Love At First Sight Kenya Minogue Analysis

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Kylie Minogue - Love At First Sight One of the songs that I would pick is Kylie Minogue’s “Love at First Sight. I would play this song during the first part of the story because it is described that “Armand Aubigny riding by and seeing her there, had fallen in love with her” (Chopin, 1). Basically, Armand had fallen in “love at first sight.” So, I think this song is perfect because it is about that kind of love, and even the title reflects that. Armand’s world changed when he found her, and as Kylie Minogue sings, “It was love at first sight.”

Theory of a Deadman - Angel The second song I would play would be the “Angel” by
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This song should be played at the end as Armand is discovering the letters that prove it is he who had the lineage and not Desiree. I would think that as he is reading these letters and revelations, that he would have all kinds of thoughts running thought his head. I would think he would flashback to how he treated Desiree, how he ruined his relationship, how he lost her and his son, and how he was so sorely mistaken. The lyrics from the song “but it’s driving me mad, going out of my head” seem to fit all that emotion that he should be having after reading what his mother wrote. It seems like he would be filled with confusion, anger, sadness, and be totally taken back by the truth of his ancestry. After how he treated Desiree, I honestly think he deserves …show more content…
Further, this image also fits the theme of “appearances can be deceiving.” One could look at these parents and think maybe the father isn’t the real father, maybe the baby is adopted, or maybe one of the parents have Caucasian in their background. However, none of these three speculations are true, the baby actually has a unique gene mutation that gives her the light skin. In Armand’s case, he automatically assumed that Desiree’s genetics had been behind his child’s skin color. However, he was wrong, because it had been him all along, and the appearance of what his family was, had been covered up by the lies his parents

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