Vianney – Labello Lyrics

Je n’avais aimé le froid
Auparavant que depuis chez moi
Mais sur les Champs Elysées
Tout dépend ce que l’on en fait
Il y avait des types qui vendaient des vins chauds
A d’autres types qui se pelaient les os
Parmi les chant de Noël il y eut
Un parfum de fleurs, un frisson, un début
Et comme le froid fait bien les choses
Avant toi il fallait que j’ose
Labello
La belle, la belle aubaine
Ce labello
Labello, Labello, Labello sur tes lèvres
Des centaines de chinois
Promenant avec des caméras
Mais sur ces Champs Elysées
Il n’y a que toi que je voyais
Et j’entendais des types criant “Aux marrons chauds”
Quand d’autres types recherchaient un métro
Si c’est Noël dans la rue
Dans mes bras mon cadeau ne bouge plus
Comme le froid te fait les joues roses
Contre moi je veux que tu oses
Labello
La belle, la belle aubaine
Ce labello
Labello, Labello, Labello sur tes lèvres
Labello
La belle, la belle aubaine
Ce labello
Labello, Labello, Labello
Labello, Labello, Labello
Labello, Labello, Labello sur tes lèvres

Kranium Speak On Dancehall And Afrobeats Comparison

As far as he sees, “it’s we and afrobeat against dem (Reggaeton) because our music don’t consider as priority it consider as a favour.”
Kranium added that at the end of the day, he believes that listeners don’t differentiate between afrobeats and dancehall because to them, it’s all just music. He also called on dancehall deejays to be more patient when they put out work. Dancehall deejay Kranium, whose real name is Kemar Donaldson, believes that’s because it has a much larger fanbase and is simply getting its time in the sun. I can call 10 different artistes that I think have the potential to be big,” he said. One of the emerging genres that has been getting a lot of attention lately is afrobeats. With afrobeats, he believes that their fans catch on to the music much faster. The “Can’t Believe” singer continued on to say that dancehall is not dead but is just not receiving the support it once did. Now if you look into it most of us in dancehall music that make dancehall music that really hit the mainstream market always take wha, six, seven months after the song already burn out.”
That slowness of appreciation of a hit can frustrate deejays, and many times by the time their music has been discovered, they’ve already moved on to a different sound. He added, “Afrobeats is having their moment and everything is hot so everything is overshadowed.”
The artiste said though that he was very encouraged by the direction that dancehall is heading in right now. “My catalogue is world wide of me perform in front of Americans, Caribbeans, Africans. He added that it’s been a long time since he could say that and that he felt the entire island is on “fire” putting out good music. Once anything is done in dancehall is done right, it will get global recognition, he added. We had Sean Paul, we had Shaggy, we had Beenie Man, we had Brick and Lace, we had Elephant Man, we had Wayne Wonder for example. He said the genre had a lot more listeners because of the number of fans that are available for them to push their music to. Twitter
Facebook “When it comes to dancehall we can’t say the same right now but it makes no sense to fight an emerging music that is now getting its props,” he said. That being said, he was still very impressed with how dancehall artistes have been evolving and have become very innovative with their music. This, he said, was very different when it came to dancehall because the population that the music is presented to is much smaller. Kranium explained that he believed that dancehall had its heyday, similar to afrobeats now, back in the 90s. This is also driven even more by the fact that they have larger streaming platforms. He added that he was a one-hit-wonder until he found the right formula for “core” music. He added, “Dancehall is in a great space of creativity and me love it.”
Kranium went on to say that he doesn’t believe there needs to be any comparison between the two genres and explained that he thinks afrobeats simply has a better demographic to work with. The “Nobody Has to Know” singer shared his opinion while being interviewed on The Fix podcast. The catalogue have big records buh wah me ah say is it took a while for Jamaica or people ah say tha youth ah bad,” he said. Kranium says its time to stop comparing dancehall and afrobeats. This also means finding the right sound. Using himself as an example, he added that if he had received the right support when he first came on the scene, he feels he would have been a much more well-known artiste by now. “Me just love the fact that dancehall is a young fan-based driven music and it ah very fast music and right now it’s been a while me can identify 10 different artistes. The interview was uploaded to YouTube yesterday, January 14. Another genre he believes is dominating at the moment is Reggaeton, and again he believes that this is because of the large fanbase. I could call seven artistes whose doing great on the mainstream market,” he said. That’s why he believes that artistes should just focus on putting out good records and forget the comparisons being made. He said other genres like R&B and Hip Hop were also once the sought after music and that afrobeats is just getting its recognition now. “We have to find the right records that slip through to get the justice fe really shine the light pon dancehall. “I don’t think there need to be a comparison between dancehall and afrobeats and the reason why me always say this is because when dancehall had their golden era in the 90s to 2005.

Ishawna The First Dancehall Artist To Get COVID-19 Vaccine

The vaccine is being touted as necessary to stop the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic. Almost a million shots are given daily as the United States seeks to mass vaccine its population, which has seen more than 24 million persons infected and 400k persons dying. Ishawna is the first among the dancehall community to show support for the Covid-19 vaccine, while others have expressed fear and uncertainty. The document which many have referred to as having the value of a passport- a vaccine passport- is used to show that a person has received a vaccine and may even be required to be used for traveling purposes. “Please keep this record card, which includes medical information about the vaccine that you have received,” the slip of paper with Ishawna’s real name read. There are currently two approved vaccines being distributed, but it was unclear whether Ishawna received the Moderna or Pfizer vaccine. The vaccine is given in two shots in order to be effective. The paper, which was not captioned by Ishawna, was recognized by Instagram’s built in fact-checker that adds automatic covid-19 links to posts concerning covid. So far, CDC records show that 14.3 million vaccine shots have been given. View this post on Instagram

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Lil Baby, Gucci Mane, Tyga Performed At 150-Person Maskless Birthday Party In Miami

The hosts reportedly said that they counted on their guests to follow an “honor system” when it comes to coronavirus measures, whatever that means. The celebration was held for Electric Feel Entertainment founder Austin Rosen’s birthday and was hosted in South Beach by Real Housewives of Miami star Lisa Hochstein and her husband. Close to 150 maskless people packed together. Lil Baby, Gucci Mane, Tyga and more rappers performed at a 150-person birthday party in Miami and not a mask in sight. Artists who have organized and performed at these events continue to face backlash, the latest being Gucci Mane and Lil Baby. Seeing celebrities who refuse to follow these guidelines can be very frustrating for those of us who are making so many sacrifices in our personal and social lives. The many restrictions and adjustments we have all had to make in our day-to-day lives have become depressing and exhausting for many, but those who follow the science know that these precautions save lives. According to reports, the South Beach turn up involved little to no social distancing measures. While the partygoers include Tyga, Post Malone, and 24kGoldn, Lil Baby and Gucci are receiving the most criticism because they were performing at the event in front of a large crowd without masks. It is sometimes hard to believe, but we are still in the middle of a pandemic nearly a year after COVID-19 began to ravage the world. Page Six reported that Hochstein assured the safety of her event by setting a limit of 150 guests and temperature checking guests at the door. Most experts agree that we should all be avoiding gatherings outside our homes entirely, as well as refraining from seeing friends and family outside of our immediate household. Over the weekend, several rappers gathered in Miami to party it up as if the pandemic doesn’t exist. Pro-COVID movement is strong. *COVID PARTY ALERT* Lil Pump, Tyga, Gucci Mane, Lil Baby and many celebrities attend party at Star Island—near Miami. pic.twitter.com/VAIa2NfffT
— Def Noodles (@defnoodles) January 19, 2021

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Dwyane Wade Frustrate His Kids On IG With Nude Photo With Gabrielle Union

It looks like Dwyane Wade is taking that advice to heart after a photo he posted on his birthday led to comments of disgust from three of his children, including his opinionated 2-year-old’s Instagram account. Dwyane’s 18-year-old son, Zaire Wade, was the first of his children to comment on the post, writing, “This isn’t what i wanted to wake up to,” along with a nausea emoji. View this post on Instagram

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Facebook 39 is already looking up,” Dwyane captioned the post. Dwyane Wade is leaving his kids feeling some type of way after posting too much on the Gram. His 13-year-old daughter followed shortly after with the comment, “Ayooooo chill, I just got on,” followed by some shocked and sad emojis. Dwyane Wade and Gabrielle tend to keep their social media feed fairly PG, but it looks like they decided to have a little more fun for Wade’s birthday. “Birthday behavior!! Many parents will tell you that it is their duty to embarrass their kids. Despite the shade from his kids, who obviously think of themselves as much cooler than dad, Dwayne’s birthday photo was liked over a million times on Instagram. Never one to be left out on social media, 2-year-old Kaavia chimed in on the post last, adding, “Thought I had more time before his midlife crisis.” Of course, Kaavia’s account is run by her parents, and the comment was likely a joke crafted by her mom. The picture was posted early on Wade’s 39th birthday and showed him standing completely nude with his lower half being blocked by his wife, Gabrielle Union, who stood smiling in front of him in a bathrobe. Considering the man has two teenagers and a toddler with a whole lot of personality, this surely won’t be the last time we hear about his kids passing some judgement on their father’s social media behavior. The athlete has an impressive body and is certainly aging gracefully, so there’s no reason he shouldn’t be able to flaunt what he’s got.

Nas Is Honored That Jay-Z Beef Is A Big Part Of His Legacy

Nas says the competitive nature of hip-hop will also serve as the reason for its longevity. The combative forum that is the dancehall community would nary exist without those combats, and its extensive catalogs historically range from stimulating dance music to gritty war tracks. Hip-hop music was partly derived from earlier influences of reggae and what later became dancehall music by Jamaican music legend Kool Herc. “I was honored to have that part of my life happen because that’s how I saw some of the greats do it coming up,” the rapper explained. Much like dancehall music, hip-hop is a deathless sport because it’s a deadly sport. Not to say other rockers didn’t go at it, other reggae artists didn’t go at it, other crooners didn’t go at it… but hip-hop will always be around because of how competitive it is.”
Can you imagine hip-hop music without the occasional sparring? As such, the rap mogul says he was honored to have been a part of what is widely considered one of the greatest hip-hop music clashes of all-time. “Like really go at it. On that note, like dancehall fans, Nas grew up listening to artists clashing in hip-hop, too, which is the reason he considers it a great honor to have penned a similar moment in history. There aren’t many genres that can get as grimey and contentious as say – dancehall or hip-hop music, and Nas acknowledged that it’s really the nature of what the genre is. That particular showing was pertinent to the integrity of the very Verzuz name and drew an audience of millions. “It shed light on both of you… In the back and forth it elevated everybody,” he said. Nas showdown is a time-honored milestone and is perhaps the reason the early millennium was such a historic era for hip-hop music. Ninja Man to Vybz Kartel vs. Nas is embracing his past beef with Jay-Z as part of his decorated legacy. “That’s what I like about hip-hop compared to other genres is that they go at it in hip-hop,” he continued. Anyone who knows the history of hip-hop, as Swizz pointed out on his Instagram Live after the episode, knows the paramount importance of including two dancehall music icons. From Shabba Ranks vs. Mavado, the dancehall chronicles are not short of notorious feuds. In response, Nas talked about that back and forth being how hip-hop began, namedropping Double Trouble and Busy Bee as exemplars. “Again, it’s about the art of MCing and when you’re trying to make the best stuff you can make and you bump heads with another MC, and then you guys have a war or whatever, that’s what this art form was since the beginning,” he explained. Nas seems to agree that, similarly, hip-hop music will live on because it is such a competitive art form. The Jay-Z vs. Throughout the years, many great icons have reared their heads on the battlefield and set off historical clash events. During a recent interview with Rick Ruben on the Broken Record podcast, Nas reflected on that time in his career, and he is rather pleased that it is a part of his history. Rick Ruben pointed out that the feud between Nas and Hov only served to propel both their careers. Twitter
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Jordyn Woods Ask Fans For Prayers For Karl-Anthony Towns Battling COVID-19

I will immediately isolate and follow every protocol,” he wrote in a tweet. God’s got you and so does your most powerful guardian Angel up there. Here’s hoping that Towns feels better soon. We cannot stop the spread of this virus alone, it must be a group effort by all of us.”
The news is particularly heartbreaking as Towns’ mother, Jacqueline, passed away in April, a week after contracting COVID. You’re one of the strongest people I know,” wrote Jordyn Woods in response to his tweet. As the 25-year-old battles, the illness which has already claimed so many lives, the woman in his life is echoing his prayers and asking for a few more to help him get through this tough time. ???? https://t.co/wtDjYynQ2x
— Jordyn Woods (@jordynwoods) January 16, 2021

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— Jordyn Woods (@jordynwoods) January 16, 2021

The model, who has been in a relationship with Towns since July, asked her fans to send prayers the NBA star’s way while confirming that she and her family tested negative for the disease. Please send some prayers up. Thank you for all of the support and prayers, my family and I have all been tested and the results came back negative. The Minnesota Timberwolves player is the latest celeb to test positive for the virus, which has already seen more than 24.1 million cases in the US over the last year. Praying for you babe. “Prior to tonight’s game, I received yet another awful call that I tested positive for COVID. God’s got you and so does your most powerful guardian Angel up there. Karl-Anthony Towns has coronavirus, and his girlfriend, Jordyn Woods, is asking for prayers. “I pray every day that this nightmare of a virus will subside and I beg everyone to continue to take it seriously by taking all of the necessary precautions. “Praying for you babe. you’re one of the strongest people I know. I know you’re going to pull through. I know you’re going to pull through. ????

Bow Wow Apologize To Mayor Of Houston On Twitter

Help us get past this virus and then do your thing. I don’t dislike @BowWowPromoTeam. I cant believe I get the blame for a whole weekend. “Once again im sorry if i caused any disruption. I apologize if i did anything wrong. All love! st #COVID19
— Sylvester Turner (@SylvesterTurner) January 18, 2021

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My clip was the only clip to go viral and we know why. — Bow Wow (@smoss) January 19, 2021

Let me be very clear. Patrons in every city are filling the nightspots and partaking in their usual leisure activities, which is only a recipe for the outbreak to spread. In his defense, Bow Wow explained that it wasn’t his concert, and he just performed a quick verse and returned to his section where he put his mask back on. I understand the time we are living in so I apologize. This is ridiculous,” Bow Wow tweeted on Monday (Jan. I can take all the heat and not sweat. While the city is in the midst of this pandemic nearly 2000 infected and 17 dying yesterday, this is not the time for concerts,” replied Turner. “Safe to say the mayor of Houston hates my guts. “Let me very clear. While it’s hard to pinpoint the people of influence who are deviating from the COVID-19 management policies, Bow Wow believes that he is being targeted. While the city is in the midst of this pandemic nearly 2000 infected and 17 dying yesterday, this is not the time for concerts. “Sorry to the mayor for any confusion. Apparently, it was a friend’s birthday, and he wasn’t even paid for his time on stage. The same for other bars & clubs. I understand this is what i signed up for. Anything with my name attached to it reads HEADLINES. After a video of the rapper performing at a venue in Houston to a fully-stocked crowd went viral, he took to Twitter to rant with disdain about being blamed for the incident. 2. And went back to my section and simply put my mask BACK on. Anything with my name attached to it reads HEADLINES. I didnt mean to. Heres the TRUTH: My only statement. I understand the time we are living in so I apologize.”
The rapper, however, could not bring himself to refrain from making his case on how unfair it was that he was seemingly singled out. I simply did one verse to like you. A place I go to one my free time,” he wrote. 1. Bow Wow got the club packed in Houston pic.twitter.com/iY83PSA5J3
— 2Cool2Blog (@2Cool2BIog) January 16, 2021

Bow Wow later apologized to the mayor and showed some accountability for his actions. “I appreciate @smoss and look forward to attending his concert myself in Houston when we get past this pandemic. It was not a bow wow concert. Sorry to the mayor for any confusion. The Twitter spat ended with the rapper offering the mayor front row tickets to the Millenium tour at the Toyota Center, and he gladly accepted. Thats why they chose me…” He, however, added another apology after he digressed for a fleeting moment. It was my boys 30th bday weekend and i came down off the love
— Bow Wow (@smoss) January 19, 2021

3. Thats why they chose me. I consider it like a 2nd home. 18). Bow Wow is apologizing to the Mayor of Atlanta after they go back and forth on Twitter over his club packed performance. And i love the city of houston with all my heart,” he said. “Much love mayor!” Bow Wow tweeted. st,” Turner wrote. I consider it like a 2nd home. I don’t dislike @BowWowPromoTeam. Mayor Turner caught wind of the tweet and ended up replying, though he failed to tag the correct Twitter user. A place i go to on my free time. All is well that ends well. I love the city of houston. “I apologize if I did anything wrong. 4. In this phase of the global pandemic, officials are still imploring people to stay in and avoid large social gatherings, but the control seems to be slipping further and further away from their grasps. I love the city of Houston. I did not i repeat did not GET PAID for anything. Amid his apology, Bow Wow wrote, “My clip was the only clip to go viral and we know why. Sorry for any confusion.

Robin thicke – Take Me Higher

Yeaah, baby
Na na na na, na na na
(Take me higher baby)
Take me to the sky
Then yea, yank on the line
And I get high high high
But baby, baby I don’t mind
(Take me higher baby)
Like a grape on the vine
You turn me, turn me into wine
and I get high high high
But listen, baby, I don’t mind
Take me higher baby, yeeeeah
Na na na na, na na na
I’m coming baby, I hear your tone
I’m running red lights, I’m rushing home
I got it baby, you feel alone
Your body’s cold & naked
You need me to hold. Oh
Na na na na, na na na
(Take me higher baby)
Take me to the sky
Then yeaa, yank on the line
and I get high high high
But baby, baby, I don’t mind
(I get higher baby)
Like a grape on the vine
You turn me, turn me into wine
and I get high high high
But listen, baby I don’t mind
Take me higher, baby
I get higher, baby
Yes, I do. Take me higher. Na na na na, na na na
I’m coming baby, I hear your tone
I’m running red lights, I’m rushing home
I got it baby, you feel alone
Your body’s cold & naked
You need me to hold. Na na na na, na na na
(Take me higher baby)
Take me to the sky
Then yea, yank on the line
and I get high high high
But baby, baby I don’t mind
(I get higher baby)
Like a grape on the vine
You turn me, turn me into wine
and I get high high high
But listen, baby, I don’t mind. [Take Me Higher Lyrics by Robin Thicke continue below:]
I’m coming, baby, I hear your tone
I’m running red lights, I’m rushing home
I got it baby, You feel alone
Your body’s cold & naked
You need me to hold
So, in love
Girl, you’re like the morning sun
When I’m down, you lift me up
I wanna overdose on your touch. [Intro:]
Yeeeaah
Ahhh baby
Yeeeaaah
Oh baby
Let’s get saved
Well well well
Ba-ba-da-da-da
I need
I need to be saved. Just because girl you know I love us some us
Better than I thought it was
I want to overdose on your touch.

Paul Jacobs – Half Rich Loner

I was a half rich loner,
Hanging underneath the ceiling
Staring at a photo, or taking notes at the meeting
Oh yeah
(That was me, yeah that was me)

Thrilling in the morning
Not afraid of the evening
I don’t think about religion. I let out all of my feelings
but this time has got me under
Some sort of spell
Hey

Anna B Savage – Baby Grand

When I dropped you off
I think I wanted to say I’d miss you
Or how I’ve missed you.. I think it’s just platonic affection
But I didn’t drink much cause I can’t be certain
We haven’t spoken so I can’t be certain Baby Grand Lyrics:
We lie side by side under the Baby grand
Listen to Spice, then Funeral, then the sun rises
You catch my eye, reach out a hand
And boop me on the forehead. “Baby Grand” is a single that’s part of Anna B Savage’s debut album ‘A Common Turn’, set for release on the 29th January 2021 via City Slang. ‘Nap time’ you said
You rest your head on me under the Baby Grand
I am frozen, it’s so familiar
You’ve fallen asleep: I hold my own hand
And stay as still as still could be
After the record’s ended…
You’ve created this moment just for me
I think it’s just affection
But I didn’t drink much ’cause I can’t be certain
Could’ve slept, but I elbow you under the Baby Grand
and we went off to our separate bedrooms
This morning I wrote that first verse down
and heard you in the kitchen
Probably talking to your girlfriend
Well… I think it’s just honest affection
But I didn’t drink much ’cause I can’t be certain
On the sofa you noticed I’d written
A line about the Edwyn Collins owl mug
Is this affection just created
For a better narrative?

Bleach – D-tecnolife Lyrics

Remember… Remember… modoranai kedo
hizunda kioku no you na toki no naka de itsuka wakari aeru kara
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Injured with pain and sadness, the you that cannot be healed
Shoulder the burden of the past that cannot be erased; don’t throw away your will to live
Your hand that I held…
Will we lose it someday? Remember… I want to protect you and that disappearing smile
The ringing voice that calls me dries out
Even if it gets erased by the wind along time
I will find you
Injured with pain and sadness, the you that cannot be healed
Don’t say words like you can’t smile or you hate people
Everything that happens in the unseen future has a meaning
So stay like this, there’ll come a time when you will realize
Like a rusted person
It felt so hollow to just pile atop one another
You said you could live on your own
Just with the usual kind words
You ache to a point where I cannot reach you
Your hand that I held searched for some simple kindness
Do you remember
By learning pain, you can become a person who can be kind to others
Drive your Life
Injured with pain and sadness, the you that cannot be healed
Don’t say words like you can’t smile or you hate people
Everything that happens in the unseen future has a meaning
So stay like this, there’ll come a time when you will realize
How can I see the meaning of life
Disappearing, you’re the only… Remember… your different Life? your different Life? though, we cannot return ienai itami kanashimi de kizu tsuita kimi yo
kesenai kako mo seoi atte ikou ikiru koto wo nage dasanai de
tsunaida kimi no te wo
itsuka ushinatte shimau no kana
usurete iku egao to kimi wo mamoritai kara
hibiku boku wo yobu koe sae kare
toki ni sou kaze ni kaki kesaretatte
kimi wo mitsuke dasu
ienai itami kanashimi de kizu tsuita kimi
mou waraenai nante hito girai nante kotoba sou iwanai de
mienai mirai ni okoru koto subete ni imi ga aru kara
ima wa sono mama de ii kitto kizukeru toki ga kuru daro
sabikitta hito no you ni
kasanari au dake ga munashikute
hitori de ikite ikerutte itta
arifureta yasashisa kotobajya
ima wa mou todokanai hodo ni kimi wa uzukidasu
tsunai da kimi no te wa nanigenai yasashisa wo motome
Do you remember
itami wo shiru koto de hito ni yasashiku nareru kara
Drive your Life
ienai itami kanashimi de kizu tsuita kimi
mou waraenai nante hito girai nante kotoba sou iwanai de
mienai mirai ni okoru koto subete ni imi ga aru kara
ima wa sono mama de ii kitto kizukeru toki ga kuru daro
How can I see the meaning of life
kieteku you’re the only… So you will not break, you distance yourself from me
Don’t say words like you can’t smile or you hate people
Now it’s by and by, even if you cannot see, there’s a meaning to everything
Shoulder the burden of the past that cannot be erased; don’t throw away your will to live
You’d better forget everything. You’d better forget everything. You’d better forget everything. kowarenai you ni to hanarete iku kimi
mou waraenai nante hito girai nante kotoba sou iwanai de
ima wa by and by mie nakuttatte subete ni imi ga aru kara
kesenai kako mo seoi attekou ikiru koto wo nagedasanai de
You’d better forget everything.

Anny Schilder – You Are My Hero Lyrics

You are my hero
and I love you
you’re be sailing across the sea
I am always thinking of you
you’re a hero to me
You are my hero
and I miss you broken heartaches
I would be while we part it
it will breathe it
you’re a hero to me
You are my hero
you are fighting
you must be what you have to be
he must find out what we’re believing
you’re a hero to me
You are my hero
and I love you
you’re be sailing across the sea
I will always keep thinking of you
you’re a hero to me

Markus Schultz – Are you with me

Ahh aah ah Say that you are here
That you would do this for me
Going through the fear
And if I’d open up, would you hurt me? [Chorus:]
If I were to talk, would you hear me? [Chorus:]
If I were to talk, would you hear me? Ahh aah ah
The blindfold it’s stronghold, tryina weight us down
The tide turns, our hearts burn, see me clearly now
I’ll walk the tide rope right into the storm,
Just to be near you, hoping you will come. Aah ah aah
Are you? If I told you I was lost, would you help me? Ahh aah ah
Aah ah aah
Are you? Aah ah aah
Are you? Tell me are you with me? featuring Daimy Lotus
In silence we hide and try to read your mind,
Like islands divided, oh, give me a sign
I’ll walk the tide rope right into the storm,
Just to be near you, hoping you will come. If I told you I was lost, would you help me? Are you with me? Ahh aah ah
Aah ah aah
Are you? Tell me are you with me? Say that you are here
That you would do this for me
Going through the fear
And if I’d open up, would you hurt me? Are you with me?

Markus Schultz – Wait For You

[Beat drops]
The long ride home, don’t stop till the end
Se well with the masterplan, just round this bed
Some day you’ll find me so worrying the chaos
Step out from the thunder into the sun
I know this could take forever. [Chorus:]
But I’ll still wait for you, every day, every night
Oh, I’ll still wait for you, every day, every night
and how I’ll pray for you every day, every night
Light the stars upon my home. [Chorus:]
But I’ll still wait for you, every day, every night
Oh, I’ll still wait for you, every day, every night
and how I’ll pray for you every day, every night
Light the stars upon my home. [Beat drops]
[Chorus:]
But I’ll still wait for you, every day, every night
Oh, I’ll still wait for you, every day, every night
and how I’ll pray for you every day, every night
Light the stars upon my home. Some day you gotta find me so worring the pages
Step into the color, out of the gray
I know this might take forever. featuring Christian Burns

All those cracks soaked up the rain
You’ve been to the other side, and back again.