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'Statue of Liberty'
Compton's Interactive Encyclopedia says: "The giant statue titled Liberty Enlightening the World has become a symbol of freedom to oppressed people everywhere. It stands on Liberty Island in New York harbour. The statue was a gift from the people of France to the people of the United States commemorating the alliance of the two nations during the American Revolution."

'Goodbye to All That'
Steve Gutteridge observed: "The title of the whole sequence from Wave through to Standing in the Swing is given on the album as Goodbye to All That. That phrase is directly lifted from the title of the famous autobiography by Robert Graves written in 1929. That book tells the story of his difficult life through being bullied at school and fighting in WW1 before eventually saying goodbye to all his friends and family, goodbye to the world he once knew and to the person he once was, leaving his past behind him, and finding a new life in another country. There are clearly parallels between that and the subject matter of Brave."

Song Listing

Songs with a link have explanations. Now Wash Your Hands is a separate link to Alone Again.



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  1. The title of the whole sequence from “Wave” through to “Standing in the Swing” is given on the album as "Goodbye to All That”. That phrase is directly lifted from the title of the famous autobiography by Robert Graves written in 1929. That book tells the story of his difficult life through being bullied at school and fighting in WW1 before eventually saying Goodbye to all his friends and family, Goodbye to the world he once knew and to the person he once was, leaving his past behind him, and finding a new life in another country. There are clearly parallels between that and the subject matter of Brave.

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