thinyoungmoon I interpret it as follows: You are encouraged to follow your own path and not answer to anyone else, but at the same time know that you are not alone, that people are there for you. It's an excellent sentiment.
I just realised that it's rather akin to 'Breathe', really -- in 'Leave, but don't leave me / Look around, choose your own ground', encouraging you to find your path and your place in the world, but not to abandon the people who helped you into the world. At least, that's the way I hear it.
For some reason, 'Fearless' always makes me think of a Roman amphitheatre, like the one in Live At Pompeii. I don't know why, as they didn't even play it there -- something about the music just depicts that to me. It might be a little influenced by the crowd at the end.
Post by The Dark Side Of The Spoon on Sept 18, 2017 20:27:50 GMT
Another thing I've just learnt; Seamus the sheepdog (from the track Seamus) was owned by Small Faces frontman Steve Marriott! Seamus can be heard in the background of the Small Faces song The Universal.
I feel I haven't said enough about how much I love this group.
"I've always been a spoon, I know I've been a spoon, like the most of us...very hard to explain why you're a spoon, even if you're not a spoon..."
AKA SgtPeppersBulldog of The Beatles Bible's Fab Forum.