Harry Styles – Anna Lyrics

[guitar solo + Faith sample] Hope you never hear this
And know that it’s for you
I don’t know what I’d tell you if
You asked me for the truth
I don’t want your sympathy, but you’ll never know what you do to me
Oh, Anna! [guitar solo]
I don’t want your sympathy, but you don’t know what you do to me
Oh, Anna! Every time I see your face, there’s only so much I can take
Oh, Anna! Every time I see your face, there’s only so much I can take
Oh, Anna! Don’t know how you taste when there’s
Smoke in your perfume
Chew me up and spit me out
Nothing left to lose
I don’t want your sympathy, but you don’t know what you do to me
Oh, Anna! Every time I see your face, there’s only so much I can take
Oh, Anna! Every time I see your face, there’s only so much I can take
Oh, Anna! Don’t know where you’re laying
Just know it’s not with me
Don’t know what I’d tell you if
I passed you on the street
I don’t want your sympathy, but you don’t know what you do to me
Oh, Anna!

Rich The Kid – Carpet Lyrics

[Chorus: Rich The Kid]
The coupe is retarded (skrrt)
[?] my carpet
Don’t get us started (huh), I’m back on that boss shit (what)
She bougie and bossy
The top, I done lost it
The Bentley don’t cost shit, I walk out the bank rich
[Verse: Rich The Kid]
Ok, drank sippin’, lane switchin’
I done brought my gang with me
[?] freezer ,my ice drippin’
Money coming in, my life different

Drop a baby on a hoe face
Where the hell was you at on the broke days? Ooh, yeah
I got the birds like falcons
She can’t get a bag, she pouting
I racked up the money, amounting
The drip is water, a fountain
[?], all of my niggas still whip the pot
No time for the pussy, just want the top
[Chorus: Rich The Kid]
The coupe is retarded (skrrt)
[?] my carpet
Don’t get us started (huh), I’m back on that boss shit (what)
She bougie and bossy
The top, I done lost it
The Bentley don’t cost shit, I walk out the bank rich
[Verse: Quavo]
Bought the Lamb, then I skated (skrrt)
I brought the gang with me, to the bank with me (yeah)
Put that thing in sport, then I started lane switching (skrrt)
Jumped off the porch, then I start my gang business (gang gang)
Huncho and Rich The Kid plug walkin’ to the riches (walkin’)
[Chorus: Rich The Kid]
The coupe is retarded (skrrt)
[?] my carpet
Don’t get us started (huh), I’m back on that boss shit (what)
She bougie and bossy
The top, I done lost it
The Bentley don’t cost shit, I walk out the bank rich

Harry Styles – Medicine Lyrics

[Verse 1]
Here to take my medicine, take my medicine
Treat you like a pill
Give me that adrenaline, that adrenaline
Think I’m gonna stick with you
Here to take my medicine, take my medicine
Rest it on your fingertips
Up to your mouth, feeling it out
Feeling it out
[Pre-Chorus]
I had a few, got drunk on you and now I’m wasted
And when I sleep I’m gonna dream of how you —
[Chorus]
If you go out tonight, I’m going out ‘cause I know you’re persuasive
You got the salt and I got me an appetite; now I can taste it
You get me dizzy, oh, you get me dizzy
La la la la la
You get me dizzy, oh, you get me dizzy, oh
[Verse 2]
Tingle running through my blood, fingers to my toes
Tingle running through my bones
Closing the doors, I miss you right away
And I’m okay with it
[Pre-Chorus]
I’m coming down, I figured out I kinda like it
And when I sleep I’m gonna dream of how you tasted
[Chorus]
If you go out tonight, I’m going out ‘cause I know you’re persuasive
You got the salt and I got me an appetite; now I can taste it
You get me dizzy, oh, you get me dizzy, oh
La la la la la
You get me dizzy, oh, you get me dizzy, oh
[Pre-Chorus]
I had a few, got drunk on you and now I’m wasted
[Chorus]
If you go out tonight, I’m going out ‘cause I know you’re persuasive
You got the salt and I got me an appetite; now I can taste it
You get me dizzy, oh, you get me dizzy
La la la la la
You get me dizzy, oh, you get me dizzy, oh

Lil Yachty – Freestyle on Funk Flex Lyrics

‘Cause I’m too rare
Young nigga, I’m a fresh prince, coulda bought a crib out in Bel Air
Fuckin’ on a bitch from Delaware
$30,000 on a new coat, call PETA up, gon’ and soak it in
Tag still hangin’ from it, had it for a year and I ain’t even broke it in
Diamond choker so tight, tried to lift it up, shit did not go over chin
In the studio with Migo gang, everything we make is propane
Call ten bitches from the Blue Flame
Fuck ’em all, we ain’t even know their name
Front row at the ball game
Who that is dunkin’? Nigga, free Reese, free Nino
The world is mine like I’m Al Pacino
Got more money than a lil’ casino
Got caught fuckin’ on a bitch and her boyfriend walked in wearin’ full Chinos
Hopped out the back door, ran a four flat
That was like way back
Nowadays I just sit and laugh
Chopstick long as one giraffe
And I’m comin’ through, clear the whole path
Walked in the damn spot, it was all… team of niggas, fuck the whole staff
Goddamn, nigga, too playa
Why you hate? Shit, that’s what’s his name
I don’t even fuckin’ watch sports but my backyard like a golf course
Niggas hatin’, on my dick and shit, I got more guns than a task force
When I talk, my voice kinda high
Niggas hatin’ usually sound kinda hoarse
My ex-bitch is built like a horse, she was 27, I was 19
Shawty there was a real stallion
But I ain’t trust her, feel like shawty there was wildin’
Young nigga, bitch, I’m QC, you can see this shit through the gold medallion
After this I’m out to Staten Island, got a young bitch, she be really stallin’
My young nigga tote a dirty K, I call him Dirty Dan, he’ll flip your van
Kick your door hard as Jackie Chan
Take your chain right up off your nightstand, lil’ nigga

Why female footballers no longer take their clothes off to be noticed

“She kept playing, I’m pleased to say.”There were other challenges — few people turned up to watch the games and sponsors were non-existent. For years the cards seemed stacked against Australian women footballers. Players were unpaid and had to fund their own way when they toured. Soon after returning from the 2015 World Cup, the majority of the Matildas decided to go on strike. Photo:
Matildas star Sam Kerr does a backflip after scoring a goal against Brazil. (Supplied: Moya Dodd)
In some cases, players encountered the worst sexism within their own homes.”I remember one player who went home one night after training to have her husband cut up her boots,” said Stephanie Quinn, a tour manager with the national team in the 1980s. It’s amazing how much attention and publicity we’re getting. Men stopped them from playing, insults were hurled as they trained, their boots were vandalised, and they couldn’t afford gear that fit. Star striker Sam Kerr is overwhelmed by the adulation.”I’d be lying if I thought it would be like this because growing up as a female athlete you see what female athletes go through,” she said.Kerr scored two goals in the team’s 3-2 victory against Brazil in Newcastle last September, backflipped across the field, and helped the team cement its place in Australian hearts. In the lead up to the 2000 Olympics, keen to lift their profile, they even agreed to pose for a nude calendar. And, according to Moya Dodd, players had to put up with “insults flying over the fence as they trained”. (AAP: Darren Pateman)
The Matildas are now ranked fourth in the FIFA world rankings, the male Socceroos team 36th.Their performances on the field are paying dividends. Video: The Matildas nude calendar shoot was a bid to attract sponsorship and attention to the team. At the 2015 Women’s World Cup they became the first Australian team to win at the knock-out stage.Although the Matildas were outperforming their male counterparts in the big international tournaments, many players were earning a fraction of their salaries.While the Matildas were earning on average $20,000 a year, the Socceroos were earning about $200,000. Former Australian Women’s Soccer chief executive Heather Reid said it was quickly snuffed out when men returned from the war.”The women were stopped from playing so it took another 50 years before they were actually back out on the fields,” she said.The first national women’s team was formed in 1978 but it was regarded as “a bit of a kick and a giggle”.Players had to contend with second-rate pitches and gear that did not fit. Many buckled under the financial pressure of representing their country while trying to hold down a job.Former captain Julie Dolan, who represented the national team between 1978 and 1988, recalls a player calling the coach before an international match to say she would be late as her shift at Woolies did not finish until 5.30pm. The obstacles might have defeated others, but now, members of Australia’s women’s football team, the Matildas, are some of the most-loved sportspeople in the country.”The demand for the Matildas is insane. (Australian Story: Jennifer Feller)
Over the following weeks, an agreement was hammered out and the Matildas baseline salary increased to $40,000 a year, enough to allow most Matildas to earn a living from the sport.The Matildas are now in preparation for April’s Asian Cup but the players know there are steep challenges ahead.De Vanna is cautiously positive.”There’s still a lot of hard work to do but I’m very confident that from here onwards it’s only going to get bigger and better,” she said. During World War I, when the men were away fighting, a large number of women in England and Australia formed their own football teams. (Australian Story: Jennifer Feller)
Watch Australian Story’s Matildas special, Pitch Perfect at 8:00pm (AEDT) on ABC TV and ABC iview. (ABC News)
Pay inequality sparks strike actionIn the 2007 Women’s World Cup, the Matildas made it to the quarterfinals, something no other Australian team had done.In 2010 the Matildas lifted the Asian Cup for the first time. Photo:
Moya Dodd in action during her time with the Matildas. “Unfortunately, and probably still today, sex sells in a lot of women’s sports.”The calendar put the Matildas on the map.”You could get in any cab in Sydney and the cabbie would have heard of the Matildas, because of this calendar,” Dodd said. (Supplied: Moya Dodd)

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Former Matildas players Moya Dodd and Julie Dolan with former Australian Women’s Soccer chief executive Heather Reid watch a Matildas match. (Australian Story: Jennifer Feller)
Desperate timesIt all goes some way towards explaining why, ahead of the 2000 Olympics, team members stripped for a nude calendar.”It was something that we thought at that time was needed to help us on our way,” former captain Cheryl Salisbury said. Over the past year the team has attracted record crowds and a steady stream of sponsors.Former team members told Australian Story they sit in the stands and marvel at the reception today’s players get.”Women’s football was considered a real oddity and those of us who played were more or less considered circus freaks,” former Matildas player Moya Dodd, who played for the team from 1986 to 1995, said.Women booted from the field

Photo:
In 1921 at Brisbane’s The Gabba, 10,000 people came to watch two women’s football teams play. In 1921 a match at Brisbane’s Gabba ground drew 10,000 spectators.But the women’s game did not last long. “This was for your national team!”

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Moya Dodd says during the late 1980s and mid 1990s women’s football was considered “quite the oddity”. The calendar failed to attract any long-term sponsors and the financial situation remained dire, but the team’s successes on the field slowly started to grow. Photo:
Lisa De Vanna was one of the few players who refused to join the strike action. Lisa De Vanna was one of the few players who refused to join the action.”I tried to stick to my beliefs as a player and as a person and I copped it and it was a tough period of my life,” she said. (Supplied: State Library Queensland)
It is not the first time Australian women’s football has been popular. I think I’ve done more stuff this year than I’ve done in my entire career,” said co-captain Lisa de Vanna, the longest serving member of the team. Photo:
The Matildas are more popular now than ever before.
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By Jennifer Feller

Updated

March 12, 2018 18:35:52

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It’s been a long road to recognition and equality for the Matildas.
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