Hermia's Dope Mixtape
She literally has one trait, being in love.
This Isn't so Much What Hermia Would Listen To, But Rather Songs That Describe Her Very Linear Character At That Point In Time. And Also, If You See What You Call "Bad" Grammar or Spelling, Note That It Wasn't A Mistake, I'm Just Trying To Enhance This Language.
The First Song
Sorry for the formality, I just feel I have to at least allude to seriousness, this'll be the last time it shows up.
This Song Can't Be Serious... But It Is.
This song is ridiculous, utterly and purely ridiculous. It repeats a nonsense hook, presented over the backdrop of a nonsense video, sung by a man full of, oh, I don't know, I've never met him. However, that's not saying much. You see, when the lime light gets shifted over to our pal Willie Shakespeare, well let's just say that Haddaway could win an Oscar, if the playwright was his only competition. Hermia and Lysander discuss each others love in a way more criminally stupid than Haddaway's master-class in failure. They go through 2 pages of dry metaphors, each somehow perfectly understanding how their love is like, say, a Caterpillar. And even if you can convince me that that remotely makes sense, I'd ask the question, why should I care? We come to know about as much as this couple as we do the two people making-out in front of you at a movie theater. Their kissing is distracting, but so are these overly calculated and overly thought out metaphors, that I don't know which scenario annoys me more. When it comes right down to it, this play wasn't Shakespeare's best case study in love, by not only a country mile, but a city mile as well.