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by Corney Presents Ophelia. Released: January 1, 2004.
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Tell me what to feel I will feel it to. .I want to empty out my mind And make it something I can use I want to burn away my childhood And scatter something new It doesn't matter if I die I'm going to become something true Tell me how you feel So I can take your soul from you. More on Genius. TELL ME HOW U FEEL" Track Info. Release Date April 13, 2018. WASTEISOLATION Black Dresses.
Ophelia" is a song written by Robbie Robertson that was first released by The Band on their 1975 album Northern Lights – Southern Cross. It was the lead single from the album. It has also appeared on several of the group's live and compilation albums, and has been covered by such artists as Vince Gill and My Morning Jacket. The lyrics tell of the singer's attempt to find the heroine Ophelia. The relationship between the singer and Ophelia is never made explicit
Ophelia sings more songs and hands out flowers, citing their symbolic meanings, although interpretations of the meanings differ there's rue for you, and here's some for me; we may call it herb of grace o' Sundays; O, you must wear your rue with a difference". Laertes then jumps into Ophelia's grave excavation, asking for the burial to wait until he has held her in his arms one last time and proclaims how much he loved her. Hamlet, nearby, then challenges Laertes and claims that he loved Ophelia more than "forty thousand" brothers could. After her funeral scene, Ophelia is no longer mentioned. Ophelia in Paul Griffiths' novel let me tell you (2008) is a derivative of Shakespeare's character who tells her story in her own words, in the literal sense that she can use only the words she is given in the play.