Can You Forgive Her?" is a song by Pet Shop Boys, recorded for their 1993 album Very. Starting with a huge crash of synth and trumpet, it remains one of the more dramatic songs recorded by the duo-reminiscent of early hits like "It's a Sin". It was released as Very's lead single, almost four months before the LP itself, and became the duo's 13th Top 10 single in the UK. Although it peaked outside the Billboard Hot 100, it became a number 1 single on the US Dance chart.
The only cover version of PSB's "Can You Forgive Her?" that I'm aware of is by Sky High on their 2003 album "On the Cover. Somewhere' was not released on any proper studio album, it was released on its own after 'Bilingual' in 1997 and its four singles.
Can You Forgive Her? is a novel by Anthony Trollope, first published in serial form in 1864 and 1865. It is the first of six novels in the Palliser series, also known as the Parliamentary Novels. The novel follows three parallel stories of courtship and marriage and the decisions of three strong women: Alice Vavasor, her cousin Glencora Palliser, and her aunt Arabella Greenow
Can You Forgive Her? is the opening track to the Pet Shop Boys fifth studio album Very and was the first single released from it. Told from the second person and in rhyming couplets, the midtempo synthpop song tells the story of a man unable to shake the memory of a same-sex tryst he had in his youth and how it’s complicating his romantic relationship with his girlfriend. I was on holiday reading the Victorian novel Can You Forgive Her? by Anthony Trollope. A friend remarked that that the title sounded like a Pet Shop Boys song title, which inspired me to write this lyric about a man whose girlfriend taunts him for concealing his evident homosexual longing. Can You Forgive Her?" Track Info.
The "Can You Forgive Her?" music video not only kicked off the increasingly computer-generated sequence of them, all directed by Howard Greenhalgh, for the Very singles, but it's also one of the most intensely surreal videos in their entire corpus, with seemingly little if anything to do with the subject matter of the song. One of my site visitors, however, has noted its wealth of, shall we say, Freudian images, complete with phallic cone-hats and spikes aplenty. The bit where the Boys' two hats intertwine is especially noteworthy from this perspective
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