Yodeling in My Head

Ask El Gorto
Dear El Gorto,
 
I can’t get this yodeling out of my head. 
 
Yodeadodoyodeadodoyodeadodoyodeadodo
yodeadodoyodeadodoyo-bab-baaaaa
Ahhhhhh-aaahhhh-aaaaaa-aaaaAAA!
Ohhhhhh-ooohhh-oooooo-oooOOO! 
 
I listened to Hocus Pocus by the group Focus. Swear to God, that is the name of the group and song.
 
Here is the link, but I warn you it is like watching that video in the movie The Ring or sleeping with that dude in It Follows.
 
(About a minute in, it all begins, and never ends).
What’s a guy to do?
 
Desperately yours,
Von Trapped
 
Dear Von Trapped,
 
Your reference to The Ring is lost on me. I don’t like all that Wagnerian fantasy world crap with little people. And It Follows?
 
The last decent film I saw was Delta Force featuring Lee Marvin. Now that was a movie and that was an actor. I doubt he’d have any issue with yodeling.
 
In fact, when I don’t hear yodeling, I get nervous.
 
You might just have a bizarre case of tinnitus. I had a dog that couldn’t get the Theme song from WKRP in Cincinnati out of his head. We had to put him down.
 
I recommend you fill your head with some other sort of sound. If it doesn’t drive you postal, try the theme from Claude Lelouch’s “Un Homme et Une Femme” movie. Give it a try and the yodeling will go away.

Theme Song from a Man and a Woman
 
Yours,
El Gorto