Describe a line that you remember from a poem or song
You should say
- What it is
- What song/poem is it from
- How you know about it
- How you feel about it
Well, I would love to share that line of a song that I have never forgotten. There is no doubt that music makes everything more enjoyable. I prefer to listen to music when I am driving and exercising. During the workout, I love to listen to motivational songs, and while behind the wheels, I prefer that kind of music that is neither loud nor boring.
I love to listen to music from all genres, but my favorite is sad music, and the name of the song is Hello by Adele. I vividly remember the lyrics of this song, and I would love to share the first line of the heart-touching song, and it is “Hello, it’s me, I was wondering ….”. The first time I heard this song on Adele’s YouTube channel. After that, I downloaded it on my mobile phone.
Since 2015, I have listened to it more than 500 times. I guess that’s why It is on my fingertips as I have written it. The song is from her album named 25. “Hello” song was released on 23 October 2015, and Adele co-wrote this song with its producer, Greg Kurstin. There is an interesting fact behind the naming patterns of her albums. She names her albums after her age: Her debut was titled 19, and the follow-up was called 21. She recorded Hello when she was 25.
I feel relaxed after listening to her soothing voice. Mostly, I prefer to listen to this song when I am on my bed. I get pretty good sleep once I listen to her voice.
Follow-Up Questions related to the topic “Describe a line that you remember from a poem or song”
- Are you good at memorizing things?
No, not at all. I have a pretty bad memory. However, things that I love I can remember about them., for example, the lyrics of my favorite songs.
- Do you think children like the rhythm of songs or poems?
They love the rhythms of songs more. I don’t know why but I have heard many songs from my nephew but never a single poem. By the way, he is 6 and a fan of music.
- Do you think it is easier for children to learn songs or poems than adults?
Well, It is pretty tough to say. I think we memorize the things effortlessly we hear or read more. Whether it’s child or adult doesn’t matter.
- What can people learn from songs or poems?
People can learn many educational and creative things, especially music students. They can learn how to sing at a low or high pitch.
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