Gone Baby Gone By John Cole Analysis

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Gone Baby Gone Abortion is a predominant issue in the U.S. today, and many people don’t comprehend the fact that they are killing a life inside of a woman. The term abortion is commonly used to refer to the encouraged or tempted abortion, which has been filled with controversy around the world today. There have been a number of songs in recent years that have expressed this social issue and have had an impact on society. In the lyrically emotional song by hip hop artist J. Cole, “Lost Ones,” from his album Cole World: A Sideline Story (2011) Cole speaks on behalf of the many women and properly identifies the struggles that a young unmarried couple go through in both perspectives. His loud voice in certain parts of the song create a vivid picture in getting his emotional point across to the listeners. Another song that captures the realistic struggles of abortion is “Retrospect for Life” by Common from the album One Day it’ll All Make Sense (1997). The rapper’s autobiographical lyrics ponder the choices of birth for a woman impregnated by him and the mental struggle of a…show more content…
Largely enough the debate has been cast in terms of “pro-life” views and “pro-choice” views, but it is clearly a much more complex issue for Christians (thepluralismproject). The overall decision for abortion is the hardest step for a woman or young couple, since there are so many different factors that come into play. Emotional and psychological effects are more common than physical side effects and can range depending on the woman, from mild regret to more serious complications such as depression. Men are usually ruled out to be the enemy to the decision or who force it among the woman. Regardless if the man is for the procedure or against it, he should still be there for the woman and support the girl he planted his seed

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