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We Are One (Ole Ola) [The Official 2014 FIFA World Cup Song]

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mishel etingen

on 17 October 2014

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Transcript of We Are One (Ole Ola) [The Official 2014 FIFA World Cup Song]

Song Analysis
The explicit message:
The explicit message of this song is stating unity and showing all the nations come together. Specific lyrics from the song “
One love, one life, one world, one fight, whole world, one night, one place, Brazil
”. The artist uses the word “one” a lot making it seems as the whole world will become “one” if coming to Brazil.
The implicit message:
How does this song have a strong influence on identity?
We Are One (Ole Ola) [The Official 2014 FIFA World Cup Song]
What does this song mean?
The song that I have chosen is called “We Are one” by Pitbull ft. Jennifer Lopez which I feel has a strong influence on identity. The meaning/message of this song is unity symbolizing the world coming as one to celebrate the official FIFA World cup 2014 occurring in Brazil.
Quick Question for you!
* Do you think you we're influenced by this song?
* Would this song change you/ your identity in any way?

Who is the target?
The song "we are one" is specifically targeted at soccer player/fans that enjoy watching or playing this sport, the reason being is because FIFA world cup is a major part of soccer. Soccer is a big part of some cultures and can also define individuals.
The perspective (or bias) that the text takes.
The perspective of this song is from Brazil wanting countries to join them for a once in four year’s celebration, since the song is sang by a Spanish-Cuban singer, no perspective is given from rest of the world.In reality the song is hiding the fact that the world will not unite due to differences in culture, beliefs, politics, and religion. This creates a bias text because soccer will not unite and bring ALL nations. This national sport does not apply to all individuals, making the song bias.
The implicit message of this song is targeted at teens showing that you should respect people from all over the world no matter their culture. Since soccer is played in many countries, by joining this event, you show your appreciation of being together. The song gives teens the feeling that when attending FIFA world cup, it doesn’t matter about race because we all share one field and play a game. The specific lyrics “
It's your world, my world, our world today, and we invite the whole world, whole world to play
” this type of feature is called rhyme. This message is implying how if that soccer will make the whole world play.
Did the song influence me?
As i listened to the song, the song impacted me because i am interested in soccer. The songs lyrics captured my attention making me want to find out more information about Brazil more, which countries are participating and more details.
I feel like this song can have an affect on identity because this song might encourage you to play soccer more or get more into it. This song can also make you feel a certain way and identify you as an individual if soccer is a big part of your culture.
by: mishel etingen
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