Many songs use different literary devices to communicate a message out to t he audience. One of those songs is “Sunshine” by Mantissas, which displays symbolism, imagery y, figures of speech, tone, and theme. Others might not enjoy the song because it gives mixed signals. AH though that is true, there are much more reasons to why someone would enjoy it. “Sunshine” by Matins aha is an effective song because the artist uses a potpourri of literary terms to present his meaning to he audience.
Mantissas uses symbolism to define the deeper meaning of never giving up n his song. In “Sunshine”, the artist says, “You’re my golden sunshine”, which symbolizes the center of happiness in life. The artist is telling someone that they are his golden sunshine which trans lattes to something such as “you are the light of my life”. The audience is told that there is someone or so meeting out there that keeps him at his peak of happiness and also benefits his eagerness in life.
An other symbol in this song is he shelter that the artist refers to when he says “I’d be your shelter from the storm”. This particular line is both a symbol and a metaphor. The artist is the actual “shelter to which he refers to, and symbolizes safety and security. He would protect that person from the bad things thrown at them in life. Although both lyrics are only a small line, they generate a deeper meaning than what is actually portrayed, which makes this song so great. Imagery is a very creative device that is used in the song. It’s raining in your mind, so push hem clouds aside” is one of the lines that display it. In addition to imagery, HTH s line is also a form Of Dry 2 personification, because the mind does not actually rain. This line means that the person Mantissas is referring to is thinking in a negative way, or only of bad things in their life, and what they really need to be doing is forgetting about the negative and focusing on the positive good the inns they should be happy about. “Reach for the sky, keep your eye on the prize”, is both a hyperbole an d understatement.
This nine anticipates the type of goal the artist has for himself, and advice he has to others. Keep looking forward or keep your mind set on your goal, because there is never a limit in achieving it. In “Sunshine”, there is a variety of figurative language that is used. “Found the ground beneath my feet gone”, is a form of alliteration and metaphor. The artist is telling the a audience that he lost the steady foundation in his life which kept him sane and practical. One of the 10th ere types of metaphors/ similes are “Time to grow and be a man, want to fly high like Peter pan”.
The a artist is saying that it is time to take responsibility for yourself and learn new things in life be cause they are part of what is needed to become successful and happy. These types of figurative language e are used in the song to communicate interest and creativity, which is another reason why “Sunshine” is effective. Without a tone, songs and poems would not have emotion. The tone of “Suns hint” is confident and faithful, as if no one could give up on anything when listening to this song .
The whole chorus where it says, “Reach for the sky, keep your eye on the prize, forever in my mind be my golden sunshine. It’s raining in your mind, so push them clouds aside, forever by my side, you’re m y golden sunshine©’ shows how positive the artist is in the song. He is saying to never give up and always focus on your goal because it can be achieved no matter what. It gives the audience a feeling of c inference because the lyrics are compatible to a form of advice anyone could heed. There is always a certain thing that a song or poem needs, and that is a theme.