Eye Of The Tiger Rhetorical Analysis

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There is not a more fitting yet accurate representation than to commence this paper with the lyrics from Eye of the Tiger (Sullivan, 1982). Without even typing the words, it is a fair assumption that the ballads, harmonies, and chorus are playing in your mind. The imagery and feeling you accompany with the song creep into your thoughts. Words that without a musical formation would be lost, are remembered with precise accuracy – but why? How is it that due to a rhythmic structure a combination of words are easily recalled? In this paper, we will be discussing how it is that words and phrases set to music invoke our mind to immediately memorize and then meticulously recall them. Yet in contrast, the same words would be easily forgotten and difficult

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