Put two ladies' men with sweet vocals together on one track and it's like Christmas to your ears.
Ron Burgundy (Will Ferrell) and Robin Thicke have put their talents together to create the ultimate collaboration for the Anchorman: The Legend Continues soundtrack (in stores Dec. 17, one day before the highly anticipated flick hits theaters).
The handsome pair covered Christopher Cross' 1980's hit "Ride Like the Wind," with each star providing different skills to the track. Robin lent his perfect vocal execution while Ferrell, er, Burgundy contributed random commentary throughout the song that doesn't always make sense but it's entertaining.
Oh, and we can't forget the flute solo.
Reminding us of his musical talents, Ron whipped out his "three feet of polished nickel, valves and my sweet breath" for an unforgettable instrumental showdown.
But not before exclaiming, "That's right, folks, when Ron Burgundy rides, he rides like the wind. Not like a Subaru or a golf cart. Like the goddarn wind! Powerful and slick and invisible," then asks the ladies listening at home if they "feel that draft up your skirt? That's me. OK, that was creepy. Sorry," and admits he just smoked "a funny cigarette" with "this Robin Thicke guy."
Burgundy will reportedly sing the duet with the original singer, Cross, live on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Dec. 19.
Now, before you listen to this single on loop while drinking some scotchy scotch scotch, here's the complete track list for the Anchorman soundtrack:
"A Message From Ron Burgundy"
"Ride Like The Wind," Christopher Cross
"Change," John Waite
"Ladykillers," Ron Burgundy & Brian Fantana
"Every 1′s A Winner," Hot Chocolate
"Shilo," Neil Diamond
"Life Isn't A Fairy Tale," Ron Burgundy & Walter Burgundy
"White Lines," Grandmaster & Melle Mel
"This Is It," Kenny Loggins
"Another Message From Ron Burgundy"
"Thunder Island," Jay Ferguson
"Doby" – Ron Burgundy
"Whammy Chicken," Champ Kind
"I'd Really Love To See You Tonight," England Dan & John Ford Coley
"Muskrat Love," Captain & Tennille
"RV Reminiscing," Ron Burgundy & Brick Tamland
"Lonesome Billy," Peter Tevis & Ennio Morricone
"Have An American Night," Ron Burgundy
"Hold Your Head Up," Argent
Ride Like The Wind," Robin Thicke & Ron Burgundy
"A Final Message From Ron Burgundy"