Her lyrics are very real to say, she talks about how people see other people. She also talks about how people don’t value others, and how did replace people real quick. She also states don’t think that you can have my love to waste, she is defending her honor in a way. She’s talking about how people are seen and how they are undervalued, but she is basically saying don’t undervalue me. She is saying that she’s not like everyone else, that she shouldn’t be seen as everyone else has been
tension, the second he lays his eyes on her he says “if I profane with
In the poem, The Love song, written by T.S. Elliot, J Alfred Prufrock is a man who is very lonely and insecure. He goes throughout his life wishing for a change, but never stepping up to the plate and actually making a change. The title of the poem portrays to the reader that the poem is going to be full of love and romance. The reader soon found out later that the poem is just the opposite from the title, a sad, lonesome man who is not only lacking love, but also lacking self confidence and self esteem.
‘Against Embarrassment’ is essentially about how music is now all recorded, all we are now are listeners and do not have our own voice, as we don’t sing, produce, play or make music anymore. It also addresses the idea that all artists need to be miserable. I liked this text in because she poses questions to the audience and to herself as the narrator, to make us question what she is saying, “see I am already putting on an act”(p.213) shows this questioning and allows the text to be opened up to interpretation of who she really is as a person.
of being thrilled by a loves voice. In Hawaiian the line says “Ilihia ho`i au a i ko leo, I ka
Don't look at me is the first line of Christina Aguilera's song "Beautiful." This instant whisper from the voice of Aguilera creates an ashamed vibe for the song. It is spoken quietly and without any musical instrumentation. As the music softly and brilliantly builds up to the first verse listener's already have a misinterpretation of the lyrics. The audience presumes that the song will be about depression or shame and disgrace because one would associate not wanting people to look at you with shame. However, once they read more into the lyrics they notice that the meaning of the song is much deeper than shame and actually has an opposite message. When the audience hears the title of the song they could
Your first thought is the love between the couple is toxic and lethal yet, he cannot resist his partner. But, really it is a reference to Cocaine. Cocaine is given a female voice. He uses personification by bringing the drug to life, where it can communicate with him and become part of his life. He knows that this “girl” meaning, Cocaine is going to be the death of him. While in use of Cocaine he gets numb. “But at least we’ll both be beautiful and stay forever young/ This I know, (yeah) this I know” (3-4). You say again, that he is singing about how the love is so very satisfying. But he is actually meaning that his desire for this young and beautiful woman makes him feel good. He feels as if he is invincible when he has her. Even though he seems to be aware of the consequences that come with feeling young and beautiful; with the use of Cocaine. “She told me, ‘Don’t worry about it.’/ She told me, ‘Don’t worry no more.’/ We both knew we can’t go without it/ She told me you’ll
The context of this song develops a strong social, historical and cultural environment of this song and background of what was going for people to understand and appreciate about what Lady GaGa is trying to inform others about. The social environment of the song is that people keep rejecting and bulling others for their gender or sexuality as well as the historical environment of the song is that people’s colour or religion has been used against them and they have been put into slavery and low positions in the world. Finally the cultural environment of the song is people and colours, marriage and gender. The background of the song is people have rejected people though out time who want to marry the same gender as them and slavery cause by people colour which was what happened to cause Born This Way to be written. This message is still relevant at the moment as people are still being effect by it but people are
The first issue between these two party is whether Puck lacked the capacity to conclude the contract created with Hermia. The rules is a person incurs only voidable contractual duties by entering into a transaction if by mental illness, defect, or the person is unable to act in a reasonable manner in relation to the transaction and the other party has reason to know of his condition. For example, in Ortelere v. Teachers’ Retirement Board of New York, Mrs. Ortelere changed the way her retirement was to be paid out, in a manner that gave more money now but left her husband nothing when she died. She was medically diagnosed with degenerative cognitive disease and the husband argues she did not have the mental capacity to know what she was doing.
However “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock” By T.S. Elliot is a different tale. It is a direct look on the fragile state of humanity. J. Alfred Prufrock is broken emotional, a pessimist fitting the post world war era and the
6.–Discuss about the meaning of the song. Why has he not been able to sleep lately?
Oberon and his allegiant servant, Puck, primarily caused all the quandaries and confusion in the play.
Mars describes the physical beauty of the girl; mostly her eyes and hair. This gesture is known as flirting. He tries to impress the girl. The rhythm in each lines are very similar but the words do not rhyme. To make sure that the girl is actually listening to him. He repeats the word eye and hair twice within the stanza. The words used in this song is very simple and mostly are spoken words than poems. It seems that Mars aims to be honest and true to his feelings. He wants the audience to enjoy the simplicity of the song. Unlike Raimbaut’s song, Mars song is very happy and lively and doesn’t give a sense of fear of losing a loved one. Instead, he keeps on praising the girl on mostly her physical appearance and how she is perfect for him just
The final record on Cage the Elephant’s 2013 album Melophobia is not only thought provoking, but extremely deep and depressing. At first, I believed this song was about love lost. A five second part of the video at the end completely changed my analysis and made me understand what is truly going on. I believe this song is a deep reflection of how tough it was to be away from his girlfriend, Juliette Buchs, in a long distance relationship. Matt Schultz, the lead singer, talked about his long term girlfriend being French. Now his wife, this was a reflection on how painful it was to be away from her, but it is all conquered now.
Analyzing the word, "beautiful" in this stanza, one should perceive that she is not actually singing about the outside of her, but what she consists of emotionally and mentally on the inside. She reveals that her thoughts and emotions are of worth and value and they are of her opinion. They are consumed through her, and no one else and if anyone disagrees, she does not take that into affect. Her diction is actually pretty precise. To quote a famous cliché, beauty is not skin deep. She explains that the beauty is the sentiment.