The Importance Of Born To Be Wild

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“Music is a moral law. It gives soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and charm and gaiety to life and to everything” - Plato. Plato words, music in such beautiful and truthful way. I absolutely agree with Plato; in the sense, that I can always find a great song that connects to powerful times in my life. I am grateful that God put me on Earth. Being born was wonderful for me. To represent this song, I believe “Born to be Wild.” by Steppenwolf is a great representation. “Like a true nature's child, We were born, born to be wild, We can climb so high, I never wanna die”; these lyrics captivate me how I feel after being born. Me being really loved by parents and seeing the beautiful bright light was emotionally tolling for me.…show more content…
Even though it’s cliche, the late and great Michael Jackson song “Bad” is just perfect for my disrespectful and ill-mannered pre-school days. Because, I was still very young during pre-school, I was still learning the law of the land and got in trouble occasionally. I would push, run, and hit at school and did not care at all. Teachers were not fond of me and some students did not like me. However, I heard the song, Bad, and the lyrics: The word is out, You're doin' wrong, Gonna lock you up, Before too long, Your lyin' eyes, Gonna tell you right, So listen up, Don't make a fight, Your talk is cheap, You're not a man, You're throwin' stones, To hide your hands” really resonated with me. In my mind, Michael is specifically talking to me. He is calling me out for being a

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