Well, well what do we have here? Leighton Meester's debut solo single to the mainstream listeners (apart from her collaboration with Cobra Starship on 'Good Girls Go Bad')? But isn't she that actress who played Blair Waldorf in that TV show known as 'Gossip Girl' (otherwise referred to as "That One Hell of a Piece of Addictive Guilty Pleasure by yours truly)? Hmm...is the song any good?
To answer your question; yes, yes and well hell yeah!
Not to be mistaken with the Queen classic of the same title, this song is instead an electropop tune about that never ending quest for *cue for drumroll* "The One". Meester matches her seductive vocals here with the most suave male singer out there, Robin Thicke.
With its disco-derided tune, the song provides the right context for Meester to cavort and purr her way around the decadently-sensuous electro beat. Now don't brush this off as another quick cash-in on her 'Gossip Girl' popularity. Leighton Meester provides a highly listenable come-hither vocals with an edge of sexuality that would make even Blair Waldorf blush.
hap·pen·stance[ˈha-pən-ˌstan(t)s, ˈha-pəm-] noun (literary) 1. Chance, especially when it results in good events
2. A chance or random event or circumstance.
3. The chance or random quality of an event or circumstance; often in the phrase by happenstance.