To Kill a Mockingbird Song Man In The Mirror; Michael Jackson; Composed by Siedah Garrett & Glen Ballard

I think that a song that fits one of the themes of to Kill a Mockingbird is Man in the Mirror which is sung by Michael Jackson, and written by Siedah Garrett and Glen Ballard. This song is mainly about making the world a better place, and changing yourself. I believe that this song really fits the theme of keeping peace that is also in To Kill a Mockingbird. Michael sings about and changing yourself to make the world a better place, which is basically what Atticus keeps telling everyone.

I chose the first picture of Atticus because it perfectly summarizes what I was saying about "Man In The Mirror", where Michael mentions that you need to change your ways. I chose the second picture of a bird flying because it's a symbol of peace that is used a few times in To Kill A Mockingbird, and in the song, it is meant to symbolize changing yourself to be a better, more peaceful person. Finally, I chose the last picture of multiple paths because, in the song, Michael sings about changing your ways, so I tried to show it as, you can keep being the normal you, or attempt to change your ways for the better.

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