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Figurative Language In Panic! At The Disco Songs

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Transcript of Figurative Language In Panic! At The Disco Songs

Figurative Languages In Panic! At The Disco Songs
by Lina Figueroa

Hyperbole
"Cause it's nine in the afternoon, and
your eyes are the size of the moon
."
Metaphor
"
You're
worse than
nicotine
."
Personification
"When
the sun found the moon
,
she was drinking tea
in a garden, under the green umbrella trees, in the middle of summer."
Allusion
The Ballad Of Mona Lisa
"Woah,
Mona Lisa
, I'd pay to see you frown."
They make a referance to the famous Renaissance-era oil painting by Leonardo da Vinci
They're giving the sun and the moon human characteristics.
They consider the moon and the sun as human beings who fall in love.
They're exaggerating when they say your eyes are as big as the moon, they mean you have big and beautiful eyes.
When The Day Met The Night
Nicotine
You're really bad but that person still wants to be with/around you.
Nine In The Afternoon
Assonance
Northern Downpour
"If all our life is but a dream,
fantastic posing greed
then we should feed our jewlery to the sea,
for diamonds do appear to be
just like broken glass to me."
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