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Unformatted text preview: . He feels his career is ending because he is becoming disconnected from his music . His disconnect and his lost intentions for his music are the driving force which lead to ending and weakening of his career at that point . Dylan goes on to express his emotions . It seems as if he is depressed and that his depression is caused by his disconnection from his music . His depression is taking away his desire to write songs . When he describes his no desire to compose, it seems as if he is not going to write another song for a while . It seems as if the more he goes without writing a song the harder it will be to write one and the harder it will be to feel the desire to write a song . Dylan constantly expresses the importance of his emotions . His emotions are keeping him away from writing and his emotions are what helped him write great songs . His emotions contributed to his songs directly ....
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- Spring '08