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    Default gravity can't forget to pull me??

    What do you mean by "gravity can't forget to pull me back to the ground"?
    Is it a metaphor for "As I'm attracted is to you is like gravity's pulling things to the ground"? a comparison?


    Halo-Beyonce
    I swore I'd never fall again
    But this don't even feel like falling
    Gravity can't forget
    To pull me back to the ground again

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    Default Re: gravity can't forget to pull me??

    It's a metaphor that says that falling in love again is as inevitable as falling to the ground. Gravity never forgets to pull a person to the ground, like love never forgets to pull you towards someone you're attracted to (even if you don't want it to.)

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    Default Re: gravity can't forget to pull me??

    susie dqq wrote in another thread: "If this is a song lyric, it can be said any way needed to fit the tune".

    Asabranca has made some sense out of this, but don't expect song lyrics always to stand up to analysis.

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