"I used to know a blissed-out hippie-chick in Baltimore," recalled Byrne in the liner notes of Once in a Lifetime: The Best of Talking Heads. "She once told me that she used to do acid (the drug, not music) and lay down on the field by the Yoo-hoochocolate soda factory. Flying out of her body, etc etc. It seemed like such a tacky kind of transcendence… but it was real! A new kind of religion being born out of heaps of rusted cars and fast food joints. And this girl was flying above it all, but in it too."
|U.S. Billboard Hot 100 ||54|
|U.S. BillboardHot Dance Club Play||33|
|UK Singles Chart||17|
|New Zealand Singles Chart||16|
|Dutch Singles Chart||31|
|Irish Singles Chart||9|