Analysis Of All Of Me By John Legend

Good Essays
Perfect Imperfections John Legends hit piano ballad “All of Me” is arguably one of the most romantic love songs to have ever existed. Legend released his album “Love in the Future” in 2013, his most popular song in this album was “All of Me” which is an R&B, soul hybrid. It made it to the top of the billboard music awards for top song on the radio. In the song, “All of Me,” he croons how he knows that his lady love is the one. He explains how he loves her flaws and imperfections. Even when she is yelling, screaming or driving him nuts, he still manages to love every inch of her. Taking the good with the bad is the love of the most unconditional sort. Throughout the song the overall feeling and vibe it gives the listener through his beautiful, soothing voice has been his brutal honesty about love and how every relationship can have its issues, and couples/partners can overcome them as long as they accept each other and give it their all. In the song he demonstrates in his lyrics that two people who go through hardships together, even though sometimes it doesn …show more content…
An interesting example is when he sings, “My head 's underwater, but I’m breathing fine, you’re crazy and I 'm out of my mind.” He proves that his love is extremely deep by doing the impossible. To further explain, breathing under water is quite difficult without an oxygen tank, but it is something natural for him because of his unconditional love for her. His lyrics convey that even with her craziness, he is willing to do anything for their love. Legend also expresses his shock because of his ordinary love of accepting all her flaws. In life there are countless couples going through hardships that relate to Legend 's song and manage to make it through from his lyrics. The song describes the definition of unconditional love by couples embracing and appreciating each others flaws without striving for

Related Documents

  • Decent Essays

    Given these points, it is obvious that WasionKey has a tenderness in his heart and will continue to do whatever it takes to earn that person back. Overall, in WasionKey 's song "No.Body," he expressed several forms of emotion in order to convince his audience that he is truly sorry for what he has done. His cathartic lyrics persistently grasped the attention of the audience and hopefully that beloved person. Whether it was his use of constant repetition, abstract diction, or rhyme schemes, they all helped to conclude his perception to why he has such a strong desire to keep this noteworthy person…

    • 1029 Words
    • 5 Pages
    Decent Essays
  • Decent Essays

    Thinking out Loud The song "Thinking Out Loud” by Ed Sheeran and co-written by Amy Wadge is a soulfully beautiful song. He pours out his feels by singing it out loud in a form of a day dream. Everyday people fall in, and out of love. For most people love can be a very mysterious thing. As we all know love have no guarantee.…

    • 1312 Words
    • 5 Pages
    Decent Essays
  • Decent Essays

    Battered Women Syndrome

    • 1572 Words
    • 6 Pages

    “Be completely humble and gentle; Be patient, bearing with one another in love. Make every effort to keep the unity of the spirit through the bond of peace”(Ephesians 4:2-3, New International Version). Patience, love, and humility are important virtues in the sacred vow that is marriage. An absence of these virtues often leads to a destructive relationship between man and wife. Due to extensive abuse by their partner, there have been many instances in which victims of Battered Women Syndrome have assaulted and/or killed their abusers.…

    • 1572 Words
    • 6 Pages
    Decent Essays
  • Decent Essays

    This track was ranked at Number 4, on Billboard 's top Hot 100 songs of 1980, which helped Jackson earn the Top Singles Artist honors that year. This song is truly a great song that Jackson made to express love and his feelings. The lyrics “I want to rock with you” is Jackson saying that he wants to dance and make love. Jacksons “Beat it” was released on April 30, 1983 and spent three weeks on the Hot 100’s top slot. This song is feature on this Thriller album with only two weeks separating the last of seven weeks on top for Jacksons "Billie Jean".…

    • 1018 Words
    • 4 Pages
    Decent Essays
  • Decent Essays

    Annabel Lee Analysis

    • 950 Words
    • 4 Pages

    Of course the narrator is deeply saddened by this, but his undying love makes him continue loving her even if it hurts. Above all, this illustrates that the narrator is a strong person because he can endure the loss of his true…

    • 950 Words
    • 4 Pages
    Decent Essays
  • Decent Essays

    While some differences between “My Father’s Song” and “My Mother” are noticeable, the similarities are pronounced. Love is a true expression in both of these poems. It is both heard and felt, along with pain and agony, however we hear many times that love conquers all. These poems did an impeccable job at portraying just that. The speakers show the readers that when you long for a lost one you are still left with beautiful memories and they remind us that with age comes wisdom and with wisdom comes appreciating those around you while you still can.…

    • 1030 Words
    • 5 Pages
    Decent Essays
  • Decent Essays

    She’s seen him depressed, angry, and filled with joy all having to do with Olivia and yet Viola still finds herself in love with him. She even feels desperation and anxiety as she has the man of her dreams right in front of her yet so far away because of her disguise. Unlike Olivias and Orsinos idea of falling in love and making it all about themselves Viola has put Orsario before herself in many occasions throughout the…

    • 783 Words
    • 4 Pages
    Decent Essays
  • Decent Essays

    She also possesses a great amount of love and gentleness in her, even when Tea cake and Janie were fearing for their lives, she still told him she loves him, and wouldn’t change a thing. She has no fear for herself, only for the people she loves. Her selflessness is shown very strongly. Her strength is hidden, but very much a factor in her life, one of the greatest displays of her strength is one that is greatly looked over. She hid her soul from Joe, to save herself, but her strength truly shows when her soul comes back out for teacake, after being hurt, she still puts herself in the line of fire to attain the love she so desperately…

    • 1329 Words
    • 6 Pages
    Decent Essays
  • Decent Essays

    It's easy to see that the women truly have great emotions toward this man despite him being dead and the fact that the women are married, but still determined and motivated to help this man. This story is also and good example of how low is persevere.…

    • 1019 Words
    • 5 Pages
    Decent Essays
  • Decent Essays

    Electric Love Analysis

    • 1336 Words
    • 6 Pages

    Dependency is also invoked throughout Borns’ confessions. Through these lyrics it is revealed that his infatuation leads him to willingly to do anything in order to receive love from this woman. In a similar fashion Borns expresses his infatuation by stating, “baby, I’m dying for another taste”. Borns once again emphasises his dependency on this woman’s approval. These lyrics also begin to display self…

    • 1336 Words
    • 6 Pages
    Decent Essays