Song Analysis Of The Song Explanation Of 'Romeo And Juliet'

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“Riot” - Three Days Grace : The song also talks about how “if [they] feel so angry, so ripped off, so stepped on” then they should start a riot. This could be used to describe Sampson and Gregory at the beginning of Act One, Scene One. They are angry, because of the heat and the Capulets just provoke them even more when they show up. They may also feel like the capulets are stepping on them just because of the rivalry between the two families, which is why they want to fight even more. “Stolen Dance” - Milky Chance : This song is about a man in love with a girl. It talks about how they are dancing, but it also mentions that they should not speak of it. This could be used for the Act One, Scene Five at the Capulet party when Romeo and Juliet…show more content…
It talks about how someone is trying to keep the couple apart, just like how the parents are keeping Romeo and Juliet apart due to their feud. This song would be good for Act Three, Scene Five because it talks about how “the night has reached its end” and this is when Romeo and Juliet are waking up. The lyrics also show the singer asking “Is this our last embrace?” just like how when Romeo is leaving, him and Juliet do not know for sure if they will see each other again. “Face Down” - The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus : This song is about a man who abuses his girlfriend. This could be used for Act Three, Scene Five when Lord Capulet is trying to force Juliet to get married, and when she says she does not want to hits her. The song also states that “ every action in the world will bear a consequence.” The consequence for that will be Juliet wanting to die and actually faking her…show more content…
Romeo’s love for Juliet could be seen as a drug, because he cannot live without her. The singer talks about how he’s “sitting by a fire on a lonely night”, which is the state in which romeo is in when Balthasar comes to deliver the news of Juliet in Act Five, Scene one. The songs alsos talks about “one last kiss, before [he goes]” which represents the moment when Romeo will give her a kiss before he kills himself in Act Five, Scene Three. “I Will Follow You Into The Dark” - Death Cab For Cutie : This song talks about a man (the singer) who is in love and willing to do anything for them. He states that “someday [his love] will die, but [he’ll] be close behind” and that “[he’ll] follow [them] into the dark”. The first line insinuates that the dark represents death, but it also represents other situations his partner may get into. This song could be used in Romeo and Juliet during Act Five, Scene Three for two reasons. The first is when Romeo literally follows her into the dark, when he goes into her tomb since that is where she is lying. The other is when he commits suicide to be with her, to follow her into the
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