Select three of the songs (listed below). Using your selected songs,choose and i

Select three of the songs (listed below). Using your selected songs,choose and interpret fourlines. 1.Choose fourquotations, total, from the songsthat focus on Civil Rights and/or civil violence.•You must have at least one quotation from each song•The quotations should address a significant aspect of the social goals/awareness of the song, such as women’s rights, racial equality, etc.•Be sure to include a citation, including song title and artist name2.Write 1-3sentences onyour interpretation of the line (including symbolism, metaphors, and other literary devices that the songwriter used in the lyrics), why you think the songwriterchose to focus on this line’sparticular topic AND write about the way that they did•Think about why this linemight focus on an issue of interest to its listeners•Think about the way the lineis written: does the author use specific language to emphasize a point? Does the author make a moral plea for their project? Do they appeal to people’sstruggles or oppression?•You may also want to include a sentence about how the music impacts the message of the lyricsLeslie Gore, “You Don’t Own Me” (1964)•Aretha Franklin, “Respect” (1964)•Nina Simone, “Mississippi Goddamn” (1964)•Marvin Gaye, “What’s Going On?” (1971)•Buffalo Springfield, “For What It’s Worth” (1967)•Bob Dylan, “The Times They are a-Changin’” (1964)•Edwin Starr, “War” (1970)•Helen Reddy, “I am Woman” (1971)•Dolly Parton, “Just Because I’m a Woman” (1968
Requirements: 2 pages

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