Curtis Alto ft Gretchen – Listen

[Electronic music]

I should’ve listen! I was signing up blind
Then you win across the line
So, I knew that you’ll say something surely
You don’t even talk like you used to
Doing what you’re forced to
Hanging round a new crew
Got yourself a new you
I don’t know the answer to this, why you gotta play yourself dirty? For a moment I could offend you
You are just pretending to
Get close to me and smoke with me, indulge in my luxury
But it’s funny how these people you put first they shoot you down, down
I should’ve listen when they told me so
Now I know you’re putting on a show
(So know I’m feeling) that they would try to let you know
I should’ve listen
I should’ve listen
I should’ve listen
I swear I really should’ve listen
They were right (x4)
I’ve been following sings
And I know in due time you will regret what you lost
Pay the cost ‘cause I’m not in your life
Why you gotta say that you’re with me? You say that you miss me, but trade, you’re not walking
Tap [?]
I let it go, but for you I’m not home, not this time
I should’ve listen when they told me so
Now I know you’re putting on a show
(So know I’m feeling) that they would try to let you know
I should’ve listen
I should’ve listen
I should’ve listen
I swear I really should’ve listen
I should’ve listen when they told me so
Now I know you’re putting on a show
(So know I’m feeling) that they would try to let you know
I should’ve listen
I should’ve listen
I should’ve listen
I swear I really should’ve listen

Farao – The ghost ship

I’m into you, you’re into me
(x2) I’m into you, you’re into me
So, how this ends? It’s something I know I’ll never know anything about
A kind of innocence
About to breaking another pact
You’ll make it out
I try to make things better
[?] it’s always been out of my command
You’ll see the now or never, I only get my shit together to be worthy of a man
I don’t want
Let’s just [?]
Still I find like next other
Life to love
[?] of what you see
Time will follow
Love becomes a melody
When memories are disappearing
I give up the [?] onto another world
Just like a ghost ship into space
I’m into you, got my hands on your money, got my hands on your
Got into my game, into my dream
What would it take you to go and say? [Indie pop music]
I can not construct my story other way
Until the end I write poetry
From the beginning, but the rest is up to them
‘Cause I belong to the others
I always had it [?]
I insist I want the excess of all life
If I could someday manage our life fulfilled into succeed as an uncomplicated [?]
Love becomes a melody
When memories are disappearing
I give up the [?] onto another world
Just like a ghost ship into space
I’m into you, got my hands on your money, got my hands on your
Got into my game, into my dream
What would it take you to go and say?

Chicane – Running to the sea

Still you’re far apart. [Armada music]
You’re running to the sea
With a change of heart
The dream that’s gone
The future torn apart
You’re running to the sea
With a change of mind
To live a life at once
And [?] not far behind
You’re running to the sea
You’re dreaming you’re still here
So many days will [?]
Still living with this fear
You’re running to the sea
Morning sun is up
How many times should love come?

Lera Lynn – In another Life feat Nicole Atkins

In another life wise and full of time
In another life you’re mine
I try to keep my distance
While you’re betting your world
I’d never wanna tangle up me and you and your perfect girl
‘Cause I’m not a perfect girl
In another life wise and full of time
In another life you’re mine
I reset the memory of us in Central park
A dream that ended much too soon, together after dark
It’s getting harder to pretend
That I’m just your little friend
In another life wise and full of time
In another life you’re mine
In another life this love’s not such a crime
In another life you’re mine
Now there is no end
We’ll just start again, next time I’ll run
Or even [?]
In another life wise and full of time
In another life you’re mine
In another life this love’s not such a crime
In another life you’re mine

Lera Lynn – Nothing to do with your Love

Oh ooh ooh oooh
Oh ooh ooh oooh
I don’t want nothing to do with your love
I don’t want to be the boost to your song
I don’t want nothing to do, nothing to do with your looove feat JD McPherson
I’ve seen you up on stage
I’ve seen your [?] noise
I heard your rock and roll
I heard you’re in the charts
I like your latest song,
I like to sing along
But I don’t want nothing to do with your love
I don’t want to be the boost to your song
I don’t want nothing to do, nothing to do with your love looove loooove loooove
I’ve seen you on stage two
I’ve seen you whip the room
You proved me right along can make my heart turn blue
I read your last CD, I dubbed the melodies
But I don’t want nothing to do with your love
I don’t want to be the boost to your song
I don’t want nothing to do, nothing to do with your love looove loooove loooove
If we were to collide, diamonds will turn to dust
But how can we deny the sweet taste of self destruct?

Lera Lynn – Wolf like me feat Shovels & Rope

Say, say my plan
Won’t you lay hands on me? Now that we’re gone for good, riding on you’re riding on
Tell your grandma mama true true true
My mind is changed, my body’s framed, but God I like it
My heart is a flame, my body’s string, but God I like it
My mind is changed, my body’s framed, but God I like it
My heart is a flame, my body’s string, but God I like it The bite that bites, the gift that gives? Mirror my melody, transfer my tragedy
Got a curse I cannot lift
Shines when the suns set shades,
When the Moon is round & full,
Gotta bust that box, gotta got that fish
We could gear in a stolen car
But we wouldn’t get too far
Before the transformation takes and the blood lost tanks
[?]
My body’s praying, God I like it
My heart is freed, my body’s string, but God I like it
My mind is changed, my body’s framed, but God I like it
My heart is a flame, my body’s string, but God I like it
Judge me [?] your day rate
I’ll turn you [?] in kind
When the Moon is round and full
Gonna teach you it takes to blow your mind
Baby doll I recognize, you’re a hideous thing inside
If it were there a lucky kind it’s you, you, you, you
I know it’s strange in other way get to know you
You’ll never know when life will go
So, let me show
I know it’s strange in other way to get to know you
You got to know here comes the moon, so let me show you
Dream me your dreamer down to the floor
Open my hands and let them weave onto yours
Fill me complete down to my core
Open my heart and let it bleed onto yours
Feeding of fever [?]
Show you with all that hell is for
Hey hey my plan
Let me [?]
Burn down the hanging trees, it’s out here, out here, out here
Got a curse We cannot lift
It dies when the sun set shades
Is a cure that comes with a kiss?

Lera Lynn – Crimson underground feat Rodney Crowell

Welcome to the crimson underground. [Rodney Crowell verse:]
As I can see, it don’t feel right
Hanging on with all your might
Let go of all control, you’re allowed to free your soul
And trust my love, lay that burden down
Welcome to the crimson underground. [Guitar break]
[Together:]
I hear your voice, it’s like a song to me
You have no choice, but you belong to me
The darkness joined together, you and I forever
Go on and break the spirit,
Oh, welcome to the crimson underground. I’m headed South, I feel it coming on
That same dream, I’m feeling something’s wrong
You’re wasting my love, dear
There’s no danger here
And trust the feeling all the way back
Oh, welcome to the crimson underground.

Lera Lynn – Same old song feat Peter Bradley Adams

When comes up soft in the dead of night
It’s the same old song, but it sounds so new this time
When the house goes dark
The truth I can’t deny
We will the love to fall apart
Now the cracks have grown so wide
I can’t see to the other side
This time I’m gonna hear
What has been said so clear
This time I’m gonna hear
The same old song
The same old song
I looked away so long
Been putting on the great disguise
When the pain comes up
I’m afraid of what I’ll find
A face that I don’t recognize
This time I’m gonna hear
What has been said so clear
This time I’m gonna hear
The same old song
The same old song

Lera Lynn – Breakdown feat Andrew Combs

Breakdown, go out and cry my love
Breakdown, I love to watch you come undone
This burden that’s deep, this thing that will [?] in time
Let’s walk in the ring with the lion’s pride
No play by the rules, just fight to win
But every step would thicken our skin
Again and again
Breakdown, I wanna watch you beg and mourn
Breakdown, do it for me nice and slow
There once was a time we fight for love
Now it’s tooth and nail for bone and blood
The wound is the thrill to height
So, try try and you might
We can’t break the [?]
Breakdown, go out and cry my love
Breakdown, I love to watch you come undone
Breakdown, go out and cry my love
Breakdown, I love to watch you come undone
Breakdown, I wanna watch you beg and mourn
Breakdown, do it for me nice and slow

Vincent – Show me feat Aviella

We both know this isn’t right
I know I don’t need you tonight
We both know this isn’t right
I know I don’t need you tonight
You only want me when you’re lonely
Will you be the one to hold me? Tell me I will be the one, but until the sun comes up
Boy, I just need you to show me
Boy, I just need you to show me
I wish that I could understand,
I always leave but there’s no end
I know that you have other plans
But baby can’t we just pretend? I know I’ve let this go too far
We both know this isn’t right,
I know I don’t need you tonight
We both know this isn’t right,
I know I don’t need you tonight
You only want me when you’re lonely
Will you be the one to hold me? Tell me I will be the one, but until the sun comes up
Boy, I just need you to show me
You only want me when you’re lonely
Will you be the one to hold me? Wish I didn’t fall so hard
You had me hooked from the start
Got me saying Oh my Gosh! Tell me I will be the one, but until the sun comes up
Boy, I just need you to show me
You only want me when you’re lonely
Will you be the one to hold me? Tell me I will be the one, but until the sun comes up
Boy, I just need you to show me
Boy, I just need you to show me

Meet the doggie blood donors from the bush

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'They need blood': Meet the dog donating blood to save other pet lives
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By Sophie Volker

Updated

June 14, 2018 10:11:19

Video: Mia the Great Dane giving blood

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We see a lot of that on farms in particular,” Dr Postle said. (ABC News: Sophie Volker)
Brother and sister duo, Turbo and CC, are also on the Knox Veterinary donations list. (ABC News: Sophie Volker)
Dr Postle said there was no better feeling than being able to save a dog’s life with blood that has been made available, thanks to these donor dogs.”I think that is one of the reasons why most vets become vets in the first place — is to have that wonderful outcome of a treatment and it does make a huge difference really quickly,” she said. Mia the Great DaneMia has been donating blood since September, 2016 at Knox Veterinary Clinic in Dalby. To tackle this hurdle, vets across Australia are relying on a few loyal animal blood donors they can call on in an emergency. They might not wear capes, but they are the canine heroes of the bush. “Certainly where there are mouse plagues around, a lot of people use rodenticides to control that. At just three years old, Mia has donated blood six times — that makes her one of the most generous dog donors in town.Mia’s first donation was to save a husky, Jenna, who had a massive haemorrhage after having puppies. “We’re just waiting for the call to say come in and donate some blood, so they can help some other animals,” she said.”Because they’re big dogs, the vet asked if we would be prepared to go on the donor list and I said, what a great idea.”Roslyn’s son, Lachie, considered his dogs heroes. Photo:
Mia the hero, right, saved Jenna the husky with a blood donation. Photo:
Mia’s leg is bandaged after donating blood. Just as humans need blood donors to access lifesaving transfusions, animals also rely on donated blood for their survival in times of need.But in many parts of regional Australia, it can be difficult and expensive for vets to access pre-prepared blood products from animal blood banks — of which there are very few. “It certainly does save lives, without a doubt, and saving a dog’s life is a good day.”Turbo and CC

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Lachie says his dogs CC and Turbo are heroes. (Supplied: Knox Veterinarian)
Mia’s blood has also gone towards helping dogs that have accidentally eaten mice and rat bait. Their owner, Roslyn Beaver, said it was an easy decision to put them on the donor list so they could potentially save other dogs’ lives. They haven’t had to be called in to donate blood yet, but they’re ready to go when they’re needed. Knox vet Jenna Postle said baiting could be a big problem in farming areas, especially in winter when many farmers start to notice mice plagues on their land. “I reckon my dogs are heroes because they save the lives of other dogs when they need it,” he said. Thanks to Mia’s emergency donation, Jenna and her seven puppies all survived.

150 ‘sisters’ born on same day join worldwide ageing project

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Meeting someone born on the same day as you doesn’t happen often, but imagine finding 150 of them.It’s a situation QUT professor and psychologist Dr Linda Gilmore finds herself in after a decade of detective work.The 67-year-old said she was on a mission to track down women born on June 12, 1951 for a long-term research project tracking attitudes to ageing.She has found 150 women who entered the world that day — a Tuesday — and around a third of them keep in regular contact via social media.Many participants posted birthday messages to their “sisters” this week:”Happy birthday to us!””This group is the best birthday gift ever! (Supplied: Dr Linda Gilmore) (Supplied: Dr Linda Gilmore)
Dr Gilmore told ABC Radio Brisbane’s Drive program the project concept came to her out of the blue after meeting a woman her age in a Cambodian village.”She wasn’t born on the same day as me, but it started me thinking about how we are born in a particular context and how that context influences our opportunities and life experiences,” she said.”Because I’m a developmental psychologist and researcher, tracking lives over time and looking at the influence of context and serendipitous life events really fits with a focus on psychology.”The women involved are working on plans for a 70th birthday party somewhere in the world in 2021.Tracking down birth buddies a challengeDr Gilmore has connected with women in 36 countries, including England, Italy and the Netherlands.”This one woman who was born in Iraq and is an only child talks about us being the sisters she never had,” she said. (Supplied: Dr Linda Gilmore)
Connections across bordersDr Gilmore said her newfound friends’ stories differed dramatically depending on where they were born.Some were professionals at the top of their fields, others never had access to higher education and some had battled illness and hardship. “One is a filmmaker in Africa, one is an actress, there’s a successful writer of children’s books in the United States and a professor of economics in Portugal.”Based on life-expectancy statistics and other data, Dr Gilmore estimated 40,000 to 70,000 women born on June 12, 1951 could be alive and able to participate in her research project.She said her next challenge was to attract more women from non-Westernised countries.”Most of the ways I’ve accessed [women] has been through the internet, through Facebook advertising in particular,” she said.”Being able to access women born in less-developed countries is fraught with difficulties because of illiteracy and in many cases they don’t even know their exact date of birth.”Initially Dr Gilmore planned to pen a book that tracked the lives of 20 women who shared her birth date.Now, she’s working on research looking at the differences and similarities of each participant’s experiences and attitudes around ageing. Global search for June 12 ‘sisters’ A Brisbane researcher has searched the world for 150 women who have one thing in common. Photo:
Research participants Caroline and June met up in Venice in 2016. Photo:
Women from all corners of the globe, including Alora from South Africa, have come forward. Photo:
One of the project’s participants is Czesia from Poland. (Supplied: Dr Linda Gilmore)
“If you were born into a country like Bangladesh, Hungary or Serbia, then in your lifetime, up until our age now, you would have experienced depravation, war, famine, conflict and all sorts of experiences that here in Australia I’ve not had,” she said.”Some of the women have not had an easy life because of their family circumstances.”There are many, many differences like that and it’s interesting to explore those differences.”There’s plenty of similarities for the women involved to draw on too.”We’ve been going through the changes for women across our lifetime,” Dr Gilmore said.”They’ve been quite massive and we’ve been able to share that.”Most of us probably have children or grandchildren, a few even have great-grandchildren.”If you share the same birthday, you can visit Dr Gilmore’s website to get involved. We are all so lucky to share Linda’s birthday.””Wonderful friendships that have enriched our lives forever.””We may be separated by borders and oceans, but we are united by this birthday and our love of life.””My life has truly been blessed since you put the group together.”

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Dr Linda Gilmore has connected with 150 women who share the same birthday as her.
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Linda Gilmore (left) and Ragnhild, from Norway, meeting in Venice. (Supplied: Dr Linda Gilmore)

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