Oh, I know what it is my man, I did my time in purgatory. I scored a couple of cardboard standups from my local comic store at one point, which I still have somewhere. A McFarlane Hobgoblin and a Buscema Wolverine. Sun-faded a bit, but very cool. They had pride of place in my room until I moved out for uni.
I used to hear the first few bars of this song constantly during the 80s because it was used in an anti drink-driving advert on TV. The song faded away to the sight of a man in ICU struggling to live. Even without those visuals, it's impactful.
A GI Joe / Alf crossover with caber tossing wouldn't even look out of place on the TV show. Really, it's shocking that there isn't a kilt wearing joe from the late eighties that comes with a real wooden caber and bagpipes.