What Makes Music poetry? Come What May- Moulin Rouge

There are many similarities between music and poetry. Songs themselves have to be rhythmic. As well, poetry flows just the same. Rhythm is what makes music as well as poetry.

A great example of musical poetry, I think is Come What May, Moulin Rouge Soundtrack

Never knew, I could feel like this,
Like I’ve never seen the sky before
Want to vanish inside your kiss
Everyday I love you more and more
Listen to my heart can you hear it sing
Tellin’ me to give you everything
Seasons may change, winter to spring
But I love you, until the end of time

Come what may, Come what may
I will love you, until my dying day
Suddenly the world seems such a perfect place
Suddenly moves with such a perfect grace
Suddenly my life doesn’t seem such a waste
It all revolves around you

And there’s no mountain too high, no river too wide
Sing out this song and I’ll be there by your side
Storm clouds may gather,
And stars may collide

But I love you, I love you
Til the end of time, Until the end of time
Come what may, Come what may
I will love you, until my dying day
Oh come what may, come what may
I will love you , I will love you
Suddenly the world seems such a perfect place

Come what may, Come what may
I will love you
Until my dying day

I think this song is extremely poetic because of the beautiful expression and feelings portrayed in the lyrics. Not to mention I happen to be a huge fan of theater. There are two specific lines that I love in particular. The first is “I want to vanish inside your kiss.” I love that line, it is so beautifully poetic. The second is, “Listen to my heart sing” I love that this line is giving sense’s and feelings to a heart. This song also uses Rhyming very well. I hope you all like it!

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