The track itself finds her stripping things back to the sound that first made her famous - it's by far the most organic-sounding offering from her She Wolf LP. To the earthy twang of a simple banjo riff, Shakira trills about life on the road: "Friends and thoughts pass me by / Walking gets too boring / When you learn how to fly." With a hint of tribal clapping added to the chorus, her transformation into the world's sexiest bohemian is complete. It's not as instantly infectious as some of her classic singles, but the addition of a thumping beat and a touch of spangle on the Freemasons mix vamps it up nicely for the clubs.
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