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Where is the Love?
Transcript of Where is the Love?
It refers, for instance, to violence and lack of knowledge. The values such as equality and union are disappearing. This song mentions terrorism in the USA. And the attempts to stop it. It also criticizes the CIA. It includes rhetoric questions about bomb attacks and chemical gases spill on young people.
This part of the song ends with a deep question "So ask yourself, is the love really gone?" There is also a critique about the commom discrimination of people who only like their own race.
That only leads to hate and irate. And therefore, madness. Historical Reference Modern Day Reference It also says that people just want drama, are addicted to it.
People are constantly looking for drama to cause traumas. Where Is the Love? by Black Eyed Peas This song was released in June 2003, as the lead single from the third BEP's album Elephunk.
It was the first Top 10 hit from BEP in USA and the biggest selling song of 2003 in the UK. It received two nominations at the "46th Grammy Awards".
In this song, The Black Eyed Peas lament on various worldwide problems. Symbols and Visuals Humanity's values and morals have changed;
Bad things get more attention than good;
We are bringing ourselves down. Conclusion Where Is the Love? by Black Eyed Peas We have to change Only we can Make the world A better place