Does anyone remember the song “Back At One”, released by Brian McKnight in 1999? This was the brief period of time where R&B ruled the airwaves, right before boy bands took over. If you don’t remember, here are the lyrics to the chorus:
One, you’re like a dream come true
Two, just wanna be with you
Three, girl its plain to see that you’re the only one for me and
Four, repeat steps one through three
Five, make you fall in love with me
If ever I believe my work is done
Then I start back at one
Oh Brian McKnight, how you made the ladies swoon. I’m afraid the same cannot be said for logic enthusiasts. You see, for “step” number four, he says to repeat steps one through three. But one through three aren’t steps; they are merely statements. How do you repeat “you’re like a dream come true”? Also, if step four is repeating one through three, then how does he ever get to five? Maybe that’s his trick. Say nice things for thee steps, throw an extra step to make it seem like you’re doing more work when you’re really just repeating previous steps, and then throw in a step that requires all of the hard work, but you’ll never really get to that step.
Brian McKnight might not understand logic, but he is definitely a professor in Loveology.