Masculine vs Feminine: A Musical Illustration

This is perhaps the most simple convincing argument that exists for differences between man and woman. Biological facts like physical stature really should be enough, but that isn’t allowed anymore in our politically correct world. So this becomes the best.

The lyrics are the same and since it was originally sung by Bonnie Tyler, that part is not fixable. However, literally every other part of the song illustrates the differences. The choices in emphasis, the genres they’d end up being categorized into, the emotion of the voice(s) – the pictures painted by the singers are very clearly different.

This one time, I will break my rule of posting songs only once on this blog. I had a plan for the masculine version, and I will not abandon that plan.

Holding Out For A Hero

Masculine:

Feminine:

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