Tom: Agnetha! You’ve gotta see her! Go insane and out of your mind! …just me?
Tim: That version? Yes, yes it really is just you.
Tom: Hey, it’s a good version. (At least you actually followed the link, though.) Anyway! Agnetha. What’s she got?
Tim: Second single off her solo album (which is really very good indeed, by the way), and it’s away from the ballads and on to the disco floor!
Tom: A quick note for our reader: this advice is not backed up by medical facts.
Tom: Blimey! Everything from the synths to the strings in the background: it’s like it’s taken from the Disco Textbook.
Tim: It’s quite fun, isn’t it? If there’s pain, just dance it all away. Certainly seems to work for Agnetha, as there’s really very little pain here at all – just lots of happy synths rolling up and down, vocals that really do sound like they’re coming for a smiling mouth, and plenty of assurance that ‘he got nothing on you’.
Tom: It’s a good disco track: not a floor-filler by any means, but there’s nothing wrong with it.
Tim: It’s a reassuring message, and, sure, it’s working. I think all my pain has gone.
Tom: Either that or ibuprofen. That say, I wouldn’t be surprised if that middle eight has mild analgesic properties.
Tim: Yes, we can’t overstate this enough – this is only for emotional pain. Dancing to this really isn’t the best way to soothe a headache, or a dislocated shoulder. For that, I’d advise seeing a pharmacist. Or just stick to Riverdance.