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    May 9, 2014, 05:26 AM
    Music video from ?mid 90s? Dance music, teddy bears picnic
    It was a stop frame animation video, not great quality, scene was a park I think, with teddy bears and maybe other toys having a picnic which degenerated into drinking, taking drugs, having group sex and fighting, maybe stabbing etc. The sun in the sky was singing I think, maybe just a chorus bit. I saw this one time on perhaps mtv ages ago and never since, been searching on t'interweb every now and then to no avail.

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