Critic for a Day - Steven Dooley EN100 October 26, 2007...

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Steven Dooley EN100 October 26, 2007 Critic for a Day Criteria: 1. Rhythm- Up-beat, not very slow 2. Profanity- Not much profanity 3. Lyrics- It tells a story, not just words put together 4. Length- Not too long or short, around 3:30 5. Tone- Not a high pitched voice, medium or low tone “The Greatest” Kenny Rogers Little boy in a baseball hat stands in the field with his ball and bat Says, "I am the greatest player of them all" Puts his bat on his shoulder and he tosses up his ball. And the ball goes up and the ball comes down, Swings his bat all the way around The world so still you can hear the sound, the baseball falls to the ground. Now the little boy doesn't say a word, picks up his ball he is undeterred. Says, "I am the greatest that there has ever been" And he grits his teeth and he tries again. And the ball goes up and the ball comes down, Swings his bat all the way around The world so still you can hear the sound, the baseball falls to the ground. He makes no excuses he shows no fear
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This note was uploaded on 02/18/2010 for the course PHY 101 taught by Professor Higdon during the Spring '10 term at St. Ambrose University.

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