Unformatted text preview: masculine power however one day when she saw the reality of her idealized masculine world, she grew hatred with her idealized world maybe she still envied her ideal, she adored her boyfriend’s spirit of liberty, freedom however she just decided to be self-respective instead of growing hatred or just adoring her ideal as idiot The song of simple plan ends with “And now I try hard to make it I just wanna make you proud Im never gonna be gwood enough for you I can't pretend that im alright And you can't change me.” Instead of changing himself as his father planned, he respects what he really wants to do, saying ‘you can’t change me!’ we can’t end up just being adoring our ideals. We have to make our movement in our reality. Instead of looking our ideals, we have to do our best....
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- Spring '11
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