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Human Behavior

I have been a fan of Björk for a long time, but her upcoming retrospective at the MOMA made me think that I should probably post something about this multifaceted (and wonderfully quirky) composer, musician, and singer. Video shows a live performance of her song "Human Behavior":

If you ever get close to a human
and human behaviour
be ready to get confused

there's definitely no logic 
to human behaviour
but yet so irresistible

there is no map 
to human behaviour

they're terribly moody 
then all of a sudden turn happy
but, oh, to get involved in the exchange
of human emotions is ever so satisfying

there's no map and
a compass
wouldn't help at all

Whole video is nice, but Björk gets expecially animated at 3:33. What a voice. Definitely full screen with a bit of volume–or headphones, better. [NOTE: No idea about the date or venue of this performance].

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