The song, Mr. Brightside by The Killers, exhibits several characteristics pertaining to the topic of imagery. One example of imagery in the song occurs when it says "It started out with a kiss. How did it end up like this? It was only a kiss, it was only a kiss." This is an example of imagery because the action occuring is described by a phrase that re-creates vivid sensory experiences for the reader/listener. This instance applies to imagery because it is appealing to touch with the singer asking how the situation developed when it was "only a kiss."
Another example of imagery within the song, Mr. Brightside by The Killers, is when the singer says "I just can't look its killing me. And taking control. Jealousy, turning saints into the sea. Swimming through sick lullabies. Choking on your alibis. But it's just the price I pay. Destiny is calling me. Open up my eager eyes. Cause I'm Mr Brightside." In this stanza, the singer displays a vivid scene for the reader/listener. He describes and compares several topics that paint an eccentric picture in the mind of the reader/listener. This is an example of imagery because it describes and re-creates a vivid sensory experience for the reader/listener.
The song, Misery Business by Paramore, accurately portrays several examples of imagery. One example includes when the lead singer, Haley Williams, says "She's got a body like an hourglass it's ticking like a clock. It's a matter of time before we all run out." This is an example of imagery as the body of a character pertaining to the plot unraveling is being vividly described. It's also an example of imagery because it describes and re-creates a lively sensory experience for the reader/listener.
Another example of imagery in the song, Misery Business by Paramore, is when Williams says "I watched his wildest dreams come true. Not one of them involving you." This is an accurate depiction of imagery because it delineates a broad yet eloquent picture in the reader/listener's mind. This line can initiate various thoughts in many readers/listeners due to the nature and frequency of the relevance of this song and line to high school drama.