"Dawn Of A New Day" sounds much better than "Plymouth: Only 34 Years To Go," though of course Chrysler's marketers at the time had no idea that the Plymouth brand would barely outlive the current century. What we have here is the '67 Belvedere (a "whale of a lot of car for the money"), the "rich-looking compact" '67 Valiant and the '67 Fury, whose "beauty and luxury make it hard to believe you're in the low-price field." Hmm, for a minute there we were thinking we were actually listening to Chrysler's most recent "new day" marketing campaign. Well, except without the animated kid, of course.
The Arc of Plymouth as related in song:
A dawn of a new day for Plymouth - '67 Plymouth TV ad
Why can't we be friends - War
When I'm 64 - Beatles
Misunderstanding - Genesis
Don't let the sun go down on me - Elton John
Spirit in the sky Norman Greenbaum
Requiem - Mozart
Next up; The Life of Mercury performed as an interpretive dance.