Last Dance at Homecoming

October 14, 2009 at 9:34 pm 2 comments

I approve.

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  • 1. Stixen  |  October 16, 2009 at 8:49 am

    I dunno – what with the fact that after that, the dance is over – so how is the rest of the night going to be good? And why does that thought make me glad I ‘m not a parent or chaperone?

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  • 2. Mrs. Bees  |  October 16, 2009 at 9:54 am

    I’d agree that it would make more lyrical sense as a first dance, not a last dance. Fortunately, I don’t think most teens actually listen to lyrics, half the time… 🙂

    It does seem to suggest that the “good night” is just about to begin. Compared to much of the music they played, it was pretty mild – I was surprised at how sexual the music selections were, given the strict prohibition on “inappropriate dancing.”

    My approval comes in the form of “I like this song and think it’s a more satisfying conclusion to a dance than a drippy slow dance,” I think. 🙂

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