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JimNorCal wrote:All love songs, all wonderfully crafted but on a different scale altogether. Not lesser, just different. I suspect the first set of songs has more appeal to men, though the second set is quite enjoyable.
I have often thought: what must it feel like to the male fans when they hear all this gushing and what-not about puffy shirts and skin tight pants.
JimNorCal wrote:Does this song seem to teeter on (at least) two levels for others, or is it just me?
Maybe the words feel cohesive to others of us; or maybe most people don't over-think these things and just enjoy a good song :)
I love the musical flow of In Your Blue Eyes but have to admit that the lyrics confuse me. On the one hand there is a lot about romantic feelings. Phrases include "in your blue eyes", "your skin so soft and tender", and so on. But there are also some phrases that can taken in a more transcendental light, such as "kneel before your door", "pray that you'll receive me", "open wide your glorious halls" and perhaps even "stars exploding in the sky".
Does this song seem to teeter on (at least) two levels for others, or is it just me?
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