It's hard to tell why this song from their premier Scissor Sisters album has been released as a single; there are worthier candidates, such as It Can't Come Quickly Enough and Return To Oz.
Jake Shears sounds like - is trying to sound like? - early Elton John in this song about "a good boy" coming out to his mother by taking her to a gay bar - as one does. It has a poetic narrative worthy of a torch-song sung by Marianne Faithfull, describing the disappearance of the intended girl from the scene, the aborted wedding, the questioning relations, and - later - the weeping mama, and finally, plied with champagne, Mama's acceptance.
This strong narrative recommends the song, and it has an easy, danceable beat - something like the stock-in-trade of go-go boys but without the climaxes. Maybe it will play the gay bars big time; but I am left wondering why SS didn't choose something else to cash in on.