We’re doing it: little by little, we’re making our way upstream, wading against the current of sadness.
Ray Charles may still be down in the dumps in this soulful, lurching blues number, but really, in all the songs about loneliness that abound, has suffering ever sounded so cool?
It seems Robyn, Billy and Whitney had it right: you’ve got to learn to dance by yourself before you can dance with a partner.
And once you’re back on your feet, feeling fresh and ready to take on the world? You may even find special someone that shares your undying passion for vintage Whitesnake records.
Dust off your leather trousers, douse your mullet in 3 full cans of hairspray, then shrill this anthem into your imaginary microphone.
Alternatively: stand by a deserted motorway and stare out at the beckoning horizon as the sun sets, then raise one solemn yet defiant fist in the air and stride meaningfully into the distance like John Bender at the end of The Breakfast Club.
And thus we arrive at the crescendo of our sonic journey, with Whitney here to bring it home.
It features series regulars Kyle Mac Lachlan, Michael Ontkean, Ray Wise and Richard Beymer; and guest stars Frank Silva (uncredited) as Killer BOB, Hank Worden as The Waiter, Julee Cruise as Singer, and David Lynch as Gordon Cole.
Twin Peaks centers on the investigation into the murder of schoolgirl Laura Palmer (Sheryl Lee) in the small rural town in Washington state after which the series is named.