The title of Andrew Gold's 1978 single Never Let Her Slip Away has a double meaning (or at least it does to us). On the one hand, it could suggest that one should not let 'her' get away from you. On the other hand, it could mean that you should ensure that she always wears her 'slip'. The latter argument suggests that she is prone to slipping out without her slip on, and in the remix we see the consequences of this arrangement. As far as we are concerned, she can leave her slip out of her slip whenever she wants to. Slippy!