By ANTHONY LOWE
“Dance, it’s all I wanna do, so won’t you dance/I’m standing here with you, why won’t you move.” Something exciting has happened. The first single from the much-anticipated Kylie album Aphrodite debuted on radio i Friday.
All the Lovers is a dancefloor hands-in-the-air pop track written and co-produced by Jim Eliot, Mima Stilwell and Stuart Price. “All the lovers that have gone before, they don’t compare to you.”
This song is destined to be a number one hit. It has wonderful lyrics, soft sensual vocals and beautiful uplifting sounds that have all the hallmarks of a dancefloor anthem.
I love this song already. It instantly returned me to the Hordern and the RHI in a magical flashback that had me dancing with my friends under the mirror ball with big smiles.
“Feel, can’t you see there’s so much here to feel deep inside your heart, you know I’m real.”
This track stirs up memories of all my lovers who have gone before. Some of them are still here on earth: some of them on the big dancefloor up in the sky!
I can’t wait to get on a dancefloor and listen to this song with a great sound system. I am already humming the tune and know the lyrics.
Music is meant to make you feel, and that can be happy or sad — or in this case, a little of both at the same time. Who knows, I just might find a lover on the dancefloor singing my heart out to this song! Because that is where I have found all my other lovers who have gone before!

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