Discussion in 'Can I Play with Madness?' started by Stardust, Jan 9, 2014.
...Como Estais Amigos?
Wogmidget's answer is closer to the solution than Mr Knickerbocker's. The thing is: is the law right to run after him?
The Mustang must be thinking: "this race has made me sweaty, I have got to clean my mane" Sorry for the lisp.
Oh you sneaky bastard, it's The Fugitive.
The picture is of a Mustang > the car brand that used the name is Ford (Harrison Ford) > "and I have got to clean clear my mane name" . That is why the horse is running in the water.
That was rather complex, worthy of the song.
Here's the next one.
Ghost of the Navigator?
Now, I can think of two songs with the same metaphor, the lyrics for both are by the same author...
Let's hope you're onto the right metaphor then
Run Silent Run Deep?
No running involved.
Back in the Village? (my intuition was linked to the Trojan Horse, though embodied by another animal: "a cunning fox in the chickens' lair" RSRD or "there's a fox among the chickens, and a killer in the house" BITV)
-You're on the wrong track. The Trojan Horse is used as a metaphor for many things. One of them is not identical to, but in the same group as, something that leads you to the song.
My turn, for the first time in a long time:
Just to get the bleeding obvious out of the way - it's not The Alchemist, is it?
It is not.
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