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He bag production he got walrus gumboot
He got ono sideboard he one spinal cracker
This part is about John Lennon as is shown by lines like "he bag production" because Lennon was the member which led the songwriting and music production and got much of the gains. Another example is "he got Walrus gumboot," referencing the song I am The Walrus, where Lennon sang the chorus. "He got Ono sideboard," references that Lennon's wife, Yoko Ono, was the one 'controlling' Lennon's decisions about the band and running the whole thing from behind the scenes.
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You say yes, I say no
He is singing about how he and the receiver of this tune (most likely a lover) are complete opposites and he doesn't understand how she can live like (based on context) such a pessimist.
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Living is easy with eyes closed
This is a variation of the phrase "Ignorance is bliss," in which he is saying that if you go through life without learning and growing to be more aware in your existence, your life might be easier, but not necessarily better or have more meaning than a life that explores understanding in their existence.
Rent – Without You
Oct 28, 2015
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Without You
Throughout the entirety of the song, she is saying that when she is not with Rodger, everything in the world keeps moving along, but she still feels horrible and incomplete without his support.
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Pookie
Pookie is what Maureen started to call Mark when she began cheating on him, which was revealed int he song The Tango: Maureen. At the end of that song, Maureen phoned Joanne and called her 'Pookie', indicating that Maureen has cheated. By calling her pet names, she is overcompensating for the commitment she is keeping from Joanne, as if she is trying to justify it in some way.
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figured
Roger interrupts Mimi, seeing as she is coming on to him, and he feels uncomfortable because he 1.) has HIV and doesn't want to be with anyone sexually until he has told them. 2.) Is still uncomfortable with being with someone after the death of his last girlfriend, even though it was quite a while ago.
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dead

Mark
Dearly beloved, we gather here to say
Mark is mocking Benny by personifying 'Bohemia' in response to him saying that "Bohemia is dead." He speaks of Bohemia as if they are all at a wake.
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is Calcutta
Bohemia
Benny is insisting that their way of life is over, as he is modernizing and their lifestyle is the price he is willing to pay.
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