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First Look: Perry Farrell’s ‘Twilight’ Song

"It's the idea of going all the way," the Jane's Addiction frontman explains of the sexually charged video.

William Goodman // December 12, 2008

As Twilight fans already know, Lollapalooza founder and flamboyant Jane’s Addiction frontman Perry Farrell contributed a new tune to the vampire blockbuster’s chart-topping soundtrack. “Go All the Way (Into the Twilight)” is a catchy, synth-heavy tune, in which Farrell and his wife, Etty, trade some steamy lyics: “I’m going to let you have it like you’ve never had before / So take me / Take me / Take me…

And with song’s just-released video, the couple bring their sexual energy to the screen. “This [movie] is about a young man and a young woman. [Edward] wants to go all the way in his heart, but his head is saying no. [Bella] wants to go all the way in her heart and in her head,” Farrell told MTV.com of the song’s inspiration. “It’s the idea of going all the way.”

Below, watch a clip from “Go All the Way (Into the Twilight)” and leave your thoughts in the comment section.

Watch: Perry Farrell, “Go All the Way (Into the Twilight)”