Yung Bans – Wish I Had Lyrics

[Chorus]
Yeah
Thought about it before I did it, I really wish I had
I really wish I had
I really wish I had
I really wish I weren’t so sad
Michael Jackson’s bad
Rob him wit’ no mask, yeah
Cut his throat with glass, yeah
Stuck in my ways, in way too deep
It took a lot of pain and heartbreak just for me to see
I’m sorry mama, I’m cleanin’ my closet, I’ma be gone this week
I’m sorry mama, I’m cleanin’ my closet, I’ma be gone this week
[Verse 1]
Niggas rap ’bout it, but they don’t even know the half
They don’t even know the half
They don’t even know the half
You was never in them trenches with me gettin’ that fast cash
Gettin’ that fast cash
Gettin’ that fast cash (yeah)
Fuck Hollywood, bitch I’m in the hood forever, hmm
Mama say I’m foolish, mama know she taught me better, ay
Streets made me numb, save your tears, please don’t shed ’em, ay
Nina on my hip, get it poppin’ like a kettle
Free my daddy, free my brother, free my other brothers too
This for all my young niggas who been really goin’ through it
I was locked up, 5 months, and nobody ride but you
Mama, (?), no this ain’t the truth
[Chorus]
Yeah
Thought about it before I did it, I really wish I had
I really wish I had
I really wish I had
I really wish I weren’t so sad
Michael Jackson’s bad
Rob him wit’ no mask, yeah
Cut his throat with glass, yeah
Stuck in my ways, in way too deep
It took a lot of pain and heartbreak just for me to see
I’m sorry mama, I’m cleanin’ my closet, I’ma be gone this week
I’m sorry mama, I’m cleanin’ my closet, I’ma be gone this week
[Verse 2]
I know (?) my daddy, he show no support
He took his own course, now he up the road, north
He ain’t even show up to court
But I’m a bigger sport
Still love that little bitty whore
I’m still your second little boy
I mean no disrespect, but mama, this is how I feel
Why you out here lookin’ for love, I heard that love kills
I got so much money, I’ll make a change in your life for real
Be your knight in shining armour like I’m made of steel
I feel like Jodye (?) baby boy
Tell me grow up, can’t play with toys, yeah
I got a little son, had to make a choice, yeah
Should I use my head, should I use my voice, yeah
And you was the first one to tell me
You gon’ die, go to jail, playin’ in these streets
Had to see it for myself ’cause I ain’t believe
I’ve been goin’ through the system since I was 15
[Chorus]
Yeah
Thought about it before I did it, I really wish I had
I really wish I had
I really wish I had
I really wish I weren’t so sad
Michael Jackson’s bad
Rob him wit’ no mask, yeah
Cut his throat with glass, yeah
Stuck in my ways, in way too deep
It took a lot of pain and heartbreak just for me to see
I’m sorry mama, I’m cleanin’ my closet, I’ma be gone this week
I’m sorry mama, I’m cleanin’ my closet, I’ma be gone this week

Juice WRLD – Fever Lyrics

[Intro]
Past hoes, comin’ back in the present
Past hoes, comin’ back in the present
[Chorus]
She wears short skirts, she’s a keeper
She don’t love me, I don’t either
No more drugs, I caught a fever
She don’t know me, I don’t either
It’s been awhile since I been this gone
It’s been awhile since she turned me on
Old hoes, comin’ back in the present
Open up like a present
It’s been awhile since I sang this song
It’s been awhile since I hit your phone
Past hoes comin’ back in the present
[Verse]
She don’t love me, she say I’m a loser
How can I lose, when I fucked on my tutor
I told her, to hold my Ruger
Cause when twelve comes, she’ll be the loser
It’s been awhile since I’ve seen your face
It’s been awhile since I’ve been this wasted
Lookin’ in the mirror and I’m startin’ to see my enemy
It’s been awhile since I’ve been this wrong
It’s been awhile since you’ve turned me on
Liquor bringin’ memories
Tryna fight the devil for some [?]
[Chorus]
She wears short skirts, she’s a keeper
She don’t love me, I don’t either
No more drugs, I caught a fever
She don’t know me, I don’t either
It’s been awhile since I been this gone
It’s been awhile since she turned me on
Old hoes, comin’ back in the present
Open up like a present
It’s been awhile since I sang this song
It’s been awhile since I hit your phone
Past hoes comin’ back in the present

Unlike Pluto – No Goodbyes Lyrics

Fame and freedom
Why would we believe them
Day to day is weighing on my mind
Soft oppression built to teach a lesson
My depression driving me away
No goodbyes
No goodbyes
No goodbyes
I don’t wanna risk it
I don’t wanna waste time
I’ma get wasted
I’m gonna get high
Pour another whisky
Pour it till it hits me
Probably gonna drown me
Then I’ll finally sleep
No goodbyes
No goodbyes
No goodbyes
I was laying in the gutter bruised and bleeding
It’s all in my head
Please relieve me
No goodbyes

Shuba – Don’t stop feat. Max Wells

Talk, talk, talk to me they just wanna see some
But when you need some, everybody leave ya
I got a few down for me in this scene bruh
Any else prolly turn it to a scene yuh
I got Weed nugs
All up in my seat I don’t need lungs
We spun
Every single try & til weeks up
I just can’t stop got no time
Can barely get a mother fucking break up on my mind
Get a break up on my mind

[Beat drops]
Don’t stop! [Electronic music]

I’ve been good to close like I’m lookin thru the gates
I just wanna shine everybody in my way
Always on my grind when I wake up everyday
Seen a check multiply, now we’re really gettin paid
Now we’re really gettin paid
I can’t fall back, I just need to breathe
Low-key, when I pull up you don’t see me leave
Automatic, trap right out of the addict
Half ya salary to bundle underneath my mattress
[Beat drops]
Don’t stop!

Oh, Weatherly – I Think I Want You

It’s getting late and I can’t take
The way you pick apart my brain
and I can’t take that you
Were never mine in the first place
Mine in the first
and if there’s one thing I could take
I’d take your breath away
I’ve never asked you to change
I’ve never asked you to stay
And that’s ok cause you were never mine in the first place
Mine in the first
CHORUS:
I said to stay away from me
I never thought that I would ask you if you’d leave
I just can’t take the way you’re looking at me without my ring
I think I want you, I think I want you to leave
It’s hard enough to walk away
From all the empty words you say
and I’ve been dying to tell you
That I’m worried about this
I’m worried about you and me
I’ll say she’s a walking disaster, and I’ve made mistakes
But I’m trying to get passed them thanks to you
Now I always lie awake alone in our room
Just like you used to
CHORUS:
I said to stay away from me
I never thought that I would ask you if you’d leave
I just can’t take the way you’re looking at me without my ring
I think I want you, I think I want you to leave
[Bridge]
I think I want you, I think I want you to leave
I think I want you, I think I want you to leave
I think I want you, I think I want you to leave
I think I want you, I think I want you to leave
And if there was a storm
I’d take you back to shore
I’d keep you coming back for more
I’ll tear my heart in two
And give it all to you
Like there’s nothing left to lose
CHORUS:
I said to stay away from me
I never thought that I would ask you if you’d leave
I just can’t take the way you’re looking at me without my ring
I think I want you, I think I want you to leave
Stay away from me
I never thought that I would ask you if you’d leave
I just can’t take the way you’re looking at me without my ring
I think I want you, I think I want you to leave
[Outro]
I just want you
I just want you to leave
I just want you
I just want you to leave

Dustin Hill – Make time

I don’t know
Hm, I don’t know
Hm, I don’t know
Break me up and put me out
Don’t got time to let you down
You say I’ll be good for now
I don’t want to shut you out
Break me up and put me out
Don’t got time to let you down
You say I’ll be good for now
I don’t want to shut you out
Can’t believe you out me [?]
Never want to know all the days you play
Hard to keep it fake,? is telling me
Moving out too late, [??]
Never wanna waste, whipping on your waist
I don’t wanna face, probably you should make time
Probably you should make time
Probably you should make time
Break me up and put me out
Don’t got time to let you down
You say I’ll be good for now
I don’t want to shut you out
Break me up and put me out
Don’t got time to let you down
You say I’ll be good for now
I don’t want to shut you out Just give me a moment when you’re chillin with the new
I know way too well exactly how it feels to lose
Drink and fuck all night, I guess that’s just what we do
Like I’m feeling empty, I got nothing left to prove
Counting down the days, gotta make some bigger news
Only seventeen, but I see what life can do to ya
I need to losen up, I don’t believe in love
And I don’t see you much, I guess this ain’t enough
Is it too late for us?

Over Easy, Lydia Kelly – Be Somebody feat. YON

[Dance& EDM]

CHORUS:
I don’t wanna stand in this crowded place
Both feet on the ground looking up in space
Wishing that I might be found,
Doin’ my sound, pick me up somehow
I feel like I’ve been losing myself
Waiting on someone else to call me
Excuses I’ve been runnin’ through
To get away from you, it’s on me
No, I don’t wanna, no I don’t wanna
No, I don’t wanna be just somebody
No, I don’t wanna, no I don’t wanna
No, I don’t wanna be just somebody
CHORUS:
I don’t wanna stand in this crowded place
Both feet on the ground looking up in space
Wishing that I might be found,
Doin’ my sound, pick me up somehow
Yeah, I keep thinkin’ how do I break this down? Looking at a wall and I can’t get out
I just keep my head on right
Livin’ my life, yeah, I’ll reach that high
I feel like I’ve been losing myself
Waiting on someone else to call me
Excuses I’ve been runnin’ through
To get away from you, it’s on me
No, I don’t wanna, no I don’t wanna
No, I don’t wanna be just somebody
No, I don’t wanna, no I don’t wanna
No, I don’t wanna be just somebody
Somebody
Somebody
Somebody
Somebody
CHORUS:
I don’t wanna stand in this crowded place
Both feet on the ground looking up in space
Wishing that I might be found,
Doin’ my sound, pick me up somehow
Somebody
Somebody
Somebody

AMIR – What you want

Feels like I can’t read your mind
You’re on your way now
Things we’re gonna try in due time
Before your way out
No, don’t keep me waiting too much
‘Cause you feel for this fire
Baby, if love is the game
You’re my only empire
Dance, you’re doing great
This game ain’t fair
‘Cause girl you stole my heart away
What you, what you want is all I have
And I will give it all to you
Do what you want, take my heart
That’s from me to you
(x2)
We can [?] fast all day get slow
What’s your pleasure
If you feel like it just take control
I like the pressure of your body next to mine
And shawty we can skip this party
And get naughty if you wanna say the word
But now I’m like
Dance, you’re doing great
This game ain’t fair
‘Cause girl you stole my heart away
What you, what you want is all I have
And I will give it all to you
Do what you want, take my heart
That’s from me to you
(x2)

Krewella – Bad liar

I try to keep my secrets, but I must admit
Sometimes I drink my feelings, so I can let you in
Memories bleeding, when you touch my skin
Then you’re back again, oooh
And if I never, ever called
It’s because I hated goodbyes, you know
Then I never, ever called
Because I didn’t wanna let you go
And if I never, ever called
It’s because I hated goodbyes, you know
So I never, ever called
‘Cause I didn’t wanna let you know
That I’m such a bad, bad liar
and you just set my bones on fire. Yeah, it makes no sense, oooh
And if I never, ever called
It’s because I hated goodbyes, you know
Then I never, ever called
Because I didn’t wanna let you know
That I’m such a bad, bad liar
And you just set my bones on fire
And I just need a hand on my mouth,
when you’re around
Stop it from pouring down
I’m a bad, bad, bad, bad liar
Such a bad
Such a bad, bad, bad, bad
If I’m bein’ honest, I’ll just say I wanted
Can’t fight the feelin’, I’ll open up to you
Can’t fight the feelin’, I’ll open up
And if I’m bein’ honest, I’mma freefallin’
Yeah, fight the feelin’, I’ll open up to you
Cause you know I’m such a bad, bad liar
And you just set my bones on fire
And I just need a hand on my mouth,
when you’re around
Stop it from pouring out
I’m a bad, bad, bad, bad liar
Such a bad
Such a bad, bad, bad, bad liar And I just need a hand on my mouth,
when you’re around
Stop it from pouring down
I’m a bad, bad, bad, bad liar
Such a bad
Such a bad, bad, bad, bad liar
I tried to hide my emotions
But they’re runnin’ free
Sometimes they’re hard to notion
I feel it drownin’ me
Why am I only open
When you’re about to leave?

Tom Norton – Dolphins

[Electronic music]

Breathe,
Just hold your hand back
It’s just another talk
Happens all the time
Girl,
Your friends are nowhere
You’re fighting for air
There’s nowhere to hide
I know it’s not okay
I’m looking for a way to say sorry
But I know that you’ve changed
and I don’t think you know your way home
[Instrumental break]
Dolphins
Are racing through my brain
I don’t remember waking up last night
Did you ever hold my hand? Crazy,
I was crazy to forget if I hold you tighter
You’d just slip away
But the pages of the book,
The ones I thought you took is still there
I know I’ll be okay
‘Cause I don’t need to say that I’m sorry
Yes, I know I’ve changed
but I know I can find my way home
[Instrumental break] and did you ever understand it’s not fair?

Tom Norton – Paper Trails

[Electronic music]
Paper trails are soaking in my bathroom
I don’t know which way they’d like to go
I feel that I’m slipping to the dark side
I’m fighting for a cause that I don’t know
I’m nervous when I’m sitting in the front seat
Go too fast, I have nowhere to hide
We’re so close that I can feel your heartbeat
My home is far away
CHORUS:
Take me to your room, show me how you get down
I just wanna see the way you move
We don’t have to talk much, I just want to be touched
To get myself to breathe when I’m with you
Take me to your room, show me how you get down
I just wanna see the way you move
We don’t have to talk much, I just want to be touched
I want to spend each night alone with you
[Instrumental break]
Paper trails are soaking in my bathroom
I don’t know which way they’d like to go
I feel that I’m slipping to the dark side
My home is far away
CHORUS:
Take me to your room, show me how you get down
I just wanna see the way you move
We don’t have to talk much, I just want to be touched
To get myself to breathe when I’m with you
Take me to your room, show me how you get down
I just wanna see the way you move
We don’t have to talk much, I just want to be touched
I want to spend each night alone with you

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She keeps me in line.”Again, it comes back to seeing her enjoying life and enjoying being out there and doing something.”The Que Sera Sera Coffee Van is clearly already well loved by its customers.”Since they’ve been coming I’ve noticed the difference with Bron, she’s not as reserved now and she’s more open, she jumps out of the car and she’s straight in, and says good morning,” customer Sue Eaves said.”You always see this beautiful smile on her face, so that’s what you like to see — someone happy.”‘It is breaking down stereotypes’

Only about half of Australians with disabilities are employed, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, and they can face additional hurdles trying to find work.Bron does have another job at local cafe and bar Willie Smith’s Apple Shed, which she loves, but she had to stop working recently because her support worker left.”I have to wait for a support worker, it sucks, but I’m hoping to get back into it,” Bron said.Ms Lovell said they are trying to find another support worker so Bron can work there as well as at the coffee van “because she misses it and they miss her too”.Ms Lovell said when it comes to the van, Bron doesn’t rely on a support worker.”She does need support in some areas of working,” she said.”With me being with the van, I’m acting as her support worker, I guess, but some days she’s actually acting as my support worker as well.”She hopes Bron and the van can change attitudes toward people with disabilities.”It actually is breaking down stereotypes, to not look at someone whether they have Down syndrome or any disability and think they’re not going to be able to do that job. [I] enjoy myself working in the van with her. I feel great.” They can,” Ms Lovell said.”Yes, sometimes they need help, but Bron has proven where there’s a will there’s a way.”Pouring it Forward: The coffee van gives back

Que Sera Sera Coffee doesn’t just sell coffees to its customers — it also has a scheme to give back to the community, called “Pouring it Forward”.People can buy coffees online or in person to be given to someone else in the community, such as a nurse, emergency service worker or a homeless person.After struggling to gain finance for their small business, Sonya and Bron plan to put the profits from those coffee sales into a fund to help another disadvantaged person trying to start a business or get into work.The coffee van recently pulled in to the Emergency Department of the Royal Hobart Hospital to give out some of the Pour it Forward coffees to the nurses, who were taken aback by the generosity.”I’m really thankful that people can be grateful for the work that we do,” nurse Caitlin Jennings said.”This is really a special kind of a thing to receive.”Some of the cups have personal messages scrawled on them and one nurse read out the message on her cup to her colleagues.”Thanks for helping my Mum this week, love Stella, age eight,” was written on one of the cups.”Oh, that’s so sweet!” “So nice!” the nurses said when they read it.”Well, the nurses are happy,” said Bron after handing out the last of the coffees and posing for some photos with the grateful recipients.”So, I feel happy. As the sun rises over the small Tasmanian town of Huonville, the Que Sera Sera Coffee van is already humming down the highway.On board is Sonya Lovell and her daughter Bronwyn Shelverton.It has been three months since the mother-daughter team launched the mobile coffee business as a way of providing stable employment for Bron, who has Down syndrome.”Unfortunately because she does have a disability, for her to be in traditional employment, she’s dictated to be paid a certain minimum wage, which I didn’t see as fair,” Ms Lovell told 7.30.”I thought there’s got to be a better way. So hopefully, in five or 10 years that this will be Bron’s future.”She’ll be able to travel to New York like she wants to and save for those things — like the bands she wants to go and see.”‘That’s what you like to see — someone happy’

The van is on a tight schedule, racing around local businesses and making coffees on site.”My day is really good, it’s so busy and hectic, though,” Bron said.”My job is taking orders and people say hello, [answering] questions, and Mum does making coffees and stuff like that.”Mum makes me happy. Yeah, she makes my day.”That sentiment seems to go both ways.”We get along really well, we work together really well, which is great,” Ms Lovell said.”The laughs that she makes me have through the day!
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