Time for another lyrical crime against humanity from the pens of Lennon & McCartney.
The problem with this is it makes no sense! The song is obviously one of unrequited love, she's not interested, but he's going to get her in the end! Go get her tiger! But he's asking her to Imagine I'm love with you which would imply he's not in love with her. In fact he's imagined he's in love with her many, (many, many) times before. Why is he doing this? What kind of weirdo imagines he's in love with someone he's not? Or if he is why does he need to imagine it? After all, it's not like him to pretend.
Imagine I'm in love with you
it's easy 'cause I know
I've imagined I'm in love with you
many, many, many times before
It's not like me to pretend
But I'll get you
Secondly, I may have got my English usage in a tangle here but I'm pretty sure this is wrong too.
Well, there's gonna be a timeYou can resign yourself to a situation but I don't think you can resign yourself to a person. Please correct me if I'm wrong.
When I'm gonna change your mind
So you might as well resign yourself to me
So as both of these lyrical misdemenours are a direct violation of the Inigo Montoya rule I hereby consign I'll Get You to the (pauses to switch on reverb and digital delay) Lyrical Hall Of Shame (...Shame...Shame...Shame...)
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