Note: This is the second of three projected posts on “Purple Rain”: a song of such monumental importance to Prince’s creative arc that I’ve opted to split my analysis into parts. You can–and should–read the first part here.
Purple Rain (Verse 2)
- Post author By Zachary Hoskins
- Post date July 9, 2021
- 2 Comments on Purple Rain (Verse 2)
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