Fall Line - Benjamin Kronenberger 27 March 2008 "Fall Line"...

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Benjamin Kronenberger 27 March 2008 “Fall Line” by Jack Johnson Jack Johnson was born on May 18, 1975. Fourteen years later would be the beginning of a legend when Jack Johnson picked up his first guitar. Johnson has been a singer/song writer since his college years. He has put out five albums; the first one coming out in 2001 and his most recent being released earlier this year. Johnson almost became a pro-surfer, but after a life threatening crash and 150 stitches, he decided to become a musician. The song “Fall Line” comes from Jack’s “On and On” album. I believe that this song is all a metaphor of society as it is today. “Fall Line” mentions" the box with the view of the world, and the wars that fill the frame.” This line is referring to the television; more specifically, all the wars that are going on in our world today. At the end of the first stanza, the line states that “we gotta stop; we gotta turn it all off, we gotta rewind and start it up again.” This line has a lot of meaning to it. It is
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course ENG 121 taught by Professor Howard during the Spring '08 term at Sinclair CC.

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Fall Line - Benjamin Kronenberger 27 March 2008 "Fall Line"...

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