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John Lennons song Imagine is by all means a classic which will endure in the hearts of many as long as it is still around With that in mind I believe that it should live on by being placed in the UTD time capsule It has many aspects that make it the ideal song for such a project from its musical quality to its imperative message of peace Lennons melodic style conveys a poignant innocence which complements the theme of the song perfectly The music stays simple and seems to grasp the lyrics without a seam It is the type of song that will appeal to almost anyone who hears it because of its rythmic almost hypnotic sound I dont know what the music of the future will sound like but I believe a song like this is one that can be enjoyed by all generations to come It isnt the music of our generation today not rock with heavy distortion or rap with deafening bass nor is it the synthesised RnB many of us choose to listen to It is the type of song that touches a persons heart the kind of music we listen to because we can feel it This selection is a more instrumental rock that is set apart from all other genres deserving of the reverance received in the decades past and for those to come This song is trully a tribute to great music and has been likened to the twentieth centuries answer to Beethovens Moonlight Sonata and Bachs Fantasia In that regard this song is seen as one the greatest songs of our century and isnt that the type of musical merit we should consider when selecting the one song to represent us in the capsule The song itself is asking that we see the world consciously and dont just coast by on what others have established as right It wants you to invoke
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