Tu no metes cabra – Bad Bunny letra

Letra Bad Bunny – Tu no metes cabra
Cuando ustedes me ven, yo sé que tiemblan
Yo estoy ready 24 hours
El Father, pídanme la bendición
/Tú no metes cabra, saramambiche/(x7)
Y si te me esbocas, nos vamos al switche.(tu no metes cabra)
Yeh, estoy subiendo como espuma
Prendiéndole en la cara al que no fuma
Ando con Adidas veloces como un puma
El Undertaker saliendo de la bruma
Y se apagan las luces, prende el wax para que me muses
Tú no metes cabra, tú no luces
No es el Mercedes, es quien lo conduce
Y dime que son Retro sin un Jordan que las use
Evita el delay versuri-lyrics.info
Aquí si no te ponchamos, te damos doble play
No existe replay, son Miami sin Lebron y Wade
Nos vamos a switcher, aunque me fichen
Me tiran pero soy un pitcher
Tu jeva loca que me la chiche
Yo matando y tú mirando en los bleacher.
/Tú no metes cabra, saramambiche/ (x7)
Y si te me esbocas, nos vamos al switche. Yo controlo la calle sin ser bichote
Un melón y pico entre el pote
Yo tengo el pique flow chipotle
Shaquille O’Neal debajo del aro
Nadie me quita un rebote
La nueva religión, yo soy la nueva era
El responsable de que ustedes se cayeran
Apartamento frente al mar, lo tengo de pecera
Y el sour diesel directo de la nevera
Se bebe y se chinga como en prom
Yo soy un hijueputa.com
En el VIP soy Donald Trump
Yo tengo to’ Gucci hasta las foam, yehhh. Bad Bunny letras
Video cabra /Tú no metes cabra, saramambiche/(x7)
Y si te me esbocas, nos vamos al switcheee.

Who dat boy – Tyler the Creator lyrics

Who dat boy? Who else step in this b*tch this jig? Nigga, who dem is, nigga? Who him is? Who dem is? Why you puttin’ bad vibes in the air like that? Who dem boys? Nigga who dem boys? Him that nig-ga, I swear
Stand up guy, him don’t need no chair
Well, where the f*ck him at? Who else your b*tch say got a bick this big? Nigga, who dat boy? Lyrics Tyler the Creator – Who dat boy
Yo, who dat boy? Who him is? Who him is? Who else came through with a wrist this flick? ‘Cause nigga, I’m right here
I don’t shop at the mall, all y’all just
Dumb mothaf*cka
I’m a goddamn artist
You can give me some markers and I’ll draw you a closet
And you know that it’s GOLF
b*tch gon’ and make the deposit
Nigga fresh to death like he got dressed in a coffin
Cons, overalls, and a striped shirt
The boy drip swag like a broken faucet
It’s runnin’, nigga, I’m runnin’
S**t, that cherry be the bomb like he ran in Boston
Won’t stop ’til the cops surround him
One nigga jiggy and the other awesome
With his f*ckin’ face blown off, that’s how they found him
It’s Young T. Mad ’cause a nigga’s neck chill like that
Mad ’cause a nigga push weight like that? Who him is? Nigga, Guess my pants, do my dance
Spin around, b*tch, you can kiss my a*s
Never seen your nigga in this much Raf
Still doin’ math when I miss my class
Was it Summertime ’06, had the number 9
Nigga, never mind, wasn’t nothin’ but time before Vince
Had the Gucci gold tips with the letterman
Nigga, dollar sign was my favorite number at the time
Fresh freshmen ’til they skipped my a*s
Senior citizen, don’t forget my pass
Been that nigga and you knew that there
Make the d*ck disappear, how she do that there? Nigga, who dem is? Why you niggas feel like that? Who dat boy?
Nigga, who dem is, nigga? Who dat boy? Why you puttin’ bad vibes in the air? Tyler the Creator lyrics
Video boy Who him is? Who dat boy? Call me, my name is Lonely, nice to meet you
Here’s my number, you can reach me, woo! Who dem boys? Nigga, who dat boy? Who him is? Mad ’cause a nigga’s neck chill like that
Mad ’cause a nigga push weight like that? Why you niggas feel like that? Who him is? 911, call me, call me some time
911, call me, call me some time
911, call me, call me some time
911, call me
911, call meee. f*ck the rap, I’m tryna own a planet
From my other f*ckin’ business ventures
These niggas these days
Actin’ like some b*tches, like they’re f*ckin’ with ya (yeah)
Teeth is glistenin’, Jesus, Christmas
He just shittin’, she exquisite, b*tches be expensive (oh, no, nigga)
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WANG$AP on the bumper sticker, f*ck you niggas
f*ck global warming, my neck is so frio
I’m currently lookin’ for ’95 Leo
My mom say she worried because I’m so ill
I should stay in bed, but got too much bread
To make, she said watch my weight
So I stayed home and start eatin’ some meals
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Boy that’s McLaren, that’s to 60 in 2 point nueve, I’m gone
Call me, call me, call me, uh
Call me, call me, call me, uh
Call me, call me, call me, uh
Call me, call me, call me
Call me, how you doin’?

Chinatown – Liam Gallagher lyrics

Take me down through the streets of China Town
Show me that you know some places
God told me live a life of luxury
All our lives we’ve both been waiting. Take me down through the streets of China Town
Show me that you know some places
God told me live a life of luxury
All our lives we’ve both been waitinggg. Tell of funny doses, eliminate neurosis
And some say it’s the cause of it all
Concentrate on winning
Forget about beginning
Forget about the middle and end. Liam Gallagher lyrics
Video Liam Gallagher
Me I just believe in the sun.(chinatown)
Take me down through the streets of China Town
Show me that you know some places
God told me live a life of luxury
All our lives we’ve both been waiting. Lyrics Liam Gallagher – Chinatown
Well the cops are taking over
While everyone’s in yoga
‘Coz happiness is still a warm gun
What’s it to be free man? Versuri-lyrics.info
What’s a European?

Signs of life – Arcade Fire lyrics

Looking for signs of lifeee
Looking for signs every night
But there’s no signs of lifeee
So we do it again
Still looking for signs of life (Looking for signs of lifeee)
Looking for signs every night
But there’s no signs of lifeee
So we do it again. Looking for signs of lifeee
Looking for signs every night
But there’s no signs of lifeee
So we do it again
Looking for signs of lifeee
Looking for signs every night
But there’s no signs of lifeee
So we do it again. Those cool kids
Stuck in the past
In a world of cigarette ash
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“Where are we going?”
Who did you ask? Who did you ask? Looking for signs of lifeee
Looking for signs every night
But there’s no signs of lifeee
So we do it again
Looking for signs of lifeee
Looking for signs every night
But there’s no signs of lifeee
So we do it againnn. Arcade Fire lyrics
Video life (Still looking)
Looking for signs of lifeee
(Signs of lifeee)
Still looking for signs of lifeee
(Signs of lifeee).
You think you invented life
You find it hard to define
But you do it every time
Then you do it again. Looking for signs of lifeee
Looking for signs every night
But there’s no signs of lifeee
So we do it again
Looking for signs of lifeee
Looking for signs every night
But there’s no signs of lifeee
So we do it again. Those cool kids
Stuck in the past
In a world of cigarette ash
“Where are we going?”
Who did you ask? Who did you ask? First kiss tastes like cigarettes
Dead man walking take your bets
Once again you lost your friends
Around and around again
Those cool kids
Stuck in the past
Apartments of cigarette ash
“Where are we going?”
Who did you ask? Lyrics Arcade Fire – Signs of life
Those cool kids
Stuck in the past
Apartments of cigarette ash
Wait outside until it begins
Won’t be the first ones in
Spend your life waiting in line
You find it hard to define
But you do it every time
Then you do it again.(signs of life)
Looking for signs of life
Looking for signs every night
But there’s no signs of life
So we do it again
Looking for signs of life
Looking for signs every night
But there’s no signs of life
So we do it again. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
Friday, Saturday, sometimes Sunday
Love is hard, s*x is easy
God in heaven, could you please me?

Donated pumpkins delivered to thousands in need

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Pathfinders received more than seven tonnes of pumpkins from farms in northern NSW. (ABC Radio Sydney: Amanda Hoh)
Thousands of pumpkins have been sent to Sydney this week to help feed underprivileged communities.Not-for-profit organisation Pathfinders has been delivering the winter vegetable to those in need across Newcastle and Sydney as part of its annual Pumpkin Run, now in its fourth year.The pumpkins are usually grown at the organisation’s youth working farm Tilbuster Station near Armidale, however bad weather ruined the majority of the crops about two months ago.The group instead turned to the New England community which donated more than seven tonnes of pumpkins, from butternuts to Queensland blues. Many people here have been deserted by their families because they’ve had problems.”

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Newtown Mission serves warm meals to at least 100 people a day. (ABC Radio Sydney: Amanda Hoh)
“We’ve gone what I call down the slippery pole and no-one wants to know us anymore, because I lost everything in my divorce,” she said.”Even though I’m in department housing I consider myself homeless because I lost everything and I don’t feel as safe there.”It’s not unique. External Link:

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“Particularly in the city, a lot of people are homeless,” Pathfinders chief executive Alan Brennan said.”Right across Australia, every night there are 100,000 people living homeless and what we’re trying to do is provide nutritious food to children, young people and needy families.”‘Our responsibility’ to helpThe produce has been given to nursing homes, soup kitchens, youth refuges and other charities.On Wednesday, volunteers teamed up with OzHarvest to cook some of the pumpkins into soup and curries which were delivered to Jordan’s Cafe, run by Newtown Mission Uniting Church.The cafe offers free meals to visitors like Clare, who regularly comes for lunch “for the company”. Photo:
Clare says there is little support for those isolated from their families. (ABC Radio Sydney: Amanda Hoh)
Pastor of Newtown Mission Brian Unterrheiner said more should be done to support those in need.”All too often we turn a blind eye and think it’s someone else’s responsibility,” he said.”But in a real family or a real community, the poor are always with us and it’s really our responsibility to make sure they’re OK and take responsibility for their welfare because we could all be in that position tomorrow.”The Pumpkin Run culminates on Thursday at Government House at an event hosted by Governor David Hurley.
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Melbourne’s best playgrounds, as chosen by you

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Possibly Melbourne’s most expensive public playground, Glen Eira Council spent $10.8 million building Booran Reserve on the site of a former reservoir.Among its many attractions are in-ground trampolines, a double flying fox, and Australia’s first double-dome climbing net.Bridge Road Regional Playspace, StrathtullohThis playground near Melton South is sure to become more popular as the new suburbs of Strathtulloh and Cobblebank spring up nearby. ABC Radio Melbourne asked its Facebook fans to nominate their favourite local playgrounds.Booran Reserve, Glen Huntly

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Glen Eira Council opened the $10 million Booran Reserve playground in April. Tell us on the ABC Melbourne Facebook Page. It’s school holidays in Victoria, and if you’re a parent of a primary school child, it’s likely you’ll be at a playground sometime this weekend.So why not make it a good one? (Supplied: Mornington Peninsula Shire)
The City of Mornington has recently redeveloped the Rosebud Foreshore as part of its Destination Rosebud program.The redevelopment included the construction of a large waterside playground next to Rosebud pier. Ruffey Lake Park, Templestowe

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Ruffey Lake Park includes playgrounds for both toddlers and older children. The all-abilities wooden playground includes swings, a climbing net and cubby houses modelled on local buildings. Children can climb Mimi, slide down her tail, hide in her eggs or roar like a dinosaur through her in-built megaphone.Nature Play, Royal Park

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City of Melbourne’s Nature Play was named Australia’s best playground. (Supplied: Yarra Ranges Council)
Yarra Ranges Council may have just opened its new intergenerational playspace at Lilydale Lake Park, but the Montrose Community Playground remains a firm local favourite. (Supplied: Whybin TBWA / Medibank)
The other parks on this list may feature flying foxes or water play areas, but do they have a dinosaur?Opened in 2014, the centrepiece of McNish Reserve is Mimi the Muttaburrasaurus, a dinosaur-shaped playground activity designed by Footscray’s BiGfiSh Workshop. It has everything a playground needs including trampolines, a flying fox, monkey bars and water play. McNish Reserve, Yarraville

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McNish Reserve is known to locals as Dinosaur Park. Rosebud Foreshore

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The playground at Rosebud Foreshore is a reason to visit the beach this winter. Have we missed your favourite? (Supplied: Mamma Knows Melbourne)
Ruffey Lake Park features three playgrounds, including a large toddler area and an adventure playground for older kids.The 68-hectare park also has barbecues, picnic areas and, of course, Ruffey Lake.Montrose Community Playground

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Montrose Community Playground is a great playground in a bush setting. (Supplied: D Hannah)
Just around the corner from the Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne’s Nature Play was last year named best playground by the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects.The design reflects the seven Wurundjeri seasons and features a climbing forest, water and sand play, swings and rocky slopes with slides.
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Bridge Road Playspace will no doubt become more popular as new suburbs are built nearby. (Supplied: Melton City Council)

Here’s cheers to 10 years of Dry July

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July 01, 2017 09:00:00

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Adam embraces the opportunity to try some fancy mocktails during Dry July.
Despite having spent the past 10 years “going dry” each July, Adam Spencer still gets a shock when he calculates how much he drinks the other 11 months of the year.”It’s not a shaming exercise,” he said.”But if you take a month off, most people underestimate how much they drink.”When you take a month off, it gives you this interesting snapshot of your own relationship with alcohol.”Spencer is the patron of the Dry July Foundation, a yearly fundraising initiative to raise money for cancer support organisations. Here’s Spencer’s tips for skipping the boozeEmbrace it as an opportunity and not a challenge.Get the message out as much as possible to get people to sponsor you.Hang around your really pissed mates and become their Uber service for the next month.Continually remind yourself as to where the money is going and the difference it can all make.Don’t beat up on yourself if you have a beer one day, get someone to sponsor you for it. and raising money for a good cause at the same time.”You look at giving up the booze as a sacrifice, or you can look at it as having the best four weeks.” This will be Spencer’s 10th year doing Dry July.Its first year came about while Spencer was presenting the Breakfast program on ABC Radio Sydney.A caller to the station who’d had a cancer scare wanted to raise money for Prince of Wales Hospital by giving up drinking along with two of his friends.An overwhelming response from listeners saw those involved far exceed their initial $3,000 fundraising target.”We had this awkward moment at Prince of Wales Hospital when we handed over our $3,000 cheque that was for $257,000,” Spencer recalled.”They looked at us and said: ‘That’s going to be a bloody good TV mate.'”They ended up painting their outside recreational area and we suddenly realised a beast had been born.”The Dry July Foundation was officially created in 2008. External Link:

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Doing it for othersThis year the foundation expects 20,000 people to go dry in July.Already more than $1 million has been raised, bringing the total amount of funds raised over the past decade to $30 million.Cancer support organisations have used the money to help improve the wellbeing of people affected by cancer.Some examples include subsided accommodation for rural patients who would otherwise travel hours each day for treatment, providing state-of-the-art chemotherapy chairs, and renovating recreational areas for patients.Tips for getting through the monthMany participants use the month as a good excuse to start a health kick.But Spencer urged people to remember there was also a cause behind it.”There’s a considerable number of people doing it that look forward to the health benefit,” he said.”I do it for that …
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