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No Hidden Meaning Here

Uploaded by Jenlee on Jan 31, 2006

The Beatles were one of the top bands in the sixties with over two hundred songs recorded (Artist Facts: The Beatles). Many Beatles songs were said to have a hidden meaning, often thought to be referring to drugs like LSD, such as in the songs “Help” and “Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds”. A few other songs like “I Am a Walrus,” “I Call Your Name,” “If I Fell,” “I Am a Loser,” “I’m So Tired,” and many more, are said to have a second meaning as well (Cross). One particular song that is debatable as to whether there is hidden meaning to the song is entitled “For No One;” written by Paul McCartney, for The Beatles’ Revolver Album (Song Facts: For No One). There are those who feel that there is a hidden meaning to the song other than a broken relationship, and then there are those who feel that this song has no hidden meaning, it simply is a poetically written break-up song.
When one really listens to the words of this song ones first thoughts are that it is a song about lost love; well that is because it is. The line “Your day breaks. Your mind aches,” is the first line of the song and here McCartney is saying that an unknown man’s first thoughts of the day go to the unknown woman; she is thought about so much that it makes the head hurt. The line “You find that all the words of kindness linger on, when she no longer needs you,” is simply saying that this man has only good thoughts and feelings toward this woman, but she doesn’t feel the same way for the man. These lines, though artfully composed, have a straight forward meaning.
Then next lines switch over to the woman’s perspective, “She wakes up, she makes up, she takes her time and doesn’t feel she has to hurry.” These lines are saying that when this woman wakes up she nonchalantly goes about her morning routine, with no thought of the man. “She no longer needs you,” simply restates what was previously said, that this woman does not have the same feelings for this man, as the man does for her. These lines, as well, are very straight forward, with no alter-meaning.
The lines that make up the refrain, “And in her eyes you...

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Uploaded by:   Jenlee

Date:   01/31/2006

Category:   Art And Music

Length:   5 pages (1,144 words)

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