The lyrics, written by Mercer, are reminiscent of his childhood in Savannah, Georgiaincluding its waterways. As a child, he had picked huckleberries in summer, and connected them with a carefree childhood and Mark Twain's Huckleberry Finn. Although an instrumental version is played over the film's opening titles, the lyrics are first heard in a scene where Paul "Fred" Varjak George Peppard discovers Holly Golightly Hepburn singing the song, and accompanying herself on the guitar, while sitting on the fire escape outside their apartments. Hepburn's reaction was described by Mancini and others in degrees varying from her saying, "Over my dead body!
As stories go, it is short on plot but rich in characterization which may explain why its protagonist, Holly Golightly, has become Audrey Hepburn 's most memorable screen persona. In the hands of director Blake Edwardsthe film neglects much of the book's foreboding edge, but gains an unforgettable comedic touch which actually helps accentuate the darker moments.
Hepburn successfully uphold Capote's style when the story itself is forced to leave his writing behind. Meet Holly Golightly Audrey Hepburn. Here she is on New York's 5th Avenue in the early morning hours, dressed to the nines, sipping coffee, nibbling a danish and window shopping at Tiffany's under the opening credits.
AU file courtesy Rhino Records. Meet Cat, Holly's feline roommate. They don't belong to each other, but they get on well together, entertaining at night and sleeping during the day -- or trying to, until author Paul Varjak George Peppard buzzes them from downstairs because he can't get in the building.
Paul thinks he's just coming in to use the telephone, but unbeknownst to him, he has now entered Holly's world. Because she's overslept this morning, Paul whom Holly has decided to call Fred because he looks like her brother Fred helps her get dressed.
A dress, a hat, some earrings, a pair of alligator shoes and Poor slob without a name. The way I look at it, I don't have the right to give him one. We don't belong to each other. We just took up by the river one day. I'm not sure where that is, but I know what it's like.
You mean like the blues? You're just sad, that's all. The mean reds are horrible. Suddenly you're afraid and you don't know what you're afraid of. Do you ever get that feeling? Calms me down right away.
Oh no, it can't be! I must say, the mind reels! I've taken care of myself for a long time. Out front, Paul tries to get her a cab, but Holly doesn't need his help. Just as Holly is about to get into the cab, Paul's "decorator," Mrs.
Failenson, steps out, and after a brief and awkward introduction of the two women, Holly speeds away:The Communards:There's More To Love Lyrics. Edit. VisualEditor History Talk (0) Share.
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These are the meanings behind the song lyrics from various songs of the 70s. In particular, we're looking for songs that aren't immediately obvious. But Breakfast at Tiffany's really is a variation on the Cinderella theme, the tale of a young girl who escapes a dangerous adolescence and transforms herself through aspiration – a sheer act of.