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One of my favorite bands of the 1980’s era is the B-52’s.They produced some of the most entertaining tracks filled with pepping rhythms, intellectually stimulated lyrics, and fantastic vocals – sung by lead singers Fred Schneider, Cindy Wilson and Kate Pierson.The “Are You Going To San Francisco” 1960’s world of the long haired hippee woman was now the “I’ll Tumble For Ya” world sung by a long haired man with makeup named Boy George.And the station I listened to most in the 1980’s was local Providence radio station 95.5, WBRU.Then came the 1970s, and publications like the appeared in newspaper racks.They enabled people to post, and respond to, ads for potential relationships.The 1980’s was a transitional decade in music from the rock and roll 1960’s to the disco heavy 1970’s.
Yikes.“Da Ya Think I'm Sexy” by Rod Stewart is not only a song everyone knows, but it's bound to get stuck in your match's head.
Remember the song, “Escape” (The Pina Colada Song)?
It captured, in a humorous way, one man’s venture into personal ads, and a surprise outcome.
For example, one time, I said I was looking for an extremely serious relationship and was ready to have kids ASAP. If you're stuck on what to say in your dating app bio (like I am, most the time), then maybe some song lyrics will do the trick instead.
I never know what is too much or too little information, and typically, I tend to be a little too sarcastic and scare guys off.
“It highlights how dating apps have influenced the modern day hook up and dating culture."Despite the focus on the new, the lyrics actually make several poignant connections to the timeless struggles of searching for companionship.