1.Consider the song’s main point. What is the argument that is advanced by the writer/s of the song? Do you agree or disagree with the writer’s or writers’ main point? Why? Why Not? 2.Your essay must have an introduction (with what you think is the gist/main point of the song and where the thesis is located). Example:Introduction: In the song “Don’t Fall in Love with a Dreamer,” sang by Kenny Rogers and written by David Ellingson and Kim Carnes, the writers suggest that one should “not fall in love with a dreamer because the “dreamer” will only “break” a loved one’s heart. The writer’s perspectiveIs validated at some point because the dreamer in this context seems to be establishing a one-way relationship.Thesis with three points: In a one way relationship, where the domineering character is the dreamer, sometimes the dreamer’s dream may not be compatible with one’s dream; the dreamer may not be totally committed, and the dreamer’s dream may not be fulfilled; hence, the relationship may end up in disappointment as the song indicates.3.Anchor your topic sentences from the three points that you have outlined in your thesis. (See Sample filled-in Outline ).3.Each topic sentence must be supported with concrete specific examples, taking some evidence or examples from the text/song itself. In other words, integrate quotations from the work itself.