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The Song of Solomon Summary: Written by the wisest man to ever live, Solomon, “Song of Songs” is a composition of lyric poems which portrays the theme of love between a man and a woman and can be seen almost written as a diary of sorts. The book explores the feelings, hopes, fears, and the passion between a man and a woman. It can be seen as a celebration of human sexuality. Just through the first few chapters, we learn so much of what a relationship is supposed to look like for the believer and...

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Song of Songs: An Allegory

Through Medieval 31 October 2010 Song of Songs The question asked is if there are any problems with incorporating this book into the Bible. Ultimately to answer this question is not possible as the answer would be more a matter of opinion versus any actual fact. Religion, from my personal point of view, is that it is an individual’s opinion as to what their faith is. If religion or faith for that matter is an individual’s opinion then interpreting the Song of Songs and whether or not there are...

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Songs of the 50s

Songs of the 1950s Songs of the 50s In this paper I will research and identify 5 songs of the 1950s and what the songs reflect about the culture, mood, and values of the 1950s and the ethnic groups the artists came from. I will also discuss how accurately the songs reflect the mood, value, and perceptions of the 1950s as discussed in our readings, Nation of Nations. “All I Have To Do Is Dream” The first song I would like to address would be: “All I...

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Song Representation

Song Representation of Antigone The song I chose to represent Creon is Pray by Sunny Hill. The song pray fits Creon because in several lines of lyrics fit regret and guilt of what Creon had done. A couple of the lines from the song related to Creon asking for Tiresias help but then not liking the answer, for example "Someone told me to pray to dream, that it will come true no matter what it is. Tell me everything- look at me and tell me, tell me to please stop." Inside Creon knew Tiresias was right...

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Song Comparison

1 Ms. Spilberg ENG2D1 March 5, 2013 Song Comparison Essay The road of life can be a bumpy one. There will always be twists and turns that can alter a person’s life, changing the course of their destination. Even though life can be tough, you have to draw upon your inner strength in order to persevere. The songs, “Move Along” by The All-American Rejects and “Good Riddance (Time of Your Life)” by Greenday sing about this message. The lyrics in their songs have many literary devices such as personification...

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The Effects of Songs with Violent Lyrics

with the potential harmful effects of listening to songs with violent lyrics. Scientific research spanning four decades supports the hypothesis that exposure to violent media is casually related to subsequent expression of aggression in both short and long term time frames. The majority of this research however focused on violent television and movies. The American Psychological Association designed several experiments examining the effects of songs with violent lyrics on aggressive thoughts and hostile...

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Protest Songs of 1960's

to help achieve their desired results. Instead of making lectures, they decided to write songs filled with symbolism and meaning with a direct message. These people wrote passionate songs fighting for their rights. If these people didn’t stand up to the wrongness of the culture we would still be living in it today. John Lennon, one of the most influential songwriters and musician to ever lived, wrote a song called “Give Peace a Chance.” John and Yoko were staying at Queen Elizabeth’s hotel on...

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Popular Music and Songs

seem like a harmless habit, one rarely ever stops to decipher the connotation of the popular songs being played. While an adult might mindlessly sing along to the Top 40, a listening child may easily grasp the immoral principles the songs distribute. Some people might declare that not all songs convey a bad message, but in reality, the mass majority of music is offensive in some manner. Not only do many of songs contain foul and abrupt language, but there are also several cases of misogyny and sexism...

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Song Writing: Personal Experience

to keep writing and writing until we had a full poem and song. We all worked really hard putting the poem and song together. Everyone had different roles to take a part in; so if one person slacked off their job, then we were going to be in a bad position. So that everyone had a role, we decided to break the job down into three different jobs. One person created the tune, one person did the lyrics and making the tune sound right with the song, and the other person made sure all the questions were...

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Song Analysis - Runaway Love by Ludacris

are many solutions, none is more empowering and influential than song. We are a band and this is what we are good at. We can give our contribution to the world even if it is as small as saving a tear from a child that shouldn’t be shed. “Runaway Love” by Ludacris has managed to get that message out. It tells the different lives of 3 troubled adolescent girls; Lisa, Nicole and Erica, each enduring their own way of abuse. This song engages everyone, it supports the abused, it tells them that they...

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