Fever by Peggy Lee' 1958
this song makes a great reference to romeo and juliet the lyrics say.
Romeo loved Juliet
Juliet she felt the same
When he put his arms around her
He said, "Julie baby you're my flame"
Thou givest fever when we kisseth
Fever with thy flaming youth
Fever I'm on fire
Fever yea I burn forsooth
This song is about love and how firry and hot it can be. It says how many people fall in love are consumed by its burning fire of passion. It also represents the way love makes the mind fevered. Fevered means that is all consuming and takes over your life.
This song is music to thy ears it speaks of Romeo and Juliet a couple famous for more than 400 years. The play showed love now portrayed in song through through allusion. Every few lines has many meanings all depending on how you think. The song is about love and how powerful it can be. The allusion shows love in deeper meaning not necessary to the song. The accuracy is also correct for the allusion to be used properly and in the best way possible.
The allusion in this song is representing Romeo’s and Juliet’s love. The line "Julie baby you're my flame" shows that they love each other with a burning passion but also flame shows life and if Juliet’s goes out he will not have a life worth living. Secondly the line "Thou givest fever when we kisseth" show how much they loved each other and that when they kiss it was All consuming and gave them love from there on. This refers to the party when they first kissed because it is when they fell in love.
IN conclusion this allusion is correct because they do end up killing them self’s because they think each other is dead, and when they met they were instantly in love when they kissed. This song also states how they would be all consumed by their love and they were because when one was thought to be dead they killed them self’s. their love was strong so strong that if they lost the other they would die from their own hand.