Lyrics Post: "Title of the Song"

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   For those of you who are lovestruck this Valentine’s Day, here’s a lyrics post.

Title of the Song (A Rhetorical and Structural Analysis of Boy Group Ballads of the Mid- to Late-1990s)
Da Vinci’s Notebook
The Life and Times of Mike Fanning

Declaration of my feelings for you
Elaboration on those feelings
Description of how long these feelings have existed
Belief that no one else could feel the same as I

Reminiscence of the pleasant times we shared
And our relationship’s perfection (a-hwu-ah)
Recounting of the steps that led to our love’s dissolution
Mostly involving my unfaithfulness and lies

Penitent admission of wrongdoing
Discovery of the depth of my affection
Regret over the lateness of my epiphany

Chorus
Title of the song
Naïve expression of love
Reluctance to accept that you are gone
Request to turn back time
And rectify my wrongs
Repetition of the title of the song

Enumeration of my various transgressive actions
Of insufficient motivation
Realization that these actions led to your departure
And my resultant lack of sleep and appetite

Renunciation of my past insensitive behavior
Promise of my reformation (ooh…)
Reassurance that you still are foremost in my thoughts now
Need for instructions how to gain your trust again

Request for reconciliation
Listing of the numerous tasks that I’d perform
Of physical and emotional compensation

Repeat chorus

Acknowledgment that I acted foolishly
Increasingly desperate pleas for your return
Sorrow for my infidelity (Sorry, sorry)
Vain hope that my sins are forgivable
Appeal for one more opportunity
Drop to my knees to elicit crowd response
Prayers to my chosen deity
Modulation and I hold a high note…

Repeat chorus to fade

2 comments on “Lyrics Post: "Title of the Song"”

    • DamionKutaeff
    • March 22, 2008
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    Hello everybody, my name is Damion, and I’m glad to join your conmunity,
    and wish to assit as far as possible.

  1. Reply

    Hi.
    It’s test. This site was probably down…

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