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From: "Endymion9" <endymion9@mindspring.com>
Subject: (whorl) Re: Lily O Lily
Date: Thu, 8 Feb 2001 04:38:39 

Dan Parmenter scribed:

>And how about the rest of the song?
>"She's been dead since 1929"
>Oh, how I cried that night
>If only I'd been born in Lily's time
>It would have been alright
>For me and Lily are together in my dreams
>And I ask you, "Hey mister, have you ever seen"
>"Pictures of Lily?"
>It's almost too perfect.  "Lily" fits the Vironese naming convention
>as well as the Thieves' Cant; and of course since Hyacinth is partly
>Kypris, this fits the subject of the song - falling in love with the
>image of a woman long-dead.

Dan.  Thanks for filling in the rest of the song.  I hadn't carried it to
that progression and much enjoyed your insight. :)

Dennis/Endy  (Now struggling up to p. 219 in RTTW).

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