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The idea I have chosen for my final project is a song I have recreated Demi Lovatos fun upbeat track Trainwreck by adding in the meaningful themes of Romeo and Juliet I feel like the lyrics really bring the story to life from beginning to end because it defines the whole love situation I went through every line to make sure that each word has an important meaningI know you are wondering why I chose a song by Demi Lovato but I have my reasons The original song was a very emotional and meaningful track as well as a very good description of Romeo and Juliets first encounter You asked me to dance instead I said no way inside I was dying to give it a try and you begged me so I caved As similar as those lyrics are to the story I just didnt feel like that point was important enough Following my instincts I went with a more crucial plot I did use one line from the original song that really made sense We were so different but opposites attract I feel like that line highlighted the issue that the couple had By adding it to my version of the song I was able to emphasize the clash When I pull it all together with the following themes the song becomes perfect in my eyes because it IS the story of Romeo and JulietThe themes for my project are Love Conquers All and Violence is Not the Answer to Everything My first theme Love Conquers All is shown throughout the whole entire song but more so in a few specific lines The feud was stupid but I would still love you either way Chorus-Line 6 To me this line shows that Juliet is willing to push the feud aside and love Romeo unconditionally no matter what It also brings me back to when Romeo had unwillingly slain Tybalt illegally yet Juliet
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