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What is this line basically saying:

You are a body, I am its life, I am your recognization.

Is it basically saying that without you I do not exist. You are everything of mine.

What else could I add to this?

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    Taken out of context, it's nearly impossible to discern its meaning.

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    I think it is referring to teo lovers, in which the girl is saying to her mate that she is incomplete without him. Could this work out well to discern the meaning?

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    Possibly -- but I can't tell without knowing more.

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