poses.

From 1:47 to 2:00 there is an unexplained change in scenery. The film cuts from the robot to an outside shot of leaves on the ground.

At least one of the videos has COPYRIGHT (C) 2004 JOHN BERGERON and other digital edit signs. However, for my eyes, the first known video was recorded on an analog device, which may mean that the "2004 copyright" is put there for confusion/faked/anything. (Anonymous) Says.

The original video of Fantastic HEY HEY HEY HEY has been discoverd (or at least first documented of discovery known) by DeGhost go to http://www.geocities.ws/androidmusicvideos/ for the original.

Lyrics

Although there is some debate, most believe the robotic voice is singing the words:

I sing fantastic! Hey hey hey! You sing fantastic! Hey hey hey! You are fantastic! Hey hey hey! I sing fantastic. Hey hey hey! (shaply) You sing fantastic. Hey hey hey. run run run run

Please me. Please me. Please me. Please me. Please me. Please me. You are fantastic! Run run run run run run.

(Pause)

I sing fantastic! Hey hey hey! You sing fantastic! Hey hey hey! You are fantastic! Hey hey hey! I sing fantastic. Hey hey hey!

The music does not fade out or show any sign of being complete. This is simply the end of the uploaded video. Creator

No one seems to know exactly what this video is or where it came from. The uploader, musov, claims to have not made the video, and is simply "sharing" it. At this time, the search for a longer version or explanation of the origin of the video is still underway.

Links

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