Turning Tables - Adele

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Turning Tables - Adele

Close enough to start a warAll that I have is on the floorGod only knows what we're fighting forAll that I say, you always say moreI can't keep up with your turning tablesUnder your thumb I can't breatheSo, I won't let you close enough to hurt meNo, I won't rescue you to just desert meI can't give you the heart you think you gave meIt's time to say goodbye to turning tablesTo turning tablesUnder haunted skies I see you (ooh)Where love is lost your ghost is foundI braved a hundred storms to leave youAs hard as you try, no, I will never be knocked down, whoaI can't keep up with your turning tablesUnder your thumb I can't breatheSo, I won't let you close enough to hurt me,No, I won't rescue you to just desert meI can't give you the heart you think you gave meIt's time to say goodbye to turning tablesTurning tablesNext time I'll be braverI'll be my own saviorWhen the thunder calls for meNext time I'll be braverI'll be my own saviorStanding on my own two feetI won't let you close enough to hurt me,No, I won't rescue you to just desert meI can't give you the heart you think you gave meIt's time to say goodbye to turning tablesTo turning tablesTurning tables, yeahTurning, oh

"Turning Tables" Adele

Annotated By: Amaya Lyczewski & Chloe Ramos

1. MetaphorThey love each other so much it's like they're at a never ending war and no one is winning.

2. MetaphorWhen someone is always on you about how you're not good enough, it feels like your suffocating.

4. Metaphor. She can't escape the relationship and the feelings they once had. The love they had is now lost.She managed to put up with the abusive feelings she felt throughout the relationship.

3. MetaphorShe finally ound out & realized that the person is no longer there for her, she has to say good bye because it's doing more harm than help to her.

6. Personification.She's finally finding self respect and self-love, she knows that she's worth more than how he's treating her. She can be her own savior.

7. MetaphorIt's not about the physical relationship, he's continuosly changing his mind and acting out in mixed emotions. It's as if there's an ocillating physical and emotinal violence between them. The relationship was unstable.

5. Metaphor.She loves him so much, but it's time to move on because she realizes that it's hurting them both and it's an emotionally draining relationship.


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