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ROYALS by Lorde
Transcript of ROYALS by Lorde
Lorde's song, "Royals", displays many examples of a
. In her song, she states that "everybody is like... / tigers on a gold leash" (8). This use of exaggeration aids her idea about the wealthy's "love affair" with money and fame (10).
Lorde's use of
gives the audience the perspective from her view. Through the lyrics, we experience images of people "counting [their] dollars on the train to the party" (20). This emphasizes the idea of
In addition, it gives the
speaker some of the
Katie Maloney and Kaila Hardisty
3 February 2015
-Lorde is from Auckland, New Zealand and was born on November 7th, 1996.
-After her father sent a video of Lorde singing a cover of "Warwick Avenue" when she was 12, Lorde was being approached with a deal from the Universal Music Group.
-Four years later, she released a debut album, "Pure Heroine", which reached the top charts.
-She is currently in high school and plans to graduate this year.
-"Lorde" is Ella Marija Lani Yelich-O'Connor's stage name.
used in Lorde's song,
"Royals". She claims that "every song is like gold
teeth, grey goose,
tripping in the bathroom" (5). In this verse, Lorde says that every song on the radio is about fame and parties. This realization of the audience supports her overall theme.
S i m i l e
H Y P E R B O L E
We chose this song based off our love for
it and the artist. We were driven by
curiosity to discover the true
meaning of this modern
WHY THIS SONG?
It is best to live your life without getting "caught up in [the world's] love affair" with money and fame (11); to be truly happy is to be content with what you are given. Money doesn't measure greatness.
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