Actually, not. I lied in the subject line. This is actually another dumb test -- a video.
With regard to my lies about ABBA's greatest hits, I regard all of the big sellers as love marches, and have imagined these marches as great propaganda tools for occupying armies. Love love love. March march march.
Just think "Voulez Vous" as the slow march of stern objectivish love, with lyrics to help the conquered understand that the new regime took over out of benevolence towards the suffering people of, say, Venezuela or the adjoining Lusitanians . . .
Try to imagine an ABBA quartet uniformed, with peaked caps and braid, striding off of a military transport, bringing joy to all Central America with "Chiquiquita" . . .
When Abba take London, imagine: "Knowing Me, Knowing You."
European Union: "S.O.S."
North America Union: "Money, Money, Money."
To the sad, failed states of the Middle East: "The Name of the Game."
India, and the asian Tigers, "Take a Chance on Me."