Have you noticed how when romance enters the room, logic climbs out the window?
Case in point: “You are the wind beneath my wings.” Now any first-year physics student knows that the shape of the wings being curved above and flat beneath, forcing air to move faster over the upper surface, causes a partial vacuum ABOVE the wings, thus inducing lift. A wind beneath your wings would merely flip you over on your arse.
Another case: “I’m Wishing” – the song Snow White wistfully sings down the well, in the opening scene in Disney’s “Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs” (shouldn’t that be dwarves? – never mind). Some of her lines get an echo. But why only some? And more importantly, for the echo to take as long as it did, any half-arsed mathematician can compute the well must have been over A THOUSAND FEET DEEP.
Why was the water table so far down? Did C17th engineers REALLY possess the equipment to dig a well that deep? And how LONG would it have taken Snowy to crank up that bucket?