Anamateur's assignment in independent American filmmaker Lloyd Kaufman's movie was to adjust the director's parody lyrics, in order to match them with the melodies of Saint Säens' "Mon coeur s'ouvre à ta voix" and Dvorak's "Humoresque n. 7" (as arranged by jazz musician Filipe Melo). Anamateur couldn't help it and wrote his own lyrics (after having red the script), transforming Saint Säens' song to "Why is eternal love linked to curing all kinds of stupid constipations?" and Dvorak's one to "Prospero almighty won't you let me eat your ass?". Though these versions were unfortunately not chosen for the final cut, they are at your disposal upon demand...