Give Peace A Chance - John Lennon (AFOREST Techniques (There are threes…
Give Peace A Chance - John Lennon
John Lennon created this song in 1969 during the Vietnam war. He wanted to spread awareness about violence and to look around and see how many people were dying from gunshots. The sentence "Give peace a chance" is suggesting that we need to have more peace around the world and we should try live in a peaceful environment without war or violence.
The singer (John Lennon) is also a singer for the Beatles and this was his first song that he had ever played without the rest of Beatles.
The title of this song is mention in the chorus and it suggesting we should live in peace without any sort of violence occurring.
There are threes when he says" Bagism, Shagism, Dragism". Then he says "Madism, Ragism, Tagism".
Repetition is in the chorus when he says"All we are saying is give peace a chance, all we are saying is give peace a chance".
There is rhythm when he says"Bagism, Shagism, Dragism, Madism, Ragism, Tagism, This-ism, that-ism, ism ism ism". .
The emotive languages that are used in this song are repetition, threes, facts, and figures, and rhyming.
There are facts and figures as he telling what people are now talking about during their time
This is my favorite protest song
It is easier to understand than the other protest songs.
It has good rhythm that the words get stuck in my head.
The background music is awesome and funny to hear.
I chose this as my favorite song than the rest as I like the theme is talking about non-violence and that it is a singer who is also a singer for the band "the Beatles".
It was sad that he was assassinated on 1980 by Mark David Chapman
This Mind Map is by Alexander Ellison Denman.