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A lot of David Bowie’s music had a definite point to it and Let’s Dance was no exception. The line ‘put on your red shoes’ calls to the vanity and need for consumerism that has for a long time been prevalent in society and the disparity that comes with donning such lifestyle choices. It’s a fun song but if you delve too deeply into the meaning without trying to have fun you might find yourself slowly distancing yourself from everything the song would eventually come to represent since despite being a musical genius Bowie was very much a mainstream singer. Unfortunately, mainstream and culture clashes tend to go hand in hand sometimes, meaning that the disparity he sings about with the red shoes is something he still supported in a way by becoming such an influential person. This in no way makes him a bad person, but he was another part of the system.
That’s why it’s better just to enjoy the music sometimes.
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