Karma… Karma… Karma Chameleon

This is great, the song, the lyrics, the meaning … everything … enjoy!

Oldies, not so old after all

Who is ready to dance now? I won’t ask you to start waltzing or be a ballerina or even do hip-hop or popping, locking or contemporary. Just raise your hands and flay them around, jumping up and down.

Karma Chameleon is the most successful track by the British Band Culture Club. It was released in the band’s 1983 album, Color by Numbers. It was a huge global hit, spending three weeks at #1 in the US Billboard Hot 100 and rising to the top position in as many as 16 countries worldwide.

The song also won Best British Single at the 1984 Brit Awards.

In an interview, Culture Club frontman Boy George explained: “The song is about the terrible fear of alienation that people have, the fear of standing up for one thing. It’s about trying to suck up to everybody. Basically, if you aren’t true, if you don’t act…

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