## Why does "groove" mean "take pleasure in"?

The original meaning of "groove" is something like a cave, or as a verb, make a groove. Why can "groove" mean "take pleasure in" as a verb?

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The original meaning of "groove" is something like a cave, or as a verb, make a groove. Why can "groove" mean "take pleasure in" as a verb?

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