I am just gone too many hours at work to be humane to an animal. I am new to this town and I don't know anyone and I have no idea how to meet people that I find interesting."Hanky Panky" is a song by American recording artist Madonna from her soundtrack album I'm Breathless.
The song garnered positive response from music critics, many of them highlighting its lyrical content.
It was a commercial success, becoming a top-ten hit in many countries including Australia, Ireland, Italy, the United Kingdom and the United States, while topping the chart in Finland.
[But] the Dick Tracy section is the least dynamic part of the show".
Fourteen years later, Madonna performed an energetic, showgirl themed version of "Hanky Panky" as part of her 2004 Re-Invention World Tour.
Performed in an almost comical style, "Hanky Panky" is a jazz and swing song with a changing bassline and minor to major key-shift in the chorus.
It caused some controversy in Ireland because of its innuendo and racy lyrics, with women's groups deeming them as harmful; Madonna later clarified that the lyrics were intended as a joke.
She produced the entire album, including the Sondheim songs. Not just pop music, but songs that have a different feel to them, a theatrical feel", she said at the time.
"I want people to think of me as a musical comedy actress. Madonna recruited producer Patrick Leonard and engineer Bill Bottrell to help her with the project.
In the United Kingdom, the song debuted at number 14 on the UK Singles Chart and after two weeks, reached its peak of number two the week of July 27, 1990; spending a total of nine weeks within the top 100 of the chart.
In New Zealand, the single debuted at number 23 on RIANZ Singles Chart and, after fluctuating for the next three weeks, reached a peak of number six, becoming Madonna's 18th top-ten single in the country.
Madonna has performed the song on two of her concert tours; on the 1990 Blond Ambition World Tour, and 14 years later on the Re-Invention World Tour.