Analysis on "In Paris With you"

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  • "In Paris with you" analysis
    • Unconditional love
      • Crude
      • Un romantic sexual desires
        • Ironic as Paris normaly signifies love
        • "Old hotel room"
        • "Don't talk to me of love"
          • Ironic and the title "In PARIS with you" is about romance
          • Control
          • Does not want to categories their relationship
      • Mistreated
        • i'm angry at the way I've been bamboozled,'
        • 'i admit i'm on the rebound.'
    • Contrasting rhyme
      • "Elysees" and "sleazy" gives a comic effect.
        • Elysees - A palace in Paris
        • Sleazy -(of a person or situation) sordid, corrupt, or immoral.
        • Shows reality
          • "downed a drink or two"
          • Say sod off to sodding Notre Dame
            • Wants a different relationship
          • "Doing this and that"
            • Careless and no thought
              • Fed up
              • Depressed
          • Opposite and contrasting to most love poems
    • Wants to stop thinking about love
      • Don't talk to me of love"
        • Celebrates the intimacy of a relationship.
          • Eavesdroppin-g
        • Negetative and removes romance
          • Command
      • "had an earful"
        • Celebrates the intimacy of a relationship.
          • Eavesdroppin-g
        • Pain caused by words
    • First person
      • Bias
        • celebrates the intimacy of a relationship.
          • Am I embarrassing you?
        • Shows reality
          • "downed a drink or two"
          • Say sod off to sodding Notre Dame
            • Wants a different relationship
          • "Doing this and that"
            • Careless and no thought
              • Fed up
              • Depressed
          • Opposite and contrasting to most love poems

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