HU_310_Unit_2_Project

HU_310_Unit_2_Project - become. I think it is saying that...

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HU 310 – Science, Culture and Advanced Technology Unit 2 Project Kaplan University Instructor: Crystal Hofegartner
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Song: (nothing But) Flowers Performed by: Talking Heads Songwriters: Harrison, Jerry; Byrne, David; Weymouth, Tina; Frantz, Chris The lyrics describe a post-apocalyptic world in which modern technology has been largely eliminated. Lead singer David Byrne, as the song's protagonist, is torn between his appreciation for nature's beauty and his dependency on such disappeared items as lawnmowers and fast food. ((Nothing But) Flowers by Talking Heads)
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I think that the song is funny! It's making fun of what modern times have become or will
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Unformatted text preview: become. I think it is saying that we live in a very material culture and should think about the future; what we may miss. I had chosen another song for this project at first, but, it said nothing about technology aside from its name, The Scientist by Coldplay. So, after just listening to this song, I sort of like it. It made me think about the old days and what has changed and about future; the possibilities of what will be no more. Reference: (Nothing But) Flowers by Talking Heads . (n.d.). Retrieved from Song Facts: http://www.songfacts.com/detail.php?id=7580...
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