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Loneliness and its sufferings have been expressed in many poems and songs by many poets and artists One of the great examples where a song explains about loneliness is Show Me the Meaning of Being Lonely which is composed by the Backstreet Boys in 1999 In this song the Backstreet Boys sings about a loss of a person in ones life and how that is meant to the certain person It explains the point in life where one is lonely by giving their meaning loneliness Another good example is also a song called I Want You Back by N Sync which they composed in 1997 N Sync also sings about a loss of a person in a way through a loving relationship between friends breaking up Their song describes the reason of the breakup and how the person will try to win hisher lover back Although their way of expressing loneliness is quite different from the Backstreet Boys it uses the same general idea of being lonely In comparison Show Me the Meaning of Being Lonely by the Backstreet Boys is a written more successfully about loneliness than I Want You Back by N Sync varying in many reasons such as the use of poetic terms the imagery it gives to the listeners and the actual structure of how the song is written Given these facts the Backstreet Boys makes it easier for listeners to understand their song and its ways to solve problems as well as the message they are trying to give out One of the reasons Show Me the Meaning of Being Lonely expresses a better meaning of loneliness than I Want You Back is that it uses a variety of poetic terms First both artists exaggerate loneliness by using hyperbole to make it sound more dramatic The Backstreet Boys used hyperbole in the phrase Eyes of stone observes the trend Its good use of the description allows the listeners
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