5.05.2008

Pop Songs are Full of Meaning

This post is dedicated to my husband, Graham who (though I love him very much) has very poor taste in music. Example: he hates Britney Spears. I feel that it is my duty to show how meaningful the lyrics in pop songs can be.


" You must not know 'bout me, you must not know 'bout me. I could have another you in a minute, matter fact he'll be here in a minute." - Beyonce
An extraordinarily poignant and empowering phrase.

"I've been lookin' for a driver who is qualified, so if you think that you're the one step into my ride...can you handle the curves can you run all the lights?...Now shut up and drive." - Rihanna
Helps us to comprehend the importance of having the proper credentials before receiving ones' driver's license. It also mentions the problem we are facing now-a-days with people driving while talking on their cell phones.

"Tell me how I'm supossed to breathe with no air. Can't live, can't breathe with no air. No air. No air." - Jordin Sparks
Accurately emphasizes the importance of the element, oxygen, that allows us to breathe.

"Hey, baby, whether it's now or later...you can't shake me, cause I got you on my radar. And whether you like it or not, it aint gonna stop...cause I got you on my radar (I got you on my radar)" - Britney Spears
This lyric embodies the touching nature of a loving courtship. Truly moving.

"Do you, do you have a first-aid kit handy? Cause my heart is D-A-M-A-G-E-D" - Danity Kane
This lyric teaches us the importance of always having emergency supplies close at hand. It could, one day, be imperative to ones' survival.

2 comments:

Nadine said...

I'm with Graham on this one! Shut Brittney DOWN!!! NOW!!!!

MOM

Ben 2.0 said...

You have opened my eyes to a new truth... and "art form".