Maybe tying music and romance together is pure anthropomorphism on our part, but songbirds, crickets and whales all do it, and we can't help but view them with an air of gentleness because of this behavior. They sing, they mate, they love.
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They liquify their prey.
Of course, if the male spider plays one off-note -- makes one little misstep -- he'll be mistaken for a struggling fly. Then the female, instead of telling him he has a kind soul and then boning him on a stained futon to a Dave Matthews Band song, will charge out and devour him.
"Dude, she's not mad. When I asked, she said nothing was wrong."