Then wear the Gold hat, if that will move her if you can bounce high, bounce for her too Till she cry, 'Lover, gold-hatted , high-bouncing lover, I must have you'
This poem is about someone's struggle to obtain a woman just out of reach. He does everything for her. "Then wear the Gold hat, if that will move her," Shows even the smallest things are done with her in mind. The poem does
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I must have you.' She has realized that every thing is for her. He is wearing the Gold hat, and bouncing high, for her to notice.
Every relationship based on the "Everything for you" attitude we have witnessed has failed. Is Fitzgerald trying to tell us something with that? Is he trying to show us that his relationship failed based on this principle through his books. If so, maybe we should heed his warning.