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Paul McCartney: Fine Line Meaning


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Song Released: 2005

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There is a fine line
Between recklessness and courage
It's about time
You understood which road to take
It's a fine line
And your decision makes a difference
Get it wrong you'll be making a big mistake

Come home brother all is...


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    Nov 4th, 2008 11:16am report

    I have listened to Chaos and Creation in the Backyard ALOT. It is my belief that most of the album was an attempt to get Heather to "See the Light" and be the kind of partner to Paul that Linda was, to share the same perception of the world. From "I've been waiting on the Other Side", to "Promise to You Girl"

    Also a lot of the songs reflect the Christian philosophy, especially "Fine Line" The lyrics... "Come on brother all is forgiven we all cried when you were driven away". And the song "Follow Me".

    Unfortunately, Paul may have had Heather pegged in "Riding to Vanity Fair". What Paul doesn't know is that Heather is probably a narcissist through and through. And even a whole album written by the most romantic man in the world, wouldn't change a narcissist.

    I think Paul projected a lot of Linda onto Heather, and wanted to recreate that kind of love. He was blinded by love and unable to see that Heather is not Linda.

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