Dancing breaks out.
Dancing breaks out.

You know how this things go.

A really beautiful day. Great moods. Great music.

You know what happens next. Right? Dancing breaks out. In the streets.

Something like Martha and The Vandellas once sang about. Goes like this.

“Calling out around the world, Are you ready for a brand new beat?
Summer’s here and the time is right
For dancing in the street.
They’re dancing in Chicago,
Down in New Orleans,
In New York City.

All we need is music, sweet music.
There’ll be music everywhere.
There’ll be swinging and swaying and records playing,
Dancing in the street.
Oh, it doesn’t matter what you wear,
Just as long as you are there.
So come on, every guy, grab a girl.
Everywhere around the world
They’ll be dancing.
They’re dancing in the street.”

There’s more. But, you get it.

Sheesh. The song was released in July, 1964. It’s just under 52 years old. Seems like yesterday. Luckily, even though the music has changed a little. It’s still music. And, they’re still dancing. And, that’s the best thing. Music is music. Dancing is dancing. Pictures are pictures.

The pictures. You know the drill. F8 and be there. Or, something like that.

Shake, shake, shake.
Shake, shake, shake.
Twist and shout.
Twist and shout.
Keep on going.
Keep on going.