Hallucinations – R3hab feat. R I T U A L lyrics

(x3)
I can’t fight this, got my eyes fixed on you
I’ve seen something new
Must be hallucination
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In my mind I realize you’re not true
Must be something we do? We’re just hallucinations. Lyrics R3hab – Hallucinations
I can’t fight this, got my eyes fixed on you
I’ve seen something new
Must be hallucination
In my mind I realize you’re not true
Must be something we do? We’re just hallucinations. We’re just hallucinations.
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R3hab lyrics
Video R3hab We’re just hallucinationsss. (x3)
Swore I saw you coming over here
Happiness is just controlling fear. We’re just hallucinations.

Line of sight – Odesza lyrics

Help me out, don’t let me down
I could learn from you, I could learn from you
Help me out, don’t let me down
I could learn from you, I could learn from you
Help me out, don’t let me down
I could learn from you, I could learn from youuu. And you won’t let me, won’t let me down
And you won’t let me, won’t let me down
No you won’t let me, won’t let me down down down. Odesza lyrics
Video sight And I don’t learn, no I don’t learn
It’ll all be fine this time
And I don’t learn, no I don’t learn
Cos you always seemed so kind
And I don’t learn, no I don’t learn
It’ll all be fine this time
And I don’t learn, no I don’t learn.
I’m feeling in and out
I turn full circle round and round
So will you help me down
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Come grab my hand for solid ground. Lyrics Odesza – Line of sight
I’m facing back to front
Over my shoulder at the sun
And it’s an open door
End of my line of sight once more.(line of sight)
And I don’t learn, no I don’t learn
It’ll all be fine this time
And I don’t learn, no I don’t learn
Cos you always seemed so kind
And I don’t learn, no I don’t learn
It’ll all be fine this time
And I don’t learn, no I don’t learn.

J Boy – Phoenix lyrics

Phoenix lyrics
Video Phoenix Some things they don’t matter till they matter to you
They stole that money from a homeless girl
The truth is we’re all to blame
There are lies and moral consequences
We started at the end of the line
To end up giving up to a couple, who cares? Is it still you? Just because of you
These things I have to go through
It’s more than that, we’re chained
And there’s no else to blame
For us twooo. Just because of you
These things I have to go through
Is it so bad? Is it still you? Is it so true? Something ’bout how hard you learned
Kamikaze in a hopeless world
Do you remember the last time you laughed
And I laughed and you left and I left? When you talked me into letting you go
No more coral on the atoll. Just because of you
These things I have to go through
Is it so bad? Is it so true? Send me on the lonely other side of the world
With a couple of guys and no alphabet
Put two and two together
We’ll make it last forever. Just because of you
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These things I have to go through
It’s more than that, we’re chained
And there’s no else to blame
For us two.
Just because of you
These things I have to go through
It’s more than that, we’re chained
And there’s no else to blame
For us two. Is it so true? Lyrics Phoenix – J boy
Something in the middle of the side of the store
Got your attention you would ask for more
I was excited to be part of your world
To belong, to be lost, to be mostly the two of us
Something I was stealing for no reason at all
They hang me higher than a disco ball
But you talked them into letting me go
It’s no Picasso, Michelangelo.(j boy)
Something ’bout the jewels you wear
Shiny, shiny bangles on your wrists
And at the Masquerade ball
You feel trapped in a vault, in an empty aquarium
If suddenly you’re out of the woods
Then inside of an alley you’re out of words
Well I thought it was radium at first. Is it still you? Just because of you
These things I have to go through
Is it so bad?

Heart of steel – Raiden lyrics

steel for you
Heart of steeeel for youuu. And that’s my soul you see
Just walking around outside of me
I’m so proud to be
The one that the heaven shows. Oh no
It’s never too far
Never too rough
Never too much for me
It’s never too high
Never too tough
I know one day you’ll see
I got a heart of steel
For you. You make me better
Than I’ve ever been
Higher off the ground
And, yeah
I’m sure to make a few mistakes
But I won’t let you down. Raiden lyrics
Video steel Heart of.. I’ve got this
Heart of steel for you
That’s what you do
You give me
Hands of stone
And they can hold
Anything you’re going through.
This world cannot define (hey-yeah)
A heart as deep as mine
No
It makes the ocean’s tide
Seem dangerously low. Oh nooo
It’s never too far
Never too rough
Never too much for me
It’s never too high
Never too tough
I know one day you’ll see
I got a heart of steel
For you. Lyrics Raiden – Heart of steel
There’s no power like (hey-yeahhh)
Bringing someone to life
Ohhh
There’s no wonder why
I feel like I could fly.(heart of steel)
You make me better
Than I’ve ever been
Higher off the ground
And, yeahhh
I’m sure to make a few mistakes
But I won’t let you down. I’ve got this
Heart of steel for you
That’s what you do
You give me
Hands of stone
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And they can hold
Anything you’re going through.

Taking up dance as an adult

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By Larissa Romensky and Anne-Marie Middlemast

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April 27, 2017 12:35:59

Video: From leg irons to tap dancing

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Rock’n’roll dancing makes Liz Dawborn feel like a teenager again. Three years in, Mr Scott doesn’t care what anyone thinks. “They just don’t believe you, so I leave it at that”. Photo:
Mechanical plumber Paul Scott swaps his work boots for ballet shoes twice a week. Photo:
Dr Mayes has attended weekly dance classes for the past year. (ABC Central Victoria: Larissa Romensky)
Mr Coleman’s dance partner, air traffic controller Phil Hong, 48, took up dancing in 2002 following his move to Melbourne.The pair have danced together for about four years, and currently have their sights set on competing in the World OutGames in Miami this year.According to Mr Hong the willingness to listen to each other makes for a good partnership.”Each person brings something different… we have to feed off each other, and that connection is something that builds over time and with a lot of practice,” Mr Hong said.Dancing with a same-sex partner has also given them greater “fluidity”.”We’ve always left it open that at some point we could start sharing the lead as that’s something some couples do,” Mr Coleman said. People throughout the world have been dancing for thousands of years and not just young people. Photo:
Inge Truckenbrodt says dancing is nicer than just doing “physical jerks”. (ABC Central Victoria: Larissa Romensky)
With many of the dance moves adapted to be performed in a chair, the classes are a workout for the mind and body, with an emphasis on building mobility, balance, rhythm, and flexibility. Beating social isolation with dance

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Rock’n’roll dancing is also about socialising with new people. (ABC Central Victoria: Larissa Romensky)
At her doctor’s suggestion she joined a weekly Dance for Parkinson’s class in Melbourne and hasn’t looked back. For Matt Coleman, the answer was to take up dance.”I hated exercise, and I knew that if I danced I’d meet some people and have some fun along the way,” he said.Seven years ago, the 41-year-old who works in organisational development, headed to Dance Cats Studio, the only dedicated same-sex dance studio in Australia.Performing styles such as modern ballroom, Latin and new vogue, Mr Coleman said the combined mental focus and physical commitment required in a class was addictive.”After a stressful day at work … it’s great to come here,” he said. “Dancing is all about expressing feelings”, he said.”You don’t become conscious of yourself, you’re only conscious of the music, and the sound that you’re making and the feeling that the music gives you.” The dancing doctor

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Richard Mayes always loved to dance, but juggling roles as a father-of-two, husband, and work as a GP who also practices obstetrics, meant free time to attend dance lessons was scarce. (ABC Central Victoria: Larissa Romensky)
Part of the happiness was the newfound friends that came from dancing with different partners and “getting something different” from each of them.”I’m at a place now where I’m happy,” Ms Dawborn said.”[Dance] has helped with my confidence, and in finding me again.It’s taken nearly five years but I’m there”. (ABC Central Victoria: Larissa Romensky)
Born with “twisted” shin bones, Mr Watson spent his early years in leg irons and walked pigeon toed even after they were removed.His mother’s solution was to enrol him in ballet lessons, despite his insistence on wanting to learn tap dance, after first hearing swing music at the age of ten.He only lasted six weeks at ballet. (ABC Central Victoria: Larissa Romensky)
With rock’n’roll, the new grandmother said she had found her niche, and re-ignited the “vibrancy” of her youth.”I’ve found me — I’m a teenager again,” Ms Dawborn laughed. “It’s that sort of dance floor daggy dancing that makes me laugh, and people laugh,” he said. (ABC Central Victoria: Larissa Romensky)
Rather than mimicking the dynamics of a heterosexual dance couple with “over the top kind of moves” seen in some competitive couples, the pair prefer to bring some “masculine elements” to their routine.”We are just two men, who are friends, dancing together, and that is what we try and bring to our routine,” Mr Coleman said.Using dance to feel things

Video: Dancing away the 'shakes'

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Inge Truckenbrodt always loved watching dance, but never danced herself — until about a year ago.The 76-year-old took up dancing as a way to help with the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease after being diagnosed three years ago.”It seemed a nicer way than just doing physical jerks,” she laughed.The shake in her right arm, sleep disturbances and numbness in her right leg are just some of the symptoms of the debilitating disease.”Like a sitting duck you sit back and wait for the next symptoms to occur,” Ms Truckenbrodt said.Not content to let the disease get the better of her, she made a decision to be proactive in her management of the disease, and from there life changed for the better.”After a while I said, ‘So what’, and that was the turning point,” Ms Truckenbrodt said. His youngest son still had a few things to say about his dad, the “ballerina”.”I get called twinkle toes and all sorts of things,” Mr Scott laughed.Surrounded by 200 men on a building site and asked what he did last night by a co-worker, Mr Scott could be relied upon to give an honest answer, albeit seemingly unbelievable.”They laugh”, he said when he admitted he went to ballet. “This morning I was walking my dog and I had piano music going and I’m thinking, ‘Life doesn’t get any better than this’,'” Mr Scott said. (ABC Central Victoria: Larissa Romensky)
Recently the class staged a flash mob dance routine at the local supermarket as part of the Castlemaine Fringe Festival, which has since been viewed on social media more than 100,000 times. Photo:
When David Watson dances he becomes someone else. “I’m a father and a doctor and all these things, and to be now known as dancer as well has given me confidence.”All your worries and stresses just fall away, you switch off … into that relaxed meditative kind of state, but moving your body at the same time”.Feel like a teenager again

Video: Like a teenager again

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When Liz Dawborn’s husband died suddenly four years ago, the grief was overwhelming.Married for almost 37 years, she knew the only way she could keep going was to try to make a new life for herself, taking it one day at a time. “I thought of this idea for an eighties dance therapy class, but it never happened — life got busy and it seemed like a crazy, silly idea,” Dr Mayes said. From leg irons to tap dancing David Watson, 83, took up tap dancing in his 40s, and has danced ever since.He took up it up by chance, after accompanying a friend from work to a dance class in Melbourne. Now, every Monday night when he’s not being called out to deliver babies, Dr Mayes joins a soul-funk adult dance class in his home-town of Castlemaine. Photo:
David Watson wanted to learn tap dance from the age of 10 when he first heard swing music. Seven people share their experiences of taking up dance lessons as adults. “You’ve got family and you don’t want them to see you down all the time,” Ms Dawborn said.After the initial shock and anger of his death subsided, she “started to push herself out”, took up running, then Latin and formal dancing, and finally arrived at rock’n’roll dancing.Having never danced with her husband before and looking for a challenge the 65 year-old took a leap of faith and joined the Bendigo Jailhouse Rockers dance classes.”It’s like a big rock’n’roll family now, it’s just wonderful,” Ms Dawborn said.After initially feeling frustrated with not being able to remember the steps, she admitted to being “hooked” after some solid practice.”I’d just practised the whole week until I had it down pat and go back the next Monday and work out what I didn’t know,” Ms Dawborn said. “And it’s all in French, so it’s like learning another language,” Mr Scott said.Candidly open about his love for ballet with his family and close friends, the road to disclosure took a while, revealing it was easier to tell his wife about his newfound passion, than his teenage sons. “I used to have to hide my face as I walked in,” Mr Watson laughed.As one of the only two men in the class, he learned to tap with his toe, then progressed to a step called the ‘flap’, and eventually worked his way through the whole “dictionary of stuff”.”Until 40 years later you’ve kind of got it,” Mr Watson said. Until fate stepped in. It wasn’t until he was in university that he took up the Mambo to impress a girl.”By the time I’d actually learned how to do the Mambo the girl had “gone off and got herself married”, Mr Watson recalled, “I lost interest in her anyway”. Being on the dance floor the rock’n’roller said there was a “sense of freedom” and she felt “over the moon”.”The harder I rock’n’roll the happier I am,” Ms Dawborn said. (ABC Central Victoria: Larissa Romensky)
The experience of taking part in the flash mob at his local supermarket has given Dr Mayes the confidence to “let the real me out”.”In my professional world there’s set rules on how to behave and even how to be,” he said. Photo:
Ms Truckenbrodt enjoys dancing and says it doesn’t matter that she has “two left feet”. “It was such a buzz, and I remember thinking after we ended up doing two encores, and people loving it, ‘Oh, I wish I had have been into this from a young age'”. The ex-architecture lecturer recalled the very first lesson on a “lousy” floor located above a porn shop in Swanston Street. When a timely phone call from a local dance teacher with a vision to start an adult dance class, collided with his own similar idea, the doctor’s future destiny as a dancer was sealed. (ABC Central Victoria: Larissa Romensky)
Each week, Paul takes two ballet classes at a dance studio in Mitcham, with the lessons beginning with a warm up at the barre and ending on a grand allegro. “The beauty of dancing in a group is that even if you’re a bit behind in timing, or you might miss a move … we’re all in this together,” he said.The classes have introduced Dr Mayes to a range of hip-hop, contemporary jazz and breakdancing positions, including domestically-titled moves such as the ‘sprinkler’ and the ‘shopping trolley’. The classes have improved her concentration, coordination and balance, and even helped her to feel sensations in her right arm again after it became immobile.”It’s more interesting than just doing exercises and you have the same benefits,” Ms Truckenbrodt said. “They probably thought the old man’s lost his mind,” Mr Scott said of their initial reaction. Physically, he says his back pain has improved, and he sees a future for himself with ballet taking a starring role. “It took 43 years but finally I became a dance performer”, Dr Mayes said. (ABC Central Victoria: Larissa Romensky)
Through dancing, Mr Watson finds a freedom unimaginable in everyday life, and looks to dancing as a way to explore who he is. “I think I’m the worst dancer in the group and I’ve two left feet,” she said.”But it doesn’t matter because we’re all at different stages of Parkinson’s … I’m just enjoying what we’re doing.”An important part of the dance classes is the humour that comes with acceptance as she recalls one of the participant’s “star” performance.”We were doing a dance where you actually have to shake your hand, she was a star because she automatically shakes all the time,” Ms Truckenbrodt laughed.From tradie to ‘twinkle toes’

Video: From tradie to 'twinkle toes'

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Paul Scott is your typical Aussie bloke.Growing up he raced go-karts, listened to hard rock bands like Led Zeppelin, and spent his weekends watching AFL footy and motor-racing.Now a middle-aged man with a wife, three sons and a job working on building sites as a mechanical plumber, Mr Scott’s life’s took an unexpected turn three years ago when he swapped his steel-capped work boots for a pair of ballet slippers.”I love AFL footy and I love going to the pub with my mates and having a beer,” he said.”And now I love ballet, probably more than all of them.” With no prior experience in dance, Mr Scott’s attraction to the precise, intricate world of ballet came at the suggestion of a physiotherapist as a tool to help manage ongoing back problems.Despite his initial fears at being the only male in his first dance class, and close to “bolting out the door”, Mr Scott said he totally enjoyed it.”It takes you out of your world and puts you in another place … you walk out just feeling amazing.”

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Paul Scott has been taking ballet classes for the past three years. “You have to forget about everything else that’s going on … you really have to concentrate on what you’re doing.”

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Dance partners Phil and Matt have been dancing together for about four years. (ABC Central Victoria: Larissa Romensky) The octogenarian said he “can’t help” tap dancing; spurred on by the rhythm, timing and music.”If I hear good swing music I dance,” he said. Photo:
The roles are more fluid when dancing with a same-sex partner, according to Phil Coleman. Photo:
Castlemaine GP Richard Mayes attends weekly soul-funk dance classes.

Heather Ewart revisits childhood home of Murchison

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Darren Stewart in Queentown, TAS with Heather Ewart take a break from filming Back Roads episode 7 of series 1. (ABC Back Roads)

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Heather and kids take a break during filming with the Burundi Peace Choir who have settled in Katanning.

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Heather Ewart at opal mining town White Cliffs (ABC TV: Ron Ekkel)

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Heather Ewart chats with Junior rangers of Palm Valley during filming of the Hermannsburg episode of Back Roads series 2. (ABC Back Roads)

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April 27, 2017 10:33:17

Video: Back Roads presenter Heather Ewart, pictured with her mother Honor Ewart, reports from Murchison, Victoria

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The Mallee Bull is an icon of Birchip and was instated in the main street of Birchip in 1991 (ABC TV Back Roads)
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Thursday Island’s Henry “Seaman” Dan, won an ARIA award for Best World Music Album in 2004 and again in 2009 (ABC TV: Brigid Donovan)
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Liz Goosens is a councillor with Tatiara District Council is a keen entrant in the sculpture competition at the Mundulla Show.
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Murchison meteorite storiesMeteorite still fascinating scientistsSecrets of the Early Solar SystemJohn Lovering describes significance of meteorite

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Back Roads presenter Heather Ewart with her mother Honor at Longleat winery in Murchison (ABC Back Roads Digital: Marc Eiden)
Video: Locals describe the night the Murchison meteorite hit

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Murchison on the tourist map todayThese days Murchison is known as the Riverbank Garden town, with wonderful walking trails lining the river.There is a popular two-storey bakery in the main street, and one old shop has been transformed into a fine food store, Wagner Brothers, serving great coffee and regional produce.The Heritage Centre is listed as a must-visit by the hidden gem judges.Even the old style garage, which looks frozen in time, attracts interest as a photo stop. This is a big deal for a town whose previous claim to fame was a rare meteorite happening to fall in its boundaries in 1969. Now the fragments are studied around the world. Road trips and lifestyleHoliday roads and unique places to exploreSwapping city life for the rural or regional lifeGoing off the gridBack Roads Season 2 stories
Maybe that is what preserved its charm, and what ended up landing it a spot on a list, compiled by a travel website, of 50 hidden gems worth seeing in Australia’s small towns.According to tourism industry professionals, Murchison, in all its humble glory, has made the grade as one of the most irresistible, exotic and postcard-worth small towns in Australia.Who would have thought? When it came crashing to Earth more than 45 years ago, part of it went through our hay shed, and we all took bits for morning talk at school. Photo:
Historic buildings in Murchison have kept a lot of their originality. Murchison had everything we needed — clear swimming water, beautiful gum trees, and a playground opposite the general store where you could buy mixed lollies in white paper bags for 5 cents.Life went on pretty much as it always had, with many of the same buildings and broad verandas in the main street the same as when Murchison was declared a township in 1854. (Back Roads Digital: Marc Eiden)
Murchison now has its own winery, Longleat, on the outskirts of town, which is not only producing great wines but also offering tasty meals.Over the past four years, Murchison decided it was time to show off a little, holding an annual food and wine festival called the Tomato Festa in the main street, attracting thousands of visitors.The festival has celebrated the treasures on offer in the agricultural area around Murchison.For tourists who hanker for a taste of the past with some of the modern culinary pleasures in life, Murchison is indeed a hidden gem.But then those of us who grew up there have always known that. Photo:
A cow sculpture in Murchison is painted with a mural depicting the meteor that fell in 1969. #TheRoadBackHome Every month we hitch a ride with an ABC personality as they reveal the stories that take them back to their community. The historic town of Murchison nestles on the banks of the Goulburn River in Victoria.It was once a place travellers simply drove through on their way to somewhere else.When I was a kid, it was almost like a forgotten town — not that we thought that ourselves. (Back Roads Digital: Marc Eiden)
Meteorite continues to dazzle scientistsAs neighbouring towns leapt to modernise during the 1960s and 1970s, Murchison lagged behind.

Medal lost during Anzac march returned to family of 96yo veteran

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Simon Leo Brown

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April 28, 2017 14:05:26

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A World War I medal lost by a 96-year-old veteran on Anzac Day has been returned to his family.World War II veteran Bill Beiers wore the medal belonging to his father Harold while marching in the rain with his Z Special Unit during this year’s parade in Melbourne.Bill’s son Duncan told ABC Radio Melbourne’s Lindy Burns on Wednesday that the family had used photos taken on the day to ascertain when the medal was lost. “When I saw the photo I recognised the gentleman because I’d seen him on the day having a bit of a coughing fit,” Mr Kelly said.He said the medal would have been on the road for a matter of seconds.”They were 20 or 30 metres in front of us at the most,” Mr Kelly said. “We pinpointed it down to between the Melbournian apartments on St Kilda Road and just where you turn off to the Shrine forecourt,” he said.Harold Biers received the Military Cross in France while serving with the 17th Australian Infantry Battalion. “We tried to give it to a couple of marshals on the day but no-one wanted to take ownership of it.”Mr Kelly said he had planned to hand in the Military Cross to an RSL.On Thursday night Dylan came across the ABC’s Facebook post seeking the medal and called his father. External Link:

Facebook post seeking lost war medal
The post was later spotted by 19-year-old Dylan Kelly, who had been marching with his father Corey carrying the banner of his great-grandfather’s 2/11th Field Regiment.”My son, when we got to the very end, said, ‘Dad, I found this medal’ — we had no idea where it had come from,” Corey Kelly said. Duncan Beiers said he had rung his father to give him the news of the medal’s return.”He was a very happy man,” he said.Duncan thanked all the people who commented on and shared the Facebook post for their help in returning the medal.”We’ll be getting my father a set of replicas made to wear for next year.” Teen found medalOn Wednesday, ABC Radio Melbourne posted a callout on Facebook asking if anyone had found the medal at the march.
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Backyard Iron Man suit ready for first mission

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Barry Armstead’s four-year backyard workshop project to build a replica Iron Man suit is complete.He has spent much of his spare time over that period tinkering away in his man cave, building the superhero suit.The Canberra father of four is now ready to give sick children in hospital something to smile about.
“I’ve got a full-time job and we’re raising our young kids,” Mr Armstead said.”Every available bit of time I’ve had I’ve used to work on the suit — usually late into the night.”I’ve also started doing some blade-smithing and selling knives, which has helped to fund the final stages of the project.”With the electronics now complete, the finished product will be unveiled at a Starlight Foundation charity event on May 6 at the Tuggeranong Hyperdome.”I’m pretty nervous about taking it out after all this time to be honest,” he said.”It’s now equipped with an arc reactor in the chest, an automated faceplate in the helmet with a lip-activated micro-switch that makes it go up and down. (ABC Radio Canberra: Hannah Walmsley)
“There’s also a wide-angle camera mounted between the eyes which displays on video glasses inside the faceplate.”That way I’ve got a nice wide-angle view so I don’t go tripping over kids in hospitals.”The suit has also been fitted with a voice-changing speaker set in the chest with a microphone in the chin of the helmet.”That changes my voice once the faceplate comes down giving me a robotic voice,” Mr Armstead said.”My young fella is suitably impressed.”
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Barry Armstead says while he doesn’t have any formal trade skill training, he’s learnt a range of skills from tinkering in his shed. The suit is made of steel sheets less than a millimetre thick and weighs 37 kilograms including the electronics, batteries and padding.”It’s not as heavy as it looks because the weight is distributed over my whole body,” Mr Armstead said.With the internal suit including a full wetsuit, Mr Armstead welcomed the cold change in Canberra this week.”You get quite hot and sweaty wearing the suit and it’s certainly not a summertime thing.”A superhero’s missionMr Armstead hopes the Starlight Foundation event will be the start of many more charitable outings for the suit.”The Starlight Foundation is about enriching the lives of sick kids and that’s why I started this whole project — to put a smile on the face of sick kids.”The idea was born while spending many hours in the neonatal intensive care unit at the Canberra Hospital after one of Mr Armstead’s children was born two months premature.”We did spend quite a lot of time in the hospital and saw a bit of what was going on with the other kids around the place,” he said.”If I can make kids smile, it’ll be mission accomplished.”

T.I. – I Believe

Wanna take advantage of a lesser man
The war on drugs crack epidemic, all a dat
Cause in front of God, you are just a man
So Disappointed
Gotta sell your soul just to get up on the Forbes list
[Verse 1 : T.I.]
That’s why millions is still behind bars today
Believe M-L-King had a dream for real
Sell I dope to get some money, shit I wanna do law
If I learnt anything, i’ve seen any bitch can be president (Hold up)
We can’t give another fuck
Aaaaahhh
Like the stop and frisk, mass incarceration that perpetuation of recidivism
Columbus day you believe a holiday
Uncle Sam lift a lady just address Us
Stand for your people , ya
Now be clear, I ain’t tryna this ain’t no black thang or white thang

Lucky Luciano John Gotti day
(I believe we are not safe)
Bumpy Johnson and Larry hoover day

Believe white supremacy , think i’ont see it
What about Capone and Doc Holiday
Stand for your people, ya
So Disappointing, we all disappointed
That mean they create a system hard to break
Grabbing on the pussy yelling "shawty that thang"
(I believe dat what I believe we are not safe, dat what i believe, dat what i believe, eyy)
God never said weapons wouldn’t form, he just said they wouldn’t prosper
He in Heaven ,and we be dealing with demons still
All disappointed
How you doing numbers very similar to my case
Stand with your brother, its time with your sister, ya
[Verse 2: T.I.]
So when they speak believe not a thing
All this money but you still can’t afford me

Give dat shit to god it’ll be better in the morning
I ain’t been malicious in the shit i do
Far as I can see the constitution won’t for folk that look like me and that’s what I believe!
Go to standing rock and wanna poison water, just like Michigan
I say that nigga hostile, get the yellow flare in they nostril (Hold up)
Now I believe in a lot of things
Even better whatchu gon do when they push you in the fire ma man
Naaaaahh (Hol’ up)
Everything they tryna bring down on me
Rather give me fifty years than a scholarship

Still think your skin make you way more important
(T.I)] [Chorus: ??
But I can’t go to school, I ain’t go the money to
Whatchu think will happen when you die ma man,(Die ma man)
Message to Americaaaaa
Its a dead wrong and right thang
Aiight
Wanna be better but you down at the moment
Like an episode of Pinky and the brain for real
We all disappointed
Build a wall, keeping out the mexicans
The death of Bob Marley & Malcom X
The KKK and the USA got a thang like Superman got for Lois Lane
Neighbourhood like a battlefield , we are not safe
Happy Hitler day sounds stupid aye?
That’s cause hypocrisy more American than democracy
Believe the bible is re-written, preacher be bullshiting
Leader of the generation , Ima get us all in
Happy Meech day Happy Tookie day
Believe karma real, Believe Allah King
Wanna run the world & rule errthing for real
Minaj every month or two
Anything to keep me outta politics
All your plans ain’t worth for damn
Believe Jesus, die for my sins, dont need no forgivness for me to hide behind man
Pac n Biggie too , but i ain’t really sure about dat
(I belive dat what I believe dat what I believe we are not safe)
I believe politicans pull a lot of tricks
Well, i might smoke a blunt or two (ugh)
(I believe we are not safe, I believe we are not safe)
Bout to do some more play, Oh u want that OA?
Well I’m a sinner (true) but not like you
] [Intro: ??
Now ain’t this a bitch
Well god damn (Hol’ Up Hol’ Up)
(T.I.) ] [Chorus ??

All Time Low – Life Of The Party

Somewhere in between
I’m the life of the party
The price you pay for dreams
I can’t find me anymore
In a sea of strangers
Who I used to be
I’m just trying to fix myself
The price you pay for dreams

And I’m trying to fix myself
I can’t find me anymore
All these people are passed out
It’s so hard to imagine
Thrills don’t come for free
The price you pay for dreams
I’m the life of the party
Thrills don’t come for free
What the hell did I do?

What the hell did I do?

I can’t find me anymore
In a sea of strangers
Who I’d be if I walked away

I can’t find me anymore

I can’t find me anymore
Who I used to be
Somewhere in between
But they all wanna know me
And it’s four in the morning
And I don’t wanna face it
Thrills don’t come for free
In a sea of strangers
On the floor of my hotel room
In a sea of strangers

And who I’ll be tomorrow
Coming down, bring me back
When the champagne blows my mind
I don’t know half of them
You said it’s all for a reason
And who I’ll be tomorrow
Who I used to be
I’m the life of the party
Never know what it’s like
And who I’ll be tomorrow
When I’m out of my head
I can’t find me anymore
Somewhere in between
When the champagne blows my mind
What the fuck is the reason now?
To be the life of the party
How you level me out sometimes
I can’t find me anymore
I keep thinking about you
I’m the life of the party
I can’t find me anymore
When the champagne blows my mind
Now it’s four in the morning

Sean Paul – Body (feat. Migos)

She gon’ ride against the world ’cause that’s my girl (skrrt)
She catch a body ’cause she have a AK (pop, pop)
[?] wrapped her in Chanel from her head up (Chanel)

[Verse 3: Quavo)
Hundreds of bottles and beautiful models (hunnids)
Ayy, ayy
Mally Mall
I just wanna feel ya
And you know we smoke blunts ’til the face
[Chorus: Sean Paul & Quavo]
Love all of that, wanna give me the pose
Ayy, ayy

And get familiar, ayy
I’ma buy you Christian Louboutin until you can afford it (Louboutin)
Ayy, ayy
I had her in my mansion, told her put her leg up (smash)
‘Til you see we just can’t lose
She told me get rid of my chicks on my rasta (woo)

Love all of that, wanna give me the pose
[Chorus: Sean Paul & Quavo]
Love all of that, wanna give me the pose

She gorgeous, I’ma pay her mortgage (gorgeous, mortage)
I wanna take you on a trip ’cause I know that your nigga borin’ (borin’)
The body where you got 12 more than ’bout a trillion
[Bridge: Sean Paul]
S to the P
Like girl, let me take you pon an evening cruise
Got them notice every time that we in the buildin’ (ayy)
I wanna steal ya, girl
When she woke up in the mornin’, let her seen that
[Bridge: Sean Paul]
Oh
And get familiar, ayy
Hot, hot with your body, hot with your clothes
Christian Dior scrapin’ on the floor when we boardin’ (we boardin’)
Her booty roll and she go slow motion, I’m strokin’ (woah)
Just wanna feel ya
On her bum, suck the crumb, fuckin’ bitches early on
She know that I’m young but she lovin’ my partners (ayy)
Giddy up, giddy up
I just wanna feel ya
My girl got the body where you got 12 more than ’bout a billion
Don’t care that if they catchin’ you, you gon’ be number one
I just wanna feel ya
I’m a superhero, what’s more than a villain, one in a million
Giddy up, giddy up
Like girl, let me take you pon an evening cruise
Pulled up in my Lamborghini when I’m outin’ (skrrt)
Celiné bag was her dream bag (dream)
Hit it from the back, I must have landed a real one (nah)
If you wanna keep it later, better keep your bread up (cash)
Oh
Okay, okay, okay (okay)
I wanna sing to her, Quavo Sinatra (brrr)
(Offeset)
Like the handyman with the hammer, I nailed it (ayy)
Smokin’ ganj like I’m Willy Nelson in Belgium (ganj)
Just wanna feel ya
Come and ride with a G, fly than a falcon (ride)

Because got the body where you got 12 more than ’bout a billion
I wanna steal ya, girl
Live in luxury, babe, we not regular civilians

Ayy, ayy
Oh
[Chorus: Sean Paul & Quavo]
Everybody sayin’ up, up away
She catch a body ’cause she have a AK (rah, rah, rah)
Just wanna feel ya
Because got the body where you got 12 more than ’bout a billion
Ayy, ayy
Hot, hot with your body, hot with your clothes
And she won’t sell work
I wanna steal ya, girl
Don Carleon
Ayy, ayy
There’s somethin’ ’bout you, you know you special, you golden (special)
Love all of that, wanna give me the pose
You keep it hot with your body, hot with your clothes
Because
Walkin’ in with them Balmains, out in designer
It’s cool, girl, whatever you say (whatever you say)
You keep it hot with your body, hot with your clothes
‘Til you see we just can’t lose
Ayy, ayy
Baby girl, don’t get confused
Baby girl, don’t get confused
You nigga kept on cheatin’ and I know you found him (woah)
[Verse 2: Takeoff]
[Intro: Sean Paul & Quavo]
Migos and Sean Paul in the buildin’
The way that you’re talkin’, I figured, girl, you look familiar (huh?)
I fathered all you niggas ’cause rappers, y’all my sons
Ayy, ayy

And get familiar, ayy
[Verse 1: Offset]
Girl, you just like an angel, did you come from heaven?
The body where you got 12 more than ’bout a trillion
The body where you got 12 more than ’bout a trillion

DJ Khaled – I’m The One (feat. Chance The Rapper, Lil Wayne, Quavo & Justin Bieber)

She like the price, she see the ice, it make her coochie melt

The money never lie, no
Know you wanna ride now (let’s ride)
Yeah, yeah!
Oh-eh-oh-oh-oh, oh-eh-oh
Straight up out The Crescent
Yeah, and you sick of all those other imitators
Oh-eh-oh-oh-oh, oh-eh-oh
Roll my eyes
Uh, she beat her face up with that new Chanel
Don’t let the only real one intimidate you
I’m the one, yeah
I’m the best yet, and yet my best is yet to come
The money never lie, no
Ain’t gotta worry ’bout them commas ’cause my cake up
Not just any fuckin’ body
You the one that hold me down when the block’s hot (hot)
And your look’s just the same without no make-up
You can run inside my life from that fame bus
For the record I knew Khaled
I’m the only one
[Chorus: Justin Bieber]

(Another one)
I am the one for you (I’m the one) yeah, I’m the one
Lookin’ for the one?
[Pre-Chorus: Justin Bieber & DJ Khaled]
Yeah, you’re lookin’ at the truth

Don’t let the only real one intimidate you
I’m the one, yeah (let’s ride), I’m the one, yeah
Bitch, you blow my high
When that boy was spinnin’ records
Yeah, and you sick of all those other imitators

When I met her in the club I asked her who she felt
Know you wanna ride now (let’s ride)
Oh-eh-oh-oh-oh, oh-eh-oh
She say she want bottles, she ain’t got no table
See you watchin’, don’t run outta time now
I’m the only one
Oh-eh-oh-oh-oh, oh-eh-oh
I’m the one, yeah
I’m the one
We don’t got no label
‘Cause I promise when we step out you’ll be famous
Oh-eh-oh-oh-oh, oh-eh-oh

I’m the one
Yeah, you’re lookin’ at the truth
We The Best Music
Oh my God! She hit me up all day, get no response
Oh-eh-oh-oh-oh, oh-eh-oh
I’m the only one
[Chorus: Justin Bieber]
I’m the one
Mula gang winnin’ record
I’m the only one
I’m the one
I’m the one

We go back, remember criss-cross and hopscotch? (hopscotch)
Baby, that’s only me, bitch, it okay with me
I’m the one
Oh-eh-oh-oh-oh, oh-eh-oh

I’m the one that hit that same spot (hit it) Quavo!
Oh-eh-oh-oh-oh, oh-eh-oh
Oh-eh-oh-oh-oh, oh-eh-oh
She think we Clyde and Bonnie
I’m the one, yeah (let’s ride), I’m the one, yeah
I’m the only one
God, forgive me
[Pre-Chorus: Justin Bieber & DJ Khaled]
Don’t let the only real one intimidate you
I’m the one, yeah (let’s ride), I’m the one, yeah
I’m the only one
I make your dreams come true when you wake up (dream)
[Chorus: Justin Bieber & Chance The Rapper]
Oh-eh-oh-oh-oh, oh-eh-oh
Baby, okay, okay though
I’m the one, yeah, I’m the one
I’m the one, yeah
DJ Khaled
Early mornin’ in the dawn
Don’t make me catch a body
Oh-eh-oh-oh-oh, oh-eh-oh
I’m the one, yeah (let’s ride), I’m the one, yeah
[Intro: DJ Khaled]
And when she on the molly she a zombie

Had to pull up on your mama
See what you’re made of (mama)
Don’t let the only real one intimidate you
I’m the one, yeah, I’m the one
Early mornin’ in the dawn
I’m the one
[Verse 1: Quavo]
The money never lie, no
Don’t you know, girl, don’t you know, girl
Early mornin’ in the dawn
I am the one for you (I’m the one) yeah, I’m the one

I’m the one
Yeah, you’re lookin’ at the truth
See you watchin’, don’t run outta time now
The money never lie, no
Yeah, and you sick of all those other imitators
See you watchin’, don’t run outta time now
She don’t got no bed frame, she don’t got no tables
Well, bitch, you’re lookin’ at the one
See you watchin’, don’t run outta time now
Don’t you know, girl, don’t you know, girl
Know you wanna ride now (let’s ride)
I’m just flexin’ on my exes, oh God!
That’s for any and everybody
I’m the one, yeah, I’m the one
Early mornin’ in the dawn
She want a nigga that pull her hair and hold the door for her
I’m the only one
[Verse 2: Chance The Rapper]
I’m the only one
Okay though
[Pre-Chorus: Justin Bieber & DJ Khaled]
We just watchin’ Netflix, she ain’t got no cable, okay though
[Verse 3: Lil Wayne]
I’m the one, yeah, I’m the one
‘Cause I’ve been lookin’ for somebody
Tunechi F finessin’, I’m a legend
But it’s more like Whitney and Bobby
Modern day Bonnie and Clyde what they named us
Oh-eh-oh-oh-oh, oh-eh-oh
I’m the one, yeah
Oh-eh-oh-oh-oh, oh-eh-oh

‘Cause when we pull up (prr prr) all angles
Oh-eh-oh-oh-oh, oh-eh-oh
Don’t you know, girl, don’t you know, girl
Plug, plug, plug, I’m the plug for her
Oh-eh-oh-oh-oh, oh-eh-oh

I am the one for you (I’m the one) yeah, I’m the one
Know you wanna ride now (let’s ride)
I am the one for you (I’m the one) yeah, I’m the one
Another one!
Then she went and put that booty on that Gucci belt
Yeah, you’re lookin’ at the truth
Yeah, and you sick of all those other imitators
Don’t you know, girl, don’t you know, girl
[Chorus: Justin Bieber & Quavo]
[Outro: Justin Bieber & DJ Khaled]
She the one that bring them rain drops (rain drops)
Oh-eh-oh-oh-oh, oh-eh-oh
That’s like turnin’ gold to bronze
[Pre-Chorus: Justin Bieber & DJ Khaled]
Fly your bae down for the Essence

OneRepublic – No Vacancy (Lyric Video)

Come on, come on, listen, oh yeah

But ever since I met you
Used to be that I felt so damn empty
[Chorus]
Ever since I met you, no vacancy
Used to be that I felt so damn empty
So no vacancy, no vacancy
I spent so many empty nights with faces I don’t know
When I fell, I fell, I fell, I fell for you

Ever since I met you, no vacancy
No vacancy because of you
Used to be that I felt so damn empty
Used to be that I felt so damn empty

No vacancy, no vacancy
Got no vacancy ever since I met you
[Outro]

Oh yeah, no vacancy
I used to stay awake, just counting hours all night long
I had so many empty rooms inside the chateau
But ever since I met you
There’s no vacancy, no empty rooms
[Bridge]
[Pre-Chorus]

Used to be that I felt so damn empty
Used to be that I felt so damn empty
Come on, come on, listen, oh yeah
[Chorus]
Ever since I met you, no vacancy
Trading pieces of my heart ’til I felt shallow
No vacancy because of you
Got no vacancy ever since I met you
No vacancy, no vacancy
[Verse 2]
I used to be the type to never take a chance, oh
Come on, come on, listen
Ever since I met you, no vacancy
No vacancy, no vacancy
No vacancy, no vacancy
No vacancy, oh yeah
Ever since I met you, no vacancy
I’m done with sharing space with people that I don’t know
No vacancy because of you
Ever since I met you, no vacancy
[Pre-Chorus]
I used to leave the doors unlocked and leave the lights on
Used to be that I felt so damn empty
Ever since I met you, no vacancy
No vacancy because of you
Ever since I met you, no vacancy
Yeah, oh yeah
Had so many walls, you’d think I was a castle
[Chorus]
There’s no vacancy, no empty rooms
I had so many empty rooms inside the chateau, yeah

[Verse 1]
Used to be that I felt so damn empty

Cashmere Cat – Quit (feat. Ariana Grande) (Lyric Video)

‘Cause when you call my heart starts to roll
[Verse 2: Ariana Grande]
Inside lives a voice, a voice so quiet
We’re heading deep
Yeah, I’m gonna regret it
I can’t quit you
I can’t quit you
I can’t quit you
I can’t quit you

Yeah, I’m gonna regret it
We’re heading deep
It’s my heaven, my hell
I can’t quit you
But I can’t hear that voice when your heart beats next to mine
Inside lives a voice, a voice so quiet
[Pre-Chorus: Ariana Grande]
[Verse 1: Ariana Grande]
[Pre-Chorus: Ariana Grande]
They say, "You crazy, just leave him, he’ll suffocate you"
[Chorus: Ariana Grande]
Yeah, I’m gonna regret it
I can’t quit you, oh baby

But I wanna be in your arms
Yeah, I’m gonna regret it
I know I’m gonna regret it

Gonna regret it
(babe, babe, babe)
‘Cause skin on skin, I feel nothing but the burning of desire
I can’t quit you
And you say that I’m the devil you know

Yeah, I’m gonna regret it
Yeah, I’m gonna regret it
I’m gonna regret it
I know I’m gonna regret it
Yeah, I’m gonna regret it

Gonna regret it
[Verse 3: Ariana Grande]
I’m gonna regret it
Yeah, I’m gonna regret it
But I’m under your spell
[Outro: Ariana Grande]
But I can’t hear that voice when your heart beats next to mine
When you said, "Baby, I just want you to lay me down and we’ll fuck the pain away"
They say, "No, don’t pick up the phone, let them think there’s nobody home"
Yeah, I’m gonna regret it
And I don’t disagree, no, I don’t see the harm
I always want more
And that’s just foreplay
I can’t quit you
[Chorus: Ariana Grande]
I can’t quit you
I can’t quit you

I can’t quit you
I can’t quit you, oh babe

Afrojack & David Guetta – Another Life (feat. Ester Dean)

I still hang on to our tied up dreams

Maybe we’re better in another paradise
[Chorus]
We holdin’ on to fading memories
I wish we could turn back the hands of time
In another life
Maybe we’ll meet again in another life

In another life
Maybe we will meet again
In another life
But if you choose to leave, well I hope we’ll meet
Maybe we will fall again

I’m waking up, thinking how we used to be
[Post-Chorus]
Maybe we’ll meet again in another life
Maybe we’re better in another paradise
[Verse 1]
In another life
[Chorus]

I can’t imagine what this life would be

Maybe we will meet again
Maybe we’ll meet again in another life
[Chorus]
Maybe we will fall again
I love you, you love me, but this love sets you free
Maybe we’re better in another paradise
In another life
[Verse 2]
[Post-Chorus]
Maybe we will meet again
In another life
[Post-Chorus]
Maybe we will fall again
Replace the poison that you left onto my mind