Romeo and juliet dating and friendship club
F chord and pick those first 3 notes again, then strum.
Now quickly move to a downward sweep pick on the F chord barred at the first fret (plus the unfretted E-string note), which leads back to the Bb: F(D-struct) F(barred,1st fret) Bb(strum...) This time on the way back up to the D-struct F we play the A and G notes on the E-string.
” Mercuric is giving Romeo advice ,which is to fight back at love for giving him heartache ,which shows the audience the are in their friendship and that Mercuric wants to see Romeo happy, again, showing the audience he cares.
Shakespeare uses repetition of the word “love” to reinforce that Americium’s view of love is different to Romeos showing the differences in their friendship and that they aren’t the same as they have different personalities.
This makes the audience feel that there is support and care in their friendship.
Shakespeare uses the imperative “must” to suggest to the audience that there is control in the friendship as Mercuric wants Romeo back to himself because Mercuric thinks Romeo has lost his way and needs to be brought back to himself.Mercuric is being serious but trying to make it seem a joke to cheer Romeo up telling the audience that he does care for Romeo by being sarcastic in a funny and witty way, but meaning no harm.Romeo and Americium’s friendship is presented by Shakespeare as a loyal friendship." F(1st fret) C(3rd fret) Dm(5th fret) C(3rd fret) Bb Juliet the dice was loaded from the start C(3rd fret) F(1st fret) C(3rd fret) Dm(5th fret) C(3rd fret) Bb And I bet and you exploded into my heart C F C Bb Dm(open) Bb And I forget, I forget, the movie song Gm F Bb C B C F --3-- When you gonna realize it was just that the time was wrong, Juliet --3-- --3-- And now you can do the downward sweep-picking on the F(1st fret) to get to the Bb, then pick up the E-string to get to the D-struct F again.That's about it (at least, that's as much as I'm able to do).
Shakespeare presents Romeo and Americium’s friendship as caring in and witty and sarcastic way.