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12th May '16 9:03:27 PM KidDynamite
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* Music/Jennifer Lopez. ''"He'll Be Back"''

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* Music/Jennifer Lopez.Music/JenniferLopez. ''"He'll Be Back"''
12th Oct '15 5:47:55 AM DiScOrDtHeLuNaTiC
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->''"Well, it's your mind that tricks you into leaving every time.''
->''Love will turn you around, turn you around.''
->''Well, it's your heart that talks you into staying where you are.''
->''Love will turn you around, turn you around."''
-->-- '''Music/KennyRogers''', "Love Will Turn You Around"
22nd Dec '14 9:15:46 PM wolftickets1969
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* Odyssey/Mortimer's "Gone (Like a Whisper)" is about the singer's ex being taken in by an [[DomesticAbuse abusive boyfriend]], with the former hoping she will change her mind before the latter [[BreakTheCutie breaks her]] [[StockholmSyndrome into staying with him]].
26th Nov '14 2:40:32 PM MagBas
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* Music/MariahCarey's "Always Be My Baby", if you don't think too much about the [[UnfortunateImplications stalkery undertones]].

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* Music/MariahCarey's "Always Be My Baby", if you don't think too much about the [[UnfortunateImplications stalkery undertones]].Baby".
16th Sep '14 9:47:56 AM Scabbard
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* There's a Cornish myth in which a princess falls in love with a nobleman from another country; he has to return home to protect his lands, and they cannot be together because she's already engaged. The princess inherits her father's throne and starts a war with her betrothed so she will be free to marry her lover when he returns for her…even though he promptly got married to someone else after returning home.

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* There's a Cornish myth in which a princess falls in love with a nobleman from another country; he has to return home to protect his lands, and they cannot be together because she's already engaged. The princess inherits her father's throne and starts a war with her betrothed so she will be free to marry her lover when he returns for her…even her… even though he promptly got married to someone else after returning home.
16th Sep '14 9:05:43 AM JoieDeCombat
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* "Every Light in the House is On" by Trace Adkins is about a man whose wife has gone off 'to find herself.' He promised to leave a light on in case she ever decided to come home. When she finally does, she discovers that he's turned on [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin every light in the house]] so she'd know he still wanted her back. A happier ending than this trope frequently gets.

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* "Every Light in the House is On" by Trace Adkins is about a man whose wife has gone off 'to find herself.' He promised to leave a light on in case she ever decided to come home. When she finally does, she discovers that he's turned on [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin every light in the house]] (and then some; the front yard is described as lit up like a runway) so she'd know he still wanted her back. A happier ending than this trope frequently gets.
16th Sep '14 9:04:05 AM JoieDeCombat
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* This is the whole plot of ''Film/ThePrincessBride''.

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* This is basis of a good bit of the whole plot of ''Film/ThePrincessBride''.''Film/ThePrincessBride''. Westley is rather miffed to find that Buttercup fell into despair upon hearing that he'd been murdered by pirates, and asks why she didn't wait for him instead of agreeing to marry Prince Humperdink. When Buttercup protests that as far as she knew he was ''dead'', Westley gently reproaches: "Death cannot stop true love. All it can do is delay it for a while." Buttercup takes this to heart, and through the rest of the film remains calm and secure in her conviction that, no matter the situation, Westley will always come for her.



* This is the entire premise of ''Literature/ThePrincessBride''.

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* This is basis of a good bit of the entire premise plot of ''Literature/ThePrincessBride''.''Literature/ThePrincessBride''. Westley is rather miffed to find that Buttercup fell into despair upon hearing that he'd been murdered by pirates, and asks why she didn't wait for him instead of agreeing to marry Prince Humperdink. When Buttercup protests that as far as she knew he was ''dead'', Westley gently reproaches: "Death cannot stop true love. All it can do is delay it for a while." Buttercup takes this to heart, and through the rest of the film remains calm and secure in her conviction that, no matter the situation, Westley will always come for her.
16th Sep '14 8:53:32 AM Scabbard
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* Subverted in ''Literature/{{Twilight}}'', where in the second book Bella is convinced Edward will never love her, never did love her and will never come back...after he said he was leaving for her safety only.

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* Subverted in ''Literature/{{Twilight}}'', where in the second book Bella is convinced Edward will never love her, never did love her and will never come back... after he said he was leaving for her safety only.
22nd Feb '14 5:46:56 AM Willbyr
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28th Jan '14 1:52:57 PM Willbyr
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* [[SubvertedTrope Subverted]] in William Faulkner's ''Literature/ARoseForEmily'', where it is strongly implied that Emily murdered her lover and spent her time in "mourning" ''sleeping next to his corpse''.

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* [[SubvertedTrope Subverted]] {{Subverted|Trope}} in William Faulkner's ''Literature/ARoseForEmily'', where it is strongly implied that Emily murdered her lover and spent her time in "mourning" ''sleeping next to his corpse''.



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