Samantha wrote:Elmira wrote:Does anyone know what key this is in?
I think it's in E major...
Yes, it's in E. 4 sharps, F#, C#, G#, and D#.
murlough23 wrote:Beautiful song. Might be my favorite on the album.
Lira wrote:am I the only one who got shivers from the direct "antebellum" reference in the lyrics (as in, the symbolism of the period leading up to the Civil War, in line with many of the American history/American multicultural references in Inland Territory)? It's as if you've got lovers on either side of the conflict, growing further and further apart as the conflict grows and grows but not acknowledging it, clinging to their semblance of normalcy...
...and of course, the wholly figurative, simpler interpretation of a present-day fracturing relationship/separation/etc is also beautiful.
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stellamoor wrote:After reading these interpretations of the song, I feel so unoriginal and literal minded taking the song as about the American Civil War, lol.
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