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    Bitter Sweet Symphony by the Verve

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    Bitter Sweet Symphony by the Verve A contemporary song must be carefully chosen to be put in the UTD time capsule. The song must cover the many characteristics assembled in this class as well as the many characteristics of our generation. ìBitter Sweet Symphonyî by the Verve is the perfect song to combine these positive and negative aspects. It will fairly portray to the future the many colors of the students of UTD. ìBitter Sweet Symphonyî should be chosen by the class, because it is the

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    The Bitter Sweet Symphony of Life

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    The Bitter Sweet Symphony of Life Time capsules are a trendy way of preserving the past for a period of time, in hopes of capturing physical proof of the advances in our society. Therefore, I am not surprised that many educational institutions have embraced the concept of a time capsule. However, this creates a problem: How can singular items be chosen to represent multitudes of ideas, creations, and people? The only logical conclusion to this dilemma is to allow those being represented

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    Bitter Sweet Symphony by Erin Flannery

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    Bitter Sweet Symphony by Erin Flannery True, it was a hard decision when I was decided which of my classmatesí papers to choose as ìthe one.î I considered a question when trying to decide. I asked myself, ìWhat purpose this time capsule will serve?î My answer told me that the song inside this time capsule must be one that can still teach a message while telling the future generation something about our time. I believe the culmination to this answer was found in Erin Flanneryís ìBitter Sweet

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    Analysis of the Songs Bittersweet Symphony, Fixing a Hole, and Creep Music has played an important role in the daily lives of people everywhere and perhaps the most influential music has come from British artists. The Beatles faced a problem when, John Lennon innocently stated that The Beatles were, in fact, more popular than Jesus. In the song "Fixing a Hole", The Beatles sing about the problem with the media. The song "Creep", by Radiohead, deals with a personal problem. It illustrates the

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    Everyoneís Song

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    them know how ìgrandî life is in our time would be a misrepresentation. There will be numerous remnants to display the beauty of our era. It might be more advantageous to impart the reality of our age in the time capsule. Overall, choosing ìBitter Sweet Symphonyî for the time capsule will benefit our descendents. "Time Capsule" is defined in the Oxford English Dictionary as "a container used to store for posterity a selection of objects thought to be representative of life at a particular time

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    According to Kim Johnson, by VJ Day when the Japanese army surrendered on the August 15, 1945, steelbandsmen were ready and not only in the capital city but also throughout the urban centers of the Colony, steelbands ruled the road. The celebrations started the night of Tuesday August 14 1945, and continued until the wee hours of Friday morning. On Wednesday trucks were adorned with Chinese slogans and posters of Chiang Kai Shek formed a procession that drove to the Chinese consulate. The Carnival

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    Beneath The Rubble

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    face. Maybe he was still sleeping? –‘Get real Nina’, I thought. How could I be so naive to think that he was still sleeping; amidst so much destruction and desolation? I could hear screams of a macabre quality, a terrible symphony of pain, each note dripping with sadness. A bitter song filled with rage that got softer every now and then. It was the official announcement that someone, somewhere beneath the rumble was no longer apart of the cacophony of screams. That they had died. As the hours passed

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    Beethoven, from life to death, was a great musician. As a composer or as a pianist, he is known as great. Many of his pieces are still known to people today. He wrote music from when he was a young boy to shortly before he died, despite going deaf. He is also widely known as the greatest composer of all time. Even in his last years of deafness and death, he wrote some of his most famous pieces of music. He was the first musician that had a salary to compose when and how he felt. (Ludwig van Beethoven

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    Phoenix

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    Phoenix as if he had been crushed. "I want you." Edgeworth had been true to his feelings for so long, it gaze an amazing thrill to at last do the same. He pulled Edgeworth down; closer; hotter. Their bodies spoke a language they never could, melding a symphony of sheer bliss. Phoenix knew--and likely always had--that this was something he could never give up. After all, he was no idiot.

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