Presentation on theme: "Musical Figurative Language By: Eric Le. Simile (Credits of Billie Jean, by Michael Jackson) She was more like a beauty queen from a movie scene.” -Michael."— Presentation transcript:
Musical Figurative Language By: Eric Le
Simile (Credits of Billie Jean, by Michael Jackson) She was more like a beauty queen from a movie scene.” -Michael Jackson compares the girl in the song to a beautiful movie actress.
Metaphor (Credits of Titanium by David Guetta) You shoot me down, but I won’t fall, I am titanium.” -The person is compared to titanium in this lyric, meaning that the person is resilient to falling down even when being shot at.
Alliteration (Credits of Rockin’ Robin by Jackson 5) Rockin' robin, tweet tweet tweet... He out- bopped the buzzard and the oriol” -Rockin’ robin and bopped the buzzard both display examples of alliteration used by the Jackson 5 in this song.
Hyperbole (Credits of Just the Way You Are, by Bruno Mars) Oh, her eyes, her eyes make the stars look like they’re not shinin’.” -This lyric is a hyperbole because it is making an extreme exaggeration that her eyes are bright enough to overpower the brilliance of the stars’ shine.
Onomatopoeia (Credits of Through the Fire and Flames, by Dragonforce,) As the red day is dawning, and the lightning cracks the sky.” -The use of onomatopoeia expressed when the lightning in the sky was described with a “crack” across the sky.
Imagery (Credits of Miss Jackson, the Disco A face like heaven catching lighting in your nightgown.” -This song describes the characteristics of Miss Jackson’s appeal to heaven and brightness.