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Sing Out assignment "That you were Romeo, you were throwing pebbles, and my daddy said stay away from Juliet, and I was crying on the staircase begging you please don't go!" This part of "Love Story" by Taylor Swift is just one example of how Romeo and Juliet is correctly portrayed. Even though the usage of this historic story isn't perfect in this song it is pretty accurate. Taylor Swift does a good job of portraying the famous story of Romeo and Juliet. It depicts Romeo and Juliet as love that shouldn't happen. It also makes their love seem like it is unsupported by their families. These two representations of Romeo and Juliet are both correct. This allusion for the most part is accurate. However the reason that it isn't completely accurate is because it only tells you the happy part of the play Romeo and Juliet. It leaves out the death part of the story. This song also explains to its audience that Romeo and Juliet have no support whatsoever, when truly they had the Friar as well as the Nurse in the beginning of the story. The song "Love Story" by Taylor Swift shows a pretty accurate portrayal of the story Romeo and Juliet.

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