How Far I Ll Go Speech

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How Far I’ll GO ¬¬¬¬¬¬ “If I were not a physicist, I would probably be a musician. I often think in music. I live my daydreams in music. I see my life in terms of music.” ― Albert Einstein. From this quote, it is obvious how important music is and that it may shape our lives. Today the song “How Far I’ll Go” from the Disney Film “Moana” will be discussed regarding its suitability for Triple J’s Special Broadcast “Songs that Shape Us”. This popular track is about being independent and following our dreams. The figurative language and poetic devices have taken a significant role to introduce the idea of the song to all of us. “How Far I’ll Go” is definitely a worthy choice for the broadcast with its in-depth issue and the its poignant figurative language being used. This song questions why aren’t people following their dreams and goals. Why this is an important issue in society? What is a dream? A child might say he wants to become an astronaut but he refuses to try to do it when he grows up as he believes it is “unrealistic”. According to the Daily Mail Australia, half the workers surveyed regret not following their childhood dreams. “Adults in their 40s were found to be most fed up in their chosen…show more content…
The song absolutely reaches its aim by using poetic devices. The lyrics describes family pressure and that reality should not be an excuse for avoiding risks during one’s lifetime and giving up one’s dream. The target audiences are young people and the poetic devices are simple and catchy, so that young minds may be shaped by Moana’s motivational words. The use of alliteration in the line “Every turn I take, every trail I track which make the song catchy. In brief, “How Far I’ll Go” has a remarkable influence on young audiences to inspire them to chase their dreams. Since this is a very important step in their life, therefore, the song should be on the “Songs That Shape Us”
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