132 SCORE: 7.112 2015 PLACEMENT: DOWN 29 - 103 of 210 (7.206) HIGHEST SCORE: 10 x 2 (@paperboyfriendd @evilsin) LOWEST SCORE: 2 x 1 (@Up Down Suite) MY SCORE: 7/10 The epitome of a 7/10 song, as can be seen by the absolute dearth of extreme scores. "Push" is good, but let's be honest: when you're dealing with Confessions On A Dance Floor, anything that kind of breaks the reverie and takes its foot off the accelerator is going to be punished somewhat, and this pays the price coming off the high-octane drama of "Isaac" and... kind of brings the album to a crashing halt. I mean it's over with by the next track anyway, but it says a lot about a track when the most notable thing about it is the segue into the next one, which is sublime. There's also a very, very light brush with The Police's "Every Breath You Take" according to some websites, but... I don't really buy it (the step you take/move you make lyrics) as being anything other than incidental given they're just natural ways for the lyric to evolve in this instance. Besides, Miss Sting didn't get jack in terms of a writing credit so I'm guessing Stuart Price and M got away without having to acknowledge it as a sample, as well they should. I... have nothing else to say about this song. It wasn't even used as part of the Confessions Tour setlist and the only demo I can find of it appears to be more or less identical to the song we got in the end. I do remember there being discussions about the fact that either this or "How High" were actually rehearsed for the tour at one point only to get cut, but I can't remember which one it was. So... yeah.