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    The song “Magic” is by a Scottish rock band called Pilot. The band makes mainly pop rock and soft rock songs. Pilot is no longer active but were from 1973 to 2014. The band’s members were David Paton, Ian Bairnson, Billy Lyall, and Stuart Tosh. Their songs are usually made with vocals, guitars, pianos, and drums. “Magic” was included in the album, From the Album of the Same Name. Just like most of the songs in the album, “Magic” is a slow rock song that has a catchy tune to it. It is the most

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    chose this song based on the kind of person I am. The song represents me by thinking twice, whenever I do something that I might regret I think twice and either do it or not engage in the bad idea. I also have a lot of care for my family, pets, and friends. The song has a calm melody which represents how calm I usually am, and the rhythm is relaxed which also relates to me. Stereo Hearts comments about not leaving behind which I don't really like to be alone unless I'm tired. The song also says,

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    everyone needs a playlist to start off their day right by listening to songs that instigate happiness. I chose this theme because personally I believe that happiness is very important in my life. If I am not happy, then I cannot be efficient in the different things I do. By listening to these songs on this playlist

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    Beatles song "something" was produced in 1969. A demo version of something

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    Song of Solomon Significance of Title: Relates to the song about Milkman’s great grandfather, Solomon, also the name of last book in the Old Testament. Reveals underlying connections and message of novel. Setting: A city near Lake Superior, Not Doctor Street, Danville, Shalimar POV: Third person limited omniscient, Reader feels as if apart of cities and lifestyles, does not reveal all character thoughts. Plot: Begins with Mr. Smith about to jump from Mercy Hospital, Time skip to the Dead family

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    Wilson Songs Analysis

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    Have you ever got a song stuck in your head from hearing your friend singing it? Or made up the lyrics to a song you don’t know the words to? Well robins do that all the time too says a study from “The Wilson Journal of Ornithology.” The study looked how similar or unique robin’s songs were to their peers and raised the very interesting question do robins make up there own songs or is it copied from other robins in their community? Robins sing for a number of reasons. The two main reasons are to

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    Wilson Songs Analysis

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    Have you ever got a song stuck in your head from hearing your friend singing it? Or made up the lyrics to a song you don’t know the words to? Well robins do that all the time too says a study from “The Wilson Journal of Ornithology.” The study looked how similar or unique robin’s songs were to their peers and raised the very interesting question do robins make up there own songs or is it copied from other robins in their community? Robins sing for a number of reasons. The two main reasons are to

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    Song of Solomon Quotation Explication Test 3. The passage from Song of Solomon by Toni Morrison describes Milkman’s confrontation with his mother, Ruth, at the cemetery. Before, Macon has convinced Milkman to be disgusted of Ruth because of Ruth’s supposed affair with her father and Ruth’s nature as a sexual deviant. One day, Milkman follows Ruth to see with his own eyes the proof that Ruth is a sexual deviant, and Milkman is led to the cemetery. Milkman confronts Ruth whom reveals that she did

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    Listening to the lyrics of your favorite song you automatically start to have a connection with that song. Then the song starts to represent you and your life because of the lyrics. Some songs show about being a fighter,having freedom, or just being you. There's a billion of songs out there and there's a billion of people who connect with those songs. Usually the most common reason why some songs represent people is by their past experience. For me some songs represent me because I decided to follow

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    I’m inspired by this song to keep my head up high, not to give up so easily. Reading the lyrics and taking notice in the music introduced me to a different concept, despite how hard times can get, someone else is having a tough time also. I’ve found interest in her overall message, sharing her struggle and hurt with her audience brings a deeper connection, other than singing a song she has no relation with. Her experience with hurt spoke to me as a fellow singer, it encouraged my life lessons from

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