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Rod Stewart's Old Music Video Is Seriously Creepy

Rod Stewart has been around for what seems like forever. He has iconic hair, has been knighted and is a general music legend.

One thing that is less than amazing, is this old music video for the song "Tonight's The Night [Gonna Be Alright]" that he made in 1976. It is definitely creepy.

So, first of all, this premise is the worst. He is singing at at girl, but randomly looks directly into the camera and sings to that. Second, he starts striping on the couch. Why are you doing this Rod?

He also doesn't know how to hand someone a drink. She goes to grab it, and then he just takes it back and stares into the camera.

And the lyrics! Wow! A small sampling:

Don't say a word my virgin childJust let your inhibitions run wildThe secret is about to unfoldUpstairs before the night's too old

You really have to watch this music video. It is one of those train wrecks you just can't look away from.

Who thought this would be a good idea?

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