Teyana Taylor’s MAC Cosmetics Collaboration Is Coming

Teyana Taylor is teaming up with MAC Cosmetics for a ’90s Harlem-inspired makeup collection.Earlier today, MAC made the big announcement about the limited-edition collaboration, which pays homage to Taylor’s early love of the brand. “I’m so grateful and excited to be sharing this beautiful collection I created with the MAC team but also hoping to inspire other young women that anything and everything is possible.”Not only that, but after seeing MAC honoring the likes of Aaliyah, Mary J. Blige, and Selena Quintanilla, Taylor also was excited to partner with a brand that’s “collaborated with strong women of color over the years.”As for MAC, they’re equally as excited about the collection, as Ukonwa Ojo — the brand’s Global Chief Marketing Officer and Senior Vice President, Global Marketing — also stated that, Taylor is “fierce, bold and unapologetically herself, no matter what she’s wearing.””As a longtime friend of the brand, we’ve grown to know and love Teyana for having a style unlike anyone else,” she said, later adding that she has “all qualities we stand for at MAC, and are so excited to bring to life through this new collaboration.”Product images and a release date have yet to be announced.Photo via Getty According to Elle, Taylor started going to the MAC store on 125th Street in Harlem when she was 15, where she used to “just stare at the campaigns.”

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“It was the first brand that made me like makeup,” she said. According to a statement by the star, she was “inspired by the ’90s and the heart & soul of Harlem” — something she wanted to convey through everything from the product names to the packaging to the photo shoot.Related | MAC Cosmetics Will Donate $10 Million to COVID-19 ReliefAnd the collaboration was intensely personal for the star.

Stephanie Thomas Puts in the Work to End Fashion Industry Ableism

In addition I followed trends in this space as the Americans with Disabilities Act was beginning to impact retail access and more. “I always pedicure if I’m going to have my toes out. “Also, ordering all of the catalogs I could find, reading books written in the 1940-1979… anything I could find. From award shows and movie premieres to grocery store runs, he’ll keep you up to date on what your favorite celebs have recently worn to the biggest and most inconsequential events.Photos of Lolo by Lorene JanaePhotos of Chauntal, Kelsey for Zappos AdaptivePhotos of Tamara for Alegria Magazine We’re just getting barely beyond that point where disabilities were expected to be hidden.””I don’t want anyone to feel like how I did in that elevator that day — like I have something I need to hide or be ashamed of because I look different from someone else,” she says.Race has also long been a barrier for Thomas. So I didn’t know I was going to create a Disability Fashion Styling System. And to see her face light up when we just increased the size of her shoe. It’s grown into something much bigger, and Thomas has been recognized as a talented stylist and fashion consultant who is shaping new industry norms.Related | Meet Instagram’s Original Queen of CottagecoreWhen it comes to casting disabled talent, she insists, “styling isn’t the issue.” Her work is an alchemy of two pillars: empowerment and education. I’M JUST A GIRL. It’s the lack of respect. And this woman was a Black woman. And imagine being me standing in there. She looked kind and comforting but she was evil. Dignity and independence are key, but so is enjoyment. “This is a conversation around systemic racism too,” she says. I was researching to solve a problem by any means necessary using my unique skills set.”Part of the unique skill set comes from lived experience. “I’m going to grab a box of tissues, we are going to set aside a Saturday and we’re gonna cry our way through this. That’s amazing for me that a specific shoe can change someone’s life.”Thomas began this life-changing work professionally nearly three decades ago, but her reverence for style extends back long before that. But I don’t often get access to those rooms that [my white peers] get. She was able to slide her feet into shoes she didn’t think she could wear. If I saw something in Vogue and I really loved it, I would recreate it. They will be so inclusive that there will be no need for what I do,” she explains.The blog, which has since grown into a disability fashion lifestyle platform, started out as an effort to organize and create content, so media and brands could put out more inclusive photoshoots, with the ultimate goal to destroy negative perceptions of people with disabilities. I don’t have all of my toes so — I have three toes on one foot and four on the other — and this woman literally looked down, she looked like she could be my grandmother, and she said ‘you should be ashamed of yourself; that’s disgusting.’ I don’t know this woman. It’s not someone calling me the ‘n’ word. I would rip a pair of pants apart and create a skirt before I went to school in the morning.” Related | Why Do Weed Products Look so Luxe Now?After graduating high school in 1987, Thomas spent several years working as a cheerleader for the Chicago Luvaballs (she was Co-Captain her second year) before pursuing further education at Kentucky State University, where she won Miss Pride of Kentucky State and was Top 10 in the Miss Kentucky Pageant (the preliminary pageant for Miss America).After graduating in 1994, Thomas’s calling was set into motion. “I was doing all of this baking during quarantine and I kept putting things in this mixing bowl and I thought ‘y’know that’s what they need to do to disability interests.’ There’s so much disruption in the fashion industry that this is the time where it can actually be included at the beginning of the conversation as opposed to being sprinkled on top like the powdered sugar at the end.”For Thomas it’s longer, “If not now, when,” but instead: “Now, and here’s how.”Welcome to “Wear Me Out,” a column by pop culture fiend Evan Ross Katz that takes a look at the week in celebrity dressing. Thomas herself was born a congenital amputee, missing digits on her hands and feet, and acutely understands the ways in which people with disabilities can be othered. When Stephanie Thomas first started Cur8able in 2010, the goal was to become superfluous. “For me, the ’70s, Black women, that style, that point after ‘I’m Black and I’m proud’ hit where there was this identity with afros and dresses and skirts. “I think what’s interesting is that most people would be discouraged but after 28 years of following these trends I’m actually encouraged,” she says. “The first issue is attitudinal barriers of who a person with a disability is: what we look like, what our capabilities are,” she explains. “It’s always been my mother,” Thomas says. It was almost 110 in Virginia. At Sunday’s Brooklyn Liberation: An Action for Black Trans Lives, author Kimberly Drew displayed a sign that read “Black Disabled Lives Matter.” Hours earlier, model Aaron Philip posted her take on the #VogueChallenge along with a caption that read: “For a model like myself who is known in my industry and is objectively Black, trans and physically disabled seeing representation for my community that’s not a sob story or patronizes us is CRUCIAL. “I remember being on an elevator and I had my pedicure out,” she says. I’m able to pull data and research. She said to me that she’d never even stopped to look at this shoe because, ‘I automatically knew that I would never be able to wear this.’ And then she cried and then I cried. “I’m going to create a business that will put myself out of business, meaning that I will do this work so well that people will no longer need a disability fashion stylist. I WANT LIL GIRLS LIKE ME TO SEE THEMSELVES IN VOGUE AND ON THE RUNWAY, AND YES ESPECIALLY IN WHEELCHAIRS!” One week earlier organizers with disabilities led a crowd of hundreds in a protest against police violence in Milwaukee.These recent events aren’t the only thing encouraging Thomas. So imagine being in the small elevator and then the other two people’s heads immediately are dropping to see what she’s looking at. We weren’t rich or anything so I would do what they call up-cycling now. It’s the thing that you feel when you know it’s not your imagination.”Related | 10 Fashion Documentaries That Will Take You Back to a Better TimeLuckily, others have joined in the conversation in addressing the intersectionality of Blackness and disability — and dismantling the marginalization of both. It opened her up to so many styles. “Getting beyond that will open up the minds of a lot of people.”

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Thomas recalls one particularly powerful moment in her styling career when she was working with a client in a wheelchair whose feet hung straight down, meaning they were only able to wear certain kinds of shoes. And that reminded me of the remnant of the Ugly Laws. She looked like she could be my grandmother. I am able to talk about this from the user side. And it’s the subtle things. “I hold Masters degrees. “I was literally researching and talking with everyone I met, including calling and meeting with occupational therapists, people with disabilities and their dressers, family members, people I met on the street,” she says. And then my mother taught me how to sew. “I just thought ‘y’know, we’re going to do the hard work,'” she says. I remember my mother would dress me in all of these really cool dresses and I would obsessed over clothes. I ask her to revisit a 2019 Guardian story she participated in, “Why 2019 was a landmark year for disabled fashion,” to see if she thinks the same can be said of 2020. I literally have letters from 2003 where I’ve been trying to get in those rooms and say ‘this is important’ and heard nothing back.” That, she says, began to change earlier this year after decades knocking at the door, and residual wounds remain.”What’s really hurtful to me is that I have spent 28 years and yet sometimes people will treat me as though I know nothing. And they will look at me and go to someone with less education than me but because they feel more comfortable with them because of their ethnicity.

Kameron Lester Criticizes Jeffree Star’s Tokenization of Him

“I felt like this was a game. Beauty influencer Kameron Lester is opening up about he felt tokenized and silenced while working with Jeffree Star.Last week, Lester took to his Instagram Live to detail why he would no longer support Star or his makeup brand. “From there, I knew Shane Dawson wasn’t really the person he was perceived [to be] online.”Not only that, but after the incident, Lester said that it felt as if Star and Dawson no longer wanted to work with him — something that was made all the more evident by Star casting his ex-best friend instead of him.”I felt like he was trying to send the message in some way that I was replaceable as a Black boy,” Lester said. “James helped me with my career when I first got into the beauty space and tell my HIV story – like, he’s been very supportive of me.”However, after Lester said he didn’t have a problem with Charles, Star allegedly responded by saying, “‘Well, you don’t fucking owe him forever.'” Lester then felt even more uncomfortable the next day after he witnessed Shane Dawson — who was working on Star’s online documentary series — “cursing” about Charles via a FaceTime call with Star.”I remember Shane Dawson called and he was going off about James Charles and… But I felt like it was kind of to silence me to be like, ‘We’re gonna keep giving you breadcrumbs and hanging you by a string and manipulating you so you can stay quiet.’ I felt always silenced.”That said, according to Lester, he was afraid to talk about what happened for so long, saying he “fears for [his] life” and that he “was so paranoid and so scared” of Star.That said, he said that “moving forward, I will no longer just be the token Black person.” “I will no longer just be the Black boy that is there to make you look good or speak up for you,” he said, “Because it’s not reciprocated.”Watch Lester’s video for yourself, below. A post shared by Kam 🤍 (@kameronlester) on Jun 10, 2020 at 11:03am PDT Photos via Getty Beginning by telling the story about their relationship, Lester explained that while he once modeled for Jeffree Star Cosmetics, he felt tokenized and like Star’s promises to support his career never came to fruition.Related | Shane Dawson Debuts Jeffree Star Series Trailer”I just felt like it was never a friendship, it was never a friendship in the beginning to start with, it was always just something like I was the kind of like the token black kid,” he said, before talking about how Star once put him on the spot by asking about his feelings toward James Charles.”I was uncomfortable, there’s people around me, and he was so blunt – just out of nowhere asked me ‘do you like James?'” Lester recalled, also mentioning that this occurred a few months before Charles’s highly publicized feud with Tati Westbrook. And I was just kind of taken back, because I’ve never seen Shane Dawson like that and he was just going in on James,” he said. Just like cursing James out. View this post on Instagram Speaking my personal truth. Even with Shane Dawson posting me on his platform, I was grateful.

Paul Kim – Christmas Love Lyrics

[Intro]
Just wanna love
[Verse 1]
하얀 크리스마스트리
반짝이는 조명 아래
몰래 준비한 너를
웃게해줄 선물
[Pre-Chorus]
조심스레 다가가서
Kiss 널 깨울래
내게 가장 고마운 선물
For you 노래 불러줄게
[Chorus]
Because of 넌
날 설레이게 해
매일이 내겐
Christmas eve
Because of 넌 날 미치게
Hey 곁에 있어 forever
[Post-Chorus]
하나뿐인 넌 나만의
Christmas love
[Verse 2]
오랫동안 기다려왔어
(One like you)
천천히 너에게
다가가 (Love)
힘껏 안아줄게
[Chorus]
Because of 넌
날 설레이게 해
매일이 내겐
Christmas eve
Because of 넌 날 미치게
Hey 곁에 있어 forever
[Post-Chorus]
가슴깊이 따뜻해져
찰나의 반짝이는
[Bridge]
불꽃이지 않기를
I give you my word
나만의 하나뿐인 별
절대 놓치지 않을거야
[Chorus]
Because of 넌
날 설레이게해
매일이 내겐
Christmas eve
Because of 넌 날 미치게
Hey 곁에 있어 forever
[Post-Chorus]
하나뿐인 넌 나만의
Christmas love

Sally Klein O’connor – Make Me A Window Lyrics

Make me a window
Catching Your glory
One of the pages
Telling Your story
Make me a wonder
A sign of Your kindness
A living reminder
You heal our blindness
Like a candle at midnight
Or a city lit up
All eyes are drawn to the view
Let Your love shine brightly
So people see clearly
The radiance in me is You
Make me Your mercy
For all who are broken
Cold cup of water
A word fitly spoken
A bush in the desert
Blazing with fire
A witness of splendor
And Heaven’s desire
Like a field of flowers
Caught in the moonlight
There’s a beauty that pierces us through
It’s part of the picture
A piece of the puzzle
Of longing that leads us to You

Night Flight Orchestra – Divinyls Lyrics

Now, I’m in the dark
Waiting for the light to change Now I will embark, making my own mark
Waiting for the world to quake
Tell me is it far, now I’m in the dark
Waiting for the light to change
Dreams of sound
My world spinning around
But tonight it’ll be over
Come take my hand
Tell me is it far? Tell me is it far? Now, I’m in the dark
Waiting for the light to change
Glancing at the stars, mending my own heart
Is it time to break the chains? If I’ll ever see my story change
For something better
I will climb those stairs tonight
If the seas will part and the sun goes down
Through nasty weather
I will bring out what’s inside
Well, I know it’s empty, now
Though there’s so much you have longed for
Won’t you show me how to forget? Now I will embark, making my own mark
Waiting for the world to quake
Tell me is it far, now I’m in the dark
Waiting for the light to change
Tell me is it far? Now, I’m in the dark
Waiting for the light to change
Glancing at the stars, mending my own heart
Is it time to break the chains? Now I will embark, making my own mark
Waiting for the world to quake
Tell me is it far, now I’m in the dark
Waiting for the light to change
In this moment I can sense the smell
Of broken feathers
Wings might be clipped, but I still see
Oh-oh…
Well, I know it’s empty, now
Though there’s so much you have longed for
Won’t you show me how to forget? Tell me is it far? Now, I’m in the dark
Waiting for the light to change
Glancing at the stars, mending my own heart
Is it time to break the chains?

Jenn Bostic – Wrapped Lyrics

I AM NOT ALONE, I AM NOT ALONE
I AM SAVED. I BOW BEFORE YOU FATHER,
HERE IN THE MIDST OF ALL THIS NOISE, I RECEIVE
I AM NOT ALONE, I AM NOT ALONE,
YOU HEAR ME CRYING. I AM SAVED. I AM NOT ALONE, I AM NOT ALONE
I AM SAVED. I AM LOVED
I AM WRAPPED IN THE ARMS OF GOD
I DON’T MIND WAITING, HIS KINGDOM COMES,
I AM WRAPPED IN THE ARMS OF LOVE
THE PRICE OF MY SALVATION, ALREADY HAS BEEN PAID FOR ME, FAITHFULLY
THIS LIGHT INSIDE KEEPS SHINING, NO MATTER HOW DARK IT MIGHT BE, I BELIEVE
I AM NOT ALONE, I AM NOT ALONE,
YOU HEAR ME CRYING. I AM LOVED
I AM WRAPPED IN THE ARMS OF GOD
I DON’T MIND WAITING, HIS KINGDOM COMES,
I AM WRAPPED IN THE ARMS OF LOVE
IN THE ARMS OF LOVE, IN THE ARMS OF LOVE, JESUS, JESUS
IN THE ARMS OF LOVE, IN THE ARMS OF LOVE, JESUS, JESUS
I AM NOT ALONE, I AM NOT ALONE,
YOU HEAR ME CRYING. I AM LOVED
I AM WRAPPED IN THE ARMS OF GOD
I DON’T MIND WAITING, HIS KINGDOM COMES,
I AM WRAPPED IN THE ARMS OF LOVE
HERE IN THE WAITING, FATHER,
MY HEART IS ACHING FOR YOUR VOICE, SPEAK TO ME. I AM LOVED
I AM WRAPPED IN THE ARMS OF GOD
I DON’T MIND WAITING, HIS KINGDOM COMES,
I WILL KEEP WAITING, HIS KINGDOM COMES I AM NOT ALONE, I AM NOT ALONE
I AM SAVED.

Ant Clemons – Pinky Promise Lyrics

[Verse 1]
"When’s the last time", you said that last time
Was a first time for me
And when you’re tired of making all them wrong rights
You should leave time for me
When you need your fix
I could be your plug
When you get tired of lies
I could show you love
Give me your hands, I’ll take that lovely finger and I’ll lock it down
Pinky promise
[Chorus]
Promise not to make a promise I can’t keep
I’ll never do that to you so please, don’t do it to me
I’d never promise just to break a promise, that ain’t me
I’d never, ever break a pinky promise
Pinky promise
Promise not to make a promise I can’t keep
I’ll never do that to you so please, don’t do it to me
I’d never promise just to break a promise, that ain’t me
I’d never, ever break a pinky promise
Pinky promise
[Verse 2]
When you need a fix
I could be the plug
When you tired of lies
Let me show you love
When you need some time
Let me show you some
When it’s after two I can be the one
Bet the last time, you had a good night
It’s a long time to me
Swear it’s all right, here for the long ride
Come make a wrong right with me
Pinky promise
[Chorus]
Promise not to make a promise I can’t keep
I’ll never do that to you so please, don’t do it to me
I’d never promise just to break a promise, that ain’t me
I’d never, ever break a pinky promise
Pinky promise
Promise not to make a promise I can’t keep
I’ll never do that to you so please, don’t do it to me
I’d never promise just to break a promise, that ain’t me
I’d never, ever break a pinky promise
Pinky promise

21 Lil Harold – Freak Hoe Lyrics

[Intro]
You know I love me some thick booty hoes
I love my hoe to be nasty, freaky
(Kid Hazel on the beat)
[Verse 1]
Magic got the nasty bitches (Nasty bitches)
Allure got the classy bitches
O’Haras love the ratchet bitches (Love the ratchet bitches)
At Diamond, they showing ass and titties (Ass and titties)
And Wax got some ugly bitches but I still f*ck them bitches (I f*ck them bitches)
[Chorus]
You a freak bitch, hoe, you a freak hoe (21)
You’s a freak hoe (21), you a freak hoe (21)
Go and dance on that pole (Yeah)
You’s a freak hoe (21), you a freak hoe (21)
You a freak hoe, bitch
[Verse 2]
In Strokers, they be burnt out (Burnt out)
In Blaze, they be turnt out (Turnt out)
I’m tryna f*ck, bitch, why lie? I came from that six side (From six)
Where them hoes selling drugs and they thugged out (They thugged out)
[Interlude]
Ooh, ahh, ahh
Ahh, ahh, ahh, love, yeah
Lovin’ your mouth
Ooh, ahh, ahh
Ahh, ahh, ahh, ooh, yeah
Lovin’ your mouth
[Chorus]
You a freak bitch, hoe, you a freak hoe (21)
You’s a freak hoe (21), you a freak hoe (21)
Go and dance on that pole (Yeah)
You’s a freak hoe (21), you a freak hoe (21)
You a freak hoe, bitch
[Verse 3]
I got one, two, three, four, five, six, seven
Eight bitches really all on my dick
I got three, five, seven, drop down, give you heaven
Follie’s bitches always talking shit (What you say, bitch?)
But they freaks though, they gon’ let you run a damn train
I’ma send it out, send it to my niggas in chain gang
We in Onyx, now the white hoes snortin’ cocaine
That’s a goddamn shame, take me back to Blue Flame
[Chorus]
You a freak bitch, hoe, you a freak hoe (21)
You’s a freak hoe (21), you a freak hoe (21)
Go and dance on that pole (Yeah)
You’s a freak hoe (21), you a freak hoe (21)
You a freak hoe, bitch
[Outro]
Well tonight we are less than 48 hours from the return of Freaknik, now that is the massive party known to shut down Atlanta streets in the name of a good time
And also, the same party that led to several shootings and sexual assaults, CS46 is bringing the latest from Atlanta with what we can expect this weekend
Goddamn freak, a goddamn freak (21)

Buc Fifty – Still Breathin’ Lyrics

[Hook: 2X]
It’s unbelieving but I’m still breathin’
You never couldn’t get me stop dreamin’
I’m still breathin’ you never gettin’ even
You heathens I’m still breathin’
[Verse 3]
I have well established reputation for violence
Arrange the usual reception for ??? ??? Cause I’m a street general like ??? slipping in my environment
I guaranteed on my seed early retirements
Put your ??? with beat streak shock
But do as I say you won’t get fatally shot
Lay ozone and break a nigga and up wide
Speed ??? [Hook]
Still breathin you never couldn’t get me stop dreamin’
I’m still breathin’ you never gettin’ even
You heathens I’m still breathin’
[Verse 1]
I run up in your spot like SWAT
Got more that a mots or black hot Glock
Did I shove in your mouth nonchalant
Soon as your jaw drop in your neighborhood watch
Looking like ??? and money you recop
I get high with cops burn up sight like cyclops
Turn a heat up a notch more butter than scotch
And fruity as apricot why you hood let you had a block
They must have been high as astronaut
Time to close down shop you too can’t thanks a lot
I take my props program like robots
Tie you eighty knots before I shake good spot
And out on record time but seconds on a clock
[Hook: 2X]
It’s unbelieving but I’m still breathin’
You never couldn’t get me stop dreamin’
I’m still breathin’ you never gettin’ even
You heathens I’m still breathin’
[Verse 2]
Death I’m promotin’ anything less is insulting
When I start revolting show no fear if I get four hits
If they don’t start Michael Bolton
And act like Catholic spell start ??? like fireman
Scientists can’t fated what I exist
Heaven forbid or opposite analyst
Don’t leave on my accounts stay I insist
You made you bet now you must dying it
And rhyme or let maneuver what I advised
The illest and Murder Villas we gotta feel us
[Hook: 2X]
It’s unbelieving but I’m still breathin’
You never couldn’t get me stop dreamin’
I’m still breathin’ you never gettin’ even
You heathens I’m still breathin’ And back up off me is my slogan
Everyday I lift weights trying to get swollen
I’m still skinny look at me it ain’t showing
For f*ck me having muscles on me nigga i’m holding
Even if I get is big that nigga Coleman
I keep hand in my shirt like Napoleon
Strap strollin’ then my lap get frolin’
From birth to a hearse I die lokin’
Live for next yolkin’ that’s slang for choking
You out to your eyeballs pop and you crokin’
Show no emotion bust heads wide open
Left is don’t smoke like the end of the ???

A War Within – Home Is Where My Head Lays Lyrics

I could just stay here
In outer space
Gaze into your light
Like a moth that’s found its place
My stomachs sick from words I can’t remember
People changing like their oh so clever
This is not your fight
You had no right
Is this real life
Does anything matter
There’s no wrong or no right
When your world has been shattered
Take all that u want from me
All that’s left of me and climb that ladder
Is this a sign
That nothing else matters
A test of time
And sanity
Lips are aligned
With a zipper lock and key
Try not to be like our mothers and father’s
Words roll of our tongues that once were a bother
Rebel In Despite
Somethings just not right
Home is where my head lays
Yeah
Fully grown still my mind plays
It’s sad
Living a lie
Just one false move and theyre waiting for answers
Under the light
Everyone’s waiting for the next disaster
Argue and fight
Cause we all wanna see who gets there faster
To the finish line
The closer we get the less it matters

Paolo Benvegnu – Fiamme Lyrics

Noi siamo fiamme di immagini che volano
Siamo fiamme di immagini che volano
E gli occhi sono uguali a ieri nella realtà di un sogno
Che mi trascina via con sé
Siamo fiamme di immagini che volano
Noi siamo fiamme di immagini che volano
Che volano e confondono
Che volano e ritornano
Si attraggono e si sfiorano
Si incantano e divorano
Mi attraggono e mi sfiorano
Che inventano e migliorano
Insegnano ed esplorano
Proteggono e migliorano
Si spengono e migliorano
Si spengono e tradiscono
Mi attraggono e mi sfiorano

Bubblegum Lemonade – Number One For Christmas Lyrics

[verse 1]
You are an Angel to me
Sitting at the top of the tree
Forget the lies we’ve been sold
All that glitters is not gold
[Chorus]
You’re my number one for Christmas (number one)
Top of the Santa list
You’re my number one for Christmas (number one)
Top of the list
[verse 2]
Tumbled out of midnight mass
Behind the faces of the past
You held my hand on Snowman Hill
And when we kissed, the time stood still
[Chorus]
You’re my number one for Christmas (number one)
Top of the Santa list
You’re my number one for Christmas (number one)
Top of the list
[verse 3]
Early nights are drawing near
Getting dark at the end of the year
Waking up to another dawn
Then the lights, they all come on
[Chorus]
You’re my number one for Christmas (number one)
Top of the Santa list
You’re my number one for Christmas (number one)
Top of the list

Connie Smith – Baby’s Back Again Lyrics

BABY’S BACK AGAIN
Writer Betty Jean Robinson
This must be my lucky day baby’s back again
Said he’d never go away baby’s back again
Throw my troubles to the wind happiness come right on in
Cause baby’s back again
Eyes there’ll never be another teardrop
Lips he’s waiting just a kiss away
The future looks so bright everything’s alright
Since my baby’s home again to stay
This must be my lucky day…
I never saw the moon shine more brightly
All the stars came out tonight for me
He said he still loves me that’s all I need to know
Cause that’s the way a real love has to be
This must be my lucky day…
Cause baby’s back again oh yes my baby’s back again
Oh yes my baby’s back again

Moise The Dude – 6 Du Lyrics

Vie d’chien
A quoi ça tient? Ça tient à rien [Couplet unique]
6 du, Paris la nuit, Paris, la rue
Mes mains sous sa jupe, mes mains sur son cul
J’lui précise que
Elle n’aurait pas mon cœur, elle n’aurait qu’ma queue
Et j’lui promets rien, en lui mordillant les seins
Et j’suis plus qu’honnête
Tout en étant une ordure de la pire espèce
Tout en étant les deux faces de la même pièce
6 du, beaucoup d’alcool dans les veines
Trop d’mélancolie dans les gènes
J’pense au passé qui r’viendra plus
J’pense au futur incertain, vu qu’à présent j’suis perdu
J’pense à c’qui coince et j’suis rincé
Je sais déjà qu’c’est terminé
Et elle s’inquiète et j’me marre
Pour une fois qu’c’est moi qui rentre tard
6 du, et tout bascule, l’histoire se répète
Adieu femme renarde, à bientôt brunette
Quelle vie hein?