Take these broken wings and learn to fly meaning

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take these broken wings and learn to fly meaning

Quote by Paul McCartney: “Take these broken wings and learn to fly.”

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The Beatles - Blackbird (1968)

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Take these broken wings and learn to fly is the next lyric in line. This is repeated only a couple of times but may be the most powerful message of the song. To take something that is broken and being able to make it miraculously work again is a wonderful thing. Although the writer Paul McCartney has given a couple different statements on what the meaning of this song is, the real meaning is what the listener takes it as. This phrase signifies to the individual that time will eventually heal everything. Picking up the pieces of your life and moving on, we all go through rough patches in life, but those times of struggle are what make us who we are, the struggles mold and shape ourselves.

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Richard Page of Mr. They thought the song was too long. And it was too personal. Many musicians at the time considered cocaine to be a harmless creative muse. Even Sigmund Freud used it. But cocaine derailed Richard Page and the rest of the band for several years.

Poetry's Hidden Meanings. Blackbird Blackbird singing in the dead of night Take these broken wings and learn to fly All your life You were only waiting for this moment to arise. Blackbird singing in the dead of night Take these sunken eyes and learn to see All your life You were only waiting for this moment to be free. Blackbird fly Blackbird fly Into the light of the dark black night. Blackbird singing in the dead of night Take these broken wings and learn to fly All your life You were only waiting for this moment to arise You were only waiting for this moment to arise You were only waiting for this moment to arise.

Play "Blackbird" on Amazon Music. This song is totally about the civil rights movement! I'm REALLY sorry if this sounds racist, but the Blackbird is an African American experiencing the civil rights movement Here are a few lines: "Blackbird singing in the dead of night": during slavery, the slaves had to do things under cover "Take these broken wings and learn to fly": Even though you've been miss treated, still try to be free "You were only waiting for this moment to arise": you've been waiting for people to help you. Let's see if I can word this right; maybe it's like, bad things have been happening, but good things are just around the corner! This is most likly WAY off. I'm just guessing! Since it's already been established earlier that Blackbird was deliberately used so that it could apply to everyone, my interpretation would be how it applied to me.

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