Hamlet's last words were "The rest is silence".
Perhaps the epitaph for Moo will be "It was all just dopamine"?
And the theme music could be "Whats Love Got to Do With It?" by Tina Turner
The backstory to this song is a message of hope for all of us. It was not easy for Miss Turner to create it. Truth is painful as hell.
I cannot agree that this is an "anti love song". It is an anti abusive relationship song which kidnaps and exploits love and loyalty, making it hard to escape - and find genuine love.
"This was Tina Turner's comeback song. She first hit the pop charts with her husband Ike in 1960, and their biggest hit came in 1971 with a cover of "Proud Mary." After enduring years of spousal abuse, Tina split from Ike in the mid-'70s and her career was in limbo until this song thrust her back in the spotlight 13 years after "Proud Mary." More hit singles followed, cementing her status as a music icon. >>
"She balked at recording it, but had the good sense to defer to her manager, Roger Davies, who was engineering her comeback and was sure the song would be a hit.
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