ok so fanny wrote another song. It's a sad one. The part the book said to analyze, measures nine to sixteen, is the part that repeats some lyrics. The first time around the words "somber, milds, dream-like, unfathomably sweet night" are sung. The second time, the words "so that above my life, you alone will float for ever and ever" Obviously both times the same chords are used, you could figure it out sense it has a repeat. She uses some completely insane chord progressions. She adds ninths all over the place, not to mention all the modal mixture. It works really well with those words, things like "dream like" and "unfathomably" and "float" work well with chords that mess with your idea of tonic.
I6 I65, iv b7 b6, i64 add b9, II, bVI v iv, i II biv6, i6, I
I'm not a huge fanny fan. Right now in fact, I'm listening to the I'm not there soundtrack. Look at this picture of Cate Blanchett in "im not there", can't you just tell that the music is better?