I do love Hall and Oates, but for the record – the Wikipedia page for this song is way too long.
I love H+O because they know how to kick out a beat. That strong tom and kick drum really get the heart thumping. The original version of this song, recorded only a few years before this version was released, has the male subject of the song refusing the advances of a prostitute – “Leave me alone, I’m a family man.” How ever, in this version, the man realizes he’s down for some pay time in pleasure town, but unfortunately the hooker has left.
First. World. Problems. Brought to you by Hall and Oates.
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