From 1977, here's hirsute balladeer Dan Hill and his ahead-of-its-time ode to anti-spasmodic drugs, "Sometimes When We Touch."
Sadly, this was actually co-written by the otherwise great Barry Mann, half of the immortal Mann-Weill songwriting team, the fine folks responsible for "Kicks," "We Gotta Get Out of This Place" and numerous other Brill Building classics.
In any case, as is customary, a coveted PowerPop No-Prize will be awarded to the first reader who divines the clip's relevance to Friday's Weekend Listomania.
Oh, and pardon the shameless blogwhore, but in my latest Box Office post I reveal the X-Files/Marvin Gaye connection. Remember -- every time you leave a comment over there, an angel gets his wings and I get in better with management.