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Clocks by Coldplay analysis
Transcript of Clocks by Coldplay analysis
Tides that I tried to swim against
Have brought me down upon my knees
Oh I beg, I beg and plead singing
Come out of things unsaid
Shoot an apple off my head
And a trouble that can't be named
A tiger's waiting to be tamed singing
You are [x2]
Confusion never stops
Closing walls and ticking clocks
Gonna come back and take you home
I could not stop that you now know singing
Come out upon my seas
Cursed missed opportunities
Am I a part of the cure?
Or am I part of the disease? Singing
You are [x6]
And nothing else compares[x3]
You are [continues in background]
Home, home where I wanted to go [x4] Coldplay Citations for this set of lyrics:
Coldplay. "COLDPLAY LYRICS - Clocks." Clocks. 24 March 2003. . 20 Sept. 2012. <http://www.metrolyrics.com/clocks-lyrics-coldplay.html>.
"Clocks by Coldplay analysis." Prezi. Sept. 25, 2012. <http://prezi.com/q2z2mqi2pqbw/clocks-by-coldplay-analysis/>. "Lights go out and I can't be saved" - metaphor "Singing" at the end of stanzas- repetition "Nothing else compares" - repetition "Shoot an apple off my head" - allusion "Am I a part of the cure, or am I part of the disease?" - rhetorical question "Tides that I tried to swim against" - symbolism "Shoot an apple off my head" - symbolism "Tigers waiting to be tamed" - symbol "Closing walls" - symbolism "Ticking clocks" - symbol "Am I a part of the cure, or am I a part of the disease?" - symbolism "Am I a part of the cure, or am I part of the disease? - symbolism "Am i a part of the cure?"-symbolism "Or am I part of the disease?"-symbolism "Am I a part of the cure?
Or am I part of the disease?"
-contrast "Come out of things unsaid"
"Trouble that can't be named"
-contrast "Confusion never stops"-Hyperbole "You are" - repetition "Tigers waiting to be tamed" - metaphor "Tides that I tried to swim against
Have brought me down upon my knees" - imagery "A tiger's waiting to be tamed" - metaphor "Confusion never stops
Closing walls and ticking clocks" - alliteration