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  • Song That Bomb Has Got To Go
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    Report on Protest Song 'This Bomb has Got to Go' by Peggy Seeger and Ewan MacColl. Peggy Seeger and Ewan MacColl were popular Folk musicians prior to and during the Vietnam War Era. They had a love of humanity and a great desire for justice and peace in the world. The subjects of their songs were real people in a real world. They wrote and sang about survival. Their lyrics were simple and sometimes traditional melodies formed the basis of their songs. Their musical equipment was mostly acoustic ...
  • Booty A Colorblind Word In My Opinion
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    The joy of the word 'booty' Who likes booty? I like booty, and I think we should all like booty. Whether it is pirate's treasure or the beautiful behind of a woman, booty is a fantastic possession. I come from the lower class section of Ft. Lauderdale and in that area the booty is most often linked to the description of the African-American woman's posterior. I have always used the word booty, but recently I was told that it was a 'black' term. I was shocked to hear this, and when I inquired as ...
  • Safe Place
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    01/26/02 Grandpa's Lap She seems to be at ease. Her face was completely consumed by her smile. She was in what felt like a safe place. Grandpa's lap always felt like a safe place. He was her hero. He would protect her from anything and everything that may come her way. He was a brave warrior who would take on the world for her if he had to. He smelled of Old Spice and cheap c having cream. It was a comfortable smell. It was the kind of smell that made her want to curl up next to him. She would a...
  • Woody Guthrie
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    Woody Guthrie Woody Guthrie, born Woodrow Wilson Guthrie, was born in O kemah, Oklahoma in 1912. When he was 16 he began to travel around the United States (Feather 428). He had a great love for music and soon began writing his own songs about the Great Depression and the treatment of the migrant workers, who were forced to move west because of the Dust Bowl. His music greatly influenced many people across the country. However, Woody never let the fame go to his head. "When Woody Guthrie was sin...
  • Song Free Bird
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    On their Gold and Platinum album Lynyrd Skynyrd produced a song titled Free bird. It is a very popular song that turned out to be a big hit all over the country. It was written by band members Allen Collins and Ronnie VanZant. I think that this is a very good song with good lyrics that display a lot of meaning. Lynyrd Skynyrd is a southern rock band that has been very popular throughout the late nineteen hundreds. They have produced many songs on many different albums. Songs that come to my mind...
  • Words Of Feste's Songs
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    In William Shakespeare's comedy Twelfth Night, it is ironic how many times the fool is said to be dishonest, when, in fact, his role proves entirely opposite. Though sometimes the characters do not realize his hidden messages, the reader can instantly comprehend Feste's figurative language, which is evident in every scene in which the fool appears. Whether he is singing to Orsino, arguing with Malvolio, or playing around with Viola, Feste always manages to sneak in a few symbolic foretoken's bef...
  • Actual Words To The Chiquita Banana Song
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    September 13, 2000 Literature and Writting Satirical Lyrics My sense of humor today was influenced by song song parodies that i sang as a child. Wether I relied it or not, much of it was satirical. Satire is my most favorite form of comedy. Unfourdunatly, sometimes I would learn the words of the variation before the actual lyrics. When I was in second or third grade, during a christmas vespers service, the church started to sing Joy to the World. I was very excited because I knew the song, I san...
  • Gallimard S Myth Of Madame Butterfly
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    Giacomo Puccini the Italian composer presented to the Western world the most famous geisha of all: Cio-Cio San, also known as Madame Butterfly. The image of geisha was formed during Japan!'s feudal past. Geisha was traditionally men and served as physical and mental relief to battle warriors. The role of geisha has been dominated by women for the past 250 years and has served relief to career-driven businessmen. Geisha means! ^0 artist! +/- and a geisha!'s manner of appearance, conversation, par...

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