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  • 1. “Stand”BY: Rascal FlattsBY: Monse Velazquez
  • 2. LYRICS(;
  • 3. MusicalDevices!
  • 4. End Rhyme• There is an example of end rhyme in the lines 31,and 33.• 31) “And get back in the race”• 33) “Starts to Fall into place”• In these lines, the “ace” sound is repeated.
  • 5. Repetition(:• Because it repeats the words 2 times!! It repeats the word. LINES(;• 5) “But you’ll be alright, You’ll be alright”• 14) “Then you Stand, Then you stand”
  • 6. Slant Rhyme<3• Words that are spelled the same and sound the same but they really don’t.• 10) “On your knees you look up,”• 11) “Decide you’ve had enough”
  • 7. [Chorus:] Cause when push comes to shove You taste what you’re made of You might bend, till you break Cause its all you can take On your knees you look up Decide you’ve had enough You get mad you get strong Wipe your hands shake it off Then you stand, Then you stand Life’s like a novel With the end ripped out The edge of a canyon With only one way down Take what you’re given before its gone Start holding on , keep holding on…..• After every “STANDS” it comes back.
  • 8. Alliteration(:• Alliteration happens when words began with the same letters.!!! Line! STAND• 8) “You might bend, Till you break
  • 9. FigurativeLanguage
  • 10. Simile;)• Simile its when you use like or as.