Everybody...go listen to this song Don't Stop The Dance by Bryan Ferry unless you're sick of the campy 80's (in which case I'd still think of you as perfectly sane). It's from his album Boys and Girls which features the ever flirtatious tune Slave To Love. I used to be a Bryan Ferry and Roxy Music fan.
'Don't Stop the Dance' is a song I often listen to when I'm feeling a bit upset or low. It has such a 80's feel to it: hold your melancholy; walk down the pavement and go into the bar; drink and talk to someone or no one; lose yourself in this cool, cool night. Don't lose the music. Don't stop the dance even if it means losing your senses. The game never ends--there's always a new one around the corner.
And now, take a look at these trees. Tell me if you have seen sadder looking trees anywhere in this world; I'll take note and try to make my way there one day. Trees are my allies like stones and statues are my alter-egoes. Tonight for once I have turned into mud. It's my new disappearance which you can throw to the side.
Tomorrow I'll be the Iron Girl. Bring me my armor.