Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Create analogy > Raconteur 'Together' Video Responses

Create analogy > Raconteur 'Together' Video Responses

In the comment section below, respond to the following questions:

  1. Define the term Raconteur.
  2. What does the line of lyrics, 'The stories that you read, but never write,' have to do with ending passive consumerism and becoming active producers? 
  3. What does this have to do with a digital photography course?


You and me forever, we belong together
And we'll always endeavor, through out any type of weather

You want everything to be just like
The stories that you read, but never write
You've gotta learn to live and live and learn
You've gotta learn to give and wait your turn
Or you'll get burned

You wrote our names down on the sidewalk
But the rain came and washed them off
So we should write them again on wet cement
So people a long time from now will know what we meant

You want every morning to be just like
The stories that you read, but never write
You've gotta learn to live and live and learn, oh
You've gotta learn to give and wait your turn
I'm only concerned

I'm adding something new to the mixture
So there's a different hue to your picture
A different ending to this fairy tale
And no sunset into which we sail

You want everything to be just like
The stories that you read, but you can't write
You've gotta learn to live and live and learn, oh
You've gotta learn to give and wait your turn
Or you'll get burned



"Together" is track #6 on the album Broken Boy Soldiers by The Raconteurs. It was written by Bell, Ronald / Wright, Ray / Lassiter, Kevin / Cheek, Michael / White, Dennis / Beckett, Wilson / Bell, Kevin / Cheek, Callie / Duarte, Peter.