Lucky people on board Royal Caribbean’s The Oasis of the Seas cruise ship next week will get to enjoy a Total Eclipse Cruise, with entertainment by Bonnie Tyler singing her 1983 hit “Total Eclipse of the Heart” just as the moon covers the sun.

Total solar eclipse to be serenaded by Bonnie Tyler

It doesn’t get much better than this. As reported by Rolling Stone, the cruise ship will be positioned perfectly to capture the moment the moon covers the sun, with Tyler singing her appropriate song as it happens.

Tyler did say there was a problem relating to the length of the song, as she has been told the solar eclipse event will last two minutes and 40 seconds and that "Total Eclipse of the Heart" is much longer than that.

She said the song needed to be “chopped about” to make it fit the event. Tyler will be backed the Joe Jonas’ pop band DNCE for the concert on Monday, August 21st, with the week-long Total Eclipse Cruise leaving Orlando for the Caribbean the day before.

Song that launched Bonnie Tyler's career

Tyler’s “Total Eclipse of the Heart” was written and produced by Jim Steinman and was released on Tyler’s fifth record album, “Faster than the Speed of Night” back in 1983. The song went on to top the Billboard Hot 100 and has been popular ever since, especially with karaoke aficionados.

Tyler herself never expected the success she achieved with the song, which launched her success, but now says its staying power is due to its evergreen quality.

The Welsh singer says it is a song you often hear on the radio, even if there is no eclipse happening at the time and always seems to pop up with various contestants on the regular talent shows, like “Britain’s Got Talent” and the “X Factor.”

Song’s popularity surges during eclipses

However according to a report by Time, the song’s popularity particularly increases around eclipses.

According to their report, Spotify had seen a 75 percent surge in streaming of the song following the Total Solar Eclipse in March 2016. YouTube views of the “Total Eclipse of the Heart” VEVO music video are currently sitting on more than 303 million.

Tyler hasn’t been sitting on her laurels, so to speak, as her singing career of several decades has taken her all over the world, with her latest tour being in Eastern Europe, New Zealand and South America.

When TIME asked if Tyler was worried about getting seasick on the Total Eclipse Cruise, or being put off when the eclipse occurs, she told them she owns a ship and goes “with the flow” and that she isn’t worried about anything like that.

While not everyone will be lucky enough to enjoy the Total Eclipse Cruise, everyone from Oregon to South Carolina will get a chance to view the totality of the rare total solar eclipse on August 21st and watch as the moon gradually completely covers the sun. Outside the direct path, others will reportedly experience a partial eclipse.