I never particularly liked the song, but the juxtaposition of that song and a commercial for an anti-depressant, while some woman dances and twirls on a rooftop is disgusting. It's an exercise intended to sell a product that you can't actually go to the store to buy and which costs tens of thousands of dollars a month, but which actually only works for about ten per cent of the people who take it and nobody even knows why it works (if it does at all). Not to mention the side effects: "If you have heart failure, this product may make the condition worse. Those with a history of heart failure should consult their physician before taking" this bogus product. Doesn't everyone have to consult their physician before taking a prescription medication? And, how can heart failure get worse? I always thought heart failure was a cause of death, not a something akin arthritic knees. I read recently that only TWO countries on Earth allow advertising for prescription drugs, i.e. the US and New Zealand. I don't know why we allow advertising something that is only available if your doctor determines you need it. I guess we're supposed to browbeat our doctors until they prescribe it for us? Yeah, the whole prescription drug advertising thing REALLY pisses me off. I just wish it would go away. There's no reason for it. And, it's unethical at best. Mini-rant over. Sorry 'bout that!