The Hobbit Tone Analysis

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There are three main people in the hobbit that sing a song the Dwarves,Elves,Goblins and all three have all different type of tones.
The Dwarves have a tone that is not a sad tone or an angry tone it's a happy tone the Dwarves sing with such happiness nothing really does bring them down when they are all singing. Cause it talks about so many thing like about how much they like gold and how much they like sleeping and being lazy. But on the other hand the Goblins sing with a certain kind of

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