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Music Assignment - Who are you? The song that I feel best relates to this quotation and my state of mind is Who I Am by Nick Jonas and the Administration.

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Music Project: Who Are You? ?Be who you are and say what you feel because those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind.? - Dr. Seuss Of all the humorous and inspiring quotes I?ve ever read, this is the quotation that best represents how I have lived by for most of my life, and I believe more accurate words could not be spoken. Being true to myself and who I am as an individual is something I strongly trust in. In addition, having the courage and strength to stand up for what I have confidence or belief in, even when others have a different point of view or attitude, is very important to me. In my opinion, this quote means that people who attempt to make me experience low self-confidence and esteem about myself and question my capabilities do not matter. It represents the fact that everyone has the right to express an opinion and has the freedom to do so. ...read more.

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I am for anyone because those friends who like me for who I am are more important than those who like me for being someone else. The first verse of ?Who I Am? states ?I want someone to love me for who I am. I want someone to need me. Is that so bad?? This is the verse I feel that I can best relate to because it means that I want everyone to appreciate me for who I am and to be able to accept me for everything I can do. This verse is about loving someone for who they are, and also, someone loving me for whom I am. In my opinion, it means that you shouldn?t pick seven things you hate or love about someone, but just to love them period. The second verse that I feel represents how I?m feeling is ?Nothing makes sense. Nothing makes sense anymore. ...read more.

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I'm shaking off all of the pain. You're breaking my heart. Breaking my heart once again.? I want to break from the madness, pain, and conformity. More than wanting happiness I am searching for freedom. I continuously experience a bad feeling that is getting me down for a long time. I need someone to love me for the good things I do and not judge me or try to change me. In conclusion, I can truly relate to this song and quote because they have a strong and similar meaning that I am associated with everyday. Needing someone to love me for who I am, and what I am made of is more important than having someone love me for how I look, and for the things I have. I don?t understand why someone would want to change and arrange me because that?s not what I call love. I need a true companion who is different from people who are phony. There is something that everyone can love about me and I just hope that they can find it without judging me. By: Kasia Neil ...read more.

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