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Can please anyone tell me about the above mentioned phrase...one more thing, Is that a phrase or a sentence?
I got this word from Ashlee simpson's song..."pieces of me"
can you just explain it to me...?:)
It's a phrase; a sentence needs a subject-verb pair. Pieces of me is a song title Ashlee Simpson - Pieces Of Me lyrics | LyricsMode.com, and what it refers to only the songwriter truly knows. To me, the phrase refers to the complexity of a person's thinking and behavior. In the song, she sings that the person she loves understands the pieces of her (life).
I think "piece of me" means being part of someone's life.
but I am not getting the phrase "pieces of me" of your poem.
(But I am not getting the phrase "pieces of me" in your poem)
Why did you use "in" in the above sentence? Can't we use "of" there?
If not, can you make me understand why not?
*Please correct if there are any grammatical mistakes*
And thanks alot for making me understand what does it mean in ashlee's song. :)