Analysis Of Better Together By Jack Johnson

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“Love takes off masks that we fear we cannot live without and know we cannot live within” (Baldwin, n.d). Within a relationship having deep secrets can be seen as lying, but if you tell your deepest secrets to who you love you will take a weight off of your shoulders. Throughout the song “Better Together”, Jack Johnson uses irony, paradox and imagery to show how an impossible love became possible just by working together. This love became not just any love, it contains relationship goals everyone desires. Through the song Johnson makes clear his point of view and wants to persuade others to believe in love. Not every relationship starts in the perfect way because you can never fully know a person. The author uses irony to show how their dreams of being in a relationship started as dreams and ended being real, tangible things. When Johnson says, “Our dreams, they 're made out of real things” (Ronson, 2005) this means if someone wants true love they have to work on it to make it happen. The perfect way is not easy, but in the song it explains how working together made them be able to pursue their goal of being together. At the song we can see how the author wants people to know this kind of perfect story in which the only way to make things right is by working together; this is a way to persue you to find that person that will not only make you happy, but by working together everything will be roses and flowers. Things that we believe are imposible can just in one click

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