"A reference to the poem Mad Girl’s Love Song by Sylvia Plath. The poem speaks of the subjectivity of the world from the poet’s perspective as the world exists only when she chooses to look at it. The song speaks of a naive young girl who spends her life daydreaming to get away from the dull world around her, shutting her eyes to it in a way like the narrator of the poem. She’s confined to her house and her books and knows nothing of the world around her, but doesn’t mind this as she finds solace in the dreamworld she’s constructed."
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