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Off with like a repetitive. Snare rhythm on drums clean, fun, Qatar licks, the drum intro repeats the base kicks in the baseline grooves and drives the song along with drums. Song has a nice disco groove to it. That is reminiscent of the seventies disco scene. African percussion gets added to the song right past the mental part of the song. And yes the song. Also sounds like it could be something. The daft punk wrote or played on does either way. It's a great way to start off the album high energy all the way through the songs about dancing the night away, while realizing how insane the world has gotten to dance floor has become safer than the outside world. Basically if the world is going to end rather be on the dance floor where they're still fun. Enjoy to be had this the vibe of the of the of the song. And here's the lyrics. You are. Now listening to Sheikh that's. We keep dance into the world falls go on onto a world fall to the world falls down, and we can make the world fall down. Hey, the I I the world has gone mad might be safer on the dance floor so much destruction of path wake up wake up. They're coming back for more. They coming back for more than pre course. It's still real. So let's just rock the floor and live now like tomorrow never comes lose ourselves tonight with no remorse until forever. We keep dancing to the world falls go on onto the world falls down, and we can make the world fall down. Now that the coast is clear, we have no fear where the survivors. Wake up because the data Slama here. A new horizon. Still it's still real. So let's just rock the floor live now tomorrow never comes. Lose ourselves tonight with no remorse. Obi. We keep dancing to the world falls go on onto the world falls down, and we can make the world fall. Now. Let's stop. Let's step out tonight. My feet don't walk. They fly dance on clouds tonight. Yeah. With me natural high. And it's my birthday. I'm just rock my birthday suit. I don't know if I'm doing that on the dance floor. That's that's a bit much saying, I take the shirt and the shoes off the vintage to call that my birthday cool, and I wanna be free wanna feel good to be me me, look, which sensor I'm a king. I got a dream. I might just call up my team and go skydiving off my wing. I feel flyer the Meyer, I know why the caged bird sings 'cause you gotta have a song when the world falls down. You don't wanna be alone. So we just keep dancing. We keep dancing to the world falls go on an onto the world falls down, and we can make the world down. In a bridge. We can go on on and on and on into the world falls down. We can go on and on and on until the world falls down. We keep dancing to the world falls go on and on to the world falls down. We can make the world now. So now also what I want to mention too is that so she was big in the seventies part of the disco funk error, and then all of a sudden come the eighties. People got brand new and disco. Didn't matter the funk was like a bad word. And when it happened, you know, she's career kind of suffered the biggest hits like freak out. But no good times is another big hit of Sheikh now mind you. That was sample by the phenomenal rap group sugar the sugarhill game so rapper's delight is basically than rapid over good times. So she would now Rogers has an important mainstay history and foundation in hip hop. So just want to tell you that. The seventies and eighties produce super producers songwriters now riders Bernard Edwards. Are you know before there was Jimmy.