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Through out the music business many artists use their songs to do many things maybe its to tell a story or maybe to point out certain aspects of society In the song Between Angels and Insects by Papa Roach the band uses a more direct approach rather than with symbolism to point out societys dependence on commerce and spending The writer Coby Dick is trying to point out how its more important to focus on who you are and what life should really be about rather than on owning the nicest things and having the most money The song begins with the chorus The chorus contains several important lines and is repeated through out the song with passion In lines 1 through 3 Coby Dick says Theres no money theres no possession only obsession I dont need that Take my money Take my obsession Here Dick is commenting on how the world is so obsessed with commerce and spending Hes saying that its as if the money and the possessions mean nothing and its all just become a way of life Again in line 7 Dick says You cant find the conclusion Life style and obsession Here Dick is again commenting on how many and spending have become and obsession in the world The line You cant find the conclusion is referring to how money can blind a person and cause them to not see how their life of spending and greed will affect them in the end People will refuse to look at how their life will end and simply focus making money and trying to have that money make them happy In lines 8 and 9 Dick states Diamond rings get you nothin but a life long lesson and your pocket book stressin Here he is referring to how all the things that a person buys may make them happy at the time but the only thing that will come of it in
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