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14 April 2010 @ 09:53 pm
I dare you to move the american dream. hallelujah  
Lil Wayne- The American Dream

[Mike Tyson Talking]
I'm the best ever. I'm the most brutal, most vicious, and the most ruthless champion. No one can stop me. I'm the best ever.
[Lil Wayne]
uhh, like muthafuck all yall
Mr.Mike Tyson flow, uppercut all yall
step into my ring bitches, ding ding bitches
click clack, pow pow, ping ping bitches

I particularly like this song because I always feel powerful when I listen to the lyrics. Especially with Mike Tyson and his confidence, I suddenly feel like doing something crazy like running from the popo or fighting somebody. I also feel like I'm the coolest person in the world with that sudden attitude of "get the fuck out my way". I guess the whole song's just a complete ego booster or an adrenaline rusher. <- if that's a word. I also like the beat behind it because it's so exciting, but then it goes quiet when mike tyson interrupts to give his overconfident? speech.

Switchfoot- Dare You to Move

The song starts off with a quiet electric guitar strumming, suddenly blasting into a rock song in the chorus. I really like this song because, well, it was one of the first songs that i put on my iPod. I never knew what this song was about back then, but now I know. From hearing it about a bajillion times from grade 7 to sophomore year, I have concluded that this song is about realizing who you are in front of the whole world watching you. It's about choosing between who you should be and who you could be, to choose to submit to the world rather than to choose your own unique way.

"I dare you to move, I dare you to move, I dare you to move yourself off of the floor"

He's saying that you should stop being low and stand up with the pride in yourself that you should have.

Jeff Buckley- Hallelujah

This song is a classic song, one of the classics that gets passed down no matter what generation you're in. I chose to put this song on my blog because, well, since i'm a complete narcisist like Mr. Ross says, i chose it because it has the name David in it. But this song actually talks about King David's inability to resist the temptation of commiting adultery and eventually murder. The author is saying that alone was the greatest downfall of King David, who ruled over on a great throne.
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