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a song with all figurative language

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Whats the question? :)
Most songs all have figurative language in them.
Most all songs do, I'll give you a few examples: Wordplay by Jason Mraz: 'Cause they need a new song Like a new religion = smilie For the record label puts me on the shelf up in the freezer =Metaphor Well I built a bridge across the stream of consciousness That always seems to be a flowin' =imagery/metaphor But I don't know which way my brain is goin' = personification Love Story by Taylor Swift --isn't it all just a extended metaphor of connecting her relationship with romeo and juliet or connected a relationship with them. You Found Me by The Fray [[all alliterations]] And I've been calling for years and years and years Who I am, who I'm not and who I wanna to be Just a little late And you never left me no messages You never sent me no letters [no sound] -- I found God on the corner of 1st and Amistad =hyperbole [making the person interested with "god"] hope that helps :)

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