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A deconstructionist would celebrate the song "Spain" by Between the Trees.
One reason they would celebrate this song because the song explains every detail and every word is there for a reason. They describe every detail and paint a picture in your head of all the words in the song. A quote from the song is ”Can we sail to Spain, just me and you? Open ocean and the bright blue sky above. Well do you want, do you want the moon? I’ll get it for you" it paints a picture of the ocean and the sky in your head.
Another reason, a deconstructionist would also celebrate the way the author sees or hears it. A quote would be “Give me a dance she says, just take my hand she says I don’t want anything let’s make a getaway just me and you, babe the rest of the world can wait 'cause I’ve been waiting for you, I’ve been waiting with the world on hold. Do you think that we can really just be alone? Far from all that seems to keep us apart”. This quote might mean one thing to you and a completely different thing to the author or song writer.
In conclusion, a deconstructionist would celebrate the song “Spain” by Between the Trees because it explains every detail and it paint a picture in your head. They would also celebrate this song because the way we hear it is different from the way the song writer hears it. They know the background to the song and we know the lyrics.
Article posted February 8, 2012 at 07:47 AM •
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