Joe Modifica – Red Zone To The End Zone lyrics

From the Red Zone
To the End Zone
New England’s ready
Are you ready, too
We stand by our colors
Red, White and Blue
In the air and on the ground
The line is steady
Yards to be found
In the Red Zone
To the End Zone
From the Red Zone
To the End Zone
Brady’s ready
Steady and true
Anticipating this team will come through
From the mountains
To the sound
We are Patriots
New England bound
From the Red Zone
To the End Zone
From the Red Zone
To the End Zone
New England’s ready
Are you ready, too
We stand by our colors
Red, White and Blue
Through the ice and through the snow
The fans are there
The legend still grows
From the Red Zone
To the End Zone
From the Red Zone
To the End Zone

SPYAIR – Sakura Mitsu Tsuki lyrics

Haru no yoru hitori datta
Monokuro no sora tameiki ga kieteku
Ashibaya na hito no nami
Tada mitsumete sa zutto matte ita nda
Sakura hiraite mo mada samui yoru ni wa
Omoidasu nda kimi no kao wo
Heiki na no? daijoubu sa. Sore nari no kurashi sore nari no shiawase
Soredemo mada oikaketeru
Bokura wa bokura wa ano kaketa tsuki no
Hanbun wo sagashite
Kodoku wo wakeau koto ga dekita nara
Mou ichido…
Arekara arekara ano kaketa tsuki no
Hanbun wo sagashite
Itsuka wa itsuka wa sakura no hana saku
Mangetsu no moto he to Arekara arekara ano kaketa tsuki no
Hanbun wo sagashite
Itsuka wa itsuka wa sakura no hana saku
Mangetsu no moto he to
Utsurikawaru machinami bokura sekasu you
Kimi wa ima doko de nani wo shiteru no? fuzakete te wo furu boku
Ano hi, kimi to kawashita yakusoku
Bokura wa bokura wa ano kaketa tsuki no
Hanbun wo sagashite
Kodoku wo wakeau koto ga dekita nara
Mou ichido chikau yo
Shikakui BENCHI suwari bonyari nagameru sora
Omoidasu nda kinou no you ni
Sasayaka na egao mo sasai na iiai mo
Doredake boku wo tsuyoku saseta darou?

Billy Grey – Casually lyrics

[Verse 1]
Tell me who am I to judge
When I’m just a sinner in your own mirage
Tell me will you let me be
If you never see someone else better than me
[Hook]
And its hard for me just to let you go,
It’s hard for me just to be alone
It’s hard for me just to let you know,
Without you, I’ll be nothing though
It’s hard for me to admit the truth
It’s hard for me to walk away from you
It’s hard for me (2x)
[Chorus]
So baby if you let me be
Baby can you do it to me casually
Cause right now its hard for me to let you go
When you’ve been a part of my every show
And if you decided just to walk away
Can you give me a minute, a night or a day
Cause right now its hard for me to let you go
Cause you’ve been a part of my every tomorrow
Soo do it casually
[Verse 2]
Tell me who am I to sue
When you told me that you are a victim too
Tell me how to the play
Of someone good enough to stay into your heart
[Hook]
And its hard for me just to let you go
It’s hard for me just to be alone
It’s hard for me just to let you know
Without you, Ill be nothing though
It’s hard for me to admit the truth
It’s hard for me just to walk away from you
It’s hard for me (2x)
[Chorus]
So baby if you let me be
Baby can you do it to me casually
Cause right now its hard for me to let you go
When you’ve been a part of my every show
And if you decided just to walk away
Can you give me a minute, a night or a day
Cause right now its hard for me to let you go
Cause you’ve been a part of my every tomorrow
So do it casually

Andy Mar – Victorious lyrics

We will come along
We will rule the world
You can breathe
Fight for this
You can do anything
Run like a horse, a rebirth, change your skin…it don’t hurt
Feel what you like, do what you love
Like there’s no tomorrow
Just never sleep, do never cry
Fighting with no sorrow
We can’t lose
Show the world you are alive
And you’ll be Victorious
Run away, far away
Break away, stay away
Don’t know what else to say
Don’t know what else to do
Change your way, a brighter day
Stay awake, don’t delay
Don’t know what else to say
And now it’s up to you
Do what you love, you can do if you want it
Do what you want, I really know that you love it
Feel what you like, do what you love
Like there’s no tomorrow
Just never sleep, do never cry
Fighting with no sorrow
We can’t lose
Show the world you are alive
And you’ll be Victorious Feel what you like, do what you love
Like there’s no tomorrow
Just never sleep, do never cry
Fighting with no sorrow
We can’t lose
Show the world you are alive
And you’ll be Victorious
Let’s rise! It’s high time to be livin’ on
We’re just livin’ on
Makin’ a big turn
Do you know what we try to do? We are trying to
Make the fire burn
Can you feel
What you need
Is to wipe your tears
Run like a horse, a rebirth, change your skin…it don’t hurt
Feel what you like, do what you love
Like there’s no tomorrow
Just never sleep, do never cry
Fighting with no sorrow
We can’t lose
Show the world you are alive
And you’ll be Victorious
This is not just a miracle
It’s something physical
Easy to achieve
Do you know who will come along?

Shawnay Bonnana – Re-Debut lyrics

[Intro]
It is me
The one and only
Shawnay Bonnana back at it to slay the game
And if you don’t like what I’m saying
Then you might as well wanna take a seat
Because Imma show you that I am one you cannot defeat
(okay) and that wasn’t even the track but I’m still hitting fire
And Yes it is true I am back
[Verse 1]
Look at you hoes tell me why mad
Is you just salty that I’m sleeping with your man
Been gone for a minute well guess what Bitch I’m back
Yall tried to steal the spotlight
I’m taking my shit back
Look at you acting like you two
Laying them edges with a fucking stick of glue
You know what bitch I ain’t got the time for you
Pay close attention this is my Re – Debut
All them hoes wanna fuck with me
Wanna fuck up my destiny
Wanna act like they dumb shit is even doin shit to me
Look Hoes this is how
Shit gonna go down
It’s either you back of or get beat the fuck down
Cause this queens keeping her crown
And for those hard of hearing clowns
This is how a bad bitch sounds
[Pre-Chorus]
In the past I was pushing
To be some bitch that I’m not
Due to me faking
I had to Relinquish my spot
I had to take some time off
But I had one goal in mind
Get back to the top, where the shit is hot
And to never ever forget that grind
[Chorus]
This is my Re – Debut
Imma show you what I can do
This is not no Deja Vu
This Is completely new
My Re – Debut, My Re – Debut, My Re – Debut
This is not no Deja Vu
My Re – Debut, My Re – Debut
Ouu woo oouuu oouuu ouu woo ouuu
[Verse 2]
Previous works were some trash
Just look at yall hoes, some trash
Not a single bitch got any class
All they wanna do is inject they ass
Look I been a bad bitch
But I don’t got no shortcut of starting out rich
Making shitty music, talking bout some damn rice and cabbage
Average is something that a bad bitch could neva be
And just in case you was wondering the bad bitch is always me
Yup, Yup, Yup
The queens of the game right now
Nicki, Cardi, and Iggy
But they better watch out
Cause all they doing is warming the throne for me
They all some ornaments
I’m the star on the Christmas tree
Watch out for me, Watch out for me, Watch out for me
Welcome to my warming party
Yup, Yup, Yup
[Pre-Chorus]
See, Right here is how all yall hoes
Know you done messed up
Okay
This is how you know you done messed up
[Chorus]
This is my Re – Debut
Imma show you what I can do
This is not no Deja Vu
This is completely new
My Re – Debut, ouuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu
My Re – Debut, My Re – Debut, My Re – Debut ohh
My Re – Debut, This is my Re – Debut Mmm
My Re – Debut, My Re – Debut uhh, My Re – Debut
This is my Re – Debut
[Bridge]
I’m getting sick of all you hoes
Get out my face go and blow your nose
Cause that’s the kind of crap
That be in you lyrics
I’m so tired of smelling that shit
[Outro]
Yup, Yup, Yup
That’s the only thing that be coming out your mouth
Shit, Shit, Shit
That’s the only thing
I’m a bad bitch, look
Shawnay Bonnana, back at it again
Re – Debut, welcome my friend

Niall Horan – Too Much Too Ask lyrics

[Outro]
It’s all I’m asking
Is it too much to ask? Why’s it only you I’m thinking of
[Chorus]
My shadow’s dancing
Without you for the first time
My heart is hoping
You’ll walk right in tonight
Tell me there are things that you regret
‘Cause if I’m being honest I ain’t over you yet
It’s all I’m asking
Is it too much to ask? Is it too much to ask? It’s all I’m asking
Is it too much to ask? [Verse 1]
Waiting here for someone
Only yesterday we were on the run
You smile back at me and your face lit up the sun
Now I’m waiting here for someone
[Pre-Chorus 1]
And oh, love, do you feel this rough? [Verse 2]
Someone’s moving outside
The lights come on and down the drive
I forget you’re not here when I close my eyes
Do you still think of me sometimes? [Pre-Chorus 2]
And oh, love, watch the sun coming up
Don’t it feel fucked up we’re not in love
[Chorus]
My shadow’s dancing
Without you for the first time
My heart is hoping
You’ll walk right in tonight
Tell me there are things that you regret
‘Cause if I’m being honest I ain’t over you yet
It’s all I’m asking
Is it too much to ask? [Bridge]
My shadow’s dancing
Without you for the first time
My heart is hoping
You’ll walk right in tonight
Tell me there are things that you regret
‘Cause if I’m being honest I ain’t over you yet
[Chorus]
My shadow’s dancing
Without you for the first time
My heart is hoping
You’ll walk right in tonight
Tell me there are things that you regret
‘Cause if I’m being honest I ain’t over you yet
It’s all I’m asking
Is it too much to ask?

When the outback is your classroom, who needs a phone signal?

(ABC Eyre Peninsula: Samantha Jonscher) ABC West Coast SA

By

Samantha Jonscher

Posted

June 04, 2018 06:14:22

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Schoolchildren learn new skills in the South Australian bush as part of a new program.
“I haven’t been out bush for a very long time and I miss it — it feels good,” Shontayah, 12, said. One student takes advantage of rare mobile signal. “They know their culture, and we just reinforce that identity and self-esteem through nature activities.Different kinds of knowledge”No technology is one of the most challenging things for them — away from mobile phones,” Ms Perry, said. Photo:
There isn’t reception at Hiltaba — for the most part. “The stuff they learn out here isn’t something they can learn in the classroom,” said Kenny Smith, who spent an evening with students preparing kangaroo tail and wombat bush tucker. Kids on Country, run by the Nature Foundation SA, takes students to Hiltaba or Witchelina nature reserves for week of culturally appropriate conservation activities and hands-on learning with Aboriginal elders, Indigenous rangers and science educators. The Nature Foundation arranged for Indigenous rangers to visit the camp and teach the students how to maintain rock holes.Once dug out and filled with water, rocks and branches are placed across their surface to prevent evaporation. “It was fun. “There’s an Aboriginal story, there’s a palaeontological story, there’s a geological story. The organisers also hope that interacting with Indigenous rangers will give interested students an idea of the land and conservation-based careers that might be available to them. They also listened to presentations on animal identification, palaeontology and geology.The camp brings together different kinds of activities in the hope that the students will come away with a deeper, nuanced understanding of the land. (ABC Eyre Peninsula: Samantha Jonscher)
“First they have to connect to their culture, and figure who they are, and then go outside the square to see more,” said Cheryl Rothwell, who was brought in to assist with running the camp.”Just by them being here, and going out and walking on the country, and using their other senses — their ears and their eyes — they are learning.” The students, aged 12-14, all agreed that there were two highlights — sitting around the campfire and getting their hands dirty cleaning rock holes. Photo:
Time around the campfire is spent talking about the importance of country, identity and pride in culture. (ABC Eyre Peninsula: Samantha Jonscher)
Mr Mills emphasised that the camp was about learning to make connections in the landscape between different kinds of knowledge. (ABC Eyre Peninsula: Samantha Jonscher)
But for a lot of the students it was just fun to get out of the classroom and into the bush. (ABC Eyre Peninsula: Samantha Jonscher)
“It’s interesting because we don’t listen to people in Ceduna, we just all sit down on our phones and we don’t listen until we go camping,” Tahnee, 12, said. We hope to connect them.”Through activities like fence removals and maintenance of rock holes, culturally significant sites designed to capture rain water. Sitting around the campfire listening to the older people tell stories — to listen to their stories their parents told them, and their parents told them,” 12-year-old Daryll said. Children across South Australia are venturing into the bush to connect with land and Aboriginal culture as part of an ongoing program that turns the outback into a classroom. “A couple of the girls were worried about their snapchat streaks.”The camp layers the knowledge of traditional owners and Aboriginal connections to country, with STEM education. Photo:
Bordering the Gawler Ranges, Hiltaba Nature Reserve occupies 780 square kilometres. (ABC Eyre Peninsula: Samantha Jonscher)
“It’s a learning experience that connects them back to nature, taking them away from home and taking them out here to experience this fabulous place,” said program coordinator Katie Perry. For the program’s third camp 16 students from nearby Ceduna spent a week at Hiltaba, just north of the Gawler Ranges on the Eyre Peninsula, working to return the former station to its natural state while also learning about the natural environment through the lens of Aboriginal connection to country. Focus on cultureEach camp program is developed in close association with traditional owners. Photo:
Children work by the side of an ancient rock hole used for capturing water. “It’s about the connections they make to the story of the land — and there are lots of different ways of doing that: through the cultural stuff, but also through the science stuff,” said Nature Foundation facilitator Michael Mills

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Activities like bird watching are included to help students understand how ecosystems work.
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That’s cray! Crayfish severs own claw to avoid hotpot

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China
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Cray fish escape video A crayfish has made a desperate attempt to avoid being served to a group of diners by severing its own claw to escape.The crustacean was seen clinging for its life on the edge of a hotpot at a restaurant in China, before trying to make a break for it.In footage viewed more than a million times, the crayfish climbs out of the pot while one of its claws remains caught.Then in a final bid for freedom, the crustacean tears itself free with the aid of its right claw.The 11-second video first surfaced on Chinese platform Weibo, where users left comments in support of the crayfish.Juike, who originally posted the video, later revealed to Taiwan News that he adopted the crayfish as a pet.”I let him live,” he said.”I already took him home and am raising him in an aquarium.”While some users were concerned the crayfish will have to live without one claw, marine experts say they are able to grow limbs back.
(Facebook/加藤軍台灣粉絲團) Updated

June 04, 2018 10:31:28

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Diners at a restaurant in China witness a crayfish’s cunning escape after it tears off its own claw.

Young entrepreneur saves for a house thanks to the container deposit scheme

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Wagga Wagga 2650
ABC Riverina

By

Rosie King

Updated

June 04, 2018 13:42:12

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Lilly Trevaskis-Charlton is using the container deposit scheme to her advantage. (ABC Riverina: Rosie King)
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Containers ready to be deposited into a reverse vending machine. “It was simply an idea that popped into my brain,” she said.Lilly now has 14 customers and is earning around $50 each week — quite a jump from the $5 her mum gives her in pocket money.”I’m not sure exactly how much money I’ll need for my house but I’d like a two-storey one with a fridge on the right, two puppies and hopefully a horse,” Lilly said.Learning about savingKate Lewis and her family run Ferndale Distributors in Wagga Wagga and donate cartons of garbage bags to Lilly’s business so her customers will not be out-of-pocket.”I saw a post on Facebook about Lilly and it felt like a really good story about female empowerment,” Ms Lewis said.”Lilly has such entrepreneurial spirit and I think that responsibility and willingness to work towards her future is amazing.” Obviously too young to drive, Lilly relies heavily on her mum to keep her customers happy and the dollars rolling in.”It’s a hard job without your parents but an easy job if your parents are around to help you out,” she said.And her mum is all too happy to lend a hand — and her wheels.”I’m really happy Lilly’s thinking this way,” Ms Trevaskis said.”It’s a good mindset to get into when you’re young — don’t waste your money; save it instead.”I didn’t know I needed to save for something so massive when I was young and I’m still struggling to save for my house deposit.”

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The success of Lilly’s recycling business relies heavily on her mum, Michelle Trevaskis. (ABC Riverina: Antigone Anagnostellis)
The young entrepreneur hasn’t always wanted to be a business owner. When Lilly swaps the recycling for cash, she keeps the dollars and the cents go to her mum.”It all goes into a spreadsheet and Lilly knows the cents are for her expenses, like petrol,” Ms Trevaskis said.”I’m trying to teach her the basics of running a small business, where you have your income and your expenses.”She can see the money growing too, which I think is really motivating for her.”The planet wins tooLilly’s Recycling is not just about money.”The environment has always been really important to our family,” Ms Trevaskis said.”And I think if you can start with a little idea like this, the message can get out and then the younger generation can do a better job of taking care of the planet than we have.”Lilly plans to be in the recycling business until she is at least 16 and has enough money for her dream house.After that though, she’s not sure what she’ll do with her life.”That’s tough,” she admitted.”Look, I can’t make the decision now because I want to be everything.” “We thought that was a bit of a waste of time so we tried down at the recycling centre and it worked out pretty good.”Lilly’s customers contact her via her Facebook page when they’ve got excess recycling they’d like to donate.She collects their donations after school or on the weekends and takes them to her local collection point where she earns 10 cents per item.”In the first two weeks, I made $80,” Lilly said. The rollout of the container deposit scheme in New South Wales has been anything but seamless, and has garnered plenty of criticism since it started last year.A lack of collection points, particularly in rural and regional parts of the state, means recyclers are having to drive hundreds of kilometres to their nearest one.Then, once they’ve arrived, they’re often facing hour-long queues and out-of-order reverse vending machines.But for Lilly Trevaskis-Charlton, the recycling program is proving rather lucrative and has her well on her way to home ownership.The seven-year-old from Wagga Wagga started Lilly’s Recycling a month ago and has already made more than two years’ worth of pocket money.”I think it’s about time I saved for my house deposit, and like my mum always says, ‘Start now’,” Lilly said.From little things big things growThe business idea came after Lilly’s mother, Michelle, forgot to put the recycling out.”My mum’s bin was so full after she forgot to put the bins out, so we had to drop it down to the dump,” Lilly said. (ABC Riverina: Rosie King)
Lilly’s Recycling is run just as a small business would.
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