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Does the narrator ever satisfactorily explain exactly why he is easy… - efil4ajnin
February 10th, 2011
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Does the narrator ever satisfactorily explain exactly why he is easy like a Sunday morning? Discuss.

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From:hoyvenmayven
Date:February 11th, 2011 08:41 pm (UTC)
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This is one on fairly heavy rotation in my piano bar, so I believe I can speak to this with some authority. The explanations given are as follows:

1. He's leaving you tomorrow
2. He's begged, stolen and borrowed.
3. He's done all he can (it seems to him)
4. He's paid his dues to make it.
5. Everybody wants him to be what they want him to be, but
6. He's not happy when he tries to fake it.

So, no, I guess the explanation is not at all satisfactory!
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From:hotelsamurai
Date:February 11th, 2011 10:04 pm (UTC)
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He cites 1-6 as reasons why he is easy. Then, later in the same song, he claims that 1-6 are true because he is easy. Clearly, there is some circular reasoning happening here.
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