As the U.K. faces a third lockdown, the Marsh Family is back with a reimagined version of Bonnie Tyler’s hit song “Total Eclipse of the Heart,” which they call, “Total Fixed Where We Are.” They had previously sung a reinterpretation of “One Day More” from Les Miserables with the lyrics changed to tell the story of the family’s life in lockdown.
“Still stuck with all four kids at home until at least 8 March, and watching to see what impact the rollout of vaccines will have, versus the arrival of new strains of COVID-19,” the family wrote in a description of their video on YouTube.
“Hopefully we’re going to turn a corner soon. In the meantime, we opted to take the mickey out of a classic 80s power ballad. This is our parody version of Jim Steinman’s 1983 ‘Total Eclipse of the Heart’ most famously recorded by Bonnie Tyler.”