The Differences and Similarities of “Say All I Need” and “Two Is Better Than One”

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The Differences and Similarities of
“Say All I Need” and “Two is Better Than One”
I think all of us have favorite songs, and I guess all kinds of songs have differences and similarities. I have many favorite songs, especially romantic songs. The first song is “Say All I Need” and the second song is “Two is Better Than One”. I choose the two songs because the word choice is easily understood and I can enjoy the music. So, do you know about the two songs? And who is the singer? I suppose you know the two songs because they are popular. Then, the singer of the first song is One Republic and the second song is Boys Like Girls. Although, they are romantic and popular song, in my opinion they have more differences than similarities.

Between “Say All I Need” and “Two is Better Than One” songs, there are a few minor similarities in music genre and sentence structure of the two songs. They have both Pop Rock music genre and, they also have simple past tense and present continuous tense in the lyrics of the two songs. “You felt it so strong” and “You’re doing your best ” are the example of the simple past tense and present continuous tense of the first song, whereas “You came into my life and I thought hey” and “I’m thinking two, is better than one” are the example of the simple past tense and present continuous tense of the second song.

Then, the first obvious difference is in the plot of the two songs. The plot of the first song is about the person who wants to be perfect, while the second song is about a couple who wants to always together. After that, the second difference is in the message of the two songs. Based on the song writer of the first song, Tedder said, “This song is about being happy with what we have in life, and not obsessing over what we don’t have. Whether, it’s a person or relationship, love, or success, or even fame.” But based on the song writer of the second song, Martin said, “This song compares how being lonely in the present isn’t same as...
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