Well, I have chosen to analyze the piece...wait for it....wait for it...."Little Morning Wanderer" by Crazy Bobby Schumann. Surprised? As am I.
Given that I am one of the last to do this. It is hard to be original but I will do my utmost. Although I like to be different, I'd have to agree with everyone else in saying that M. 1-8 are the expository section of this little diddy (which ends in a HC). Then from measures 9-19 I'd have to say is NOT the developmental section. OH WAIT...just kidding. It IS the developmental section! (I had you going there for a while, huh?) This part of the piece modulates to E, so you could say it ends in a PAC because it's already in the new key. But that's up for debate.
So from measure 20 on is the terminative section of the piece. I'd have to agree with whoever said that makes them think of the Terminator. Cuz that's me too. Only I think of the guy with the weird back-pack with roach killing stuff in it. What is his name? Oh....the Orkin man. Right.
Ok, it's officially time for me to hydrate and sleep. See you in the morning!!