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Clair de Lune
Wikipedia says
Clair de Lune is french for
It may refer to
the third movement of
Suite bergamasque by
Claude Debussy,
a piano depiction of
a Paul Verlaine poem,
it says.

It is (the poem)
your soul
and how it is better when
mixed with

It is interesting to note
(it says)
“Clair de lune” was originally titled
“Promenade Sentimentale.”
This is also the name
of a Verlaine poem.
It is nice to know that
Debussy liked poetry too.

1. The poem is not exactly about this.
2. Actually, the poem is exactly about this.