PARTYNEXTDOOR – Porsche Lyrics

[Intro: Roy Woods]
Mhm, oh-oh-oh
Oh-oh-ohh
Oh-oh-ohh
[Verse 1: PARTYNEXTDOOR]
Bitch, I told my momma that I’m gonna bleed grief
I told my momma that I’m gonna see this
I told my ex that I’m gonna see a milli’
I told my momma that I’m gonna see a billi’
I told my momma that it ain’t no shittin’
I copped my momma a coupe with no ceilings
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, facts
[Chorus: Roy Woods]
We buy two, three, four, uh
We buy two, three more, uh
Be buy two, three, fours, uh
Y’all already know I can buy a Porsche
[Bridge: Roy Woods]
I need me an [?]
So I’ma have a one-three dose
Hey, yep
Ohh, ohh
Oh-oh-ohh
Oh-oh-ohh
[?], oh, no, no
[Chorus: Roy Woods]
We buy two, three, four, uh
We buy two, three more, uh
Be buy two, three, fours, uh
Y’all already know I can buy a Porsche
We buy two, three, four, uh
We buy two, three more, uh
Be buy two, three, fours, uh
Y’all already know I can buy a Porsche
[Verse 2: PARTYNEXTDOOR & Roy Woods]
She already talk about Austin
She already talkin’ ’bout a trip
Ayy, she already talkin’ with a [?]
Ayy, cost the same amount as [?]
Ayy, cost about three-four keys
Ayy, cost about three-four P
Brr, brr, that’s [?]
Brr, brr, brr, that’s the way it go
Keep the taste brief ’cause I’m about my business
Got ten toes down and my momma [?] (toes, ten)
Five grand down on my feet
You can’t tell me I can’t handle business
I spend two-fifty on my nigga, Jesus Christ
Woo, and Lord is my witness
All I do is rep the gang-gang-gang-gang
All I do is bang-bang-bang-bang-bang-bang
It ain’t over ’til the old lady sing-sing-sing
[Outro: Roy Woods]
Shawty came in
Shawty keep me in her playlist
Shawty tell me I’m her favorite
But she my lil’ baby
Shawty call me on the way out
Shawty knows how to play fair

Imagine Dragons – Natural Lyrics

Lookin’ through the glass find the wrong within the past knowin’
Oh, we are the youth
Call out to the beast, not a word without the peace, facing
A bit of the truth, the truth
[Pre-Chorus]
That’s the price you pay
Leave behind your heartache, cast away
Just another product of today
Rather be the hunter than the prey
And you’re standing on the edge, face up ’cause you’re a…
[Chorus]
Natural
A beating heart of stone
You gotta be so cold
To make it in this world
Yeah, you’re a natural
Living your life cutthroat
You gotta be so cold
Yeah, you’re a natural
[Bridge]
Deep inside me, I’m fading to black, I’m fading
Took an oath by the blood of my hand, won’t break it
I can taste it, the end is upon us, I swear
Gonna make it
I’m gonna make it
[Chorus]
Natural
A beating heart of stone
You gotta be so cold
To make it in this world
Yeah, you’re a natural
Living your life cutthroat
You gotta be so cold
Yeah, you’re a natural
[Outro]
Natural
Yeah, you’re a natural Will it save us from our sin? [Verse 1]
Well, you hold the line
When every one of them is giving up or giving in, tell me
In this house of mine
Nothing ever comes without a consequence or cost, tell me
Will the stars align? Will heaven step in? ‘Cause this house of mine stands strong
[Pre-Chorus]
That’s the price you pay
Leave behind your heartache, cast away
Just another product of today
Rather be the hunter than the prey
And you’re standing on the edge, face up ’cause you’re a…
[Chorus]
Natural
A beating heart of stone
You gotta be so cold
To make it in this world
Yeah, you’re a natural
Living your life cutthroat
You gotta be so cold
Yeah, you’re a natural
[Verse 2]
Will somebody
Let me see the light within the dark trees’ shadows and
What’s happenin’? Will it?

‘Sport is the answer’: Creating positive change for prisoners, disadvantaged youth

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They’ve even done some work overseas, in Fiji and Uganda, and say the results have been amazing. “They just don’t have the money to buy a ball.”Mr Gallus said engaging young people in sport could help give them an alternative path in life and keep them out of trouble with the law. “Also kids in need of a community and in need of a positive pathway in life, sport gives them that.”Another point of difference with Footys4All is participants get to keep the equipment after the clinic ends. In his bag is a range of sporting equipment — footballs, soccer balls, basketballs, cricket bats — and an opportunity for detainees to run around and smile for a while.His not-for-profit organisation Footys4All is working to get sports equipment to the most disadvantaged members of society. Photo:
A Footys4all and Specky Dreaming clinic made its way to Halls Creek in Western Australia. When Michael Gallus walks into a prison or a youth justice centre, he is met with great enthusiasm from inmates. It has the power to inspire.”

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Footballs were handed out at Cobden Primary School after the region was hit by damaging bushfires. it makes them want to feel and act in a better way when they come back into society and it also gives them a community to join when they come out.”The volunteer-run organisation is seeking government funding to expand its programs into more schools, giving more children the chance to benefit from being active and engaged in sport.”If we can give them that hope and that opportunity, it’s going to create a great deal of positive community change,” Mr Gallus said.”Sport is the answer.”

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The clinics have reached remote communities such as Numbulwar in the Northern Territory. (Supplied: Footys4All)
“If we can give them a ball, if we can get them involved in sport, well they’ve got a positive pathway, they’ve got a positive community. (Supplied: Footys4All)
Mr Gallus said many children from disadvantaged backgrounds didn’t get the opportunity to play team sports.”I’ve seen the positive effects that sport has on children and there’s so many kids out there that aren’t getting that opportunity.”The people that we target, the communities that we work in across the low socio-economic areas, they’re hurting. “The gas prices are up, the electricity prices are up, food prices are up, and I take my hat off to these families, they’re doing all they can to keep their kids alive. So far the group has given away more than 22,000 new balls.”Nelson Mandela said sport speaks to youth in a language they understand,” Mr Gallus said.”It’s more powerful than government in breaking down racial barriers. Photo:
Michael Gallus says sport gives inmates a positive outlet and a community to join when they’re released. Well we all know that in real life, prisoners come back into the community.”If we can give them some positivity and some hope that people care about them … So far he has held clinics or tournaments in prisons, remote Aboriginal communities, low socio-economic areas and special-needs schools. “In the prison system and in the general community, people think you lock them away and they never come out again. (Supplied: Footys4All)
“It gives hope and also opportunity to disadvantaged kids,” Mr Gallus said. (Supplied: Footys4all)