My favorite Kate Bush song. Because it brings me joy, and because with my last jam I looked askance at Prince for his odd, fire-of-my-loins 'Lolita' tribute. Kate Bush dabbles in lit-to-pop, too, but brilliantly. Here she adapts the Molly Bloom soliloquy from James Joyce's 'Ulysses.' Not verbatim, as she wanted when composing the song in 1989. Although she received permission from Joyce's estate to quote at length in 2011, I'm picking this version for the video. She's portraying Molly if she'd stepped out of the book's pages to embrace our sensual world! Inspired interpretation of a novel whose author saw words, speech, as the soul externalized. Molly's soliloquy is eight breathless sentences long, syncopated toward the end by the warm, exciting word 'yes,' which Joyce called 'the female word' -- verbally embodying acquiescence, relaxation and the end of all resistance. Perfect for Bush's winding melody, enthralled dancing, and for those uilleann pipes, the national bagpipe of Ireland.