QUAVO – She For Keeps lyrics

(yeah, yeah)
Somebody tell me is she
Somebody tell me is she (yeah, somebody tell)
Somebody tell me is she for keeps (somebody tell, oh yeah)
[Verse 2: Nicki Minaj]
Perfect, nobody’s perfect
My body’s perfect, bitch I’m perfect
Somebody lied, just watch me murk it
I’ma murk it, bitches my sons, I used a surrogate
Got ’em hurting, he know for certain, cop me that Birkin
Baby nervous, I make ’em nervous, I make ’em nervous
When them bum bitches in my town, all my real niggas alerted
He say, “Damn baby, you bad,” I say, “I commit murders”
When the block starts to get hot he know I’ll hide his burners
I’m from keeps, I am for keeps, she can’t compete
He ain’t stupid enough to lose me to another nigga in them streets
Ooh, they salty, I know they salty
Please say the barbie, he say the barbie
I’m the bad bitch that all the bad bitches f*ck with
She a mad bitch if she ain’t f*ckin’ with me, suck dick
This piece flooded out cost about a buck six
Pull up on a bum bitch and be like what up sis? (yeah, yeah)
Somebody tell me is she
Somebody tell me is she (yeah, somebody tell)
Somebody tell me is she for keeps (somebody tell, oh yeah) Rap bitches is on my nuts, call ’em Chip ‘n’ Dale
These bitches can’t see me, they should all be reading braille
Pull off in that GT with some Seagram’s Ginger Ale
Tell that bitch I’m Oprah, she couldn’t even be Gail
I’m Nicki, when will these girls ever see
You will never be Nicki, and that’s the real key-key
Key-key, key-key
[Chorus: Quavo]
Is she for keeps? (yeah, yeah)
Somebody tell me is she
Somebody tell me is she (yeah, somebody tell)
Somebody tell me is she for keeps (somebody tell, oh yeah)
[Verse 1: Quavo]
‘Cause I bought her bags and a bing roo
And I put them diamonds in them Bengals (shine)
Like the way she take them pictures, it’s the angle (flash)
Like the way she keep her business all personal
You know, you know, you know, you fit me
You get me, you get me, you get me
Drop off, your old boy, then get with me
Heard it’s slippery (splash), heard it’s wet like seaweed (splash)
Moonwalking on slabs (moon), she live life like Babs
Nails and hair all long, shoppin’ spree in Hong Kong
Ass fat in her jeans, she don’t like to wear thong
She gon’ make you sing this song
Is she for keeps? (oh yeah)
Oh, is she for keeps? (somebody tell)
Is she for keeps? (ayy, ayy)
Somebody tell me is she (somebody tell)
Is she for keeps? (oh yeah)
Oh, is she for keeps? [Intro: Quavo]
Is she for keeps? somebody tell
[Chorus: Quavo]
Is she for keeps? (somebody tell)
Is she for keeps? (ayy, ayy)
Somebody tell me is she (somebody tell)
Is she for keeps? (oh yeah)
Oh, is she for keeps? Pour this drink for me
Smoke this dope for me
Drive around with me, ayy
Just for keepsake (keepsake)
She gon’ lead the way (lead it)
I might fall back and go count up a large bag
[Chorus: Quavo]
Is she for keeps? (ayy, ayy)
Somebody tell me is she (somebody tell)
Is she for keeps? somebody tell
Is she for keeps? (somebody tell)
Is she for keeps?

DRAKE – Bring It Back lyrics

[Intro: Trouble]
Let do it
Money man
Go get your money man, go get that
Go for that sh*t now, go get your money man
Mike Will Made-it bitch
[Pre-Chorus: Trouble]
Ounces in my motherf*cking pantry
Diamonds on a young nigga, dancing
Just dropped some bank rolls on some glasses
Just dropped your bitch off, man that ho so nasty
Huh, all about that paper, can’t miss a beat
Yeah, I’ma get some cho-cho, one thing ’bout me
Yeah, gas up all that old sh*t, miss me with that
I could put you frontline, just bring it back
[Chorus: Trouble]
Bring it back, bring it back, yeah
Bring it back, bring it back, bring it back, yeah
Don’t wanna have to chase you down ’bout no stack
Cause I will blow you back, bring it back, this ho here throw it back
[Verse 1: Trouble]
Yeah, tryna show me that she ’bout it
‘Bout it, ’bout it, yeah, shawty ’bout it, ’bout it, yeah
Take the charger, bad lil shawty say she ’bout it
I gotta come for you, you shot at my lil’ partner though
The loud wild off the gate, don’t need your molly
As a git, you scraped the candy, Mr. Charlie
Ayy, she say you so motherf*cking hood
But you ain’t no motherf*cking good
Might be right, gift and a curse, I take it all this blessing
Know you f*cking with a real one though, no question
Partna you gon’ get spent on all that flexing
So many of us shooting you straight, ain’t no pressure
Hating on that man won’t do you no blessing
Tryna teach a young nigga flexing
Wanna go to war, but you ain’t got no money
Worry ’bout these hoes and you ain’t got no money
Mike Will Made-It
Big Trouble, baby
[Pre-Chorus: Trouble]
Ounces in my motherf*cking pantry
Diamonds on a young nigga, dancing
Just dropped some bandos on some glasses
Just dropped your bitch off, man that ho so nasty
Huh, all about that paper, can’t miss a beat
Yeah, I’ma get some cho-cho, one thing ’bout me
Yeah, gas up all that ho sh*t, miss me with that
I could put you frontline, just bring it back
[Chorus: Trouble]
Bring it back, bring it back, yeah
Bring it back, bring it back, bring it back, yeah
Don’t wanna have to chase you down ’bout no stack
Cause I will blow you back, bring it back, it’s on here, throw it back
[Verse 2: Drake]
Yeah, I don’t play no games boy, I’m at your head
All about the family, niggas took the pledge
Now you gotta own up to that sh*t you said
You can’t push us to the edge, Trouble from the edge
Hit the gas and we outta there
Do it for the six because we started there
I got a girl that used to ride around with ‘Pac an’ them
I gotta get it, you came from my lil partner then
Yeah, Richard Mille, heavy on the watch
Extra million just to see the Maybach drop
Crest white smile on my face
Once I get to snapping ain’t nobody safe
Reality gon’ hit ya or we gon’ hit ya
Either way if they was with ya, they going with ya
Mike WiLL Made-It
Me and Big Trouble baby
[Pre-Chorus: Trouble]
Ounces in my motherf*cking pantry
Diamonds on a young nigga, dancing
Just dropped some bandos on some glasses
Just dropped your bitch off, man that ho so nasty
Huh, all about that paper, can’t miss a beat
Yeah, I’ma get some cho-cho, one thing ’bout me
Yeah, gas up all that ho sh*t, miss me with that
I could put you frontline, just bring it back
[Chorus: Trouble]
Bring it back, bring it back, yeah
Bring it back, bring it back, bring it back, yeah
Don’t wanna have to chase you down ’bout no stack
Cause I will blow you back, bring it back, it’s on here, throw it back Charlie
I got the game down now, sorry Mr. Charlie
Nowadays I ride a foreign by Mr.

What does a life-and-death call to triple-0 sound like?

I had no idea.”

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Sandy and Graham Harley had a chance to meet and thank the paramedics who attended. “You need to place the heel of your hand on the breast bone in the centre of her chest.”We are going to pump the chest hard and fast at least twice per second; you need to push down at least five centimetres into her chest. Hearing the call her husband made was “a bit emotional”, Mrs Harley said.”I hadn’t heard that before. (Supplied: St John Ambulance)
‘Everyone – go and do some CPR training’The couple have since learned that the early CPR Mr Harley performed was what saved his wife’s life.They are now passionate advocates for resuscitation training.”The statistics of coming out alive are pretty dramatic,” Mrs Harley said.The cardiac specialist she saw in hospital told them the first three minutes were crucial to survival and avoiding brain injury. I was out to it. “Now give her two regular breaths, watch her chest rise and fall with each breath, then back into compressions.”Mr Harley kept doing CPR until the ambulance arrived and the paramedics took over. “Even though it was a long time ago that I did it there was still something there that kicked in.” “You really need the oxygen moving in the first three or four minutes,” she said.”The specialist was very surprised to see the condition she was in when we walked in,” Mr Harley added.”He was expecting to see something much worse.”Mrs Harley still has no idea why she suddenly went into cardiac arrest that day; she had been feeling fine when she went to bed.The hospital has been unable to find an obvious cause.She has since had a defibrillator implanted in her chest which will shock her if her heart stops again.”All I can say to everyone out there is go and do some CPR training,” Mr Harley said.”It is worth it.

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Listen: A triple-0 operator instructs Graham on how to give CPR until the ambulance arrives

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In the call, the operator asks Mr Harley to watch for signs of breathing.There were none, so the operator instructed him on how to commence cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR), which he had learnt 30 years earlier on a first-aid course.”If she’s not breathing, then we need to be doing CPR.”Can you get her onto the floor, flat on her back?”Mr Harley had to pull his unconscious wife onto the floor to start CPR.
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Six minutes and the calm instruction from a triple-0 operator made the difference between life and death for Mrs Harley. Unusually, the couple were later given the chance to hear the recording of that call. When a bear-like growl from his wife Sandy startled and woke Graham Harley at 3:00am, he had no idea what was going on.”I wasn’t sure if she was with me or not,” Mr Harley told ABC Radio Perth.”I tried to wake her, I shook her, her eyes were open and she wasn’t moving. Fewer than 10 per cent of patients survive cardiac arrest, and even fewer recover without suffering side effects. Then I reached for the phone.”He didn’t know it then, but his wife had gone into cardiac arrest.

Listen: Graham Harley calls triple-0 after finding his wife unconscious and not breathing

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ABC Radio Perth

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Emma Wynne

Posted

December 08, 2017 11:00:52

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Graham Harley and his wife Sandy, who survived a cardiac arrest thanks to swift CPR. (ABC Radio Perth: Emma Wynne)

Zookeeping is more than getting up close with cute animals

(ABC Radio Canberra: Penny Travers)
It’s then on to the lions to clean their enclosure, check their teeth and feed them.After lunch, it’s time to check on Hummer again.”We give him some more food because he likes to browse throughout the day and if he runs out of food he gets a bit antsy.”

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Some days Hummer eats more than others, so keepers need to check he has food throughout the day. “Zookeeping is quite a physical job, there’s a lot of hard work.”We have to be out in the weather; regardless of whether it’s sunny or windy or rainy, the animals still need to eat and have their enclosures cleaned and so those days can be quite trying.”

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Picking up tiger poo and cleaning out the enclosure is part of a keeper’s morning round. and we work really hard to make that animal better as soon as possible.”Seeing animals recover from an illness or an injury is quite rewarding as well.”

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Ms Scott enjoys working with different animals each day. All of the animals are given a final check and observations are recorded before heading home for the day.”A key part of our job is to report and make observations on all of our animals, whether there’s anything behaviourally different, they might be coming into season, or pregnant, or unwell,” Ms Scott said.”It’s a busy day.” Every day is differentMany of the keepers at the National Zoo rotate through looking after different animals which each have individual requirements.”I like the everyday challenges; you don’t exactly know what you’re going to get until you turn up,” Ms Scott said.”Animals are such incredible personalities to work with. “It’s a pretty epic job; they have tiny little poos and they’re everywhere.”

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The deer need to have sunscreen applied to their ears to prevent sunburn during the summer months. Photo:
Hummer’s hooves need to be cleaned each day to ensure they don’t crack. (ABC Radio Canberra: Penny Travers)
“Hummer is 16 years old and he needs work on his feet, they do get a little bit overgrown sometimes,” Ms Scott said.”He might step on a pebble or get some dirt stuck up inside his hooves, so before we let him out we hose them out and do any care on them.”Ms Scott then drives her buggy around to the deer where she rakes up all the droppings. (ABC Radio Canberra: Penny Travers)
The deer also need some extra TLC.”Our deer get sunburnt ears over summer, so every three days we’ll pop a bit of powdered sunscreen on their ears.”The tigers are up next, and again it is time to get out the pooper scooper.”Every day we go in, pick up the poo, we scrub the water bowl and check for anything that’s in the enclosure that’s abnormal,” Ms Scott said. “We put something in their dens as well, whether it be a scent or some tree leaves or another toy,” Ms Scott said. Zookeeper Bec Scott begins her day caring for the tallest animal at the National Zoo and Aquarium — Hummer the giraffe.She hoists his breakfast of lucerne and wattle five metres up a pole.”Hummer … Photo:
Sometimes Ndari is given her chicken in a cardboard box as an enrichment activity. (ABC Radio Canberra: Penny Travers)
Ms Scott spends the afternoon running the Meet a Cheetah encounter where visitors get the chance to pat Jura the cheetah.Hummer’s enclosure is then cleaned and the tigers are given access to their dens. “A lot of people think that all we do is sit around and pat our animals all day, but only about 2 per cent of our day is that, if that,” she said. (ABC Radio Canberra: Penny Travers) You grow to love it,” she said.”You’re being active, out in the open air and getting up close and personal with your animals.”Hard work rain, hail or shineBut there is a lot more to being a keeper than pats and cuddles. You get the cranky ones, the ones who’ve had a bad day, or ones that are just playful that day.”

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Getting up close with the animals is only a small part of a keeper’s day. (ABC Radio Canberra: Penny Travers)
And some days can be extra challenging.”Sometimes you might come in and find that you have an animal that is unwell,” Ms Scott said.”When you’re working with that animal every day, it can be quite trying to realise that your animal is not in its best shape.”That is a reality that we have to face … gets quite hungry, so we head down there first thing in the morning to put his food out,” Ms Scott said.She then checks and washes his feet before letting him out into his enclosure. (ABC Radio Canberra: Penny Travers)
Ms Scott has been a zookeeper for 16 years and she enjoys how varied the job can be.”Even picking up the poo is fun.
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Penny Travers

Posted

December 09, 2017 08:00:00

Video: There's much more to zookeeping than hanging out with cuddly animals.