Cat Stevens: Lady D'Arbanville Meaning
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Song Released: 1970
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anonymous Jul 15th, 7:32am report
I guess this song is about father finding his daughter death when she was sleeping. The father seems so deeply sad and hoped his daughter awake in the morning ( and you still "Ma Fille")
anonymous Aug 22nd, 2016 8:43am report
The song is about a vampire sucking the life from his lover. He gets too much of his "fill" and she finally dies. What a sad loss for a romantic vampire who must fill his emptiness with the life of the beloved.
kooljohn176 May 16th, 2016 5:27am report
A truly everlasting love song about ''burying his pain of love'' for some Lovely Chick he once loved and always will love with ''still'' having the hope to resurrect the love that died in her that had for him, but unfortunately left him for a cocky Rooster that did the ''jumping jack flash'' of joy without a rose to give ''Lady D'Arbanville'' that he saw her as that beautiful, that will never die in the love he stills and always will have for her to be kept in his heart and soul for ever. Now this old and passionate song that is on the overall about love and death that can sadly make you even think about when Lady Diana, Princess of Wales that was loved by the many people that saw themselves in her as loved ones lost in life and death to continue to live in people's hearts and souls for ever. Not sure, but it would've been cool if this song was or is on the original ''Harold and Maude'' soundtrack, when throughout the movie the young man's love was being helpt to be brought out and be inspired by all the life around him, guided through the eyes of Maude, before and after she died natuarally as a old woman that will live forever in young Harold's heart and soul.
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