WATCH: Fleetwood Mac Scores Silly Amazon Super Bowl Ad

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Let's all be glad we can't read each other's minds - as Amazon's star-studded Super Bowl LVI ad showcased.

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The clip featured real-life couple Scarlett Johansson and Colin Jost imagining if their Alexa device could read minds. Hilarity (and embarrassing situations) unsurprisingly ensue, from commentary on morning breath to exaggerated dinner party offerings. Funniest of all might be when the SNL star asks his wife if doing on-screen "love scenes with hot guys" is enjoyable; her reaction gets scored by a needledrop of Fleetwood Mac's "Little Lies."

READ MORE: April 1987: Fleetwood Mac's Classic Lineup Bows Out Big with "Tango in the Night"

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The Christine McVie sung "Little Lies" was, of course, the biggest hit from 1987's Tango in the Night, the last LP to feature the "classic" quintet line-up of the legendary band. A Top 5 on both sides of the Atlantic, it was the band's ninth and final U.S. Top 10 hit.

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