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  • Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México Escuela Nacional Preparatoria N° 2 "Erasmo Castellanos Quinto" Students: Julian Uceda Amina Atziry López Godinez Alfredo Ramírez Cera Vania Trejo Madrigal Fernando Teacher: Capulín Pozos Tanya Julieta Subject: English Group: 615 B
  • No Need To Argue September,1994 1994 The Cranberries Dolores O’Riordan Album: Recorded: Released Autor: Group: ZOMBIE Theme The song has a protest content about The Troubles in Northern Ireland. Iit talks about the killing of two kids in a bomb attack in Warrington, England, in 1993. The Cranberries is a band formed at the end of the 80’s. In the begining, the band was called The Cranberry Saw Us. Brothers Noel and Mike Hogan (guitarist and bassist, respectively) formed the band in Limerick, Ireland with the drummer Fergal Lawler in 1990. They wanted a female singer, so Dolores O’Riordan auditioned and she entered to the band. The Cranberries’ debut album, “Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can’t We?”, was released in the spring 1993, followed by the single “Dreams” . After a lot of problems about organization, The Cranberries officially declared that they were taking a break. This finnally gave O’Riordan the time she needed to work on her long-talked-about solo album. Biography “ The Troubles” was a conflict in Northern Ireland of political and military dimensions in the 1960’s between two groups: the Protestant unionist and the Catholic nacionalist. The issue was the constitucional status of Northern Ireland Social and Historical Context: The Warrington Bombings. In 1993, there were two attacks in Warrington, England: The first one was on a gas storage facility, causing huge damage, but no fatalities. The second attack was on Brigde Street, killing two children and injured around 54 people.
    • Activity:
    • -First click on this link to watch this video:
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Ejga4kJUts&ob=av2e
  • Zombie The Cranberries
    • Another 1. ___ hangs lowly,
    • 2. ____ is slowly taken.
    • And the 3. _______ caused such silence,
    • Who are we mistaken?
    • But you see, it's not me, it's not my 4. _____.
    • In your 5. ___, in your head they are fighting,
    • With their tanks and their 6. _____,
    • And their bombs and their 7. ____.
    • In your head, in your head, they are crying...
    • In your head, in your head,
    • 8. ______, zombie, zombie,
    • Hey, hey, hey. What's in your head,
    • In your head,
    • Zombie, zombie, zombie?
    • Hey, hey, hey, hey, oh,
    • Dou, dou, dou, dou, dou...
    • Another 9. _____'s breakin',
    • 10. ____ is taking over.
    • When the violence causes 11. ______,
    • We must be mistaken.
    • It's the same old 12. ____ since nineteen-sixteen.
    • In your head, in your head they're still fighting,
    • With their 13. ____ and their bombs,
    • And their 14. _____ and their guns.
    • In your head, in your head, they are dying...
    • In your head, in your head,
    • Zombie, zombie, zombie,
    • Hey, hey, hey. What's in your head,
    • In your head,
    • Zombie, zombie, zombie?
    • Hey, hey, hey, hey, oh, oh, oh,
    • Oh, oh, oh, oh, hey, oh, ya, ya-a...
    *Then put the correct word in each gap (some are repeated): bombs, family, violence, guns, zombie, head, child, mother, silence, heart, theme, tanks.
  • Answers
    • 1. Head
    • 2. Child
    • 3. Violence
    • 4. Family
    • 5. Head
    • 6. Bombs
    • 7. Guns
    • 8. Zombie
    • 9. Mother
    • 10. Heart
    • 11. Silence
    • 12. Theme
    • 13. Tanks
    • 14. Bombs
    • Another mother's breakin', Heart is taking over. When the vi'lence causes silence, We must be mistaken. It's the same old theme since nineteen-sixteen. In your head, in your head they're still fighting, With their tanks and their bombs, And their bombs and their guns. In your head, in your head, they are dying... In your head, in your head, Zombie, zombie, zombie, Hey, hey, hey. What's in your head, In your head, Zombie, zombie, zombie? Hey, hey, hey, hey, oh, oh, oh, Oh, oh, oh, oh, hey, oh, ya, ya-a...
    Another head hangs lowly, Child is slowly taken. And the violence caused such silence, Who are we mistaken? But you see, it's not me, it's not my family. In your head, in your head they are fighting, With their tanks and their bombs, And their bombs and their guns. In your head, in your head, they are crying... In your head, in your head, Zombie, zombie, zombie, Hey, hey, hey. What's in your head, In your head, Zombie, zombie, zombie? Hey, hey, hey, hey, oh, dou, dou, dou, dou, dou... Zombie lyrics
  • References:
    • http://www.lyrics007.com/Cranberries%20Lyrics/Zombie%20Lyrics.htm
    • * http:// www.mtv.com /music/ artist / cranberries / artist.jhtml
    • * http:// en.wikipedia.org / wiki /Zombie_( song )
    • * http:// en.wikipedia.org / wiki / The_Troubles
    • * http:// en.wikipedia.org / wiki / Warrington_bomb_attacks