Music as a Safe Haven

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Unformatted text preview: Joe Staba Music as a Safe Haven and Lyric Dialogic Journal Not coming from the deepest musician nor the deepest song by the musician, but the song Something You Forgot by Lil Wayne is one of my favorites. In this song he describes a break up in a relationship that he has. I quote has because Im almost positive that the situation he describes in the song has either never happened to him or only some of it is based off a t rue story. Why I like this song so much is because it is something that I can definitely relate to. Not only including myself but the number of people who have experienced a break up in a relationship is probably 1 billion plus. The fact that the general message that Lil Wayne is trying to get across can relate to so many people makes it appealing to a wide audience. It hasnt been the first break up song and is not the last but for some reason that song gets the message to me clearer than any other song I know....
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This note was uploaded on 09/28/2010 for the course ENGR 2044 at Virginia Tech.

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