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    of/for the soul

    Hi,

    Which preposition is correct?
    ''Music is the soul of OR for the soul''

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    Re: of/for the soul

    Sorry, but your question doesn't make sense.

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    Re: of/for the soul

    I'm sorry. It was a typo.

    ''Music is the food of the soul or for the soul''?

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    Re: of/for the soul

    I would say "Music is food for the soul".

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