PRETTYMUCH – Summer On You lyrics

[Intro: Brandon]
Baby, I ain’t got no money
All I got is time
And imma spend that time on you
But when they pay me
I can buy the sunshine
Take you away, we’ll drink champagne
While holed up in a room
[Verse 1: Zion]
Darling I’ve been working all week
I got so much on my plate
Oh, it’s late and pouring/getting boring
Although my boss is an a-hole
That’s when you call me (brrp, brrp)
Said you’ve been making a plan
To hit the road with me
I’ll pick you up after eight
[Pre-Chorus: All & Edwin]
We’ll hit the coast on the late night
Make love ’til daylight
I love it when you play with my hair
You know it feels so nice
And I’ll do what you like
Naked in the moonlight
We don’t care if we are broke
When love is all we own, I’m saying
[Chorus]
Baby, I ain’t got no money
All I got is time
And imma spend that time on you
But when they pay me
I can buy the sunshine
Take you away, we’ll drink champagne
While holed up in a room
And I’ll spend my summer on
You-ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh
And I’ll spend my summer on
You-ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh
[Verse 2: Austin]
I’m saying hey babe
Two jobs on minimum wage
Although the rent’s late
Still got a smile on my face
We ain’t got the sunshine
But we got hearts in our chest
To feel the love like this
Stronger than anyone else
[Pre-Chorus: All, Edwin]
We’ll hit the drive-thru
Like Lil’ Wayne
We ain’t got no platinum chains
But hand-me-downs are all the rage
So let me spend this pocket change
We’ll drink beer like it’s champagne
Stay out kissin’ in the rain
We don’t care if we are broke
If love is we all own, I’m saying
[Chorus]
Baby, I ain’t got no money (I ain’t got no money)
All I got is time
And imma spend that time on you
But when they pay me
I can buy the sunshine
Take you away, we’ll drink champagne
While holed up in a room
And I’ll spend my summer on
You-ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh
And I’ll spend my summer on
You-ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh
[Bridge: Nick & Brandon]
Oh, baby we ain’t got no money
All we got is love
But I know that can see us through
It might sound crazy
Bought a week of sunshine
We can stay and sip cold beer
While holed up in a room
That’s how I’ll spend my summer on you (my summer on you baby)
[Chorus]
Baby, I ain’t got no money (I ain’t got no money)
All I got is time
And imma spend that time on you
But when they pay me
I can buy the sunshine
Take you away, we’ll drink champagne
While holed up in a room
And I’ll spend my summer on
You-ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh
And I’ll spend my summer on
You-ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh

Prince – The Marrying Kind Lyrics

[Verse 1]
If you leave her now
You are never going to see her again
Never
Now she’s going to need a shoulder to cry on
She’s going to need a friend
She’s going to need a pillow case
Something to put those tears on
And I’ve got some purple satin laces
One second later than the second you’re gone
She’s going to miss you at first
But then she’s going to buy me things
That’s when I’m going to a lay her
Across my piano stool and sing to her
[Chorus]
Honey, I tried too tell him
That you were the marrying kind
A faithful one-man woman
The best he would ever find
I guess he wasn’t trying too hear that
So there ain’t nothing left to say
I tried too tell him if you run to me
I won’t run away
[Verse 2]
If you leave her now
You’ll never get another glimpse
I’m going to lace her with enough ice to recap the polls
There might be another solar eclipse
She’s going to find
Bath water hot enough to be touched
I’m going to put her on the same diet Missy went on
You know she eat too much
Tonight, she’s going to miss you at first
But then she’ll get used too me
All of the tricks I would try
To make her take this ring and make love to me
[Chorus]
Honey, I tried too tell him
That you were the marrying kind
A faithful one-man woman
The best he would ever find
I guess he wasn’t trying too hear that
So there ain’t nothing left to say
I tried too tell him if you run to me
I won’t run away
[Outro]
Run away
Don’t run away

Drake Bell – First Thing in the Morning Lyrics

[Verse 1]
We did the thing last night
Now I’m waking by your side
Without cruise on the edge of the bed
And both fonts dead watching the sunrise
Something about this prey
‘Cause baby by now I’ve been saying
That we have the hell of a time
And you’re so fine but I can’t be saying
[Pre-Chorus]
It only took one night
Suddenly now I’m addicted
Only no one wanna fix it
[Chorus]
First thing in the morning
Girl all I want is you
First thing in the morning
First thing in the morning
Your body like want me
And me,I love you
First thing in the morning
First thing in the morning
[Verse 2]
Baby your body’s so tasteful
I kiss every inch I’m that wasteful
We can get it tomorrow on the bed,on the floor
On the counter or under the table
[Pre-Chorus]
It only took one night
Suddenly now I’m addicted
Only no one wanna fix it
[Chorus]
First thing in the morning
Girl all I want is you
First thing in the morning
First thing in the morning
Your body like want me
And me,I love you
First thing in the morning
First thing in the morning
[Bridge]
Girl ya hips are that nice
The way you move girl so priceless yeah
There are no others one like this
‘Cause baby you got these spices yeah
[Pre-Chorus]
It only took one night
Suddenly now I’m addicted
Only no one wanna fix it
[Chorus]
First thing in the morning
Girl all I want is you
First thing in the morning
First thing in the morning
Your body like want me
And me,I love you
First thing in the morning
First thing in the morning
[Outro]
Girl ya hips are that nice
The way you move girl so priceless yeah
First thing in the morning
First thing in the morning
There are no others one like this
‘Cause baby you got these spices yeah
First thing in the morning
First thing in the morning
[Drake Bell Outro]
First thing in the morning
First thing in the morning

Journey – Stone In Love Lyrics

[Verse 1]
Those crazy nights, I do remember in my youth
I do recall, those were the best times, most of all
In the heat with a blue jean girl
Burning love comes once in a lifetime
She found me singing by the rail road tracks
Took me home, we danced by the moonlight
[Chorus]
Those summer nights are calling
Stone in love
Can’t help myself, I’m falling
Stone in love
[Verse 2]
Old dusty roads, led to the river
Running slow
She pulled me down, ooh, and in clover
We’d go around, yeah
In the heat with a blue jean girl
Burning love comes once in a lifetime
Oh, the memories never fade away
Golden girl, I’ll keep you forever
[Chorus]
Those summer nights are calling
Stone in love
Can’t help myself, I’m falling
Stone in love
[Chorus]
Those summer nights are calling
Stone in love
Can’t help myself, I’m falling
Stone in love
[Outro]
(Stone in love)
Stone in love
Stone in love
Stone in love
Stone in love

Stevie Wonder – Smile Please Lyrics

[Verse 1]
A smiling face is an Earth-like star
A frown can’t bring out the beauty that you are
Love within, and you’ll begin smiling
There are brighter days ahead
Don’t mess your face up with bitter tears
‘Cause life is gonna be what it is
It’s okay, please don’t delay from smiling
There are brighter days ahead
[Chorus]
Bum, bum bum ditti
Bum, bum bum ditti
Bum, bum bum ditti bum
Bum, bum bum ditti
Bum, bum bum ditti
Bum, bum bum ditti bum
[Verse 2]
A smiling face you don’t have to see
‘Cause it’s as joyful as a Christmas tree
Love within and you’ll begin smiling
There are brighter days ahead
Love’s not competing; it’s on your side
You’re in life’s picture, so why must you cry? So for a friend, please begin to smile, please
There are brighter days ahead, oh oh…
[Chorus]
Bum, bum bum ditti
Bum, bum bum ditti
Bum, bum bum ditti bum
Bum, bum bum ditti
Bum, bum bum ditti
Bum, bum bum ditti bum
(Please smile for me)
Bum, bum bum ditti
Bum, bum bum

Drake Bell – Call Me When You’re Lonely Lyrics

[Verse 1]
From the …
That’s when you stopped blowing me up
Telling me took them all now
Acting like you’ve got controller
Just when I thought that I had enough
That’s when I remembered you told

How could I ever ignore ya
[Pre-Chorus]
No …
Can always hit my phone up

Call me when you’re lonely baby
Call me when you’re lonely (lonely)
[Chorus]x2
Call me when you’re lonely baby
Call me when you’re lonely baby
You’re only call me when you’re lonely baby
[Verse 2]
Wasting no time when you on my body
You’re trembling, I bet you want me
Baby, you can’t resist it
I back up put you insist it
You told me that it’s alright
So I take you into the night
But don’t let me touch ya
‘Cause I know he loves ya
[Pre-Chorus]
No …
Can always hit my phone up

Call me when you’re lonely baby
Call me when you’re lonely (lonely)
[Chorus]x2
Call me when you’re lonely baby
Call me when you’re lonely baby
You’re only call me when you’re lonely baby

Token – One Like Equals Lyrics

[Verse 1]
Uh, I deserve sympathy, I deserve rights
I deserve mommy that tuck me in at night
When I find out that life doesn’t owe me shit
Given that shit, I just wanna be liked
I just wanna be friends
I just want you to like me
I just feel like I’m lost
I just want you to find me
I know success is indefinite but I just want it to be likely
Like I just wanna be Kylie, cause
[Hook]
One like equals one care
And when it’s dark time one like equals one flare
And when the stocks rise one like equals one share
And when my mom dies one like equals one prayer, like
[Verse 2]
Lemme compare
My mommy told me when she was a kid she thinks she was really, really popular
But I don’t wanna just think that I’m popular
I wanna have more literal, tangible, fucking followers
Like, I really wanna see that shit
I really wanna be that shit
Put my phone on vibrate
Like, I really wanna feel that shit
I really wanna show my artistic side, my clever side
Bitch, get the fuck off my left, that’s my better side
Yup, I’m destined for success, let’s be honest
I’m chasing what successful people have in common
My life is a business I wanna own it and flaunt it
I can’t delete a flaw, it’s not a rumor till it’s a comment
And I’m not pretty until a stranger say it
And inside I might be sad but when I look in the mirror it doesn’t reflect it back so lemme take a snap
[Refrain]
I don’t wanna go unheard
I don’t wanna go unseen
I don’t wanna go outside
I’ll give it all to you, just give it all to me
I don’t wanna go unheard
I don’t wanna go unseen
I don’t wanna go outside
I’ll give it all to you, just give it all to me
I’ll give it all to you, just give it all to me
I’ll give it all to you, just promise me that
[Verse 3]
I promised her she looked good and she didn’t buy it
She went back to the bathroom, I backed up and peeked inside it
Never seen her so focused painting her face with a brush
You can paint anything you want if you’re creative enough
Today she painted happy, took like an hour fifty
She wanna be a model to finally be pretty
Shit, why can’t she do it? I could accept myself, by myself, but then you might forget me
[Refrain]
I don’t wanna go unheard
I don’t wanna go unseen
I don’t wanna go outside
I’ll give it all to you, just give it all to me
I don’t wanna go unheard
I don’t wanna go unseen
I don’t wanna go outside
I’ll give it all to you, just give it all to me
I’ll give it all to you, just give it all to me
I’ll give it all to you, just give it all to me She know how to pose
Daddy doesn’t get it, she say cause he’s old
He say it’s not a job unless it pays
So she got photographers to shoot her as she lays
On the bed, he gives her money and praise
Pop it out, post it up, get your money, ay
Oh, look at her body, oh she a model slash fitness slash motivation slash queen slash entrepreneur so do not call her a ho
The classy shit did not get the attention that she hoped and she knows
[Hook]
One like equals one care
And when it’s dark time one like equals one flare
And when the stocks rise one like equals one share
And when my mom dies one like equals one prayer, and
[Verse 4]
When the rent’s due one like equal couple grand
And the landlord is a hater if he doesn’t understand
Fuck it, man, look at all the love that I get on command
I don’t really be giving a fuck about what anybody saying to me anymore, look at me, mom, my life is a brand
My life is a prop, my life is a fluke
My life is a mine, I give it to you
I don’t even want it, I give it away
Look at my picture, don’t look at my face
I paint myself so happy, I finalize the brushes
I sell myself the good product, my private life is public
For everybody to see, everybody to stamp
Everybody except me, cause I don’t know who I am
Everybody just judge and not get mad about it
As if I’m not the single fucking person who allowed it
And when I feelin’ empty I’ll be everyone except me
If you just accept me
Why can’t you just accept me?

Finding a place to call home after two decades as a refugee

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Farah Al Dabbas spent 17 years as a refugee before being settled in Australia.
“It was a really happy time. It’s a place I can call my own so that’s a nice feeling.” I saw a bright sky, more open,” Ms Al-Dabbas said.”I really never admired or looked at the sky because we really never had those opportunities. (Supplied: Farah Al-Dabbas)
Ms Al-Dabbas now works as a student support worker at Diversitat, an organisation helping refugees and migrants in Geelong. “I could hear people saying you should go back because I would be fined, but I didn’t know and I didn’t care really, it’s my dad and they don’t know the story. We were putting our heads down trying to hide and never really able to look up. “Going out at night time was never a possibility for us.”

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The family is making a new life in Australia. On Friday she will be the keynote speaker at a large Refugee Week gala dinner, one of many events planned across the country. Farah Al-Dabbas was 22 years old before she felt like her life could really begin.At the age of three her family left their home in Baghdad, displaced by war in Iraq, and then spent 17 years as refugees in Jordan and Malaysia. Her parents will be part of the team preparing dinner for the guests.While the family is still getting used to life in Australia — her parents are volunteers at an op shop and her brother is studying commerce at Deakin — for the first time they do not feel like they are living in the shadows.”It’s not my country yet but it’s a place I can call home,” she said.”It’s not a fear of saying I don’t know where I live because I don’t know if I’m going to be here or not. Photo:
Farah Al-Dabbas and her mother Siham Al-Naseri waited a year for her brother and father to join them in Australia. (Supplied: Farah Al-Dabbas)
Her mother initially resisted but eventually relented and the pair were resettled in Geelong.They endured an agonising year-long wait to see if Ms Al-Dabbas’s father Abdul Kareem and older brother Fahad would be able to join them.But in 2016 they received news the pair had been granted a visa and they could finally resume life as a family.”Seeing them in the airport, there’s this line where you can’t cross but I crossed it. But they never knew whether they would be granted a happy ending or stuck in limbo forever.”All those years that passed I never had time to think about what my future would be like,” she said.”I never thought that I would have a future.”The family was advised that splitting their application might see Farah and her mother Siham Al-Naseri resettled faster. “Now I know that I live in Geelong, I live in Australia. I just saw my dad and I don’t know what happened,” Ms Al-Dabbas said. They were registered with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, added to the long list of people seeking safety in a new country. “When I came to Australia I saw stars for the first time. That’s when I felt that our life started.”Simple things like getting an ID card, being able to go into a bank or having keys to their own rental house were things they treasured.

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Makeshift Ferris wheels bring fun to Rohingya refugee camps

50,000 babies will be born in Rohingya refugee camps this year
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Video: Children enjoy wooden ferris wheels at Rohingya refugee camp

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At least half a dozen makeshift Ferris wheels have popped up in Rohingya refugee camps in Bangladesh.A UNHCR Bangladesh spokesperson said the rides were built in a number of camps where there are few play areas for children, including Kutupalong, which houses about 600,000 people. At least three people died and some 2,000 were displaced, ReliefWeb said.The weather continues to pose health and other risks to refugees, particularly women and children, according to ReliefWeb. June 20 is World Refugee Day, which commemorates the perseverance and plight of millions of refugees.ABC/wires Who are the Rohingya? “The kids are really, really enjoying them, they sound a bit creaky to me though,” said Julia Brothwell of the British Red Cross in a video.Ms Brothwell said the hand-powered wheels were built by members of the local community. The plight of Myanmar’s Rohingya refugees, a Muslim ethnic minority group rendered stateless in their homeland and detained in transit nations, is desperately bleak. The rides appeared during a break in monsoon rains that have wreaked havoc on Rohingya refugee camps in Bangladesh.Heavy rain in Cox’s Bazar caused destruction and mudslides to camps where hundreds of thousands of refugees are living.

Adelaide children’s hospital celebrates 140 years helping kids like Enzo

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The original Sir Samuel Way Adelaide Children’s Hospital was demolished in 1967.
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That first building was demolished in 1967 yet the hospital today is as busy as ever.It provides a specialist facility for services in paediatrics, obstetrics and gynaecology, neonatology, surgery, mental health and disability, rehabilitation and allied health.ABC Radio Adelaide’s Breakfast presenter Ali Clarke today broadcast live from the hospital’s foyer, where she caught up with some of the thousands of families and children who make use of the services each year.This included Catherina Llontop and her six-year-old son Enzo, who suffers from the rare genetic disorder progeria, the symptoms of which cause accelerate ageing.”It was hard to find out why at six months old he lost weight and his skin was different,” Ms Llontop said.”When he was one year old we were referred to the genetics department.”Enzo was eventually diagnosed with progeria, just one of three people with the disease in Australia, and the country’s only child.”It’s very rare and I think it was a challenge because he was always happy, cheeky, and so it was very hard to find out what was wrong with him,” Ms Llontop said. It was South Australia’s undesirable status of having the country’s highest infant mortality rate — about 180 deaths per 1,000 live births — that prompted the building of the Adelaide Women’s and Children’s Hospital.Today it is celebrating its 140th birthday.The foundation stone for what was originally called the Adelaide Children’s Hospital was laid on June 20, 1878, much to the dismay of several high-society residents at the time who believed it would disseminate disease.They were among 200 North Adelaide residents who signed a petition objecting to the hospital “for obvious reasons, and that it would necessarily not only interfere with the enjoyment of the property of the citizens residing in the vicinity but that it would be prejudicial to health also”. Photo:
Sandy Keane shows Ali Clarke her trolley of donated toys for children. (ABC Radio Adelaide: Kathryn Jenson)
Much of it is organised by children’s entertainment and special events coordinator Sandy Keane, who has been working at the hospital for 22 years.Her job includes organising dress-up days for the hospital, such as May the 4th when staff dress as Star Wars characters — an event supported by Disney and Lucasfilm.”They [children] absolutely love it,” Ms Keane said, revealing a trolley full of toys donated by the public that she described as “the tools of my trade”.”We’ve got this big boardroom that we turn into a Santa’s cave and it allows donors to come into that area and donate presents, so that’s our major time of the year we receive a lot of presents.”We’ve got a present cupboard where we put the surplus, so any child who has a birthday in the hospital receives a present, but we also use the presents for children who are having a bad time, or we just use them as reward presents.”Big changes over 140 yearsFormer chief executive Jim Birch said some of the biggest changes the hospital had experienced in 140 years included reducing restrictions on visiting hours in the early 1980s.In 1955, for example, parents could only visit children staying in the hospital for two days a week. Photo:
The original foundation stone from the Sir Samuel Way building. Mr Birch is also the chairperson for a taskforce examining options for the hospital’s move to a site at the New Royal Adelaide Hospital by 2024.Current chief executive Lindsey Gough said hospital staff were “besides themselves” with excitement about the planned move.”They’re happy they’re going to a new facility, so it’s just about keeping everyone safe, and the quality service going until we move,” she said.In the meantime, the hospital will continue to provide a safe haven for children like Enzo, who gives familiar staff a high-five as he enters the building.Ms Llontop applauded the support they had received from hospital staff.”They do a really good job.” Photo:
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Children helped to feel as happy as possibleLike all the children who present at the Women’s and Children’s Hospital, Enzo is made to feel welcome and as happy as possible — nurses paint their faces, Easter bunnies, Santas and clowns make visits, and musicians brighten the soundwaves. (ABC Radio Adelaide: Spence Denny)
He said its inpatients facilities used to be the largest part of the hospital, but due to improving technology it’s now one of the smallest as children spend less time staying overnight.Mr Birch also recalled the difficulties in deciding on the hospital’s name after the children’s hospital amalgamated with The Queen Victoria in 1989.A public competition resulted in suggestions like The Princess Diana Hospital for Children or even the Bluebird of Happiness Hospital, “which was a bit novel”.”In the end, we brought in a guy called Michael O’Reilly, a journalist at The Advertiser, and asked him what he thought we should call it,” Mr Birch said.”He said just call it what it is.”

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A concept image of the new Women’s and Children’s Hospital revealed by the former Labor government in 2013.