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Stereo Hearts

Song analysis of stereo hearts by Gym Class Heroes
by

Kelly Williams

on 27 January 2013

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Transcript of Stereo Hearts

By Kelly Williams Stereo Hearts -
Gym Class Heroes Official Video Metphor Symbolism Simile Imagery Assonance Hyperbole My hearts a stereo Make me your radio
And turn me up when you feel low If I was just another dusty record on the shelf My hearts a stereo
It beats for you,so listen close
Hear my thoughts in every no-o-o-te
Make me your radio
Aand turn me up when you feel low
This melody was meant for you
Just sing along to my stereo his heart beats just like a stereo beats he's not actually a radio, he wants her to want him Would you blow me off and play me like everybody else? wants her to think about him as much as she thinks about the song that's stuck in her head. Just keep it stuck in your head , like your favorite tune an example of the 'e' assonance sound in found in these words: every, me, feel, melody, stereo. an example of the 'o' assonance sound is found in these words: so, close, note, radio, low, melody, stereo. Would you hold me on your shoulder wherever you walk If I was an old-school fifty pound boombox (remember them?) The fifty pound boombox is the exaggeration because no one would expect you to carry them on your shoulder and boomboxes that large are not made anymore. Personification Thought love was dead, but now you're/
changing (yeah) my mind (come on whoa) love cannot die. I would ask: What made him care about this girl so much that he had to write a song about it.? I learned: I learned that he wants this girl to really care about him and he wants her to listen to how he feels about her. Meaning of song: The song is about how the singer feels. He wants this girl to know how he feels about. Appreciate the people in your life that care about you because they can leave your life quickly. pay attention to how other people feel about you. Tune and mood The tune has a beat-box feel and it's catchy. The mood of the song is happy, fun,and sweet. Main idea the main idea is to appreciate love.
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