Diction And Denotation In A Bugatti

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Diction helps to create a particular tone in the song because he uses lines that could either be understand as him showing off or him setting goals for himself, which could then be motivational. He says lines like “A Bugatti boy, plus payback” which if true is mind blowing because a Bugatti is a one million plus car and a maybach is a two hundred thousand plus car. On the other hand if those are goals then the songs switches to a more motivational song then a song that shows off his luxurious things. Denotation could be used as the motivational one in this song and then connotation could be the one where he shows off what he has. Overall diction helps give the song a motivational feel which could even inspire some people.

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