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Gang of Four, "Damaged Goods"
When the mortal flaw in a dying relationship isn't the sex--when in fact the sex is still amazingly good and is perhaps getting better as a result of the emotions collapsing around it--big trouble surely cometh. (Or big fun, depending on how twisted you like to kink.) Either way, it takes a hefty amount of willpower to let repulsion rule over attraction, prompting the coveted clean break.
And it takes a band like Gang of Four to make this situation feel danceable. In the band's classic "Damaged Goods," we encounter the song's narrator as he prepares to dump his love. "Your kiss so sweet/Your sweat so sour," he agonizes. "Sometimes I'm thinking that I love you/But I know it's only lust." Poor, snotty British guy. "The change will do you good," he sings over and over in a happy, good-riddance sort of way, buoyed by Dave Allen's funk-punk basslines.
Goodbye here is a herky-jerky freedom dance, which is almost as good as sex.http://citypages.com/databank/23/1106/article...