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Have you ever thought what the world would be like without music? In my opinion, simply boring. Now imagine a movie in a stunning scene with no instrumental song that makes us desire to know what's going to happen. It wouldn't be the same. The truth is that we've got the privilege to incorporate songs into our own lives and make our days happier by listening to this music we enjoy. There has also been important artists that involved societal issues for their tunes or perhaps racism issues and for me that is awesome they had the courage to share their opinions and feelings towards these difficulties with songs. Artists like Bob Dylan, Billie Holiday, John Lennon, Frank Sinatra and Pete Seeger. The first performer I will speak about is Mr.Bob Dylan, who was born on May 24,1941. He was a folk singer and songwriter, his entire name is Robert Allen Zimmerman but now that he took the title of Bob Dylan when acting folk and state songs.According into Pbs.org, his influences towards music were Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis and Little Richard. When his singer career started, some of his early songs like "Blowin in the wind" and "The Times They Are A Changin" became anthems for the U.S civil rights and the Anti-War movements. The lyrics that he was on politics, social issues, philosophy and literary consequences. Dylan's music often included real life stories on them, such as in the song, "Just a Pawn on their game", describing the brutal murder of a civil rights worker Medgar Evers. Another dilemma Dylan claimed about was the breakdown of farming and mining towns, that had been followed with two songs he made because of this political dilemma, "Boots of Spanish leather and "One too many mornings". Later on, in the year 1963, Dylan felt controlled.