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Jun
9
comment “I want to be much than more” vs. “much then more”
@RegDwigнt the doubt has been solved. If you believe it won't help any other then do as you please. Goodbye.
May
30
comment “I want to be much than more” vs. “much then more”
Thanks a lot for your input. What I thought about it at first is that he wanted to be much, like a lot, (in whatever matter it is), not just "more than X" with X being another person for instance. It's like not wanting to compare himself to another since that would lead to compliance (once you've reached the point when you already are more than X). Him, just wanting to be "much", like "more" and "more" without a roof. And that's quite similar to what you've said. Avoiding mediocrity. Thanks again.
May
28
comment “I want to be much than more” vs. “much then more”
@Jay thanks for the input! Sounds pretty logical.
May
28
comment “I want to be much than more” vs. “much then more”
I see the point, and I have to agree with you. But hopefully I can get the sense of the sentence, even if I got it wrong.
May
28
comment “I want to be much than more” vs. “much then more”
My point is as follows: Back in those days, real people submitted the lyrics, and back then the official band page had the lyrics written on the site. So... what are the chances? I take mine and believe that some actual fan of the band did a copy/paste from the band page. And in any case, what's your point? Do you think it's much then more? We're clearly moving away from the topic here.
May
28
comment “I want to be much than more” vs. “much then more”
@PeterShor Back in the days, when Internet wasn't what it is today, I searched the same thing and I'd only found "much than more." (not thousands of lyrics sites, just a couple) so if you ask me I'd have to go with that one. It's not only what I think honestly, I did that mental process when asking myself/asking in the site.