Madonna: Into the Groove Meaning
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Song Released: 1985
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anonymous May 14th, 2014 5:27pm report
It's about seducing and literally about dancing.
anonymous Jan 17th, 2014 1:33pm report
and "Dancing here all by myself" is a metaphor for masturbation, the alternative if the boy in question does not "get into the groove"
anonymous Sep 11th, 2013 9:36pm report
The song to me suggests sex. The groove seems to be the female half.
Observe the chorus:
You've got to get into the groove,
Boy you've got to prove your love to me.
Music can be such a revelation,
Dancing can be a sweet sensation.
Dancing is a metaphor for sex.
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