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Macbeth's Playlist

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Rukhsar Sultanali

on 17 January 2014

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Transcript of Macbeth's Playlist

By: Ana Marie & Rukhsar
English P: 3
Ms. Bansberg
10 June 2013
Great Day For Murder-Plan B
Macbeth's Playlist
In Act 1, Scene 7, Lady Macbeth is giving a speech to Macbeth on how he should go kill Duncan, and stop being a coward. Also in this scene is when Macbeth is ready to go kill Duncan. In the lyrics its states: "So this is what you meant When you said that you were spent. And now it's time to build from the bottom of the pit....Don't hold back it's time to begin, isn't it? I get a little bit bigger, but then I'll admit.I'm just the same as I was.." These lyrics show that he is ready for the killing and he is the same man before and after the killing.
Guilty Conscience- Eminem ft Dr. Dre
All I Do is Win- DJ Khaled
In Act 2, Scene 2, Macbeth has killed King Duncan, and he succeed. The reason why this song would be on Macbeth's play list is because he knows that he killed Duncan, and this is first step into "victory."
Complicated - By A Day to Remember

In Act 1, Scene 6, Lady Macbeth and Macbeth are planning the murder of King Duncun. This song by Plan B its perfectly into this situation because in the beginning of the song it says "It was an ordinary day, people walking...all over me again. Then suddenly to my dismay out of no where my heart started talking to my brain. What a great day for a murder but I'm not in a killing.." By reading the lyrics you can see how it relates: Lady Macbeth is forcing to kill Duncun and Macbeth "is not in the mood" but does it anyway.

Start at the beggining and end around 0:47
It's Time- By Imagine Dragons
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In Act 3 Scene 4, Macbeth encounters the ghost of Duncan. In this scene, Macbeth is paranoid because he knows that he is guilty, and his conscience is playing tricks on him. In the lyrics it says "You better think of the consequence ......Yeah but if it all goes through like it's supposed to..The whole neighborhood knows you and they'll expose you.Think about it before you walk in the door first....Man, don't do it, it's not worth it to risk it!.."As you can see in this part of the lyrics, Macbeth is feeling guilty and his conscience shows the ghost which paranoids Macbeth even more.
Also in Act 3, Scene 4, when Macbeth encounters the ghost, he starts becoming crazy in front of the guest, and Lady Macbeth is worried and confused on what is going on with him. In the lyrics it states: "You're not the person that I knew back then. It's all too late to set things right cause everything has been. You're not the person that I knew back then. Let's try and act like this didn't happen, follow your friends like you ever had them.." What this shows is that during the time if Macbeth was listening to this song, he would realized what he was doing, and how it could be so dangerous that his and his wife could have been caught.

Start from 0:36, end 0:53
I Put A Spell On You- Nina Simone
In Act 4, Scene 1, Macbeth goes to meet the witches. During this time the witches are telling him what will happen in the future. AT this time, the witches are casting a spell on him. The reason why Macbeth will listen to this is because in the lyrics it says "I put a spell on you.... You better stop the things you do. I ain't lyin', no, I ain't lyin'" This shows that Macbeth was warned, but he didn't do anything. This song makes him realize the mistake he has done.

Start at 0:18, end at 0:42
Started From The Bottom- Drake
In Act 5, Scene 8, Macbeth dies. The reason why he would listen to this song is because it's his motivation song. What we are trying to say is that In this Act and Scene Macbeth has full confidence that he will win. In this song it says "started from the bottom, now we here.." This song can be Macbeth's "song" because he started of as a solider and he ended up trying to be king, but he was slain.
Let The Bodies Hit The Floor- Drowning Pool
Macbeth will have this song on his play list because this song gets you pumped up for a killing or a battle that you really want to win. The lyrics state: "Beaten, why for (why for). Can't take much more. Here we go here we go here we go, now." What these lyrics show is that Macbeth has had enough and is ready to take the crown with this metal/rock type of song.

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