This was one of the very very very first songs that I was enamored with. (Was 9 when this song came out.) Feels so sad to know that an era has ended tonight.
Drugs – there is never a joke around them. When I was studying in Delhi, at least three of my friends, who were all *extremely* gifted people and top scientist material, lost their way after having “tried” drugs. Rest in peace Whitney.
All of us have a conscious or subconscious focus on etymology that serves us well, except at times when it doesn’t! See this video for an example.
Once in a while we come across a phantonym – a word that sounds opposite of what it means. The word “suffrage” is an excellent case in point, even though it wouldn’t qualify as a phantonym. The word root has been lost and the word sounds similar to “suffering” and has a negative ring to it. That combined with the age of the kids, I don’t take the video too seriously, I think it just makes a good joke, that’s all.
A similar confusion exists between bondage (bad) and bonding (good). I know that there is at least some confusion about this topic, because even one of our recent Presidents has said that “Republicans understand the importance of bondage between a mother and child.”
I suspect, that the “top 10 dance songs of all time” is a characteristic more unique than a fingerprint. So, if you don’t agree with my assessment, thank you, thank you, thank you, for supporting my theory. If you don’t find a single song in common with your list, we aren’t even cousins! But I sure hope that you enjoy these songs!
I have tried to understand what “top 10 dance songs” means to me. The best I have come up to is that all of these songs are VERY positive an uplifting. There are many other songs that are routinely played on dance floors, such as “I will survive” by Gloria Gaynor, and sure I enjoy them, but it doesn’t feature anywhere in my top list. Each to their own I guess.
Enjoy – have an awesome day, and leave me a note of which other OBVIOUS song I entirely forgot to include. (How could I do that?)