Two kings of the indie dancefloor unite for a warm, timeless take on 20th century pop and rock
Walk Of Life
Suggestive of the kind of person who screams "Look at my nice new dress!!!" at people's funerals...
Also includes the splendid contradiction in terms "I don't want to talk about myself". A line which, even if it did make any sense, would suggest the kind of person who screams "Look at my nice new dress!!!" at people's funerals.
'Walk Of Life' lacks the excitement of 'Day & Night' and the perviness of 'Something Deep Inside' but sounds nicely as if its overall concept was copied from the back of the same fag packet discarded somewhere in the Swedish wilderness.
Actually maybe that's what the video's about. Maybe Max Martin has sent an angry fax to Billie's record label going "While I was out getting pissed the other night I had a great idea for a Britney b-side but was so out of my tree that I lost it", demanding its return. And Billie's looking for it.
Then again, maybe not.
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