The Great Gatsby/ My Boo

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In the novel The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald a man named Gatsby falls in love with a beautiful woman named Daisy. They are separated when he goes to war. While he is gone she move on with her life and marries another man, somewhat for his wealth; she tells Gatsby that "Rich girls don't marry poor boys. When he comes back he still loves her and wants to be with her, in this sense I think he is trying to live in the past because they were so happy. They meet again and have the same spark of love for each other. Daisy still loves him too and plans to leave her husband, Tom and go with Gatsby. To relate this novel to a song I chose "My Boo" by Usher and Alicia Keys; the song is about a boy and girl growing to love each other. They get separated, moved on, and still have the same love for one another but can not be with them.
For the intro of "My Boo" Usher says "There's always that one person that will always have your heart" which applies to the novel because Gatsby and Daisy have each others hearts forever. Even though she is married and has a daughter she would rather be with Gatsby, because he makes her happy and all Tom (Her husband) only has is his wealth. So does happiness come before wealth? I would say it does, why would you someone want to be rich and miserable when they can be average and happy? I believe that Daisy and Gatsby would love each other in any condition. If Daisy were to stay with Tom she would always have that one empty space in her heart that belongs to Gatsby.
After the war Gatsby becomes a bootlegger, he has quite a bit of money that he didn't have when hefirst met Daisy. Now he lives in a mansion and is quite famous in New York, mostly for his parties. Another connection to the song is when Alicia Keys says "Even before all the fame and people screaming your name I was there and you were my baby." This re