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Brad Ross English 1 92401 November Rain Hearts can Change Time is at constant flow and what something is today may not be the same tomorrow One cannot step in the same river twice Love is a prime example of how peoples emotions can effect how one feels towards a companion at any given time There are different levels of love that Axl Rose emotionally explains in his song November Rain In the pop culture industry Axl Rose portrayed the bad boy image but in November Rain his lyrics and music video display a range of feelings William Bruce Rose is such an avid writer and singer that he is always writing from raw passion In the process of writing November Rain he was not trying to persuade anyone He was writing the song for another girl He did not try to change society by any means but somehow in his era people tried to mimic his bad boy image There are literally hundreds if not thousands of web sights about him and his band Guns N Roses Of course nearly all the web sights are pictures and fan club bullshit but most sights are in foreign languages because his music is inspirational enough to become world renowned Ross 2 The correlation between the lyrics of November Rain and the video was astoundingly similar I accidentally muted the video but kept on watching I could hear the words just by watching the video The same was with visualizing the video while reading the lyrics The producer of the video must have read the lyrics heard the song and tried to parallel the emotions on a video The first time seeing the video a week ago I was simply transfixed and new this was what I had to write The symphony in the back round was equally beautiful as the long pauses between verses got one to think But it was the lighting
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