Meet the urban winemakers stomping grapes on the footpath

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(ABC Radio Brisbane: Jessica Hinchliffe) Residents in inner-city Brisbane are coming together through a winemaking project that sees them stomping grapes on the footpath.Tony Harper and his wife Tanya started the urban wine project in Red Hill two years ago, and its latest vintage is in full swing.Mr Harper said it was about bringing the winemaking process from the country to the city. (ABC Radio Brisbane: Jessica Hinchliffe)
Later this year the community will again come together to bottle wine.”Every step of the way we keep people updated on social media and invite everyone from the stomp back,” Mr Harper said.”We love people coming back and trying as it goes along.”

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Tony Harper and his team invite people in and be part of the wine-making process. Photo:
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Residents come together to crush and sort grapes on the footpath. (Supplied: Craft)
“You can smell the fermentation from the street,” he said.”We ship the grapes up and everyone gets their hands sticky and helps us with the process.”By inviting the community in, they get to be involved in the whole process and create something together.”The three grape varieties selected this year were two reds — tannat and nobilo — and a chardonnay; all came from New England, New South Wales. (ABC Radio Brisbane: Jessica Hinchliffe)
Each week the wines are checked to ensure the process is happening as it should, but it does not always go to plan.”Sometimes we come into the store during the fermentation process and the pressure causes the bungs to fly off,” Mr Harper said.”If you look closely you can see the juice all over the store.”To help keep the wines on track, Mr Harper seeks help from award-winning wine maker Mike Hayes from Stanthorpe.”He helps us keep it all in check,” he said.”If it wasn’t for Mike we wouldn’t be able to do it here in the middle of Brisbane.”

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The colour and sediment of the wine is checked. (ABC Radio Brisbane: Jessica Hinchliffe)
“This splitting process is phenomenally messy and we do it right on the footpath,” Mr Harper said.”We trudge it inside the store and we ferment inside.”As the process develops … people often drive by and stop to take a look.”People are invited to come in and ask questions about the process of winemaking and help top up the barrels.”It creates that conversation and it brings people together over a common interest,” Mr Harper said.”The children love it the most though, they want to pull the bungs out and have a look and have a smell.”

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During the fermentation process the bung can push out of the barrel.

Free food sharing program flourishes

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Growing and sharing fresh vegetables is all part of Mr Barker’s GrowFree program. (ABC Radio Adelaide: Brett Williamson)
“There are people in our own street and our own town who could do with a little help, and sharing food is a great way to start.”Mr Barker said there was no limit on how many items a person could take or leave.He said some of the cart stewards had noticed that at some locations the items were completely cleaned out on certain days.While some may be frustrated by this, Mr Barker said that was fine.”If someone does that then they need it.”We just give them the benefit of the doubt and assume that they need to take it all.”

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A wooden frame with a sea shell where Andrew plans to grow a seedling. (ABC Radio Adelaide: Brett Williamson)
International interestGrowFree started in the South Australian south coast town of Goolwa, but soon spread to surrounding areas and is now interstate too.”Up until six months ago we only had about 20 or 30 sharing carts around the place and now there is close to 100,” Mr Barker said.He said he had also had interest from groups in the Netherlands, Iceland and the United States.”There’s some old saying that when you give you also receive, and a lot of people in the group are finding that.” (Supplied: Sarah Kuchler)
“It’s a medium where people can put their excess seeds, seedlings, produce, preserves, baked goods for anyone to pick up,” Mr Barker said.”There is no trading or bartering — it’s just people giving to one another.”Mr Barker said there were just two rules for those taking part; the goods must not be bought and must be free for others to take.He said it was a good way for people to anonymously give and receive, meaning low income earners and homeless people could access fresh food without judgment or fear. Andrew Barker just wanted everyone to be able to access fresh food cheaply.He never dreamt his kernel of an idea would grow to be what it is today.That idea was GrowFree, a movement whereby local communities share their excess homegrown food, often via an old painted changing table in a public area.
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Model T Ford and vintage truck hit the road on outback trek

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Mr Muir’s truck experienced distributor problems at Marree in South Australia, so it was transported to Copley for repairs, much to the amusement of Mr Morgan.Rare sight gets plenty of attentionThe sight of two vintage vehicles on the outback roads attracted plenty of interest.”When we got to Birdsville they didn’t believe we’d come,” Mr Morgan said.”Walker’s Crossing, it was closed to all bar four-wheel-drives under 3 tonne not towing, and they just couldn’t accept that we’d done it.”

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Mr Morgan heads to Birdsville via Walker’s Crossing, despite the warning signs saying the road is only suitable for four-wheel-drives. (Supplied: Norm Morgan)
The car has no doors, and Mr Morgan said he felt close to nature on many occasions during the trip, but especially when kangaroos or emus would dart across the road.The Model T does not have a radio, but the car purrs so loudly travelling at the top speed of 60 kilometres an hour that Mr Morgan would not have been able to hear it anyway.As for whether the Model T Ford will go on another epic road trip, Mr Morgan is not ruling it out.”We will very likely do another trip, maybe this time next year,” he said.”We’ll weigh it up and see what the challenges are, but after what we’ve done, I can’t imagine many challenges will be too great.” It’s an original vehicle. It was a bumpy rideAfter spending weeks sitting on a hard seat, Mr Morgan joked that shock absorbers would have been handy, but he would never modify his beloved Model T.”No way known could I make changes. Two vintage vehicles have travelled on roads recommended for four-wheel-drive travel only in an outback trip spanning 4,000 kilometres.The owners of a 1924 Model T Ford and a 1968 Austin truck have just returned from Birdsville, in south-west Queensland.Norm Morgan and his cousin Phil Muir left Mildura, in north-west Victoria, just over a month ago.Mr Morgan said the Model T had held up remarkably well given the challenging terrain.”I never realised they were such a tough unit,” he said.”The thing was dancing sideways in the sand and the bulldust. (Supplied: Norm Morgan)
By the time Mr Morgan arrived home in Colbinabbin, in central Victoria, he had travelled 5,000 kilometres.”I have to say it’s the longest pub crawl I’ve ever done,” he said. Photo:
Mr Morgan had to wait a week for a spare part to arrive after he lost a wheel near Innamincka in South Australia. Photo:
Norm Morgan is breath-tested outside the Birdsville Hotel. “It got bashed around underneath with the corrugations and it just kept on ticking along, until the wheel fell off of course.”The duo was 80 kilometres from Innamincka when they struck trouble.They ended up spending the week in the town waiting for a car part to be delivered.”Once that part arrived, it took an hour and a half to fit it and we were back on the road again,” Mr Morgan said. Why would I want to degrade it by changing it?” he said. It did it again in the mud when we got rained in at Birdsville.

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Radio tracking keeps eye on regent honeyeaters in Victoria

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App allows details to be accessed quicklyVolunteers use a receiver and antenna to track birds that have previously been fitted with a transmitter.When the birds are tracked, volunteers put details of the bird and its location in a specifically created regent honeyeater app.Mr Johnson said the introduction of the smart phone app this year meant details could be accessed quickly.”It’s a big change from past years where it was paper-based records,” he said.”It enables us to get some real-time data, so as soon as a record goes in, it comes up automatically on our map.”It saves us wasting paper. (ABC Goulburn Murray: Allison Jess)
Volunteers travel to track birdsMr Johnson said volunteers saw radio tracking as a hands-on opportunity to contribute to nature conservation.He said volunteers did not mind travelling to help conserve the species, with many making the trip from Melbourne and South Australia.”We have all types of people helping out including retirees, bird watchers and university students,” he said.”The university students are keen to get some experience in wildlife conservation with the use of apparatus like the radio tracking device.”They get a real buzz out of knowing they are having a significant [impact] in the protection and enhancement of a threated species.” At this stage the 2017 project will continue until at least September. (ABC Goulburn Murray: Allison Jess) Photo:
Glen Johnson uses the ground to get a better view of a regent honeyeater. We don’t have to upload the information at the end of the day and we don’t have to reconfigure a lot of data, as we automatically get a fantastic mapping overview as soon as we put information in.”

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Mr Johnson said regent honeyeaters had a vital ecological role, and the program was an important part of the species’ survival.”Regent honeyeaters are a pollinating species a bit like flying foxes, in that they are largely nomadic and they can have a significant input into the pollination and the health of box-ironbark and other woodland forests,” he said.”We learn a huge amount from radio tracking and it gives us the best chance of showing what habitat, vegetation types they need and use.”It gives us a really good understanding of what makes them tick, where they go, their preferred food source, how long they stay in an area and whether they interact with other species, and if that is desirable or if that is a competition thing.”Mr Johnson said information gained from the program was being used by various stakeholders.”As well as seeing what the honeyeaters use in the national park, we see what they are using on roadsides and on private land,” he said.”We can pass this information onto landholders who want to improve the habitat for this species and others that rely on the box-ironbark vegetation.” While the chill of winter can be felt across parts of north-east Victoria, volunteers are rugging up and meeting weekly at the Chiltern-Mt Pilot National Park to help save the critically endangered regent honeyeater.Volunteers from Victoria, NSW and South Australia are using radio tracking and a smart phone app to monitor and log the movements of the endangered species, north-west of Wangaratta.They are half way into this year’s Captive Release and Community Monitoring project.Glen Johnson, from the Department of Environment Land, Water and Planning’s Hume region, said 2017 was a significant year for the program because it was the first time more than 100 birds had been released into the national park.”It’s a significant injection of the species into the wild population,” he said.In previous years (2008, 2010, 2013 and 2015) about 180 birds in total had been released.

Free ride service to reunite pets with dying owners in the works

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Kimberley is keen to coordinate volunteers to help palliative patients spend time with their pets. (ABC News: Rhiannon Shine)
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“Having them together was very important to him, and he would stress if he was in hospital without the cat.”It is helpful for them and helpful for the animal because both get really stressed [when separated].”The bond between humans and animals is pretty awesome and if I can help out a little bit I am super happy to do so.”Palliative Care Tasmania general manager Colleen Johnstone said pets were an important part of end-of-life care.”[Being away for their animals] can really add to a person’s stress,” she said.”Pets are often the only companions that people might have, particularly elderly people who their spouse may have already died.”Ms Johnstone said patients fretted over the welfare of the pets after they died and wanted their animals close in their final moments.”So the types of services that can provide support [like] transporting pets to hospitals, palliative care units, can really alleviate a lot of stress and provide that level of mental and emotional support,” she said. “My dad recently passed away and his cat was with him most of the journey,” she said. Transitioning into palliative care can be a stressful time, especially when it means moving far from home and loved ones.Leaving behind pets can add to the distress.A Tasmanian woman wanted to ease the burden by setting up a volunteer service that would transport terminally ill people’s pets to be with them in hospital. Kimberly Elford, who runs a pet taxi service, was recently asked to drive two dogs from Wynyard in northern Tasmania to Hobart, where their owner was in palliative care.It was about a four-hour drive.”I refunded their money and asked if they needed the dogs minded while they were here,” she said.”I was happy to do so and I did.”The experience prompted Ms Elford to give a lot more thought to the needs of patients in end-of-life care.”I couldn’t stop thinking about it, about how many people may need a service like this,” she said.”It was a terribly sad situation and I just thought, how can we help?”Ms Elford decided she would set up a free service.She put a callout on her Facebook page asking for volunteers and was overwhelmed by the response.”I have had close to 500 people contact me to offer all kinds of assistance,” she said.”I think it has gone pretty much viral in Tasmania.”The post has been shared nearly 700 times and people have offered lifts for pets from all over the state.Others have offered to provide meals to drivers en route. Pet time alleviates stress and concernJanine Cornish was among those who offered to drive pets from remote parts of the state to be with their owners.

‘Dystopian treasure island’ created for public housing estate kids

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The structure, Coal Flowers, was made from recycled steel and rubber conveyor belts sourced from the mining industry, with solar panels that will power the site.Gilbert described his creation as a “dystopian treasure island”. (Supplied: Stavros Sakellaris)
“Traditionally adventure playgrounds have included a lot of bent nails and bonfires and things like that, so different to a public playground,” Gilbert said.”For me the best adventure playground is not something that’s been designed, it’s wilderness. Instead, it is a sustainable sculpture made by Victorian artist Benjamin Gilbert. Photo:
Benjamin Gilbert wanted to create a substitute for the wilderness for kids to play in. “It’s intentionally drab in colour so the kids activate the space — instead of things being bright and colourful, the kids are the action,” he said.”Given a lot of the people who use the park are new arrivals, there’s a sense of renewal and rebirth of life, to thrive, with the Coal Flowers rising out of the formerly contaminated soil.”We’re surrounded by quite a few high-rise buildings which is unusual for Australia and they have to observe this object every day, so it has to give back [to them].”Gilbert was also behind the Acorn playspace at the National Arboretum in Canberra, as well as several other public sculptures around the country.But at Atherton Gardens, his design is part of a decades-old adventure playground known as Cubbies. “In lieu of wilderness, given it’s not readily accessible in the middle of the city, our substitutes are playgrounds.” ‘This is our playground’Six year-old Helina said her new playground is the best she has ever seen. When you are a kid living in a high-rise building, there’s not a lot of room for physical play.Many of the children living in the Atherton Gardens Public Housing Estate in Fitzroy in inner Melbourne come from disadvantaged, often refugee families.Since the early 1970s, a playspace in the grounds of the estate has given young residents the chance to take risks, get dirty, and make new friends — and it has just received a makeover.The renovated playground is no ordinary off-the-shelf space. Photo:
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It’s easy peasy.”Helina, whose family comes from Ethiopia, lives with her mother and brother in a high-rise building in the Atherton Gardens estate.”This is our playground,” she said. If they just have smiles on their faces, that’s enough.” “I’ve never been to a playground like this,” she said. Cubbies claims to be the first — it was started by a group of Fitzroy residents in 1974, shortly after the Atherton Gardens high rises were built. “We don’t have areas to play in in our buildings so we come here all the time.”What is an adventure playground?The adventure playground philosophy dates back to early last century. “And you don’t even have to drive a car, you can just walk. Photo:
Cubbies was started by a group of Fitzroy residents in 1974. (Supplied: Cubbies)
“We had grotty old cubbies here and there was dirt and sheep and chickens and all the rest of it,” Cubbies chair Margaret Harrison said. “It needs to be somewhere safe, secure and directed play at some stages, because some of these children are quite traumatised.”

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Coal Flowers Fitzroy adventure playground (Supplied: Stavros Sakellaris)
Cubbies will now be handed over to Save the Children to operate.Ms Harrison said its legacy was simple.”So much fun, that’s the message the kids will get,” she said.”Look at them now — screaming and running. “They come from refugee backgrounds, some of them don’t have fathers, there’s eight to 10 children in families and they really needed somewhere to play — this is their backyard. Also known as “junk playgrounds”, they are fenced off spaces where kids can play freely, often using found objects and recycled materials.There are thought to be at least 1,000 such playgrounds in Europe, but just five in Australia. “Then modern rules and regulations started taking over and so we thought that one thing we needed to do was find the children something really creative, to really stretch their imaginations.”Since the 1970s, Cubbies has run on the goodwill of volunteers, and supported generations of children living in the high-rise commission buildings.”This playground services some of the most disadvantaged children in the whole community,” Ms Harrison said.

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Snoop Dogg – Revolution (feat. October London)

The revolution will be televised
They just surrounded my place
[Hook: October London]
The revolution, oh, oh
(Yes)
Me and my brother, we was caught up in a shootout
Split him in the middle cut him up like a potato
The revolution, oh, oh
[Hook: October London]
(The revolution will be televised)
[Hook: October London]

Will be televised
Will be televised
With the ‘K though, like the spray though
The revolution-lution-lution-lution
(The revolution will be televised)
Just Blaze
[Hook: October London]
The revolution-lution-lution-lution
And the revolution will be televised
Sitting back watching, but I’m so unstable
Dududududu
My momma is on the call Why did I do it?
Had to handle, pigs on a nigga, four days
TEC-9’s with a couple 45’s
The revolution, oh, oh, na, na, na, na, na
Will be televised, will be televised
The revolution-lution-lution-lution
And the revolution will be televised
Will be televised
We loot ’til the boot out
This ain’t the local pass cash with the bra fast views
Shot three lil pigs and now my back against the wall
Ayy though, nigga don’t play though
(The revolution will be televised)
The revolution, oh, oh
Will be televised, will be televised
Hold the court in the streets so I can win my case

[Bridge October London]
Will be televised, will be televised
The revolution, oh, oh
(The revolution will be televised)
The revolution, oh, oh
We ain’t runnin’, we shootin’ and lookin’ forward
But this time we gon’ bust, step the fuck back
[Verse 2: Snoop Dogg]
They been doin’ niggas like this for over hundreds of years
The revolution, oh, oh
Nowhere to turn and nowhere to go
TEC-9’s with a couple 45’s
Anybody, somebody, everybody on the floor
(The revolution will be televised)
Poppin’ us, fear, now it’s time for us to clap back
My blood is burnin’ I’m about to blow
Y’all don’t know that my bite is so fatal
This is serious business

(The revolution will be televised)
Oh, oh, oh, oh
Will be televised, will be televised
The revolution, oh, oh
[Intro: Snoop Dogg + October London]
This shit will be viewed on your broadcast news
I been an OG since I was rockin’ in the cradle
Oh, leave ’em on the sideline, bleeding cause he tried mine
(The revolution will be televised)

Oh-oh-oh-oh
(The revolution will be televised)

Kick a fool down like the homie with the 8-0
Will be televised

[Verse 1: Snoop Dogg]
Sculpted left hand full of clay dough
Oh, la-la-la-la-da-da-da
Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh
Huey, Malcolm and Martin, those are my peers
Will be televised
Eight laws of power, eighty-five ways
The revolution

Dustin Lynch – Small Town Boy

She’s my ride or die baby
I guess that’s why she can’t get enough
She’ll take a full moon over those city nights
She loves a small town boy like me, yeah
Small town boy like me
She loves a small town boy like me
She likes my T-shirt
She’s my with me to the end girl
I’m her rockstar
I’m a dirt road in the headlights
She can have anybody that she wants to be
She’s my cool, she’s my crazy
I’m her ride or die baby
Yeah, she loves a small town boy like me
She can have anybody that she wants to be
She can have anybody that she wants to be
I’m turning it up to ten girl
She loves a small town boy like me

She’s my laid back in the front seat
I’ll turn it up to ten girl
I kinda give a damn
Anywhere she wants to be
I ain’t scared to get all up in those bright lights

She’s my with me to the end girl
She can have anybody that she wants to be
She’s my laid back in the front seat

Kinda county line, kinda cold beer
Little hat down, little John Deere
I’m so with you till the end girl
She ain’t gon’ ever lose
Anywhere she wants to be
Yeah, I’m her sure thing
She likes my old boots
You see that girl standing right there

Anywhere she wants to be
I can stick it up
She’s my ride or die baby
I’m her cool, I’m her crazy
Anywhere she wants to be
She’s my cool, she’s my crazy
Yeah, I can smooth it out
I kinda don’t care
I’m a mama’s boy, I’m a fist fight
She loves a small town boy like me
She’s my ride or die baby
I’m her laid back in the front seat
She’s my with me to the end girl
She’s my laid back in the front seat
She loves a small town boy like me

I’m turning it up to ten girl
Likes to slow dance to some old school
She’s my cool, she’s my crazy
Love a small town boy like me
She loves a small town boy like me
She loves a small town boy like me
Let’s turn it up to ten girl

I’m her go to

Jorja Smith – Teenage Fantasy

When we are young
When we got it we don’t seem to want it

[Pre-Chorus]
Want it when we can’t have it
That I think I’ve fallen for
[Chorus]
[Verse 1]
And get upset when you didn’t text back
Want it when we can’t have it
Maybe I was blind, I was young, I didn’t have a clue
And thought I was in love with you
I was warned by my brothers to find another lover
If I look into the future
[Bridge]
I was warned by my brothers to find another lover
Who we think is the one
That I think I’ve fallen for
When I was told by my father
Sit back and enjoy the vibe
Want it when we can’t have it
I’ve got a lot of things to do
You were the topic of my lunch times
[Chorus]

Want it when we can’t have it
When we are young
I need to grow and find myself before I let somebody love me

Just to fit in
Because at the moment I don’t know me
When we got it we don’t seem to want it
When we got it we don’t seem to want it
We all want a teenage fantasy
We all want a teenage fantasy
[Pre-Chorus]
Life’s a big old ride
We all want a teenage fantasy
Do I really see this boy
What if I had been a fool
We all want a teenage fantasy
Take your time
We all want a teenage fantasy
Life’s a big old ride
If I look into the future
Want it when we can’t have it

When we got it we don’t seem to want it
[Chorus]
I’d bore the girls about our chance

We all want a teenage fantasy
There’s no need to rush
Who we think is the one
Just to fit in

Stop falling for these boys who didn’t want the same as me
Do I really see this boy
You weren’t the boy I thought I knew
We all want someone
Want it when we can’t have it
Sit back and enjoy the vibe
Stop falling for these boys who didn’t want the same as me
And I was told by my mother
Take your time
We all want someone
There’s no need to rush
When we got it we don’t seem to want it
[Verse 2]
When we got it we don’t seem to want it

Scotty ATL – Top Drop (feat. Curren$y)

In and out of lanes dripping drops of paint
Came out the motherfucking mud, that’s my cellphone
Window down, top drop chiefin’ on a fat one
Window down, top drop chiefin’ on a fat one
Outta ten hoes, nigga bet you I could mac one
Saw a shooting star yesterday, felt God was speaking

Outta ten hoes, nigga bet you I could mac one
My windows down, my wheels rolling like skates
[Chorus]
Outta ten hoes, nigga bet you I could mac one
30 minutes in the dealership, new paper plates
Window down, top drop
I did a burnout it look like the tires exploded
Rolex out the window of a super sport Nova
Was scared for me, momma I made it
Nigga gon’ get my guap
In and out of traffic like a nigga playing hopscotch
I had a couple rolled up when I rolled up
After investing so much, but they belong to the game don’t none of ’em belong to us
The booth was in the bathroom, front room where the homies engineered

Cheeseballs, Dana Dane’s, smoking my own strain
Window down, top drop

Checks, Cool Club, lames get no love
Mentally independent the last lyricist the original track flippers
Your friends couldn’t talk until your rap was through
What you know about, going in for the win, going all the way out
Window down, top drop
Had to let my nuts hang a little, new territory
Window down, top drop chiefin’ on a fat one
Some of the trillest in the game who still remain
[Verse 2: Scotty ATL]
[Chorus]
Some squares tucking they broads now, don’t want to lose your world
Window down, top drop
Window down, top drop chiefin’ on a fat one
What you saying lil homie?
Window down, top drop
In my heart too much pain, crying on my guap like

Window down, top drop chiefin’ on a fat one
[Verse 1: Curren$y]
Window down, top drop chiefin’ on a fat one
Window down, top drop
I done unlocked the fence, and I let the dogs out
Window down, top drop chiefin’ on a fat one
Tears of joy, damn I’m proud of myself
Tryna make the block rock, tryna find the soft spot
Window down, top drop chiefin’ on a fat one
I’m holding, but that’s like everyday if you know me
[Chorus]
Went from spam in the can, to sea bass on plates
I kiss my cross for my dead lil homie
Walk in the bank with that bag, the reefer wreaking
Window down, top drop chiefin’ on a fat one
ATL, New Orleans, straight drop, we pushing Wraiths

Stefflon Don – Envy Us (feat. Abra Cadabra)

Me know plenty pussy, but they never understand them
When they see us
But she was just another gyal in the room
Them gyal want you
[Outro: Stefflon Don]
Baby, come whine for me
He’s there for me
You’re the only one
They envy us, they envy us
Know that you colder than me
24/7, 243
Never let a dancer no push up on me
When they see us
They envy us, they envy us
When they see us
When they see us
When they see us
She’s a rude girl, wanna go to my telly
When they see us
See that body on, see that body don’t sleep
[Hook: Abra Cadabra]
We gettin’ love from these groupies, I know

He want me
243
She there for me
They envy us, they envy us
When they see us
When they see us
She say that her body never told

You see right now

They envy us, they envy us
[Verse 1: Abra Cadabra]
Blue light murder, kill everythin’
Yeah yeah yeah
Red on my feet like somebody blood spilled
Yeah, I seen her on the dance with the gang
[Hook: Abra Cadabra]
[Verse 2: Stefflon Don]
He said your the girl I wanna show to my family
She said there’s nothin’ she won’t do for me
They can’t hang with us, they ain’t real
So don’t take your time on me
Wet the ting, oh I
Them gyal want you
She said that she got tips on you
Baby girl, there’s somethin’ about the way you talk
Wrap on, wrap off, me no eatin’ a dry guy
She knows that I stuck and I’m really gonna blow
They envy us, they envy us

But them gon’ be a number 2
You’re the only one
So you couldn’t never take me for fool
Them gyal want you
They envy us, they envy us
He said there’s nothin’ he won’t do for me
24/7, he want me
I’m still a rude boy so she’s usually mad at me
She’s talkin’ shit
Poppa I say lift, plenty ill with the finest
Pull up in a automobile with black wheels
Them gyal want you
And make me scream
[Verse 3: Stefflon Don & Abra Cadabra]
See the way you lyin’ to me for
Even though you’re older, I know you gon’ handle me
They envy us, they envy us
Mash up the ting, me no eatin’ a shy guy
You’re the only one
No problem, no problem
I know that you colder than me
[Intro: Abra Cadabra]

When they see us
I mash her up so much that you never gon’ walk
They envy us, they envy us
Them gyal want you
[Hook: Stefflon Don & Abra Cadabra]
See when it all goes down and the bitches go out
They envy us, they envy us
Call me baby all night

You’re the only one
Them never ready when the Don want them
They envy us, they envy us
Baby, put your body over me
They envy us, they envy us
Fight man is 41, man do me ting
Me, I’m the ting, with them all
You’re the only one
Roll it with my bro, they gon’ say no

She won’t never tell the truth
My swag dangerous, my swag kills
You’re the only one
We gettin’ love from these groupies, I know
They envy us, they envy us
Always on my mind, what you do to me?
A nigga really gonna blow
Get them all dead, up mashed them in the casket
And she be hangin’ with the crew
‘Cause now I got my eyes on you
When they see us
1-2, me know they gon’ like this

Travi$ Scott – Birds In The Trap

Got a white bitch snorting up snow
Riding around the city with my eyes closed (yah, yah)
And she snorting three lines like Adidas
She said she want more
She said she want more

She said she want more (ooh)
Heard they take that, then they change like a mood ring (yah, yah)
Say she want real niggas in the party
Bitch looking for a phone, I ain’t seen it
I got a couple pussy niggas in their feelings
[Hook: NAV]
And she snorting three lines like Adidas
‘Cause their main bitch wanna come see me
I just poured a 8 in a liter
Yeah, I’mma get more (ooh)
Know you heard a lot about ’em (yah)
Bitch close the door, there’s shit on your nose (ooh)
I just poured a 8 in a liter
She said she want more
She fucked all my bros, she’s snorting the snow (that coca)
Free Stix, I’m poured up and I’m leanin’
Drove back to the hood Lambo (ooh)
[Intro: NAV]
She said she want more
Bite me, ride me (yah)

She said she want more
Crushed Xans, crushed Xans in my soda
Throw some Jolly Ranchers in, make it sweeter
Riding around the city with my eyes closed (ooh)
Ain’t no service in the mountains (straight up)
Nightmares, high life, sleepy, night-night (yah)
Throw some Jolly Ranchers in, make it sweeter
Yeah, I’mma get more (ooh)
Versace my clothes, I’m with a white hoe
Got a black girl rolling off Molly
She said she want more
[Outro: Travis Scott]
If they kick down the door, we gon’ get locked for sure
White—bitch, bitch—, she—thick bitch
Help me, pelase
Ooh-ah
She got Anna Nicole all in her nose
Crushed Xans, crushed Xans in my soda
She said she want more (ooh)
Crazy Girls got it popping, AOD got it popping (yah, yah)
Are you sure you want to party with the demons?
Yeah, I’mma get more

Bitch, close the door, there’s shit on your nose (ooh, that coca)
Parents gon’ leave the keys to the condo
Told Frost bring the water, no Fiji
Drove back to the hood Lambo (ooh)
So I’mma get more
I watched ’em take that, then they change like a mood ring
I’m—lit—, light-—yah, -ning, bitch— (yah)
She said she want more (ooh)
Bitch, close the door, there’s shit on your nose (that coca)
She said she want more
Beast, beast it (yah)
Say she want real niggas in the party
So I’mma get more
[Hook: NAV & Travis Scott]
Flashes, spotlight, pull up, nice guy (yah, yah)

Pulled out of the hood Toyota
Got a black girl rolling off Molly
Yeah, I’mma get more
I just poured a 8 in a liter

Your girl is a hoe, you need to let go
That coca
Won’t you come to the bottom?
So I’mma get more
Sniper, swiper, rapper, trapper (ooh, yah)
Parents gon’ leave the keys to the condo
[Verse 2: Travis Scott]
Got a white bitch sniffin’ on Bieber
Fuck it, I’mma get more (I’mma get more)
Now she’s touching her toes
Versace my clothes, I’m with a white hoe
Strike me, indict me (yah, yah)
Got a white bitch snorting up snow
[Verse 1: NAV]
So I’mma get more (ooh)
Bitch, close the door, there’s shit on your nose
Tryna text my accountant
Pulled out of the hood Toyota

Trippie Redd – Romeo & Juliet

Yo’ love is my medicine, lil’ baby
‘Cause…
I’m in all white, like the fucking navy
It’s all i want, got a nigga faded

Bring me down
[Hook: Trippie Redd]
Baby your love
Baby, your love is my medicine, when i’m up
Love Scars, skurt!
[Hook: Trippie Redd]
Your love is my medicine, baby
Baby your love is my medicine
[OUTRO]
Yo’ love is my medicine, lil’ baby
Yo’ love is my medicine
Ayy, yo’ love is my medicine, when I’m up, bring me down
Throwin’ up the Roc’, like a nigga Jay-Z
A Love Letter To You
Ohhhhhhhh!
You, you
Ay, no , don’t play me, noooo
Baby your love is my medicine, when I’m up, bring me down
Hey, yo’ love, is so amazing
Your love is my medicine
Your love is my medicine lil baby

Yoooooo loooovveeee, baby yoooooooo loooooovvvveee
Awwww, don’t play me, nooooooo
Uh, no, don’t play me, nooooo
Your love is my medicine, when im up, bring me down
Yeah, don’t play me, noooooooo
Oooohhh!
‘Cause that’s all mine, that’s my lil’ baby
I’ma take his soul, if she try to play me

Yoooooo loooovveeee, baby yoooooooo loooooovve
[Verse 1: Trippie Redd]
Baby, yo’ love is my medicine
Flames Armageddon, yelling Jesus save me
Shawty on fire, yeah she really blazin’
(Huh!) Yo’ love is my medicine, when I’m up, bring me down
[Intro: Trippie Redd]
Ooooooh!
Baby yo’ love is my medicine, when I’m up, bring me down
(Huh!) Yo’ love is my medicine, when I’m up, bring me down
Your love is my medicine, when i’m up, bring me down
Your love

Taylor Bennett – Roof Gone

No more fucking in the car
Baby, I’m tripping like we don’t got time to move feet right
We used to roll cassette tapes, hotbox like a VCR
Take me to the crib like a newborn
I heard that he wrote your ass a new song, new song, new song

We used to roll cassette tapes, hotbox like a VCR
[Verse 1]
Just to wake up in the morning with the roof gone
What would you do for a Klondike?

I heard that he wrote your ass a new song, new song, new song
Call your boy when you needed some CPR
Sweet sights
I heard that he wrote your ass a new song, new song, new song
You ain’t have to do none
Call your boy when you need you some CPR
[Outro]
When you’re too high
[Verse 2]
We fight, like it was love in the city but we call them street fights
Just to wake up and see you gazing at stars
Too, when you’re too, when you’re too high
(Too high)
Cough, pour, repeat till we lost him, no CPR
I can tell that she got her a new song
She star gazing from afar
My type, what would you do?
No more fucking in the car
I heard that he wrote your ass a new song, new song, new song
Wake up in the morning with the roof gone, roof gone, roof gone
2am, make a nigga do some
Loving for you was a love and a loss in the meantime
No more fucking in the car
Knew I
She star gazing from afar
Just to wake up and see you gazing at stars
We take a ride to the park in the dark in the steam ride
Shouldn’t get high
Call your boy when you needed some CPR
Whole day hotboxing inside your car
My new son, baby shine brighter than a limelight
Just to wake up to see you gazing at stars
Two rights, make it a wrong like a wrong and a right could do some
Whole day hotboxing inside your car
With the roof, it’s the roof, when the roof’s gone
Whole day hotboxing inside my car
When you’re too, too
Wake up in the morning with the roof gone, roof gone, roof gone
Just to wake up and see you gazing at stars
We used to roll cassette tapes, hotbox like a VCR
[Intro]

Wake up in the morning with the roof gone, troops home
We used to roll cassette tapes, hotbox like a VCR
I heard you got a new song
We used to roll cassette tapes, hotbox like a VCR
Roof gone, roof gone, roof gone

Whole day hotboxing inside my car
A sweet bite
Whole day hotboxing inside my car
Wake up in the morning with the roof gone, roof gone, roof gone
[Hook]
Just to wake up to see you gazing at stars
I heard you got a new, new
Too, when you’re too high
Ooh, I
Just to wake up in the morning with the roof gone
Call your boy when you needed some CPR
Pussy was so lukewarm, have a nigga too sore
Meantime
[Hook]
Heat rise, she got a song on her phone from a new guy

Wolf Alice – Yuk Foo (Lyric Video)

[Verse 2]
Yeah I have feelings, ’cause I’m a human

No, I don’t give a shit
Well, deplore me
Punch me in my face, I wouldn’t even fight you no more
Fuck all my friends and all the people in the street
You bore me to death
Well, deplore me
You bore me to death

No, I don’t give a shit

No, I don’t give a shit
And now I’m fucked, and that fucks you too
[Verse 3]
I’m not a fool but I have a rage and it’s blinding
No, I don’t give a shit
[Verse 1]
Well, deplore me
You bore me to death
I wanna fuck all the people I meet
No, I don’t give a shit
[Chorus]
[Outro]

You bore me to death
You bore me to death
You bore me
Am I a bitch to not like you anymore?

You bore me to death
Well, deplore me

[Chorus]
Well, deplore me
So fuck the world, and you, and you and
[Post-Chorus]
[Bridge 2]
I feel it coming, Yeah I’m unwinding
‘Cause you bore me
No, I don’t give a shit
You bore me to death

No, I don’t give a shit
‘Cause you bore me
Well, I don’t give a shit (shit, shit, shit)
Totally self-destructive, constantly consuming
I feel it coming, is it exciting?
[Chorus]
You bore me to death
You bore me to death
‘Cause you bore me
You bore me
No, I don’t give a shit
I don’t wanna be cruel, but you’re really grinding

You bore me

[Chorus]
Well, deplore me