Stack really did spend his last night dancing in a club — Manhattan’s Club Stereo. Budden works in a touching reference to the Doc Pomus/Mort Shuman song “Save the Last Dance for Me”, made famous by The Drifters:
Nazca lines are, according to Wikipedia, “a series of ancient geoglyphs located in the Nazca Desert in southern Peru.” The purpose of the lines is still unknown, but many scholars attribute some sort of religious significance to them
Since Nazca Lines are only properly viewed from a heightened perspective, he’s implying that his words are more comprehensible when you manage to get a better perspective of his point of view.
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