Define Song Meaning

Song

me: i like songs
friend: its a vibe
By Hortense
Song
a melody, a beat, a tune, a rhyme, a word, a story, a celebration, a plea, an answer, a voice...

she sang a beautiful song.
By Ailis
Song
A unit of measure of time or distance.

the bar is three songs away by car or twenty songs walking
By Carole
Song
A way to express yourself in a way that people will remember.

a way to turn the rantings of a crazy dude into a melody that people will actually listen to and think about.

example 1
guy1: man, that guy's life must really suck right now.
guy2: why?
guy1: just listen to his song.
example 2
guy1: what the hell is wrong with that dude?
guy2: I think he's trying to write a song.
guy1: well could you go over there and give him some music to put his lyrics with? he's scaring the kids!
By Nariko
Song
A genre of entertainment to listen to.
Usually describing a situation through singing.

Most are about love or hate and usually ryme.
By Elisha
Song

hey did you hear that song

YES! it was the most amazing song ever
By Vida
Song
handsome, intellgent

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Song is so hot!
By Sharron
Song
Taiwanese for either being completely out of fashion or shallow, or both. Tacky.

Ni hao song la!
You're so tacky/clueless/shallow!
By Bren
Song
an intangible and almost supernatural phenomenon that stimulates the soul on multiple levels in many forms. Hearing is the most reported sense affected by a song. Hearing a song is known to induce reactions from other senses like touch, emotions, and even sight.

This song makes me dance!
By Carree
Song Of Songs
Also known as the Song of Solomon, a section of the Bible that is decidedly one of the most erotic, sensuous works of poetry that anybody can find.

It's one of the "scrolls" (megillot) of the Writings (Ketuvim), the last section of the Hebrew Bible. It is also the fifth book of Wisdom in the Old Testament of the Christian Bible.
The whole structure and plot is that of a pair of lovers from courtship to marriage to consummation is a celebration of erotic love. While it can be argued that it's a metaphor for the union between Yahweh and the land of Israel (or that between Christ and the Church), it's just as likely very seductive romantic poetry.

The "Song of Songs" features such gems as these:
"...She:
Like an apple tree among the trees of the forest

is my beloved among the young men.
I delight to sit in his shade,

and his fruit is sweet to my taste.
Let him lead me to the banquet hall,

and let his banner over me be love.
Strengthen me with raisins,

refresh me with apples,

for I am faint with love..."

"He:
...How delightful is your love, my sister, my bride!

How much more pleasing is your love than wine,
and the fragrance of your perfume

more than any spice!
Your lips drop sweetness as the honeycomb, my bride;

milk and honey are under your tongue.
The fragrance of your garments

is like the fragrance of Lebanon.
You are a locked garden, my sister, my bride;

you are a spring enclosed, a sealed fountain...

She:
Awake, north wind,

and come, south wind!
Blow on my garden,

that its fragrance may spread everywhere.
Let my beloved come into his garden

and taste its choice fruits..."

"...He:
How beautiful your sandaled feet,

O prince’s daughter!
Your graceful legs are like jewels,

the work of an artist’s hands.
Your navel* is a rounded goblet

that never lacks blended wine.
Your waist is a mound of wheat

encircled by lilies.
Your breasts are like two fawns,

like twin fawns of a gazelle..."

*The "navel" translation is interesting since, in the original Hebrew, he seems to be describing her vulva.
By Mathilde