It's automatic anti-originality. The sort of person who thinks, "The world needs another song about love" is by definition the last person capable of saying something new. Which is why Guyz Nite chose an emotional state just as well known, just as widely understood, and even more powerful: "Die Hard Kicks Ass."
This video takes every feel-good song ever written and throws them all out of a 40th-story window. A good song can change your life, and this does that by changing the next seven hours into "Rewatch the entire Die Hard Quadrilogy." Which will still be the best life-advice any song has ever given you. I don't care if you're currently on fire, this song will make you feel good about life. And decide to run into a fuel tanker driven by terrorists.
It elevates a fairly serviceable rock structure into pure joy with the greatest bridge of all time, which rhymes with "Hippies like hay, lover succor," but means the exact opposite. It shouldn't even be possible to sing, "Now we know what the basic gist is," but in this song it not only rhymes, it's an expression of legitimate lyrical genius, working with both the subject material and its relative location in the song. And anything that devotes an entire stanza to killing Ellis is automatically great.
20th Century Fox
Yeah, now you agree with me.