Song - This song is about woman who is poor and homeless...

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Nurbol Adilbekov Farran Norris English 104 March 16, 2009 Send "Another Day in Paradise" Ringtone to Cell Phone She calls out to the man on the street sir, can you help me? Its cold and Ive nowhere to sleep, Is there somewhere you can tell me? He walks on, doesnt look back He pretends he cant hear her Starts to whistle as he crosses the street Seems embarrassed to be there Oh think twice, its another day for You and me in paradise Oh think twice, its just another day for you, You and me in paradise She calls out to the man on the street He can see shes been crying Shes got blisters on the soles of her feet Cant walk but shes trying Oh think twice. .. Oh lord, is there nothing more anybody can do Oh lord, there must be something you can say You can tell from the lines on her face You can see that shes been there Probably been moved on from every place cos she didnt fit in there Oh think twice.
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Unformatted text preview: .. This song is about woman, who is poor and homeless. Also, the author of this song wants Americans and people who understand English think twice. They have to think twice before pretending that they are different from her. In the song nobody helps her. Actually, he author persuades audience by creating one character that is unhappy and nobody helps to that character so audience could imagine themselves. Also, the author used very sad tone and it is effective. The author organized this song as a short story with simple words. The ground of this song is people are not kind and everybody is pretending that they cannot hear poor and homeless people. Claim of this song is nobody helps to them. Warrant: when everybody will go to that world they will be same and who pretended and did not help will not enter to paradise....
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This note was uploaded on 08/30/2009 for the course ENGL emch taught by Professor A during the Spring '09 term at Penn State.

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