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Tensions continue in Darfur as Sudanese war criminal faces his day in court

Tensions continue in Darfur as Sudanese war criminal faces his day in court

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Sudanese war crimes suspect Ali Kushayb, who preferred to be named Ali Muhammad Ali Abd-al-Rahman, is seen on a screen during an initial appearance at the International Criminal Court in The Hague, June 15, 2020.

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After more than a decade evading charges of war crimes and crimes against humanity in Darfur, a Sudanese suspect, Ali Muhammad Ali Abd-al-Rahman, widely known as Ali Kushayb, finally appeared in court. 

On Monday, the 70-year-old could be seen via video link from an International Criminal Court (ICC) detention center, where he had been transferred last week after surrendering himself in the Central African Republic.

The prosecution in The Hague spent 30 minutes reading out more than 50 charges against Kushayb, an alleged senior leader of the Janjaweed, a government-supported Arab militia responsible for atrocities in the Darfur region of western Sudan.

The conflict, which the United States later called a genocide against Indigenous Africans, left an estimated 300,00 people dead and more than 2 million displaced. 

In his initial pretrial appearance, Kushayb dismissed the charges as “untrue,” signaling what would become a lengthy, drawn-out trial.

Still, for some Darfuris, Kushayb’s arrest is a sign that justice, long-elusive, could be on the horizon.

Related: Sudanese women seek justice one year after pro-democracy crackdown

“I was very happy because Ali Kushayb surrender[ing] himself to ICC is an important step to satisfy the victims of genocide.”

Mutasim Ali, Darfuri activist living in Washington, DC

I was very happy because Ali Kushayb surrender[ing] himself to ICC is an important step to satisfy the victims of genocide,” said Mutasim Ali, a 33-year-old activist who recently graduated from George Washington University with a degree in comparative law. 

Ali was 16 years old when the conflict in Darfur broke out in 2003, disrupting his otherwise peaceful rural childhood.

“When the war broke out, my family and I were separated because the village was destroyed by the Sudanese government — the militia.”

His village, Daba Neira, lies in the mountainous Jebel Marra region, which for years was besieged by government-linked militias and “scorched-earth” attacks, according to Amnesty International.

“They’re now living in displaced person camps in North Darfur State,” said Ali, who fled Sudan in 2007 after being arrested for criticizing the government.

Sudan at a crossroads

Kushayb’s arrest comes at a transformative moment in Sudan, where a transitional, civilian-led government is tasked with moving the country toward democracy after 30 years of dictatorship under Omar al-Bashir, who was ousted last year following months of massive protests. 

While the government has made social and political breakthroughs in a short time —  recovering billions in stolen assets, expanding religious freedoms and normalizing relations with the US — it has been slow to deliver justice to victims of the Bashir regime.

Related: A year after revolution, Sudan celebrates but still faces squeeze of sanctions

That’s especially true in Darfur, which has yet to feel the promise of transformation.

“For me, the situation in Darfur is still in bad condition,” said Yahia Shogar, a doctor working in West Darfur, who is part of the rapid response team trying to curb the spread of the coronavirus.  

As Sudan struggles to fight the coronavirus with limited resources, Kushayb’s arrest has renewed attention to the unique challenges in Darfur, where thousands remain in displacement camps supported mostly by international humanitarian aid.

Insecurity and violence persist, propelled by intercommunal clashes and attacks on civilians by armed militias.

“These conflicts have a direct correlation with health impact. Sometimes we have no way to reach areas far from us.” 

Yahia Shogar, doctor, West Darfur, Sudan

“These conflicts have a direct correlation with health impact. Sometimes, we have no way to reach areas far from us,” said Shogar, who notes there is also distrust toward the transitional government. Some members are linked to crimes in Darfur, notably Mohamed Hamdan “Hemeti” Dagolo, deputy head of the sovereign council — and former Janjaweed leader.

“People deny there’s coronavirus in Sudan or in Darfur,” said Shogar, who contracted COVID-19 himself.

“People say that it’s a political issue,” he continued, explaining he and other medical professionals are trying to educate distrustful communities. 

Related: Coronavirus exposes Sudan’s broken health care system

“The change that is happening in [other parts of] Sudan is not seen in Darfur,” said Ali, the student.

Sitting in his apartment in Washington, DC, where Black Lives Matter protests have erupted in recent weeks, Ali compares the experience of black Americans to what is happening at home.

“They way they are being treated from slavery until this day. That’s exactly how the people of Darfur are being treated,” he explained. 

He worries that unless the problems in Darfur are addressed, the situation could become “explosive” — especially given the continued proliferation of arms in the region, and the anticipated drawdown of United Nations peacekeepers.

Attempts at peace

Sudan’s new government is now responsible for making peace with rebel movements on the country’s margins, including South Kordofan, Blue Nile — and Darfur.

“Our main problem in Sudan is to address the root cause of the political problems. That is what we Darfuris demand.”

Nimir Abdelrahman, chief negotiator for the Sudan Liberation Movement Transitional Council, a Darfuri rebel group

“Our main problem in Sudan is to address the root cause of the political problems. That is what we Darfuris demand,” said Nimir Abdelrahman, a chief negotiator for the Sudan Liberation Movement Transitional Council, a Darfuri rebel group. 

This week, Darfuri armed and unarmed rebel groups are negotiating with the Sudanese government in neighboring Juba, South Sudan, with hopes of reaching a peace deal by June 20, which will officially end the conflict in Darfur.

“The security situation in Darfur has deteriorated, it is very bad,” Abdelrahman said. “We are trying for the Darfur [groups] and the government forces to establish a joint military command to help the people on the ground.”

Other Darfuri demands include disarming armed militias responsible for attacking civilians and bringing justice to all those responsible for crimes in Darfur.

“The government in Khartoum should hand over those wanted by the International Criminal Court,” said Abdelrahman. “For those who are not indicted — we agree to establish a Darfur criminal court.”

There are four remaining Sudanese suspects wanted by the ICC for crimes in Darfur, including former President Bashir, who is currently in Kober prison in Khartoum.  

It’s unclear whether those suspects will be extradited to the ICC, or tried jointly in Sudan.

Remembering Sarah Hegazi, the Egyptian LGBTQ activist arrested for unfurling the rainbow flag

Remembering Sarah Hegazi, the Egyptian LGBTQ activist arrested for unfurling the rainbow flag

Sarah Hegazi will be remembered as someone who just wanted to be herself — and was imprisoned and tortured for doing so. On Saturday, the Egyptian LGBTQ activist died by suicide in exile in Canada. She was 30 years old. 

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Crowds listening to Mashrou Leila concert in Cairo in 2017. 

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Sarah Hegazi will be remembered as someone who just wanted to be herself — and was imprisoned and tortured for doing so. On Saturday, the Egyptian LGBTQ activist died by suicide in exile in Canada. She was 30 years old. 

Hegazi’s friends trace the lead-up to her death to a moment in 2017 during a music festival in Cairo. As the Lebanese band Mashrou’ Leila played, Hegazi hoisted a rainbow flag above the crowd — a daring move in a country where homosexuality is taboo. A friend took her photo, and Hegazi became famous after the image spread across on social media.

But Hegazi’s friend, Aya Hijazi, says that moment came back to haunt her. The two women are both activists who have spent time in Egyptian prisons.

Hegazi was arrested after her photo spread on social media. Upon her release, she fled to Canada, where she was granted asylum.

“She told us, I always felt depressed and not able to express myself, and I wasn’t trying to make any political statements, I wasn’t being courageous, I was joyous,” Hijazi told The World.
 

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Today, activists in Lebanon, Egypt and Syria are remembering Hegazi. Upon learning of her death, Hamid Sinno, the openly gay lead singer of Mashrou’ Leila, sang a few stanzas in her honor — taken from Hegazi’s own last words.

Hegazi posted these lines online before her death: The sky is more beautiful than the Earth. And I want the sky, not the earth.

The World’s Marco Werman spoke with Hijazi about how people Hegazi is being remembered and the consequences of her decision to wave the rainbow flag.

Related: Egypt is raiding its LGBTQ community after rainbow flags flew at a concert. The West is silent.

Marco Werman: Aya, take us back to 2017, if you would, and that moment when a friend of Sarah’s snapped that picture and what became an iconic photograph. The Lebanese pop band Mashrou’ Leila just taken the stage at a festival in Cairo. What happened? 

Aya Hijazi: Right. She raised that flag and then some people put it on social media. It wasn’t her. And then after that, people posted it, it was a week later that she was arrested. She was sexually harassed by the authorities. And she was asked very private questions. She was electrocuted and she was tortured just because of raising the flag, nothing else. 

Which was a horrible experience and a complete 180 from the kind of jubilation that she was feeling at that concert, right?

I think that was the last moment of joy she ever felt. She was taken afterwards to solitary confinement as well. And then she was placed with two women in a cell, and they were forbidden from talking to her. And then ultimately, of course, she was deported and made to leave Egypt. And her mother died, as well. And so she just felt depressed afterwards.

How did Sarah get out of prison in Cairo? 

There was advocacy for her case, and then she was just released. She wasn’t acquitted. And then she was basically deported, never allowed to go back home. And I want to say that she never felt comfortable living in exile. She told us repeatedly that she wants to go back home, even if she’s going to go back to prison.

Related: Egypt is ramping up its harsh crackdown on the LGBTQ community

She then struggled with depression and she took her life this past Saturday, what’s been the reaction in Cairo to her death? 

I mean, it is mixed, an unequal mix, with 90 percent of the people just being vile. [But] fellow activists and friends said if this was 10 or 15 years ago, no one would have been outspoken in her support. But now, even 10 percent are able to be outspoken and really speak their opinion freely about the issue and even changing their profiles to the rainbow flag. It is very taboo. That is change. And we think this change is made by Sarah. So she left, but I think her legacy for rights and freedoms and peace and love will live past her.

We’ve been reflecting on the Supreme Court decision here in the U.S. to support protection for LGBTQ people in the workplace. Clearly, different countries are seeing the urgency for LGBTQ equality and justice through different lenses. When you think about what needs to be accomplished in Egypt, where do you even begin? 

In America, all of this happens, even legislation banning discrimination, it’s because of democracy. It is because there is freedom of speech and you can’t have rights, if you’re ruled by a tank and a government.

Aya, you spoke about the legacy of Sarah. What do activists in the Middle East do with this moment?

So people are arranging vigils for her in Beirut. They’ve already lit candles for her yesterday, even in Syria — it’s war-torn and people are dying. Because she was a strong supporter of Syria, Syrian activists did a vigil for her and raised banners. A lot of people really loved her and came out in support of LGBTQ rights and this was the first time that I seen Egypt people changing their profiles to the rainbow flag.

This interview has been condensed and edited.

Black Lives Matter organizers in the US and UK compare and contrast the global movement

Black Lives Matter organizers in the US and UK compare and contrast the global movement

The World's host Marco Werman speaks with Siana Bangura, an author, poet and organizer in London, and Miski Noor, an organizer and writer with Black Visions Collective in Minneapolis. They've each been organizing and pushing for changes to policing in their cities for years.

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Demonstrators participate in a Black Lives Matter protest following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis police custody, in London, Britain, June 13, 2020.

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From Minneapolis to London and across the globe, protests continue over racism, police brutality, inequality and injustice. 

To understand what activists see as a moment of global solidarity, The World’s host Marco Werman spoke with two of them.

Siana Bangura is an author, poet and organizer in London, and Miski Noor is an organizer and writer with Black Visions Collective in Minneapolis. They’ve each been pushing for changes to policing in their cities for years.

Related: Why many in public health support anti-racism protests — with some precautions amid coronavirus

Marco Werman: I would just like to know first, what have the past two to three weeks or so been like for both of you? Miski, what has it been like for you? 

Miski Noor: It’s been, you know, an incredibly painful time in Minneapolis, seeing our folks be attacked and being attacked ourselves by police and white supremacists, being overtaken by the National Guard and having so many of our community spaces burnt. What we’re trying to do is really build this city. We want justice for George Floyd, and we know justice isn’t enough. Which is why we’ve been saying that now is the time to defund the police and invest in the community. Right now, what I was doing before getting on with you is listening to the Minneapolis City Council vote to disband the police department, right? So it’s been hard, and it’s been incredibly transformational, and it’s been such a powerful, powerful thing to witness. 

Siana, London has seen what’s going on in the States in Minneapolis. What have you been feeling the last two or three weeks? 

Siana Bangura: Firstly, Miski, massive solidarity to you folks. So I just want to thank you for that. And in terms of how we are trying to express solidarity over here, this is a moment of reckoning. So in terms of how I’ve been feeling, I — you know, for the past two weeks I have been in a state of all sorts of emotions, quite frankly, which I think is fair to say for a lot of black people, if not the wider global community, the diaspora. Whatever happens in the US often, if not always, has a knock-on effect on the rest of us.

And I think, you know, I have been banging on for the longest time. This is just a fact of history that — let’s never forget that the UK is the belly of the beast. It’s the racist parents of the USA. And so in my country, people have a really big culture of deflection, of saying it’s not so bad here. “At least, you know, we’re not as bad as the USA.” And it’s like, where do you think they learn everything from right? And so we are now forcing people to take a really long, hard look in the mirror in this country. This particular time, if I may say, feels a little bit different. I do strongly feel that. We’ve never had this in the midst of a global pandemic where in the UK the black communities here have been disproportionately affected by the consequences of the COVID outbreak, right? And then you see that on top of that, in the same way that our siblings in the USA are also disproportionately wildly affected by the COVID outbreak. They are also — the police still have time to also kill you on top of that. And that is clearly unbearable. One big thing we’ve been doing is we’re saying, well, actually, this is a time to reckon with the fact that actually this country also has a prison-industrial complex and this country, also kills black people. So we stand in solidarity but want to you use this moment to also say actually, look in the mirror the UK, your history is disgusting. You’re not innocent either. 

Noor: Yes. I think something that gets lost very easily is the globalness of blackness, right? 

Bangura: Absolutely. 

Noor: And I think that, like, it’s really important to even name just the history of what the police is in this country and what they are intended to do. Right? So black communities are living in persistent fear of being killed by state authorities like the police. And so it’s happening in Minneapolis is not happening just all over the United States, but also all over the world. 

Related: Black Lives Matter protests renew parallel debates in Brazil, Colombia

So Miski and Siana, I don’t know if this is the first time since the killing of George Floyd that each of you has had the chance to be speaking across borders with another activist in another country about what’s happened since his death. But since you are both here now, what would you ask each other about where the movement goes next? Like, how do you see your work benefiting the other? 

Bangura: Oh, I love that question. These have been great. I’m just really enjoying hearing Miski talk because it just gives me — yeah, It just gives me all of hope. Like I said, we are looking towards the USA, but also we’re looking within ourselves and within our context. Because it’s really important to understand — there are so many similarities, but it’s not the same. And sometimes, in fact, often we get stuck on trying to do the exact same thing that’s happening in the USA here, and it doesn’t work because of the histories. But I guess a question I’m actually really interested in, Miski, is how are you making sure, I suppose, that you’re bringing the community along with you every step of the way and maintaining that trust and clear communication? I don’t know if that makes sense, but yeah.

Noor: I appreciate that question. Right, because it’s a moment of transformation. Right? We are not the same organization that we were two and a half weeks ago. And so it’s about looking outside of ourselves because it’s very easy for this moment for us to all of a sudden feel accountable to everybody and then let everybody down. Right? 

Bangura: Absolutely.

Noor: Yeah, so I think it’s about trying to not aim for perfection, but aim for integrity. 

Miski, as you talk about community-based focus in activism, I want to come back to something you both brought up a few minutes ago. There’s a recent history in the 60s and 70s of black activists in the US connecting globally with Pan-African movements, for example. Do either of you see that the full power of this movement right now is international, or is the center of gravity of organized activism right now at a much more local level dealing with local problems?  

Noor: Siana, you to go first?   

Bangura: Yeah, I think this is really, again, a really good question. And you know what my instinct immediately is, like, of course this is international. And I think the bottom line that we have to be internationalists about vision. But I think it’s not an either-or. And I think I’m trying really hard to make sure we don’t fall into binaries. On the one hand, we need to be thinking internationally, learning from what our siblings all over the globe are doing, because remember actually, we’re talking, you know specifically about the U.S. and the UK, but we know that the impact with George Floyd’s death has had ramifications across the globe. Right? We’ve seen lots of stuff going on. But that said, also, it’s really important now more than ever to be looking locally. 

Miski, your thoughts? 

Noor: Yeah. Yeah, yeah, yeah. I’m, like, you know, queer theory. Both and. Both and. You know?! Of course, we need all of it. I mean, we see ourselves responsible to a larger ecosystem of black organizing. Right. The fight’s going to look different on the ground. And our work is more powerful when we’re actually connected to each other. And I would be remiss if I didn’t mention that anti-blackness is global. right. And so it’s definitely both and. This is local and global. 

There’s so much more to discuss, and we’re going to keep on discussing it, but I just want to finally ask you both. I mean, personally, how hard is this? Like, how do you move forward? How do you find the energy to keep it sustainable? What’s your advice? 

Bangura: Oh gosh. [laughter] This is really hard because it’s been so emotional, so emotional. The first few days, weeks, I just felt the global grief and it was super duper heavy, like, on a personal level, and actually made it very difficult for me to be able to move forward. That said though, I feel like I’ve been like held by the people I’m organizing with and the wider community. And why I can see, although change is slow, but because I think this feels a little different to what we had before. It gives me hope. And I would like to say that, you know, although tearing down statues does not a revolution make. Right? But some of the things I’ve been seeing in the UK it’s just like — even, you know, some symbolic actions, it’s kind of lifted my mood. Like, I want to see more of that stuff, but also remember, that is the symbolism, but it’s the kind of thing I noticed it lifted my mood the minute I saw that. I like seeing the people be like, okay, we’re doing our thing, we’re actually going to be empowered. I also understand this is a lifelong mission, quite frankly. And I’ve signed up for the lifelong mission. So I think I understand it comes at the peaks and troughs. So it’s making sure that we all are clear that we’re in this for the long run. I think that actually is a healthy way to move forward. 

Miski, where do you find the energy?  

Noor: Siana’s answer is so hopeful. I’m like, do we have a choice? [laughter] You know, I mean, it’s incredibly painful to feel the individual grief and loss as a black person, knowing that this is how the system works and is intended to work. And then on top of that, trying to be organizing for the conditions in which this doesn’t happen. And so what’s really been fortifying me is, I think — you know, I’ve learned a lot of lessons over the last five years. I have some real lessons about what it means to take care of our nervous systems. What does it mean to not internalize that? What does it mean to allow myself to cry when I need to and process grief and feelings. To try to be inside a connection, to meditate. And I think, like, the community has really showed up, right, in helping me to actually be able to take care of myself. I think that joy and that the power and the winning and the engagement of my community and the excitement has given me a lot of life. And so I think all of the change — you know, Octavia Butler says, “God is change.” All of that has been also really fortifying. 

This interview has been edited and condensed for clarity.

Sally Klein O’connor – A Savior Is Born Lyrics

In the darkness before morn
The Light of the world was born
In a broken battered barn
The Father revealed His heart

And while the world lay sleeping
In blankets and dreams
Shepherds saw
What wise men had foreseen

Glory to God in the highest
Rejoice my friend(s)
Good will toward all men/God’s mercy descends

A Savior is born/The Lord of Love has come
In Bethlehem/For the hearts of men

As seasons come and go
Sometimes I feel empty and old
Then Your whisper comes to me
The Spirit will set you free

My heart becomes a stable
Hallowed dark and worn
When I bend my knees
I look up to see
Love is born

Night Flight Orchestra – Golden Swansdown Lyrics

I never meant for this to happen
Ain’t it strange how worlds collide
But I knew that very moment
She was something I never would survive
Forces of nature that can’t be denied

I had watched her from a distance
Starry eyes and silver hands
Never thoughts she’d ever notice
Guess I’m blaming magic and circumstance
I’ll just surrender and leave it to chance

Covered in golden swansdown
Gently, she stole my heart
Covered in golden swansdown
She knew I was losing right from the start

I never meant for this to happen
But I dreamt from time to time

That I’d find a way to see her
Just so I could leave all those dreams behind
Duly accepting she’d never be mine

Covered in golden swansdown
Gently, she stole my heart
Covered in golden swansdown
She knew I was losing right from the start

There’s a light still radiating out of her
Although she is sweetly unaware
As I know I’ll never find the proper words
I’ll embrace the silence that we share

Covered in golden swansdown
Gently, she stole my heart
Covered in golden swansdown
She knew I was losing right from the start

Beatking – Then Leave Lyrics (feat. Queendome Come)

[Intro]
(Why your face so ugly?)

[Chorus: Queendome Come]
Like Club God say, throw that ass, poke it out
I ain’t gay, but I’ll let a bitch eat me out, yeah
Bad bitch, and my bitches too
Take all these niggas’ money what we finsta do (Man, BeatKing)
Then leave, then leave
Get that bread, get that head, then leave
Then leave, bitch, then leave
Get that bread, get that head, then leave, peace out

[Verse 1: BeatKing]
Ayy, Club Godzilla, I ain’t trickin’, I’m just dickin’ bitches down
Head down, pop that, pop that, pop that p*ssy to the ground
She a freak ho, I put her on the team
If you keep your p*ssy clean, then scream
Nah, I can’t give a ho nothin’, I can’t give a ho nothin’ (Nope)
If she got good head, I’ll buy her a Sonic slushie, but I can’t give her no money (Ooh)
Throw it back like a pro, bitch (Yeah)
Pop that p*ssy like a four-fifth (Hold up)
Get that bag, middle fingers up to a broke bitch (Skrrt)

[Chorus: Queendome Come & BeatKing]
Like Club God say, throw that ass, poke it out (Club God)
I ain’t gay, but I’ll let a bitch eat me out, yeah
Bad bitch, and my bitches too
Take all these niggas’ money what we finsta do
Then leave, then leave

Get that bread, get that head, then leave
Then leave, bitch, then leave
Get that bread, get that head, then leave (Yeah), peace out (Yeah, yeah)

[Verse 2: BeatKing]
Head down, ass up when I hit that
Toss, give her to my partner, he gon’ flip that
Club Godzilla, ain’t nobody triller
Pull up in a Bentley, this probably where your bitch at
Yeah, every time she eat the dick, I sit back
Then when you ask about it, she be lyin’
Ayy, if you a broke bitch, be quiet
Uh, uh
Nah, I can’t give a ho nothin’, I can’t give a ho nothin’ (Nope)
If she got good head, I’ll buy her a Whataburger, but I can’t give her no money (Ayy)
Club God, I hang with strippers
My homegirl, she bring me bitches
She want the D ’cause I’m swangin’ Bentley
And that banger with me, hold up

[Chorus: Queendome Come]
Like Club God say, throw that ass, poke it out
I ain’t gay, but I’ll let a bitch eat me out, yeah
Bad bitch, and my bitches too
Take all these niggas’ money what we finsta do
Then leave, then leave
Get that bread, get that head, then leave
Then leave, bitch, then leave
Get that bread, get that head, then leave, peace out

Ashley Mcbryde – One Night Standards Lyrics

I ain’t gonna stay for the weekend
I ain’t gonna jump off the deep end
I ain’t gonna ask where your ring is
Thing is, we all got secrets

You don’t wanna hear about my last break up
I don’t wanna worry ’bout space you take up
I don’t even care if you’re here when I wake up

It’s just a room key
You ain’t gotta lie to me
Can’t you just use me like I’m using you?
How it goes is, bar closes
There’s no king bed covered in roses
Just a room without a view

I don’t want a number, you ain’t gonna answer
Let’s just stick to the one night standards

Well, I ain’t Cinderella either, but who is?
Call me what you want if the shoe fits
I ain’t gonna say I never do this, ’cause truth is
Lonely makes a heart ruthless

Ain’t nobody gonna hurt nobody

Ain’t nothing wrong with needing somebody
You can leave all that
Down in the lobby

It’s just a room key
You ain’t gotta lie to me
Can’t you just use me like I’m using you?
How it goes is, bar closes
There’s no king bed covered in roses
Just a room without a view

No, I don’t want a number, you ain’t gonna answer
Let’s just stick to the one night standards

Well how it goes is, bar closes
There’s no king bed covered in roses
Just a room without a view

No, I don’t give a damn about the morning after
Bottles on the floor, don’t even matter
I don’t want a number, you ain’t gonna answer
Let’s just stick to the one night standards
The one night standards
The one night standards

Baekhyun – Candy Lyrics

[Romanized:]

Honey ajikdo gominhae?
Geurae neon josimseureopge
Sugar, spice garyeoboneunde
Jonjunghae geu appetite
Omyohan i tensyeon
Nado silchi ana
Any time, no limits
Jugo sipeo
Something something original
Nal seontaekagil jamsi gidaryeotji

Teukbyeolhan naega doelge
Soni ga soni gage
Naege jungdokdoel tende
Kkadaroun neodo

Girl I’m your candy
Giga makin chemistry
Eoreunseureoun sinamon
Jom utgineun minteu mwol deo wonhae
Got me feeling like
Pop rocks, strawberry, bubble gum
Jumeoni sok hyanggi neomchimyeon
All I want is you my love, candy
Neon gibun joajil tende
Tell me what you’re waiting for

Honja inneun kamkamhan sangja sok
Jogeumssik nan geumi gabeoriji
Geureon saenggakdeul toesaekdoeneun flavor
Neon ara?
I say tumyeonghago dansunhago sipeo
Neoegeman nareul matchwogago sipeo
I’ll give you something original
Neon bokjapan saramin geol anikka

Mwoga neol utge hani
Geuge nayeosseumyeon hae
Uulhaehaji ma babe
One wish nega yeoreojwo

Girl I’m your candy
Giga makin chemistry
Eoreunseureoun sinamon
Jom utgineun minteu mwol deo wonhae
Got me feeling like
Pop rocks, strawberry, bubble gum
Jumeoni sok hyanggi neomchimyeon
All I want is you my love, candy
Neon gibun joajil tende
Tell me what you’re waiting for

Badajullae invitation
Ne soneun dagawa isseo
Geu cheoneul neukkyeo
Saljjak nogeul jeongdoman
Girl I’m your candy
Jomajomahan sigan
Don’t you let me down
Nan neo anin dareun seontaegiran eopjana

Girl I can’t wait anymore
Ne yeope naega itge

Girl I’m your candy
Giga makin chemistry
Eoreunseureoun sinamon
Jom utgineun minteu mwol deo wonhae
Got me feeling like
Pop rocks, strawberry, bubble gum
Jumeoni sok hyanggi neomchimyeon
All I want is you my love, candy
Neon gibun joajil tende
Tell me what you’re waiting for

Tell me what you’re waiting for

[Korean:]

Honey 아직도 고민해?
그래 넌 조심스럽게

Sugar, spice 가려보는데
존중해 그 appetite
오묘한 이 텐션
나도 싫지 않아
Any time, no limits
주고 싶어
Something something original
날 선택하길 잠시 기다렸지

특별한 내가 될게
손이 가 손이 가게
내게 중독될 텐데
까다로운 너도

Girl I’m your candy
기가 막힌 chemistry
어른스러운 시나몬
좀 웃기는 민트 뭘 더 원해
Got me feeling like
Pop rocks, strawberry, bubble gum
주머니 속 향기 넘치면
All I want is you my love, candy
넌 기분 좋아질 텐데
Tell me what you’re waiting for

혼자 있는 캄캄한 상자 속
조금씩 난 금이 가버리지
그런 생각들 퇴색되는 flavor
넌 알아?
I say 투명하고 단순하고 싶어
너에게만 나를 맞춰가고 싶어
I’ll give you something original
넌 복잡한 사람인 걸 아니까

뭐가 널 웃게 하니
그게 나였으면 해
우울해하지 마 babe
One wish 네가 열어줘

Girl I’m your candy
기가 막힌 chemistry
어른스러운 시나몬
좀 웃기는 민트 뭘 더 원해
Got me feeling like
Pop rocks, strawberry, bubble gum
주머니 속 향기 넘치면
All I want is you my love, candy
넌 기분 좋아질 텐데
Tell me what you’re waiting for

받아줄래 invitation
네 손은 다가와 있어
그 체온을 느껴
살짝 녹을 정도만
Girl I’m your candy
조마조마한 시간
Don’t you let me down
난 너 아닌 다른 선택이란 없잖아

Girl I can’t wait anymore
네 옆에 내가 있게

Girl I’m your candy
기가 막힌 chemistry
어른스러운 시나몬
좀 웃기는 민트 뭘 더 원해
Got me feeling like
Pop rocks, strawberry, bubble gum
주머니 속 향기 넘치면
All I want is you my love, candy
넌 기분 좋아질 텐데
Tell me what you’re waiting for

Tell me what you’re waiting for

Ocean Siagian – Ekspektasi Lyrics (feat. Okin)

[Lirik “Ekspektasi”]

[Verse 1]
Kisah ini berawal dari instagram
Dan kita saling mengenal lebih dalam
Rasanya ingin ku membawa dia
Dari dunia maya ke dunia nyata

[Chorus]
Kisah ini gila ku t’lah jatuh cinta dengannya
Dalam dunia fana dan belum bertemu dengannya
Namun hati ini sudah terlanjur jatuh cinta
Ku tak sabar lagi untuk bertemu dengan dia

[Verse 2]
Jarak dan waktu takkan jadi halangan
Sang pangeran datang dari kejauhan

Tibalah saat ku bertemu dia
Terbayang indahnya, raut wajahnya

[Interlude]
Wadaw

[Chorus]
Foto postingannya dengan yang aslinya berbeda
Memang dunia maya tak seindah realitanya
Namun hati ini sudah terlanjur jatuh cinta
Cinta memang tak bisa diukur oleh rupa

Kisah ini gila ku t’lah jatuh cinta dengannya
Dalam dunia fana dan belum bertemu dengannya
Namun hati ini sudah terlanjur jatuh cinta

Secret Number – Who Dis? Lyrics

[Intro: All, Jinny]
Who dis?
Hello? Hello? Who dis?
Who dis?

[Verse 1: Dita, Soodam, Denise]
어딜 가나 다들 내가 젤 궁금하죠
Who is this? who is this?
이리저리 둘러봐도 가장 눈부셔
Who is this? Who is this? Yeah
따라오는 시선 눈을 못 떼 (Who?)
어머 bling bling 빛이 난대 (Who?)
마치 어느 순간 leap of faith
홀린 듯 빠져 느껴 tension

[Pre-Chorus: Léa, Jinny, Soodam, All]
Sometimes I feel like that
심장이 뜨겁게 타오르는 느낌
날아갈 것만 같아, ooh-ah-ah-I
I’m gonna be a star
웃음 뒤 가려진 강렬한 energy
깊어져 don’t be surprised
Oh 아찔하게 보여줘
Who dis?

[Chorus: Denise, Dita, All]
난 이대로 너무 좋은걸 바꾸려 들지 마
내 스타일대로 살아 (Who dis?)
당당한 내 매력에 이미 넌 빠져들어 baby
Oh 아찔하게 보여줘
Who dis?

[Post-Chorus: Jinny, All]
뭘 원해, stranger? I’m not a danger
이런들 어떠니? (Who dis?)
I don’t even care, I’ll be the good girl
Baby it’s that easy (Who dis?)
뭘 원해, stranger? I’m not a danger
이런들 어떠니? (Who dis?)
I don’t even care, I’ll be the good girl
Baby it’s that easy (Who dis?)

[Verse 2: Dita, Soodam, Denise]
Do you know me? 빠져들 수밖에 없는걸
Who is this? Who is this?
향수보단 샴푸 향기 뭔가 다른걸
Who is this? Who is this? Yeah (Oh, oh, oh, oh yeah)
순간 쏟아지는 line of sight (Who?)
사람들의 시선 신경 안 써 (Who?)
엄만 왜 이렇게 날 예쁘게
낳아서 곤란해 I’m so tired

[Pre-Chorus: Léa, Jinny, Soodam, All]
Sometimes I feel like that
심장이 뜨겁게 타오르는 느낌
날아갈 것만 같아, ooh-ah-ah-I
I’m gonna be a star
웃음 뒤 가려진 강렬한 energy
깊어져 don’t be surprised
Oh 아찔하게 보여줘
Who dis?

[Chorus: Denise, Dita, All]
난 이대로 너무 좋은걸 바꾸려 들지 마

내 스타일대로 살아 (Who dis?)
당당한 내 매력에 이미 넌 빠져들어 baby
Oh 아찔하게 보여줘
Who dis?

[Post-Chorus: Jinny]
Who dis? Who dis?
Who dis, dis, dis, dis, who dis? (Who dis?)

[Verse 3 Jinny, Denise]
Yeah it’s that easy, boy
어차피 내게 끌릴걸
내 식대로 chic 하게 굴어도
내게 빠져들잖아
Who, who dis?

[Chorus: Denise, Dita, All]
(Who dis?) 내 맘대로 내 느낌대로
누가 뭐라 해도 난 신경 쓰지 않아 (Who dis?)
당당한 내 매력에 이미 넌 빠져들어 baby
Oh 아찔하게 보여줘
Who dis?

[Post-Chorus: Jinny, All]
뭘 원해, stranger? I’m not a danger
이런들 어떠니 (Who dis?)
I don’t even care, I’ll be the good girl
Baby it’s that easy (Who dis?)
뭘 원해, stranger? I’m not a danger
이런들 어떠니 (Who dis?)
I don’t even care, I’ll be the good girl
Baby it’s that easy (Who dis?)

A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie – Bleed Lyrics

[Verse 1]
I don’t need love, that shit is so, so petty
Don’t you go tweet about it, we could speak about it if you really, really with me
[?] bein’ in the gas stations, in the CVSs gettin’ gifties, yeah
And if you really my nigga
Word to mother, we gon’ split it fifty-fifty, yeah
They call me a SoundCloud boy
They stealin’ my sound now, boy
I feel like I’m really the king in my city
I got the crown now, boy
Two .38s on the side of me, lookin’ like a cowboy, yeah
Niggas be actin’ like bitches, I might as well just call you tomboys
Don’t play with me, .38 on me and I’m feelin’ so, so special
Niggas is lucky I’m busy gettin’ money ’cause I really could’ve left you
Pull up in my hoodie on the scene, so, so scary
I probably got more Mike Amiri jeans than Mike Amiri
Yeah, beasty, used to lurk in the bushes
Now when I open my eyes I look in the sky, hopin’ I make it to Heaven
You can have family ties, all rats gotta die
You can still be a dub if you tellin’
And even if it was my cousin, it is a dub
f*ck it, just knock off his melon

[Chorus]
I swear I don’t need love, that shit is so, so petty
Don’t you go tweet about it, we could speak about it if you really, really with me
Pull up in my hoodie on the scene, so, so scary
Probably got more Mike Amiri jeans than Mike Amiri

[Verse 2]
Heard they wanna catch me lackin’, oh, please
Yeah, they don’t know I’m really odee
Niggas rattin’, eatin’ on cheese
Just free the real until they all free
Hoodie on, rockin’ long sleeves, uh, uh
Richard Mille make my wrist bleed, mmm, mmm
Lamborghini car keys, vroom, vroom

I don’t know why they actin’ like they G’d up, hmm, mmm
Wipe a nigga nose like he sneezin’, hmm, mmm
Go to Elliot for Aquafina, huh, uh
Chain lookin’ like a hockey puck, hmm, like a freezer, hmm
You told me never say never
Then you told me you would never get me set up (Yeah)
But love is a set-up already
Should have said “I love you” to a Bentley (Mmm)
I know niggas that ain’t even graduate can’t leave the country, they felons already
But f*ck it, at least they know better
Any nigga could tell ain’t no tellin’
I done seen niggas tell on they brother, them niggas was there for you when you were strugglin’
I done seen niggas love on they bitch and go kiss her and hug her right after she suckin’ dick
And you gotta watch out for niggas that’s watchin’ your money, watch who you get money with
And don’t you compete with your own gang, no, don’t you go be on no funny shit
‘Cause niggas will tell on they whole gang ’cause they was jealous, so jealous, yeah
I was addicted to Balmain, I did every Amiri denim (Yeah)
I’m not a regular person, I threw away all my Margielas (Yeah)
Got a closet with nothing but fly shit, trendsetter from my hat to my sweater, yeah, yeah

[Chorus]
I swear I don’t need love, that shit is so, so petty
Don’t you go tweet about it, we could speak about it if you really, really with me
Pull up in my hoodie on the scene, so, so scary
Probably got more Mike Amiri jeans than Mike Amiri

[Outro]
Hoodie on, rockin’ long sleeves, uh, uh
Richard Mille make my wrist bleed, uh, uh
Lamborghini car keys, vroom vroom

Nappy Roots – Blind Faith Lyrics

[Skinny Deville:]
What’s the end result
If I get it how I live, what happens to my soul?
I can’t look back, or I’m a turn to salt
Yesterday is in the past, today’s not my fault

I’m speaking to myself, thinking positive thoughts
Stay focused on the dollar, keep my eye on the law
I’m riding til the wheels fall, engine and all
Wishing for a better day, I guess my timing is off

Looking for a sign, I can tell that I’m lost
Please Lord save my soul, like I’m nailed to the cross
I can’t take it anymore, as I yell to the boss
Motherf*ck this 9 to 5, no matter the cost

I’m a get it how I live, like I started this verse
I know death is for certain, but not trying is worse
Rent’s due on the 1st, and I already paid
Enough dues for a lifetime, sorry I’m late

[Lando Ameen:]
I’m runnin’
I ain’t got faith anymore
Don’t have no love any more
I have no patience

I’m runnin’
And I can’t take it no more
My faith I’ve known for so long
Tired of waitin’
I’m runnin’

[Fish Scales:]
Like a quarterback sneak
Unexpectedly I creep
Live a life wit no peaks
Same life wit no grief
Take it all as it comes
No joy or pain just numb
Where I’m from is way beyond
Face calm, As-Salaam
We won’t be here for long
We Prolong what’s to come
Ain’t no god over them hills right
Try telling that to them Israelites
Or a mother crying on the waiting floor
Whats your savior really waiting for?
What the hell he made Satan for
Pops ashamed I won’t say no more

Life is good if you living
Everybody save the children
Every cop should hate the killings
They say God’s good I say really
Waking up in a cold sweat
Every morning I’m like oh shit
Demons steady trying to push a nigga
Trying to make me lose my focus

[Lando Ameen:]
I’m runnin’
I ain’t got faith anymore
Don’t have no love any more
I have no patience

I’m runnin’
And I can’t take it no more
My faith I’ve known for so long
Tired of waitin’
I’m runnin’

[Buffalo Stille:]
Jesus ain’t the only way, but for those who think that he’s the one
It’s better to have the faith, of a mustard seed than none
I thank God everyday, Yahweh woke me up to see the sun
Keep Him as yo Co-pilot, don’t let religion steer u wrong

Vocals on these ghetto Psalms
Hoping heaven hear my songs
Dope is meltin’ in my palms
I done blacked out several times
Choking in the devils arms

At best it’s Iffy
50/50 yes it’s tricky
I’ll confess like reverend run
Guess we’ll all find out at once
When everything is said and done
Until then we just having fun
Sure sometimes we succumb
Still more signs yet to come
We just blind def and dumb we must have sex to cum
Going nowhere fast, catch the run

[Lando Ameen:]
I’m runnin’
I ain’t got faith anymore
Don’t have no love any more
I have no patience

I’m runnin’
And I can’t take it no more
My faith ignored for so long
Tired of waitin’
I’m runnin’

Showaddywaddy – Rollercoaster Lyrics

Alright, we’re gonna take bit of a trip down the road to Palisades Park

We’re gonna get you rock ‘n’ rollin’

I want you to have yourselves a good time
Come on and let yourself go
Down the road that lead us to the bright lights
[?]

Roll-rollercoaster, come on, take a ride
Roll-rollercoaster, make for the sky
Roll-rollercoaster, come on, take a ride
Let’s take the next ride, we’ll make the sky

Get on your coat, let’s ride

Down the road to Palisades
I get my car [?]

Roll-rollercoaster, come on, take a ride
Roll-rollercoaster, make for the sky
Roll-rollercoaster, come on, take a ride
Let’s take the next ride, we’ll make the sky

Roll-rollercoaster, come on, take a ride
Roll-rollercoaster, make for the sky
Roll-rollercoaster, come on, take a ride
Roll-rollercoaster, come on, take a ride
Roll-rollercoaster, come on, take a ride

Eugene Mcguinness – High Score Lyrics

Bravo, Encore
all the ravers are still raving
Game over, High scare
so type your name in
A perfume scented centipede
We walk the same streets at the same speed.

Dead as a doornail emmersed in flame.
I was in no state to call
and it burns a hole in my heart
in my heart

A ladder falls
Just as i walk under
A black cat dies
are these drivers getting younger,
like a sequal to another teen horror movie,
but no blood is shed during the killers soliloquy.

Dead as a doornail and dirt of a grave,
I wasn’t fit to call
and the worms ate a hole in my heart

in my heart

I’ve been high as a kite
but never the floor
and the pupperteer holds on tight everytime the wind
blows me,
and i wouldn’t come to close you might catch a cold,
and the one remaining skill as the blowing ball rolls
as the bowling ball rolls

(ahhh)

Dead asa doornail emmersed in flame,
i was in no state to call.

(cheering)

Bravo, Encore
all the ravers are still raving
Game over, High score
so type your name in
A perfume scented centipede
we walk the same streets at the same speed.

Kraftwerk – Abzug Lyrics

Trans-Europe Express
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Brantley Gilbert – Baby Be Crazy Lyrics

[Verse 1]
Well, you know they say
They say that I’m a rollin’ stone
Girl, that boy’s a dead end road
Yeah, you’re better off alone
And I know I can’t say
Girl, I can’t say they’re wrong
I’m pretty set in my ways
But maybe it’s time that changed
And all you wanna know is
What’s it gonna take

[Chorus]
You’d have to be crazy to love me
Oh, but I wish you would
You’d have to be outta your mind
But deep inside, I think you could
Be the only chance in hell to save me from myself
So come on save me, oh yeah
Baby, be crazy

[Verse 2]
I know you say
You say you’re gonna hang on
To this train wreck, baby
So you think you’re that strong
Deep down, what I want
I want you to tie me down

I want so bad to trust you
Baby, don’t burn me now
All we can do is try
I ain’t tryin’ to say goodbye

[Chorus]
You’d have to be crazy to love me
Oh, but I wish you would
You’d have to be outta your mind
But deep inside, I think you could
Be the only chance in hell to save me from myself
So come on save me, oh yeah
Baby, be crazy

Yeah, oh

You’d have to be crazy to love me
Oh, but I wish you would
You’d have to be outta your damn mind
But deep inside, I think you could
Be the only chance in hell to save me from myself
So come on save me
Yeah baby, c’mon save me, yeah
Baby, be crazy
Baby, be crazy
Oh baby, be crazy
Yeah, oh

Liam Frost – Your Hand In Mine Lyrics

Danger not too far from here
So when you take, take your steps with conviction
I wasn’t blessed with a lack of affliction
Don’t bring your cautions to my door
You’re like a damsel in chains on the track
Praying for a train going nowhere fast

She holds the door as thunderstorms
Shook right through my spine
And blood runs from my tongue again
She cuts me every time

We’re frozen as we stand here
I’m gonna give him false validiction
Write my life not as fact, but as fiction
It’s no small feat to say that
I read each book from its end to beginning
And when I’m good, I’m only good at sinning

A fever in my fingertips

Shook right through my spine
And blood runs from my tongue again
She cuts me every time

So scream it out at the top of your lungs now
Is it such a thing that feels so divine
Ah there’s no one, not even the devil can stop me
And that’s the feeling I get with your hand in mine

A fever in my fingertips
Shook right through my spine
And blood runs from my tongue again
She cuts me every time

So scream it out at the top of your lungs now
Well it’s such a thing that feels so divine
Oh and there’s no one, not even the devil can stop me
And that’s the feeling I get with your hand in mine

Aldo Nova – Bright Lights Lyrics

A small town boy with a big time dream
Jimmy was a bonified rocking machine
He said one day I’m going to show the world
Exactly what I’ve got

He took a pull out sixteen and made a deal
For an iron horse and rocking steel
and then he hit the highway
He ain’t turning back no more
Let it ride

First gear, he’s off and running
Second gear, can you feel it coming
Catch the wind and ride, to heaven

Bright lights, big city
I’ve got a six-string up
So I’m down and dirty
I’m gonna rock a little bit
shake a little bit
Well I’ve got a dream and it just won’t quit

Bright lights (bright lights), big city (big city)
And here I come and you better get ready
Cause moving up loving it feeling alive
Get on the world and ride
Gonna make it to the other side

Jackie was just a small town girl
When she really lived in another world
One where she was a queen just like you know her gene

So she packed her bags and she said goodbye
Little boy called Jimmy hitched a ride
and together they rode off to the thrills of Hollywood

Let it ride

First gear, they’re off and running
Second gear, can you feel it coming
Catch the wind and ride, to heaven

Bright lights, big city
I’m heading out to the big time don’t you worry
I cry a little bit, laugh a little bit
Cause we got a dream and it just won’t quit

Bright lights (bright lights), big city (big city)
What we find might not be pretty
But we’re moving up, loving it, feeling alive
Get on the world and ride to make it to the other side

Bright lights, bright lights, bright lights…

First gear, that’s right
Catch the wind and ride, to heaven

Bright lights (bright lights), big city (big city)
What you find might not be pretty
So you cry a little bit, laugh a little bit
Only you got a dream you just don’t quit

Bright lights (bright lights), big city (big city)
You gotta move like a freight train slow and steady
But you moving up, loving it, feeling alive
Get on the world and ride to make it to the other side

You got to find the bright lights

Boomdabash & Alessandra Amoroso – Karaoke Lyrics

[Testo di “Karaoke”]

[Strofa 1: Boomdabash]
Voglio l’aria di mare
Il sole sulla faccia
Tornerò a cantare sotto al suo balcone
Quando lei si affaccia
Questa notte finisce che facciamo tardi
E torniamo a casa a piedi
Tu baciami forte per tutte le volte
Che non hai potuto ieri

[Ritornello: Amoroso]
Il suono delle tue risate
Il primo giorno di una nuova estate
Ho voglia di fare tardi la sera
Karaoke Guantanamera

Voglia di ballare un reggae in spiaggia
Voglia di riaverti qui tra le mie braccia
In una piazza piena
Per fare tutto quello che non si poteva

(ah ah ah ah ah ah)
(ah ah ah ah ah ah)
(ah ah ah ah ah ah)
Karaoke Guantanamera

[Strofa 2: Boomdabash]
Giuro
Con te sono stato sincero
Stavolta facciamo sul serio
Qui invece mi sento
Come lu sole, lu mare, lu viento

Tu ridi che poi mi innamoro davvero
Tu sei tutto ciò che volevo
Stanotte facciamo tardissimo
La luna lassù

[Ritornello: Amoroso]
Il suono delle tue risate
Il primo giorno di una nuova estate
Ho voglia di fare tardi la sera
Karaoke Guantanamera

[Refrain, outro: Amoroso]
E non vale
Se mi stringi così e non mi lasci andare
Tu ricorda se grido e il cielo mi ascolta
Del resto cosa ci importa
Non chiedermi un’altra volta

Se ho voglia di ballare
Un reggae in spiaggia
Voglia di riaverti
Qui tra le mie braccia
In una piazza piena
Per fare tutto quello che non si poteva

Ho voglia di
(ah ah ah ah ah ah)
Ho voglia di
(ah ah ah ah ah ah)
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Usher – California Lyrics (feat. Tyga)

[Usher:]
Yeah, ayy, ayy, ayy
They done opened Atlanta
I ain’t goin’ out, though (Yeah)
Usher, Usher, Usher

It’s been a while now, hope you don’t hate me
Ain’t been on beast mode, I been in the house down south goin’ crazy
Ain’t been droppin’ pins like I used to
Ain’t been on savage like I’m used to
Not really tryna say it, but I miss you lately (I miss you)
Wish you was on my time, wish you was by my side (My side)
We be gettin’ lit right now, sippin’ D’USSÉ right now
Babe, can you forgive me? Stuck in the city
But if we wasn’t locked down right now, we be turnin’ up right now

How they doin’ it in California?
Wanna change the scene, lemme come and join ya
Stretched out at the Hotel California
Girl, I’m tryna meet, I’ma pull up on ya
How’s the view from California?
I’m on my way to come and join ya
Stretched out at the Hotel California
If you’re tryna see me, I’ma pull up on ya

[Tyga:]
Ayy, I’ma drop my top and pop the trunk (Pop it)
Gotta watch for the paps and PopAlert (Pop her)
Sit you in a Rolls-Royce, I got the truck (Yuh)
I’m the man of my city, they show me love (Show me love)
Let me speed things up and glitch you up (Uh)

When you see me with my shawty, don’t interrupt (Nope)
Palm trees in the back, that’s for good luck (Yuh)
Laid til’ the sunset, you tearin’ it up (Ha)
Got a question: can I make you mine?
Can I take you courtside to see LeBron?
Can I put you in a condo in the sky?
Can I put your necklace on wintertime
Man, I got a lot ridin’ on my line
And I got a lot of money on my mind (Yeah)
Maybe we can go for it, fly you from the south for it
When they open up, I’ma show you how they

[Usher (Tyga):]
How they doin’ in California (Yeah)
Wanna change the scene, lemme come and join ya
Stretched out at the Hotel California
Girl, I’m tryna meet, I’ma pull up on ya
I’ma pull up

[Usher:]
Wish you was on my time, wishin’ you was by my side (My side)
We be gettin’ lit right now, sippin’ D’USSÉ right now
Babe, can you forgive me? I’m in between cities (Ooh yeah)
If we wasn’t locked down right now, we be lockin’ up right now (Aye!)

Pull up, yeah, yeah, yeah, pull up
How’s the view from California?
Pull up, pull up, yeah, gotta pull up, pull up
Pull up, pull up, pull up, I’ma pull up

Raphael Lake – Another Wave Lyrics

Almost the weekend
Putting in these hours every day
I’ll be getting what I’m seeking
B line to the top, I’m on my way
You should’ve figured it out by now
I’m here for the long run, won’t back down
I’m doing me
You’re gonna see

Know your role
’cause I know mine
If you’re sleeping on me
I wouldn’t advise
Blazed my path a long, long time ago
Making really big moves
Sending haters right out the door

[Chorus]
All this magic in the air
Got me on another wave
Keep up with me if you dare
Get this money, set the pace
I’m on a roll
Already know
Which way to go
All this magic in the air
Got me on another wave

Hate it or love it
Secured my place
I’m here to stay
Climbing like it’s nothing
I came for it all, no time to play
So many blessings, losing count
Light shining from the inside out
I’m doing me
You’re gonna see

Know your role
’cause I know mine
If you’re sleeping on me
I wouldn’t advise
Blazed my path a long, long time ago

Making really big moves
Sending haters right out the door

[Chorus]
All this magic in the air
Got me on another wave
Keep up with me if you dare
Get this money, set the pace
I’m on a roll
Already know
Which way to go
All this magic in the air
Got me on another wave

Don’t wait until it’s too late
Don’t wait until it’s too late
Your in control of your fate
So don’t wait until it’s too late
(so don’t wait until it’s too late)

[Chorus]
All this magic in the air
Got me on another wave
Keep up with me if you dare
Get this money, set the pace
I’m on a roll
Already know
Which way to go
All this magic in the air
Got me on another wave

Oh, oh
Don’t wait until it’s too late
(got me on another wave)
Don’t wait until it’s too late
(that money, set the pace)
You’re in control of your fate
(got me on another wave)
So don’t wait until it’s too late
(so don’t wait until it’s too late)

Everybody Loves An Outlaw – I See Red Lyrics

Did you really think, I’d just forgive and forget, no
After catching you with her, your blood should run cold, so cold
You, you two-timing, cheap lying wannabe
You’re a fool, if you thought that I’d just let this go

I see red, red, oh red
A gun to your head, head, to your head
Now all I see is red, red, red

Did you really just say, she didn’t mean anything, oh
I’ll remember those words, when I come for your soul, your soul
Know that you, you dug your own grave, now lie in it
You’re so cruel, but revenge is a dish best served cold

I see red, red, oh red
A gun to your head, head, to your head, oh
Executioner style, and there won’t be no trial
Don’t you know that you better off dead
All I see is red, red, oh red
Now all I see is

Run, hide
Oh, you’re so done
You better sleep with one eye open tonight

I see red, red, oh red, oh
Got gun to your head, head, to your head, oh
Executioner style, and there won’t be no trial
Don’t you know that you better off dead
All I see is red, red, oh red
Now all I see is red, red

Matt Pond – Human Beings Lyrics

Come on you animal
We can make it right
You lost your mind
You’ve lost your friends
Well that’s just lying
Come on you animal
There’s no time to hide
I’m on the subway ride
We’ll live a million lives
Cause your legs still run
Enough to jump the gates
It’s a breathless race
We’ll still make our escape
In your wildest dreams
The depths of evening
You have to believe in
The human beings

I see you
And I know you can see me back
I see you
And I know you can see me back

Come on you animal
Day follows the night

You lost your keys
You lost your mind
But that’s just life
Cause your legs might sway
The green boy’s ring
And I’ve got your hand
You hold on instead

In your wildest dreams
The depths of evening
You have to believe in
The human beings

In your wildest dreams
The depths of evening
You have to believe in
The human beings

In the spring we’ll take back Brooklyn
We’ll remind them of our minds
In the spring we’ll take back Brooklyn
We’ll remind them of our pale blue minds

Rascal Flatts – Through The Years Lyrics

[Verse 1]
I can’t remember when you weren’t there
When I didn’t care for anyone but you
I swear we’ve been through everything there is
Can’t imagine anything we’ve missed
Can’t imagine anything the two of us can’t do

[Chorus]
Through the years, you’ve never let me down
You turned my life around, the sweetest days I’ve found
I’ve found with you… through the years
I’ve never been afraid, I’ve loved the life we’ve made
And I’m so glad I’ve stayed, right here with you
Through the years

[Verse 2]
I can’t remember what I used to do
Who I trusted, whom I listened to before
I swear you’ve taught me everything I know
Can’t imagine needing someone so
But through the years it seems to me
I need you more and more
Through the years, through all the good and bad

I knew how much we had, I’ve always been so glad
To be with you … through the years
It’s better every day, you’ve kissed my tears away
As long as it’s okay, I’ll stay with you
Through the years
Through the years, when everything went wrong
Together we were strong, I know that I belonged
Right here with you… through the years
I never had a doubt, we’d always work things out
I’ve learned what love’s about, by loving you
Through the years

[Chorus]
Through the years, you’ve never let me down
You’ve turned my life around, the sweetest days I’ve found
I’ve found with you … through the years
It’s better every day, you’ve kissed my tears away
As long as it’s okay, I’ll stay with you
Through the years!

Ween – Hot For Teacher Lyrics

Oh, wow, man, I said
Wait a second, man
What do you think the teacher’s gonna look like this year?
f*ck man!

Uh!
Oh yeah!

T-T-teacher stop that screamin’
Teacher don’t you see?
Don’t wanna be no uptown fool
Maybe I should go to hell
But I am doing well
Teacher needs to see me after school

I think of all the education that I’ve missed
But then my homework was never quite like this!

Ow! Got it bad
Got it bad
Got it bad
I’m hot for teacher!
I’ve got it bad, so bad
I’m hot for teacher!

Hey, I heard you missed us
We’re back! (Hey!)
I brought my pencil
Give me something to write on, man!
Whoa

Uh!

Ooo-oo-ooo

I heard about your lessons

But lessons are so cold
I didn’t know about this school
Little girl from Cherry Lawn
How can you be so bold?
How did you know that golden rule?

I think of all the education that I’ve missed
But then my homework was never quite like this!

Whoa! Got it bad
Got it bad
Got it bad
I’m hot for teacher!
I’ve got it bad, so bad
I’m hot for teacher!

Whoa!
(Guitar Solo)

Oh man, I think the clock is slow
(What are you doin’ this weekend?) I don’t feel tardy
Class dismissed!
Ooh-yeah!

I’ve got it bad
Got it bad
Got it bad
I’m hot for teacher!

Whoa!
Oh! Ooh, yes I’m hot
Wow!

Whoa!
Oh! Ooh, yes I’m hot
Wow!

Oh my God!
Woo!

Brantley Gilbert – Outlaw In Me Lyrics

[Verse 1]
She says, “Baby what’s that scar from?”
I said, “Girl, you don’t wanna know.”
She said, “What about this one or that one?”
“Girl, that was a long time ago.”
She kisses and traces every one with her hands
The look on her face says she understands

[Chorus]
My baby don’t try to change me
‘Cause she knows
This is the way that God made me
She gets every flaw, my rebel heart, every tattoo, every scar
She’s in love with the outlaw in me

[Verse 2]
Yeah
She knows I roll with a rough crowd
And we get wild time-to-time
She knows I won’t lay my guns down
I never run from a fight

[Chorus]
My baby don’t try to change me
She knows
This is the way that God made me
She gets every flaw, my rebel heart, every tattoo, every scar
She’s in love with the outlaw in me

Yeah
Alright

[Verse 3]
That girl knows that she’s got me
And prays one day I’ll settle down
And I just thank God she loves me
Even when I don’t know how

[Chorus]
My baby don’t try to change me
She knows
This is the way that God made me
She gets every flaw, my rebel heart, every tattoo, every scar
She’s in love with the outlaw in me
She’s in love
With the outlaw
In me

Marrow – Darling Divine Lyrics

[Verse 1]
Sitting softly, sitting pretty in the city
Fifty horses riding swiftly make a living
Watching people watching people sit in silence
We are organized so neatly aren’t we all?

[Chorus 1]
Whats the time?
Won’t you tell me please my Darling Divine?

[Verse 2]
Hear the people ask a question, give an answer

Fallen leaves arrive like dancers on the floor
Colors changing, rearranging, pull a fast one
It turns green before we’ve had a chance to run

[Chorus 2]
You’re in the light
Oh my love my Darling Divine

[Bridge]
Oh my Darling
Oh my Darling

[Outro]

Kraftwerk – Spacelab Lyrics

Spacelab
Spacelab

Spacelab
Spacelab

Spacelab
Spacelab

Aldo Nova – Touch Of Madness Lyrics

Here she comes
Looking like a red corvette
Moving like she owns the street
She’s going to be the death of me yet

And she’s so tough
But she know that I’m a rebel too
No Romeo and Juliet
Got anything on me and you

Cause a love that’s true
Got to wear it so proud
Like a new tattoo

We’ll set the night on fire
Just me and you
I can’t dance
I can’t love the night away
But it feels like a touch of madness
What can I say
But it feels like a touch of madness
Every time you’re near

Now all the other bad boys
They try to take her breath away
But no matter what they do
She just smiles and walks away

Yeah, I feel alright
I’m just as bad as Brando

Cause I know that come tonight
I’m going to be the one that drives her home

Disconnects the phone
Gonna shut out the world
We’ll be on our won

We’ll set the night on fire
Just me and you
I can’t dance
I can’t love the night away
But it feels like a touch of madness
What can I say
But it feels like a touch of madness
Every time you’re near

And she walks
And she talks
Here she comes
And I know she’s the one
She’s young
She’s wild
Like a little child

We’ll set the night on fire
Just me and you
Dance the night away
But it feels like a touch of madness
What can I say
But it feels like a touch of madness

Rutles – It’s Looking Good Lyrics

There was no one in my life ’til I met you
You showed me love and taught me how to smile
You picked me up when I was feeling blue
From now on my future is worth while

(Chorus)
It’s looking good
It’s looking good
It’s looking good
It’s looking good
It’s looking good

It’s looking good
It’s looking good
It’s looking good
It’s looking good
It’s looking good

Now that you have given me reason to live

I will stay forever by your side
And give you all the loving I can give
Just say the word and be my bride

(Chorus)

I’m not throwing caution to the wind. No, no
Love is not an easy game to play
Although I may not be a man of words. Yeah, yeah
There is one thing I feel that I should say

(Chorus, twice)

It’s looking good!
It’s looking good!
It’s looking good!