As I listen to this lead song for Funkilicious Fridays this October 22nd, I have a question of my own: Are the two really mutually exclusive?
I have yet to be at a club dancing, looked at an attractive girl, and wondered: Is she human or is she a dancer? I wondered other things, but they were along other lines entirely
Be that as it may, I respect the fact The Killers want to ask this question, especially when they find themselves with vital signs and cold hands on their knees looking for the answer.
Here’s my question: Is this a great song to start off Funkilicious Fridays? Answer: Indubitably!
The Killers: Are We Human or Are We Dancers Video
While inspired by The Killers to create a Funkilicious Fridays dedicated to answering questions, I thought it might be a challenge to find songs with question-based titles. Alas, this is the Internet world, and people want to know everything. Take a look…What Songs Have Questions in Their Title? The challenge now is to limit this list to funkilicious songs or, as Miriam Webster defines it–songs that make you want to get off your ass!
And what better question to continue with than…
Bob Marley Is This Love Video
Bob Marley Could You Be Loved Video
Though Bob Marley has probably never been compared to Pringles, allow me this: I can’t just have one of either. Could You Be Loved is one of the greatest songs of all time. The answer is yes, always yes. You can be loved…just make sure you’re open to it!
The Human League: Don’t You Want Me Baby Video
This song truly belongs on any Funkilicious question song list, if there are any others out there. I know you…you remember this one from back in the day…when you were working as a waitress in a cocktail bar…
Be mindful though, if you ever need to answer the question, “Don’t You Want Me Baby?”, you probably already know the answer.
Regrettably, we have to narrow this list to five. We could go on ad infinitum with funkilicious questions, but we have found a final funky question to get your weekend started.
Men At Work Who Can It Be Now Video
Who can it be now? Pssst…it’s me…Funkilicious Fridays…just letting you know the weekend is here. Take a long lunch, drink a lot, and get ready to get your get on!
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