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    Like I said, nice lookin' hands down.

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    I think y'all are a lttle fixated on the idea of ISFP = artist. Who decided that anyway?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nebbykoo View Post
    I think y'all are a lttle fixated on the idea of ISFP = artist. Who decided that anyway?
    That does seem true elsewhere, overall. But her, individually?

    She's one from a handful who generally post with an understanding they could be incorrect, but some gardens bear more than others during certain parts of the year.

    Gotta keep your priorities in line.

    The question is, why e4 over e5?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nebbykoo View Post
    I think y'all are a lttle fixated on the idea of ISFP = artist. Who decided that anyway?
    On this board, to type an artist who produces creative & thoughtful music as an S is actually rarer. I think she's a great example of an intelligent ISFP, not the Keirsian Spicoli-esque SP.

    Both her lyrical style & interviews I've read say ISFP to me though. It's not a conclusion I've jumped to based on popular opinion or stereotypes.
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    On top of whatever so far, her thing for so/sp e54 infj Beefheart, support for and collaborations with his Magic Band have been well-documented.

    I wonder how all of us would react if she came out to announce that she's always prefered sp/sx e45 infj Moz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeAppled View Post
    ISFP, hands down. Definitely Se-aux with a focus on the tangible in lyrics (and not in a symbolic way) and a Fi type of focus on feelings.
    Agreed. Her lyrics use a lot of sensory-based imagery:


    I lost my heart
    Under the bridge
    To that little girl
    So much to me
    And now I'm old
    And now I holler
    She'll never know just what I found

    That blue-eyed girl
    She said no more
    That blue-eyed girl
    Became blue-eyed whore
    Down by the water
    I took her hand
    Just like my daughter
    See her again

    Oh help me Jesus
    Come through the storm
    I had to lose her
    To do her harm
    I heard her holler
    I heard her moan
    My lovely daughter
    I took her home

    Little fish, big fish swimming in the water
    Come back here man gimme my daughter
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    why does using sensory imagery mean one is a sensor? Doesn't most all story-telling use sensory imagery? Even Willam Blake uses words that describe concrete objects and events.

    the lyrics in the above post are absolutely metaphorical. She doesn't literally mean that she lost her heart under a bridge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Kross View Post
    Agreed. Her lyrics use a lot of sensory-based imagery:


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    all i see is metaphors related to feelings instead of objective facts.

    Quote Originally Posted by nebbykoo View Post
    why does using sensory imagery mean one is a sensor? Doesn't most all story-telling use sensory imagery? Even Willam Blake uses words that describe concrete objects and events.
    because people are trying too hard to find evidence on totally unrelated things
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    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post
    because people are trying too hard to find evidence on totally unrelated things
    As though you're above it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nebbykoo View Post
    why does using sensory imagery mean one is a sensor? Doesn't most all story-telling use sensory imagery? Even Willam Blake uses words that describe concrete objects and events.

    the lyrics in the above post are absolutely metaphorical. She doesn't literally mean that she lost her heart under a bridge.
    No, I meant, focusing a lot on the 5 senses (well, the 10-11 senses if we are being more precise) and bodily feeling, which is very Se. And of course she uses metaphor, all songwriters do - both S and N - same goes for concrete imagery. The way Sensors and Intuitors use both, is different though.

    And who said William Blake wasn't a sensor?
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