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A Satire Lesson 08 Literature and World Events

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S: The day the world Ended By: Sueda Sonthaly

FC: The Day The World Ended

1: I chose three songs: : 1. John Mayer- Waiting on the world to change.... I chose this song because it's about changing the world, people of the world in his eyes don't approve of the direction the world is going but don't have authority to do anything about it. They want to end war, stop crooked cops, and just wait for the world to change on its own I guess.

2: 2 . Black Eyed Peas- Where is the Love I chose this song because it sounds nice, and it has a lot of meaning to it... It mentions everything anyone has ever wondered about. In their eyes, the word is horrible, discriminant, and that they want to end terrorism but it's still going on. There's people dying, crying, and starving. There are youth dying over a war and feel it's their fault for selfish people and that no one is equal.

3: 3. TuPac - Changes I chose this song because he wants change in the world even though he had to do horrible things to survive. He says, "I wake up in the morning and I ask myself, is life worth living or should I blast myself?" This song was for crime, racism, and poverty. There are no changes in his eyes, everything was better when he was younger until he got introduced to reality. He died over it, that's just the way it is.

4: In his song, TuPac talks about poverty...

5: TuPac also talked about crying, struggling, loneliness and being homeless

6: He Also Talked About Terrorism

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  • Title: A Satire Lesson 08 Literature and World Events
  • Sueda Sonthaly May 17,2011 English IV Ms. Daniel
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