I have no practical reason why, but it is bothering me that I can't find this. In the movie, there is a song that plays shortly on the little boy's (Barry) record player. It's during that scene when his mom is asleep and her TV is on - then suddenly Barry's toys power on (firetruck, a toy man who's pants fall down, etc). His little record player turns on and there is a female voice singing something like, "In the shape of a square, if you really want to know." It's one of those children's learning records. If you grew up during those times in the USA, you probably remember this or similar products. I'm on a mission to find this dang song. Why? Heck if I know. But don't worry, what happened to me in my truck at a railroad crossing the other night had nothing to do with it. Nor does the moonburn on the left side of my face.
I've been looking on IMDB and YouTube for clues, but so far no luck. Any ideas? This means something . . . er, I mean, I'm just casually curious.
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