Presentation on theme: "By: Selena Gomez and the Scene. I personally chose this song because nobody should change who they are just because they are told to by someone else."— Presentation transcript:
By: Selena Gomez and the Scene
I personally chose this song because nobody should change who they are just because they are told to by someone else. The song is like someone telling you that you are perfect just the way you are. It also means that you don’t have to look a certain way just to get some peoples attention or to fit in with a certain clique/group.
Selena wrote this song when she was in elementary school and because some kids where saying that she is ugly. Selena (in the song) is saying that no matter what you look like or who you really are you are perfect and you can’t change the way you look or the way you see things will not change yourself.
The message is: inner beauty is more important than outer beauty. The point of the message is that if people change themselves, they won’t understand that inner beauty is more important than outer beauty. The other message: be yourself.
The tone of the song is every happy moment you can think of. It is a joyful tone and has a happy beat and rhythm The beat sounds like a happy song you're listening to during a walk/jog.
My favourite lines in the song is: Who says, who says you're not perfect Who says you're not worth it Who says you're the only one that's hurting Trust me that's the price of beauty Who says you're not pretty Who says you're not beautiful, who says? These are my favourite lines in the song because she is saying that no matter what you look like or who you are, you are beautiful.
This is a good example of literary devices because this song has rhymes, a simile and repetition.
Repetition- it is saying that nobody can tell you to change Rhyme- the song keeps saying who is telling you to change Simile- the song is also saying that you are like a work of art and you never get to see the light because of all the lies