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Carol Your Questions About Heels Over Head

Carol asks…

Why do people say head over heels?

I don’t know about you but my head is always over my heels. Shouldn’t the phrase be heels over head?

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Our pick of the answers:

Well, now you see why they’re call idioms. “Head over heels” is a corruption of “heels over head,” which dates back to the 14th century. The British “head over ears,” meanwhile, is a corruption of “over head and ears,” in over one’s head, deeply. The corrupted versions started appearing in the 18th and 19th centuries and have now largely supplanted the originals.

Helen Your Questions About Heels Over Head

Helen asks…

whats the song “Puddle of Mudd – Heel over Head “about?

is it about love failure?

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Seems like it is. I went to song meanings.net and this is what a couple of people have posted.

The song is clearly about long-term relationship break up. It starts with Wes kicking an ex-girlfriend out his place.

My analysis:
He’s heel over head which is the opposite of the head over heels. He’s just sick of this person; which is the opposite of being in crazy about her. “Jet black sky is painted white again.” This line is taking the expression ‘head over heels’ literally. The jet black refers to the asphault of the road. The white refers to the clouds.

This has to be one of their best songs so emotion and got lyrics they got to be about a long term break up that Wes feels he is sorry for wasting all the time maybe he know about whatever they finally broke up about a while ago and just didnt say anything.

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