The Music : Where Is Wherever, Is It A Song Written And Produced By The Famous Colombian Writer

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Whenever, wherever, is a song written and produced by the famous Colombian writer and singer, Shakira. Unpopular instruments that relate to the flute family are concluded to be used by the tone of this song, giving it a mixture of pop and African beat. This song also has a Latino style and at the same time gypsies tone in the melody of its music. It has a fairly, wild tone at the very beginning of the song and then it turns into an overexcited, happy melody. The song talks about how lucky the narrator was to find the love of her life. She laughs at distance because she was lucky enough, that she met a person from a faraway land and by luck they are together. In the song, the narrator states, “[l]ucky that I love a foreign land for, / [t]he luck fact of your existences” (Shakira, lines 3 & 4), this lets the audiences know that the love of her life is from a foreign land. It also suggest that the narrator is not a discriminatory person since she is in love with a foreigner and even with the land he is from just for the simple fact that he was born on that land. This song contains many poetic devices that generate the rhythm of this masterpiece. One of the poetic devices used is a quatrain, which is: [b]aby I would climb the Andes solely, / [t]o count the freckles on your body, / [n]ever could imagine there were only, / [t]en Million ways to love somebody” (par. 2). In this four lines the ending words, solely, body, only, and somebody, all rhyme, which is the reason why it…

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