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The theme of the song is, "nothing can compare to love." This the theme because, the speaker refers to the space as a comparison to his compassion towards his lover. Another example why this is the theme of the song is, he says, "in other words, hold my hand." Which he states after he talks about going to the moon, and singing among the stars. There he is indirectly comparing his love to wanting to interact with space, hence the theme. Therefore the theme of the song is, "nothing can compare to love."
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Dlet me sing for ever
This is an example of symbolism. Him stating that he will sing forever more, indicates that he, never wants to leave the side of his lover. The speaker is saying he wants to keep singing because the singing symbolizes the love. And he doesn't want to stop "singing" or stop loving.
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Let me play among those
This line can be considered as a metaphor. The line states, "let me play among the stars." This verse is comparing him experiencing the joy of playing among the stars, to him feeling the love and emotion from his lover. This comparison shows the richness of the speakers love and how he feels as if he is playing among the stars.
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Fill my heart with song
This line represents symbolism. The heart being filled symbolizes happiness being brought to the speaker. The happiness is not filling the heart but symbolizing the love that brings the happiness, and makes the speaker feel as if his heart is whole or as if he feels complete due to his lovers presence and or compassion.
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Let me see what spring is like on
Jupiter and
This is an example of a hyperbole. It is a hyperbole because the speaker does not literally want to see what spring is like on the planets. What he means is, he wants to explore love with his lover. This cold also be considered a metaphor because he, is comparing the spring on the planets to his relationship with his lover.
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Fly me to the moon
This is an example of hyperbole. The speaker isn't literally being flown to the moon. He is saying that, he wants to escape his everyday life, and live with his lover.
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