Justin Timberlake's official music video for 'Cry Me A River'. Click to listen to Justin Timberlake on Spotify: http://smarturl.it/JTSpot?IQid=JTCry As featu... This song is very popular but also very sad. It fits the mood towards the end of the book where everything falls apart. I am tying this song into the book because at the end Nick feels that he wants to be detached from Tom and Daisy and that they are a mess and terrible people. Just like in the song Justin Timberlake is sad because of a bad breakup and he feels displaced. Nick was down in his feelings because his best friend had just been killed and all Daisy and Tom cared about was money and materialistic items. "They were careless people, Tom and Daisy-they smashed up things and creatures and then retreated back into their money or their vast carelessness, or whatever it was that kept them together, and let other people clean up the mess they had made..."(179). Nick reminisced on the truth of Tom and Daisy and how they weren't such good people as they looked or sounded like.
Despite their destructiveness, affairs are not going out of style. Not all affairs are alike; some are even accidental. This article talks about how romantically affairs can lead to deaths, suicide and many other tragic events and that is exactly what happened in the Great Gatsby. If Daisy had not have gone back to Gatsby then Gatsby probably wouldn't have been killed. People are most likely to have affairs like these when they are at turning points in their life. For example, Daisy has a child but does not even take care of it. Daisy is finding out that Tom has been cheating on her behind her back for the past five years so she goes back to Gatsby. "Do you know why we left Chicago? I'm surprised that they didn't treat you to the story of that little spree."(131). Daisy knows how Tom is doing his thing and she is tired of it. Their relationship is all sorts of screwed up.
TWITTER & IG : @russdiemon NEW MUSIC ON https://soundcloud.com/russ Song produced by Russ single off the Pink Elephant album download on http://diemon.com/PI... This song is also about cheating-how Russ- the artist met all of these women that he realized they were all cheaters and just in it for the money. He even says that they never loved him. Also in The Great Gatsby, Gatsby tells Tom that Daisy never loved Gatsby and that she didn't love tom even before they married. "She never loved you, do you hear?" he cried. "She only married because I was poor and she was tired of waiting for me..."(130). Gatsby had to tell Tom before Daisy told Tom how she really felt. Tom didn't even realize that Daisy never loved him.
Download Mp3: http://amzn.to/2gKxmVg shaggys hit song it wasn't me. I picked this song because It has to deal with cheating and affairs. In the song the main character shaggy, gets caught having an affair with another woman. Clearly stated in chapter 7, "Once in awhile I go off on a spree and make a fool of myself, but I always come back, and in my heart I love her all the time (131). In the song shaggy went off on some sprees and tried to come back but he got caught. Tom does the same exact thing but daisy doesn't care to catch him
People who reported cheating in their first relationship were three times more likely to cheat on their subsequent partner compared with those who hadn't engaged in a previous sexual affair. Later in this article it says that Infidelity is usually damaging and can cause severe psychological distress. When Tom and Daisy were going away in the end of the book, Daisy wouldn't answer any calls from Nick even though they are family. "Say when they'd be back?" "No" Any Idea where they are? How I could reach them?" "I don't know. Can't say?" (164). Daisy was stressed because she had hit Myrtle and she was going away with Tom but still in love with Gatsby.
Fidelity is the spoken and unspoken rule of most marriages. There are the vows at the beginning of the marriage. There are ongoing promises of fidelity. In The Great Gatsby, Infidelity plays a huge role. Tom and Daisy Buchanan were married for quite some time, but Tom had been cheating on Daisy off and on the whole time. Daisy had known about it but stayed with Tom because of his social status and the money. Daisy ended up going back to Gatsby because they met before she met Tom. Tom found out and was very hypocritical because he got mad at Daisy for being with Gatsby even though he has been with other women. Tom ended up getting Wilson to kill Gatsby because he was mad at Daisy for being with Gatsby, even though it wasn't Gatsby's fault. Daisy ended up being the one driving and who hit Myrtle. "That God damned coward!" he whimpered. "He didn't even stop his car." (141). Tom left the scene after Gatsby and Daisy were in the same car that killed Myrtle.