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McConaughey 'Dazed and Confused' again in new music video

Alright, alright, alright indeed.

Matthew McConaughey may be getting older, but just like high school girls, his character Wooderson from "Dazed and Confused" stays the same age.

McConaughey reprises his role from Richard Linklater's 1993 film with a starring spot in the new music video for "Synthesizers" by Butch Walker and the Black Widows.

Check out Wooderson in slow-mo, lip syncing as he walks through a club: "I can still get down like, Duran Duran in 1985" and "I can still get down like, Frank Poncherello on a motorbike." Sporting his signature white tee, shaggy blond hair and mustache, the video practically recreates Wooderson's Emporium entrance scene (below) from the stoner cult classic.

The song's chorus asks, "Once in your life, won't you do what feels right?" We're glad McConaughey did what felt right by signing on to make this video.

Here are a couple clips from "Dazed" to refresh your memory about the greatness that was Wooderson. And feel free to discuss it all further over on Facebook.