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April 30, 2016 / Posted by:

Sybil!

Every time I see the name “Sybil,” I immediately think of the TV movie that scarred me as a child, where Sally Field has 16 personalities and gets brutally abused by her mom (let’s not even get into that enema and broom scene). But Sybil is also the name of a singer from New Jersey who put out a few albums in the 80s and 90s, and got her biggest hits thanks to Dionne Warwick. Sybil did a cover of “Walk On By,” which I didn’t know about until this morning. The cover of hers I know best is “Don’t Make Me Over.” It came out in 1989 and it played on the radio all the damn time. Burt Bacharach, who co-wrote the song, probably added a big addition to his house using all the money he made from Sybil’s cover.

The video is also pure late-80s and early-90s. It’s got shadow dancing, the Running Man, Hammer pants, vests and chunky dangling earrings from Charlotte Russe. In the late-80s, if you weren’t dancing in dim lighting in front of a white backdrop or behind a white scrim thing, you weren’t dancing at all.

While going through the comments under Sybil’s masterpiece on YouTube, I read a truly touching one. This song was the soundtrack for some special childhood moments:

remember my moms whooped my ass in JC Penny’s in 1989 while this was playing lol

Wikipedia says that Sybil (born name: Sybil Lynch) still performs, but she mostly works as a teacher. If Professor Sybil teaches a course on how to master the art of shadow dancing, sign me up!

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