I am writing today with a concern I have for my project 2. For those who I haven’t already spoke with, I am targeting Rolling Stone Magazine to publish a short article I am writing about Rock and Roll History Mid 1900s-early 2000s) and the appreciation that is very common, even in my generation. The main attraction to the article is a lyric sheet: I have rewritten the lyrics to Billy Joel’s “We didn’t start the fire,” to reference historic figures/songs/events in Rock history while simultaneously communicating a sense of appreciation for the rich history. My only concern is that the lyric sheet will be ineffective, stripped from the audio/tunes that people know so well. Do you think the project would be well received without an audio version? Or should I attempt a garage band recording (Don’t worry, I’m not tone deaf)? Besides the song itself, the article will consist of an introduction and conclusion to help describe the design and impact of the project.