Over There tries to get soldiers to enlist, by making war sound fun. It is a positive song about World War 1. Over There is a very powerful song about war. The point of view is from the government. The line Make your Daddy glad to have such lad makes it sound like you have to join to make your daddy proud. This song is a very upbeat song, making it sound fun to be in war.
1916 tells war like it really was. It tells what the effects really were like in war, and how bad the environment was. The line in the song I heard my friend cry, and he same to his knees, coughing blood as he screamed for his mother, and I fell by his side, and that's how we died, clinging like kids to each other proves that life was hard for soldiers in World War 1. They were very good citizens to become a soldier.
Voices That Care is a song dedicated to the soldiers out of empathy during the Gulf War. Famous singers and actresses made the song to boost the soldier's spirits and tell them to come home safe. The singers and actresses showed a great deal of citizenship. The line from the song "And when you close your eyes tonight, Feel in your hear how our love burns bright" proves that they cared, we cared about them and wanted them to come home safe.
Songs are everywhere.
Some are propaganda some are for boosting spirits, and some are for making
it real, not lying. A lot of songs are about conflict. Over
There, 1916, and Voices That Care are just a few songs
that change spirits and opinions.