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FIAT 500 L Italian Invasion Commercial Song Children of the Revolution by T. Rex.


This is the commercial ad of FIAT 500 L. this commercial was released in June 20th 2013 in United States under the titled of “Italian Invasion.”

Just imagine how different America might have been if the Italians had invaded instead of the British. When the all-new, bigger FIAT 500L shows up, things get a whole lot more fun.

The identity of the actor appearing in the commercial is also not known. If, by any chance, there is anyone out there with information about this actor, please comment!

The song which was used in the commercial ad of FIAT 500 L is “Children of the Revolution” by the British rock band T. Rex written by Marc Bolan released on 1972. For those of you who like this song “Children of the Revolution”, you can download it from Amazon or Itunes.

Fiat 500L Italian Invasion
FIAT 500 L: Italian Invasion Commercial
Song: Children of the Revolution by T. Rex
Buy the song on Amazon or Itunes here.

This is the lyrics that is used in the commercial ad.
Yeah!
But you won’t fool the children of the revolution
No way hey
wow…

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