MoneyBagg Yo – Trending (Federal 3X Album)

shit
You used to be cool, you used to be aight
Now you my enemy
Got an all black draco with a hundred some shots for ’em
I can shoot for infinity
I won’t go back and for dissing you on no internet
That shit take too much energy
Everybody know that I trained you
Daniel San, you like my mini-me
I’m still hood with it
I pulled up at Church’s and got me a two piece, I’m ridin’ in a two seat
With a bitch that act boujie, she act like Karruche
I’m grippin’ the wheel, other hand on her coochie
I really did run up some change, them facts
Couple stains on my shirt from the drank, this Act
Why you tryn’ come for me, damn relax
The burner click clack, your brains go splat

[Chorus]
I’m trending
My shirt, my belt, my shoes, the shit come from Fendi
These racks can’t fit in my jeans ’cause I’m rockin’ skinnies
I walk in a room full of bosses and you know I’m blending
She say I’m a hood nigga with no sense but bitch I got plenty
I put that Malaysian up in her head, told her take out that Remy
I’ma count money ’til I’m dead, lord forgive me for sinning
I try to be cool, you gon’ make the news, I don’t know why niggas envy
Forever talk about me, one of the greatest so you know I’m trending
[Verse 2]
That lil money you gettin’ ain’t shit to me
I just counted four hundred large nigga
I’m with some hitters that don’t give a fuck
They gon’ leave your ass scarred nigga
Why MoneyBagg run the rap game? I don’t know, should ask God nigga
I got your bitch, she open for me
I just had a menage with her
Two bitches one me, that’s three federal
Two stacks on the Cartier’s, I can see better
I’m draped in Fendi and the F stand for fuck y’all
Yeah I’m talkin’ ’bout whoever
I bought some choppers with clips that curve on ’em
Just like that C letter
Run up on me if you want to, I heard cry out
Big as Coachella
Ah shit, ah shit
I got them bands on me, they marching
I hit the kushy then pop me a perky
Now I’m kickin’ shit with the martians
Pluto, Mars, no Bruno
I’m number one like my name was Uno
She gave me head, no Nu Gro
Then I got off and skrt-ed off in a two door, hey
[Chorus]
I’m trending
My shirt, my belt, my shoes, the shit come from Fendi
These racks can’t fit in my jeans ’cause I’m rockin’ skinnies
I walk in a room full of bosses and you know I’m blending
She say I’m a hood nigga with no sense but bitch I got plenty
I put that Malaysian up in her head, told her take out that Remy
I’ma count money ’til I’m dead, lord forgive me for sinning
I try to be cool, you gon’ make the news, I don’t know why niggas envy
Forever talk about me, one of the greatest so you know I’m trending
[Outro]
I’m still hood with it
I pulled up at Church’s and got me a two piece, I’m ridin’ in a two seat
With a bitch that act boujie, she act like Karruche
I’m grippin’ the wheel, other hand on her coochie
I really did run up some change, them facts
Couple stains on my shirt from the drank, this Act
Why you tryn’ come for me, damn relax
The burner click clack, your brains go splat [Intro]
Like when you hear this type of shit you know the check go right up
Haha
Federal, ugh ugh
[Chorus]
I’m trending
My shirt, my belt, my shoes, the shit come from Fendi
These racks can’t fit in my jeans ’cause I’m rockin’ skinnies
I walk in a room full of bosses and you know I’m blending
She say I’m a hood nigga with no sense but bitch I got plenty
I put that Malaysian up in her head, told her take out that Remy
I’ma count money ’til I’m dead, lord forgive me for sinning
I try to be cool, you gon’ make the news, I don’t know why niggas envy
Forever talk about me, one of the greatest so you know I’m trending
[Verse 1]
Ah shit, ah shit
Yeah, I’m on some boss shit
I’m fuckin’ the game good and I just came in it
I’m on some raw shit
I’m fuckin’ your bitch and she grabbin’ and clutchin’ on me
Like she a crawfish
These niggas mosquitos and I might just spray at ’em
Spray at ’em, I’m on some Off!

MoneyBagg Yo – Important (Federal 3X Album)

[Verse 1]
All this ice on me, I’m cold, I need a Montclair
All this water on me, I’m wet, I need some swim gear
I fuck bitches by the threes, I don’t do the pairs
And I only fuck with the gang, I don’t do the squares
She call me daddy when she see me, yeah she glad to see me
I was starvin’, now you see me on your plasma TV
I hit the gas and get on my level, and it take me there
I just might spazz, I just might crash
If they don’t play me fair
Glock nine on me all in my shows, tucked in my underwear
And I’ma blow it if a nigga try me, please don’t take me there
Guap all in my pocket look like thigh pads
When your belt cost a lot she like why sag? If you want problems don’t avoid that
I leveled up, I feel important
I leveled up, I feel important
[Outro]
I leveled up, I feel important
(I leveled up, I feel important)
I leveled up, I feel important
I leveled up, I feel important
(I leveled up, I feel important)
I leveled up, I feel important
I leveled up, I feel important If you want problems don’t avoid that
I leveled up, I feel important
I leveled up, I feel important
[Verse 2]
I’m hearin’ voices sayin’ flex on ’em
I’m whippin’ dope with the Patek on me
I’m always good, ain’t gotta check on me
She hit me up, she wanna sex on me
I’m a dog, I’m a pit on ’em
Giraffe head, she got a neck on her
Bust in her face, made a mess on her
And she didn’t wipe it off, she just licked on it
The drank got me pudgy, the Audemar floody
I’m on they ass like some Huggies
I know I got clones, they wanna get on
They get in they zone and study
Tell the label open up the budget
Let’s run up them numbers like fuck it
Ropes on me, double dutchin’
I don’t know you so I’m clutchin’
I wasn’t at no BET Awards
I wanted the XXL
They didn’t wanna give me my recognition
Like my shit ain’t hard as hell
Oh well, guess they thought I would fail
I told ’em time will tell
I went and bought my whole squad cars
No I ain’t talkin’ ’bout 12

[Chorus]
I leveled up, I feel important
Came up with this without a chorus
About my green like a forest
In your city like a tourist
Where your hood, where your whores at? [Chorus]
I leveled up, I feel important
Came up with this without a chorus
About my green like a forest
In your city like a tourist
Where your hood, where your whores at?

Ke$ha – Bastards (Rainbow Album)

[Intro]
One, two, three, four, one
[Verse 1]
I got too many people I got left to prove wrong
All those motherfuckers been too mean for too long
And I’m so sick of crying, yeah
Darling, what’s it for? I could fight forever, oh, but life’s too short
[Chorus]
Don’t let the bastards get you down, oh no
Don’t let the assholes wear you out
Don’t let the mean girls take the crown
Don’t let the scumbags screw you ’round
Don’t let the bastards take you down
[Verse 2]
Been underestimated my entire life
I know people gonna talk shit, and darling, that’s fine
But they won’t break my spirit, I won’t let ’em win
I’ll just keep on living, keep on living, oh
The way I wanna live
[Chorus]
Don’t let the bastards get you down, oh no
Don’t let the assholes wear you out
Don’t let the mean girls take the crown
Don’t let the scumbags screw you ’round
Don’t let the bastards take you down
Don’t let the bastards get you down, oh no
Don’t let the assholes wear you out
Don’t let the mean girls take the crown
Don’t let the scumbags screw you ’round
Don’t let the bastards take you down

[Bridge]
Na na na, la da da da da da, na na hey, na na hey
Na na na, la da da da da da, na na hey, na na hey
Na na na, la da da da da da, na na hey, na na hey
Na na na, la da da da da da, na na hey, na na hey
[Outro]
So was that a good one? Should we go again?

Wiz Khalifa – Something New (feat. Ty Dolla $ign)

Should we go again? [Intro]
One, two, three, four, one
[Verse 1]
I got too many people I got left to prove wrong
All those motherfuckers been too mean for too long
And I’m so sick of crying, yeah
Darling, what’s it for? I could fight forever, oh, but life’s too short
[Chorus]
Don’t let the bastards get you down, oh no
Don’t let the assholes wear you out
Don’t let the mean girls take the crown
Don’t let the scumbags screw you ’round
Don’t let the bastards take you down
[Verse 2]
Been underestimated my entire life
I know people gonna talk shit, and darling, that’s fine
But they won’t break my spirit, I won’t let ’em win
I’ll just keep on living, keep on living, oh
The way I wanna live
[Chorus]
Don’t let the bastards get you down, oh no
Don’t let the assholes wear you out
Don’t let the mean girls take the crown
Don’t let the scumbags screw you ’round
Don’t let the bastards take you down
Don’t let the bastards get you down, oh no
Don’t let the assholes wear you out
Don’t let the mean girls take the crown
Don’t let the scumbags screw you ’round
Don’t let the bastards take you down

[Bridge]
Na na na, la da da da da da, na na hey, na na hey
Na na na, la da da da da da, na na hey, na na hey
Na na na, la da da da da da, na na hey, na na hey
Na na na, la da da da da da, na na hey, na na hey
[Outro]
So was that a good one?

The Killers – Run For Cover

He held a conference and his wife was standing by his side
He did her dirty but no-one died
[Pre-Chorus 1]
I saw Sonny Liston on the street last night
Black-fisted and strong singing Redemption Song
He motioned me to the sky
I heard heaven and thunder cry
[Chorus]
Run for cover
Run while you can, baby, don’t look back
You gotta run for cover
Don’t be afraid of the fear, that’s a played out trap, man
You know you’re not the only one
And don’t look back, just run for cover
[Verse 2]
What are you waiting for, a kiss or an apology? [Verse 1]
What have you gathered to report to your progenitors? You think by now you’d have an A in toxicology
It’s hard to pack the car when all you do is shame us
It’s even harder when the dirtbag’s famous

[Pre-Chorus 2]
I saw my mother on the street last night
All pretty and strong, singing ‘the road is long’
I said ‘Momma I know you’ve tried’
But she fell on her knees and cried
[Chorus]
Run for cover
Run while you can, baby, don’t look back
You gotta run for cover
Don’t be afraid of the fear, that’s a played out trap, man
I know you’re not the only one
And don’t look back, just run for cover
[Bridge]
And there was nothing she wouldn’t give
Just to trust him with her nightmares, with her dreams
She’s running, she’s running
Just to trust him
He got a big smile, he’s fake news
Just run for cover, you’ve got nothing left to lose
[Chorus]
Run for cover
Run while you can, baby, don’t look back
You gotta run for cover
Don’t be afraid of the fear, that’s a played out trap, man
You know you’re not the only one
And don’t look back, just run for cover
Run
Run
Run for cover Are your excuses any better than your senator’s?

Claws vs tentacles: Undersea showdown claims photography prize

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“[It was] a completely unexpected encounter with a group of hundreds of spider crabs, down off Tasmania.”In their midst was a giant Maori octopus, which is the largest species of octopus in the southern hemisphere.”It was acting like an excited kid in a candy store, moving amongst this swirling mass of spider crabs.”

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Threatened species winning entry from Elizabeth Howell of a grey-headed flying fox. (Supplied: Australian Geographic)

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Animal habitat winner, Happy Wanderer, by Jason Stephens. Photo:
Jennie Stock’s animal portrait Windblown Egret. A fluke picture of a cast of spider crabs and a predatory octopus has clinched its owner the 2017 Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year prize.Justin Gilligan snapped the photo at Mercury Passage, between Maria Island and the Tasmanian coast.”I wish I could say it took weeks of planning and days in the field to capture the shot but with this image I was fortunate it was a total surprise,” he said. Photo:
Botanical winner, Final Stand, by Justin Gilligan. (Supplied: Australian Geographic)

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Our impact winning photo, Gillnet, of a marble fish and herring cale caught in a net by Justin Gilligan. (Supplied: Australian Geographic)
Gilligan, a freelance photographer from New South Wales, was diving with researchers from the University of Tasmania who were experimenting with kelp on artificial reefs when he snapped the prize-winning image.”I’ve been entering this competition since about 2008, so it’s nine years now and I’ve never had the opportunity to win the top prize, so this is definitely a thrill,” he said.’Amazing’ images offer insights into natural worldThe awards are run by the South Australian Museum and Gilligan has won a trip to Antarctica and $10,000 for his triumph.”The Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year competition continues to grow, with 2017 seeing a record number of entries,” museum director Brian Oldman said. (Supplied: Australian Geographic) (Supplied: Australian Geographic)

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Monochrome winner Brian Jones’ entry, Iceberg at Paradise Harbour. Photo:
Julie Fletcher’s landscape winning entry, Spirit in Country. (Supplied: Australian Geographic)

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Scott Portelli’s animal behaviour winning entry, Devouring a Home, which features a giant jellyfish and green turtles. (Supplied: Australian Geographic)
Some of the other winners include Jennie Stock’s photo of a windblown egret, Scott Portelli’s shot of green turtles devouring a giant jellyfish, and Julie Fletcher’s aerial landscape.”The finalists’ images help to give us a broader understanding of wildlife, science and conservation,” Australian Geographic editor Chrissie Goldrick said.”I’m constantly amazed at the calibre of entries we receive and Mr Gilligan’s winning entry is yet another example of the role this competition plays in connecting people with the natural world in which we live.”The winners and finalists have gone on display at the South Australian Museum and at the Australian Museum in Sydney. (Supplied: Australian Geographic)

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Winning junior entry by Georgia Poyner, The Dancer.
Little bit of luck helps Queenslander snag top nature photography prize
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‘Predatory Pursuit’ earned Justin Gilligan the 2017 Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year award. (Supplied: Australian Geographic)
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Remote Indigenous kids get surprise letter from Buckingham Palace

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By Mark Rigby, Alenka Csomor and Lyrella Cochrane

Updated

August 11, 2017 11:48:19

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Manyallaluk School children are celebrating the success of their letter writing. (Supplied: Manyallaluk School)
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They were old and they couldn’t run and when the buffalo came to them they chucked the tea at it.They chucked the hot tea into the buffalo and it ran away to the park.Everybody was running home and locking the gates.- Nathan’s letter to Queen Elizabeth IIAn unexpected responseA response from Buckingham Palace wasn’t what the students or their teachers expected — much less one from the Queen’s Lady-in-Waiting. When was the last time you wrote a letter, sealed it in an envelope and put it in the mail?For many of us, the ease and expediency of email has made letter writing a thing of the past.But in the remote Northern Territory community of Manyallaluk, about 100 kilometres east of Katherine, letter writing is making a resurgence.Students at the tiny Indigenous community’s school have been practising their English by writing letters.At first they wrote to each other and to their teachers, but soon they began to write letters to people far outside their community.The ladies and the buffaloOne of the Manyallaluk students, Nathan, 11, wrote to Queen Elizabeth II to tell her of a funny story that happened in the community recently.Mary, Lily and Daisy-Bell were sitting at a table having tea with a billy can. (Supplied: Manyallaluk School)
The teaching principal of Manyallaluk School, Ben Kleinig, said the students were also excited by a reply that came from Essendon Football Club.”It was very kind of them to send these replies, it really made our day,” he said.”And they received quite a few goodies from the Essendon Bombers: posters, autographed photos, stickers, magnets and a book.”Mr Kleinig said the replies they had received had further motivated the children to improve their reading and writing skills.”Writing ought to be fun and authentic, and this is both,” he said.”Even with the kids who were reluctant to have a go, we’re noticing more enthusiasm and more willingness now.”They’re not being scared by mistakes and are learning from their mistakes instead.”Mr Kleinig said the students would love to receive more letters and asked people to address them to:The children at Manyallaluk School, PO Box 271, Katherine, NT 0850. Photo:
The children of Manyallaluk School in the Northern Territory were surprised with a return letter from Buckingham Palace.

Touch of an octopus gives comfort to premature babies

(Supplied: Katie Nobes) ABC Radio Hobart

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Carol Rääbus

Updated

August 11, 2017 12:45:08

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Harrison Nobes had his octopus by his side in his humidicrib.

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In-utero babies like to hold onto the umbilical cord. (Supplied: Katie Nobes)
He was so premature that a valve in his heart had not yet finished growing and he was placed straight into a humidicrib; a number of connected tubes kept him alive.His mother Katie Nobes said the birth came quickly and was quite a shock.”It was pretty much a perfect pregnancy. I didn’t have morning sickness or anything,” she said.Ms Nobes was working at the Launceston General Hospital when she went into labour and was flown by air ambulance to the Royal Hobart Hospital.”It all happened so quickly,” she said.”He was born within about 45 minutes of my waters breaking.”It wasn’t very nice either, as the nurses were telling me to hold the baby [in] as the doctors weren’t there; it’s not very easy to hold a baby in when he’s ready to enter the world.”On their second night in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), a nurse gave a small toy octopus to Harrison. Photo:
The octopus has been a constant companion for Harrison since his second night in the NICU. (Supplied: Katie Nobes)
After 76 days in hospital, Harrison is now at home and healthy, and his little octopus is still by his side.”The octopus appeared in many photos we took of Harrison,” Ms Nobes said.”It was really nice to see Harrison develop alongside his octopus.”To this day Harrison still has his little octopus in his bassinet to keep him company.”It is now something that Harrison will be able to treasure and look back on when he is much older.” (Supplied: Octopus For A Preemie Tasmania)
The octopus was made by volunteers as part of a worldwide movement called Octopus For A Preemie.”The tentacles on the octopus actually resemble the umbilical cord,” Bianca Green, co-founder of Octopus For A Preemie Tasmania, told John X on ABC Radio Hobart.”So they play with these tentacles and it stops them from pulling out their cords or jostling them.”Ms Green became involved with making octopuses alongside Andrea Carey, and the pair have found they just cannot keep up with demand.But a recent call to help on the Octopus For A Preemie Tasmania Facebook page has garnered a massive response, with a number of extra volunteers and crochet groups now offering to help.”The therapeutic value isn’t just for babies,” Ms Green said. Photo:
Harrison is now home and doing well, still accompanied by his octopus. One of the first things tiny Harrison Nobes was able to hold was a small crocheted octopus.Harrison was born at just 26 weeks and two days, weighing only 890 grams. (Supplied: Katie Nobes)
“At the time I was still in shock and didn’t take in what it was all about and what it would mean for Harrison and us later on,” Ms Nobes said.”Not being able to hold and barely touch our little man, the octopus was provided for something Harrison to grab onto.”It also gave us peace of mind that he had some comfort in his humidicrib in an environment that is far beyond normal for a baby.”

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The idea of using crocheted octopuses for premature babies started in Europe. Crocheted tentacles make a good substitute.
Hobart leading way in 'kangaroo care' bonding program

In a remote town, a goat reigns supreme — for a few days, at least

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The Queen of Puck crowns a wild goat King Puck at the Puck Fair in Killorglin. (Reuters: Clodagh Kilcoyne)
As for King Puck, organisers say he is to be treated royally during his three-day reign with a diet of ash tree branches, water and cabbage to sustain him until he returns to his mountain home following his dethronement ceremony.Organisers expect to welcome more than 100,000 visitors during the festival, which runs until August 12. (Reuters: Clodagh Kilcoyne)
The goat appeared relaxed, if occasionally bemused, during his coronation.”I’ve seen it for the last 11 years, so it’s nothing new but when I first moved here from England I thought it was strange,” festival-goer Ben Henry said.”I heard a fella today saying he’s been coming to Puck for 57 years, so that says a lot.”

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The wild goat was caught from a mountain in Kerry for the fair. (Reuters: Clodagh Kilcoyne)
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The festival will feature music, street performers and a horse fair.The origins of the event are unclear, though there are many local theories — from a harvest festival to tales of a lone goat fleeing Oliver Cromwell’s troops into the village.Organisers say historical references to the festival date back to the early 17th century. For a few days this week a goat will be king of a small town in Ireland’s rural south-west.Billed as one of Ireland’s oldest festivals, the Puck Fair sees locals in the town of Killorglin pluck a wild mountain goat from its habitat and crown him “King Puck” for the duration of the event.This year’s king was paraded through the town on Thursday, where he was crowned by the Queen of Puck — an honour bestowed on a local schoolgirl.This year, 12-year-old Caitlin Horgan took the crown. Photo:
The first day of the fair includes not only the King Puck coronation, but also a horse market. Photo:
The wild goat is paraded through the town before being crowned King Puck.
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Racing goats and pooing cows raise funds for remote Balranald sports club
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Queen of Puck, 12-year-old Caitlin Horgan, poses with the newly crowned King Puck goat. (Reuters: Clodagh Kilcoyne)