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Dolly, Sadhenna, PandhuRossinie Vennie Mana-AyHistory Song EssayOn creating the song, the song “Omen” created by Disclosure Ft. SamSmith was the chosen background song of our project, that were later changedwith our own modified lyrics suited with the issue we were discussing about.After having a research about songs for our project thoroughly, I believe that thischosen song is the most suitable, and this inference of mine will be justifiedbelow.The chorus part of the original song, which is a rhythmic tone using therepetitive word “Oman”, enables us to create a catchy hook by just making a slightchange on the original change, changing the repetitive line from “Omen” to“Oman”, and is followed with “Oh-oh-oh” which can be related to a cautiousfeeling that we have for them, due to their struggles on maintaining theireconomical state.The verses of the song have a monotonous tone, which gives us anadvantage of having to change each stanza of the song with our lines with ease, asmonotonous lines are typically lack of rhythm and basic intonations. Theinstrumental aspect of the song contributes to the concept/initial reason behindcreating this song, expression of compassion towards the country Oman facing
issues that are demanded to be solved, as the instrumental tone gives a sense of arushing feeling with rises and falls of tone constantly.We were encountering some minor difficulties on creating this song, andmost of them revolved around the difficulty of finding vocabularies proportional