Presentation on theme: "Musical Figurative Language By: Nilah Rojas. Simile Skyscraper- Demi Lovato “Like I’m made of glass, like I’m made of paper” It’s a simile because shes."— Presentation transcript:
Musical Figurative Language By: Nilah Rojas
Simile Skyscraper- Demi Lovato “Like I’m made of glass, like I’m made of paper” It’s a simile because shes using the word “like” and she compares herself to glass and paper; meaning she’s weak. Paper and glass break easily.
Metaphor Firework by Katy Perry “Baby, you’re a firework..” This is a metaphor because she compares you to a firework; meaning be yourself and stand up for yourself and others. It doesn’t use “like” or “as”.
Alliteration Rockin’ Robin by Michael Jackson “ Rockin’ Robin, rock, rock” Alliteration is the repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words. These lyrics all start with a “r” at the beginning of each word.
Hyperbole Grenade by Bruno Mars “I’d catch a grenade for you, throw my hand on a blade for you…” A hyperbole are exaggerated statements, not to be taken seriously. This was a hyperbole because he said he would ‘catch a grenade’. He just wants to say that he would do anything for her, but not for real.
Onomatopoeia Firework by Katy Perry “Boom, Boom, Boom. Even brighter than the moon, moon, moon” This is a onomatopoeia because they use words associated with what is being said. In these lyrics the onomatopoeia is “boom, boom, boom”.
Imagery/Sensory Details I’m Yours by Jason Mraz “I tried to be chill but you’re so hot that I melted; I felt right through the cracks, now I’m trying to get back” These lyrics were imagery/ sensory details because you can visualize what is going on during that time.