In the first verse he says, “What would I do without your smart mouth?” this shows that he is speaking from his perspective and talking to his wife. Actually, the whole song is sung from John’s position. He uses the device of point of view. The words like “My” and “I” are all referred to himself. “What would I do without your smart mouth? / Drawing me in / And you kicking me out / You’ve got my head spinning, no kidding, I can’t pin you down / What’s going on in that beautiful mind / I’m on your magical mystery ride / And I’m so dizzy, don’t know what hit me, but I’ll be all right.” John thinks she is a mystery and hard to handle, and he just can’t figure her out most of times. She is random and unpredictable and makes him totally unsure and uncertain, but he knows he can’t and doesn’t want to get off their relationship. There is something so magnetizing about her, that’s love.
This ballad is very moving and heartwarming in each sentence. “Cause all of me / Loves all of you / Love your curves and all your edges / All your perfect imperfections / Give your all to me...
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...ne. That means you are having an oxygen tank with you, so you are able to breathe. John uses metaphor way here to express that she is his oxygen tank, the one that keeps him safe and sound. It also expresses that John thinks his love is strong enough that he’s able to face everything head on without harm. “All of me loves all of you”, he highlights that he loves everything about her and that it will never change. “You’re my end and my beginning” means he can’t see or imagine his life without her in any way.
This song only uses a few minutes to show us a crazy romantic love story. For her, he will set all his egos aside. Even though you are not always perfect to yourself, someone else thinks you are perfect and loves you whatever you are. This theme is shown throughout the whole song when John says nice things about the woman like “Cause all of me, loves all of you.”
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