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    Wink This day's a spinning circus on a wheel

    <Don't know if our fate's already sealed
    This day's a spinning circus on a wheel >

    That is a part of the song 'Ashes and wine by a fine frenzy
    1) Is 'This day's' a 'be verb contraction' or the possessive case?
    2) What is the meaning of 'This day's a spinning circus on a wheel'?
    Thanks in advance.

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    Default Re: This day's a spinning circus on a wheel

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    <Don't know if our fate's already sealed
    This day's a spinning circus on a wheel >

    That is a part of the song 'Ashes and wine by a fine frenzy
    1) Is 'This day's' a 'be verb contraction' or the possessive case?
    2) What is the meaning of 'This day's a spinning circus on a wheel'?
    Thanks in advance.
    'This day's a ....' is a contraction of 'This day is a....' As for the meaning, in common with many song lyrics it means what you or the songwriter want it to mean.

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