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re: Compare and contrast

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Max 12:51 am MST 10/27/18
In reply to: re: Compare and contrast - MasterMoose 04:37 pm MST 08/23/18

We're not sure how long or how committed the relationship is at the end of Paradise. Maybe they were praying for the end of time the day after the lovely honeymoon at Rehobeth?
Always better to have more interpretations rather than fewer. The world is wide; look at it.

> I think repetition of Long ago and Far away indicates that
> it is the same man singing about different women - his
> choice of phrase
>
> The fact that Paradise ended up in a long term committed
> relationship - praying for the end of time while he
> doesn't know where Julie disapeared..
>
> > Wouldn't the repetition of "long ago and far away" suggest
> > a connection? Happening yesterday and feeling so far away
> > might be about the same thing or might not be.
> > Might be the same woman and different singers? I bet Julie
> > taught many men many things
> >
> > > No.
> > >
> > > Paradise: Remembers every little thing as if it happened
> > > only yesterday.
> > >
> > > Objects: Beauty living on the edge of town - But it was
> > > long ago and it was far away, Oh God it feels so very
> > > far.
> > >
> > > Also of course: He never knew to where Julie disappeared
> > > but he married Paradise and is waiting till the end of
> > > time to lose her.
> > >
> > >
> > > If there is a connection to the character singing, it is
> > > that Julie was his first (taught me everything I'll ever
> > > know..) Paradise was sometime after. He was surprised that
> > > one beauty was so keen to be a "kid at play", but this new
> > > one was somewhat puritan and frigid
> > >
> > > > Is Julie from Objects In The Rear View Mirror the same
> > > > person as Girl from Paradise By The Dashboard Light?
> > > > Discuss.


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