What is the proper way to eulogize a dumpling establishment shuttered (temporarily!) by the Health Department for producing its food in a back alley filled with rats and a kitchen filled with cockroaches? Why, amass a collection of crappy Yelp photos and create a slideshow backed to Phil Collins' "You'll Be In My Heart." Duh. What did YOU have in mind?
Did you know the song was originally penned for the 1999 Disney animated feature Tarzan? According to Wikipedia:
The song, originally called "Lullaby" is used in a scene when Tarzan's adoptive gorilla mother Kala sings that her baby should stop crying because she will protect her baby, and keep him safe and warm. She says everything will be fine and she tells him that "you will be in my heart always". The song is about "how love is a bond that cannot be broken.
This storyline, of course, is perfectly applicable—perhaps even parallel—to this situation. Just substitute Kala's love for her adopted human child for a drunken college student's love for an affordable late night option for roach dumplings. Or something. Anyway, it's at least as good a mashup as the Chandelier dog.