6ix9ine – FEFE lyrics

[Verse 1: 6ix9ine]
Pussy got that wet, wet, got that drip, drip
Got that super soaker
Hit that, she a Fefe
Her name Keke, she eat my dick like it’s free free
I don’t even know like “Why I did that?”
I don’t even know like “Why I hit that?”
All I know is that I just can’t wife that
Talk to her nice so she won’t fight back
Turn around and hit it from the back, back, back
Bend her down then I make it clap, clap, clap
[Refrain: 6ix9ine]
I don’t really want no friends
I don’t really want no friends, no
[Verse 2: 6ix9ine]
Draco got that kick-back
When I blow that, they all do track
They don’t shoot back, one shot, close range, red dot
Head tight, yeah, I did that, yeah, I live that
Call a Uber with my shooter
With a Ruger, we gon’ do ya
Niggas say they killin’ people, but I really f*ckin’ do it
[Refrain: 6ix9ine]
I don’t really want no friends
I don’t really want no friends, no
[Verse 3: Nicki Minaj]
He-He tryna 69 like Tekashi, call him papi
Word to A$AP, keep me Rocky
I’m from New York, so I’m cocky
Say he f*ckin’ with my posse
Copped me Khloé like Kardashi’
Keep this n*gger in Versace
Said I’m pretty like Tinashe
P-Put it all up in his face, did I catch a case? Murda on the beat so it’s not nice! It’s King of New York, lookin’ for the Queen
Uh, you got the right one
L-let these-l-let these b-b-bitches know, nigga
Queens, Brooklyn, brr, ah! [Intro: 6ix9ine, Nicki Minaj, & Baka]
It’s f*ckin’ TR3YWAY! Pussy game just caught a body, but I never leave a trace
Face is pretty, ass for days
I get chips, I ask for Lay’s
I just sit back and when he done, I be like, “Yo, how’d it taste?”
(Yo, how’d it taste?!)
[Refrain: 6ix9ine]
I don’t really want no friends
I don’t really want no friends, no
[Verse 4: Nicki Minaj]
Ayo, Draco got that kick-back
When it kick-back, you can’t get yo sh*t back
In fact this that bitch
That “I hate small talk, I don’t f*ck with chit-chat”
AC just stopped workin’, so they hit me
Told me bring my wrist back
Come through rockin’ fashions
That got all these bitches like “Yo, what’s that?”
[Refrain: 6ix9ine & Nicki Minaj]
I don’t really want no friends
I don’t really want no friends, no
[Verse 5: 6ix9ine & Nicki Minaj]
Eeny, meeny, miny, moe, I catch a hoe right by her toe
If she ain’t f*ckin’ me and Nicki, kick that ho right through the door
(TR3YWAY)
I don’t really want no friends, my old ho just bought this Benz
Nicki just hopped in this sh*t, now I won’t see that bitch again
[Bridge: 6ix9ine & Nicki Minaj]
Eeny, meeny, miny, moe (no)
I catch a ho right by her toe (no)
If she ain’t f*ckin’ me and Nicki (no)
Kick that ho right through the door (no, TR3YWAY)
[Outro: Nicki Minaj & 6ix9ine]
Mmm, Young Money, Young Money bunny
Colorful hair, don’t care
I don’t really want no friends, I don’t really want no friends, no
I don’t really want no friends, I don’t really want no friends, no
Scum Gang!

Mario – Drowning Lyrics

I never thought I’d be in between her legs
While I’m still thinking bout you
And I’m in too deep to pull out now
She’s suffering while I feel good
When I said we should stop
You didn’t wanna save me
Now my feet can’t touch the ground
I’m going down
The closer I get to you baby
Your waters are rising
While her tears are falling
But I’m so close to you baby
Either way I’m thinking
I’m sinking, I’m not swimming
In your waters I’m drowning, drowning, drowning
My head’s underwater, her tears overflowing
Please stop me from drowning, drowning, drowning
Her tears won’t stop falling, and your body keeps calling
I’ll drown it out for now
Tell you the truth I could get used to this
But I don’t wanna suffocate you
‘Cause even with two queens in my hands
If I’m playing games I could still lose
When I said we should stop
You didn’t wanna save me
Now my feet can’t touch the ground
I’m going down
The closer I get to you baby
Your waters are rising
While her tears are falling
But I’m so close to you baby
Either way I’m thinking
I’m sinking, I’m not swimming
In your waters I’m drowning, drowning, drowning
My head’s underwater, her tears overflowing
Please stop me from drowning, drowning, drowning
Her tears won’t stop falling, and your body keeps calling
I’ll drown it out for now
I’ma drown it out for now
I’ll drown it out for now
The closer I get to you baby
Your waters are rising
While her tears are falling
But I’m so close to you baby
Either way I’m thinking
I’m sinking, I’m not swimming
In your waters I’m drowning, drowning, drowning
My head’s underwater, her tears overflowing
Please stop me from drowning, drowning, drowning
Her tears won’t stop falling, and your body keeps calling
I’ll drown it out for now

Juice WRLD – London Tipton Lyrics

[Chorus: Juice WRLD]
I’ve been runnin’ off on plugs, I need to rob another one
I’ve been rubbin’ off on all these niggas, cause they steal the sauce
Fuck niggas and hatin’ hoes, bitch I hate those
That lil bitch goes “hiss, hiss”, she a snake hoe
Somethin’ like a bad kid, I don’t listen
Baby these not advils, these perscriptions
I just dropped a xan bar, in my Lipton
I’m livin’ the sweet life, London Tipton
[Verse: Juice WRLD]
Damn hoe, damn hoe
You ain’t no fair
Fast life, fast life, no slow here
Got a Columbian plug, she a coke head
Told her come and ride dick like Moped
Take off, then she take her shirt off
Start the car, then skrt off
Then she take her skirt off
I love poppin’ pills, mix it with the Smirnoff
Told me when I get too high and throw up, that’s a turn off
Light my demons on fire and pray to god they burn off
I ain’t birdman baby, but I’m still Stunna
Drip or Drown with the sauce, like my name Gunna
I like percocets way more than Marijuanna
[Chorus: Juice WRLD]
I’ve been runnin’ off on plugs, I need to rob another one
I’ve been rubbin’ off on all these niggas, cause they steal the sauce
Fuck niggas and hatin’ hoes, bitch I hate those
That lil bitch goes “hiss, hiss”, she a snake hoe
Somethin’ like a bad kid, I don’t listen
Baby these not advils, these perscriptions
I just dropped a xan bar, in my Lipton
I’m livin’ the sweet life, London Tipton
[Verse: Doobie Dalil]
Get it how you live then, fuck my enemies
I just put a pyramid, in my Hennessey
I’m in the streets, and if she got an ass I’m prolly in her cheeks
She like “I gave Doobie some pussy, he don’t remember me” I never do
Slidin’ in my DM, who the hell is you
Vibin in this bitch, I’m smokin stank and eatin’ edibles
Fuck it if it do not benefit, or bring us revenue
50 on my glizzy, one up top how I prepare to shoot
Gang bitch, run off on the plug, it’s the gang shit
It’s like I don’t even wipe my ass, how I stain shit
Fuck her rough, choke her while I slam it like I’m camb, bitch
And I swear I don’t [?] my dick inside the same bitch
[Chorus: Juice WRLD]
I’ve been runnin’ off on plugs, I need to rob another one
I’ve been rubbin’ off on all these niggas, cause they steal the sauce
Fuck niggas and hatin’ hoes, bitch I hate those
That lil bitch goes “hiss, hiss”, she a snake hoe
Somethin’ like a bad kid, I don’t listen
Baby these not advils, these perscriptions
I just dropped a xan bar, in my Lipton
I’m livin’ the sweet life, London Tipton

Selena Gomez – Everything Is Not What It Seems Lyrics

There’s a whole other world that you only know
When you can make yourself invisible from head to toe
But understand, it’s not the status quo
Oh, careful what you show! [Chorus]
Everything is not what it seems
When you can get all you wanted in your wildest dreams
You might run into trouble if you go to extremes
Because everything is not what it seems
Everything is not what it seems
When you can have what you want by the simplest of means
Be careful not to mess with the balance of things
Because everything is not what it seems
[Breakdown]
Oh, ohh-oh
Ohh-oh, oh
Oh, ohh-oh
Ohh-oh, oh
[Bridge]
Uh, oh! Things are getting kind of tricky
But it doesn’t mean much to a girl like me
‘Cause I can do the things that you’ll never believe
Even in your wildest dreams
Well, excuse me
I know it’s strange, but true
In my opinion, from my point of view
But once in a blue moon, I don’t know what to do
It’s like a catch-22
[Chorus]
Everything is not what it seems
When you can get all you wanted in your wildest dreams
You might run into trouble if you go to extremes
Because everything is not what it seems
Everything is not what it seems
When you can have what you want by the simplest of means
Be careful not to mess with the balance of things
Because everything is not what it seems
[Outro]
Everything is not what it seems
When you can have what you want by the simplest of means
Be careful not to mess with the balance of things
Because everything is not
What it seems [Intro]
Everything
Is not
What it seems
[Verse 1]
Well, you know everything’s gonna be a breeze
That the end will no doubt justify the means
You can fix any problem with the slightest of ease
Yes, please
But you might find out it’ll go to your head
When you write a report on a book you never read
With the snap of your fingers you can make your bed
That’s what I said
[Refrain]
Everything is not what it seems
When you can get all you wanted in your wildest dreams
You might run into trouble if you go to extremes
Because everything is not what it seems
[Verse 2]
There’s always a lotta people that you need to see
But you got a quick way to get from A to B
Just be careful of who’s aware of your reality
You know what I mean!

Year 12 student collects hundreds of donated formal dresses to help others

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By

Carla Mascarenhas

Updated

July 22, 2018 08:47:10

Video: More than 200 dresses have been donated to Chelsea Connell's project Cindarella Gift

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Chelsea Connell (right) and her friend Amy Cordell inspect dresses. With preparations for school formals starting months in advance for some students, Ms Connell launched her project called Cinderella’s Gift. Photo:
Elizabeth Pike (pictured centre with friends) says there’s pressure associated with the formal. “I thought what a fabulous idea helping young girls look their best for their school formals.”I have some lovely dresses myself here so I rang Chelsea and said, ‘I’d like to help kick it off for you’,” Ms Dunn said. “For some people it may be a status thing but hopefully it is just a fun night. “If we aren’t studying, discussion between girls at school usually reverts to the subject of the formal.”Vee Vien Teh from Headspace in Port Macquarie said while the school formal wasn’t one of the main issues girls talked to her about, it was discussed. (ABC Mid North Coast: Carla Mascarenhas)
The cause touched a nerve with Ms Mac Millan. (Supplied: Facebook: Elizabeth Pike)
“It has naturally become a pageant for many girls which translates to mean the dress, the hair, the make-up, which guy you are taking,” she said. “Due to some of their peers being able to spend more on formal expenses, they feel they have to match that standard.”Chelsea Connell hopes all girls can enjoy their school formal, irrespective of their dress. Photo:
Mental health worker Vee Vien Teh says formals can be stressful for young girls. (ABC Mid North Coast: Carla Mascarenhas)
“There have definitely been some instances where girls express they want to lose weight so they can look good for the formal,” she said.”I have also had some instances where girls have had difficulty trying to afford a dress, make up and hair [styling]. “I saw a need for girls needing dresses because formal dresses can be so expensive and I did not want anyone to not go to their formal because of that,” Ms Connell said.The Port Macquarie community has responded in kind, donating more than 200 dresses so far as well as make up, shoes and bags.Clothes shop owner Wendy Dunn is one of the locals who has generously helped. “I grew up on a farm and we didn’t have a lot of money so I made my own dress for my formal.”She recalls accidentally cutting a hole in her handmade black taffeta dress the night before her Year 12 formal in 1982.”I was beside myself,” she said laughing.”With my father’s help, we matched the material and I neatly hand sewed it. Photo:
Shop owner Dale Mac Millan has donated her shop space for Chelsea Connell to hold open days for girls to find a formal dress. It is only one night.Don’t be afraid to upcycle or recycle a dress.Rock your formal style and have an amazing night.Don’t forget photos (even if they are just selfies). Finding the perfect outfit

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Year 12 student Amity Gilmore attended an open day to find the perfect dress. (ABC Mid North Coast: Carla Mascarenhas)
Amity Gilmore went along to one of the open days held by Ms Connell for girls to try on different dresses.”I come from a family that has financially struggled from time to time,” she said. “My mum works really hard to earn the money.”I think it is a real privilege to be able to be given a dress when you can’t go out and buy one yourself.”Dale Mac Millan donated her vintage dress space Velvet Rose Dressing Room for an open day. Chelsea Connell’s tips for school formal preparationBe comfortable in your own skin.Choose a style that suits ‘you’.Try to stick to a formal budget. (ABC Mid North Coast: Carla Mascarenhas) A New South Wales Year 12 student has collected hundreds of donated formal dresses to help girls who might not be able to afford a dress.Chelsea Connell from Port Macquarie on the NSW mid-north coast said the school formal could be an expensive exercise when you added up the dress, accessories, make up, transport and the formal ticket. You couldn’t notice it unless you looked hard so it didn’t spoil my night.”School formal can lead to anxietyElizabeth Pike, a Year 12 student at Port Macquarie High School, said while the formal was something she and her classmates looked forward to, there was a lot of pressure associated with the event. Ms Pike said earlier in the year a few of her classmates created a Facebook page where girls were uploading the dresses they were purchasing.”I’ve heard many girls put themselves down [and say] ‘That dress is pretty but I couldn’t pull it off’ and express anxiety about body image,” she said.Ms Pike said the formal was a big deal.

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‘It was precarious’: Teen surf lifesaving competitor hailed a hero after dramatic first rescue

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One of the patients had broken an ankle. I’ve seen him progress through the ranks of the juniors to a really effective open lifesaver,” he said. Photo:
Surf Life Saving’s volunteer director of training Mike Stevens (right) recently trained Mitchell Knight (left) in inflatable rescue boat (IRB) operations. “He performed his job admirably.”Mr Stevens said the elderly couple were recovering well at Tully Base Hospital. The poor condition of the couple and the tough terrain meant they needed to be flown out by helicopter.For Mitchell, that meant yet another challenge to navigate on water.”At this stage the chopper’s coming in really close,” Mitchell recalled.”The rotor wash is just insane, the boat’s going all over the place.”But he remained composed and in control of the boat while the couple were winched to safety. “We’ve got the training for that and I’m very proud of Mitchell. They were injured and paramedics could not get to them.The 17-year-old piloted the boat that got rescue crews to the scene.”I’ve never been in this situation before but the training kicked in,” Mitchell said.”We didn’t have any doubts, we just did what we had to do.”Simple job turns ‘precarious’ for teen lifesaverMike Stevens, Surf Life Saving’s volunteer director of training in far north Queensland, received the call and knew Mitchell was up to the job. He then ferried the paramedics back to their vehicles.Mitchell did not win a race at the carnival but did chalk up his first successful rescue. It was the culmination of years of training after joining the nippers as a 10-year-old.”Even from the nippers, we’ve been taught that it’s all about patrolling the beach and being able to have those life skills to be able to rescue someone in extreme situations or even just someone that’s got a cut,” he said.”I felt pretty proud to go and rescue someone in need and I’m just glad I had the training that I did.”Mr Stevens hailed the coordinated effort from all the emergency services involved but had special praise for the young hero from Port Douglas. “I’ve actually trained him as a driver recently and knew his capabilities, so we went off to investigate,” Mr Stevens said.The two-man crew took an inflatable rescue boat five kilometres south to Lugger Bay to meet the other emergency services stranded by the terrain.The boat was able to round the headland but Mr Stevens said the job was far from straightforward.”All the waves were crashing into the rocks so it made it difficult, but we found an alcove so that I could go up the rocks to the patients,” he said.”We thought it would be quite a simple job but it turned into quite a precarious one because of where the patients were located.”Mr Stevens stayed with the patients while Mitchell returned to relay and ferry back three paramedics. A teenage surf lifesaving competitor is being hailed a hero for his role in a dramatic airlift rescue in far north Queensland.Mitchell Knight was helping pack up a carnival on Saturday evening when he got the call that there was a real life emergency.An elderly couple had fallen 20 metres down rocks from a walking trail at Lugger Bay south of Mission Beach.
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Brendan Mounter

Updated

July 22, 2018 15:01:42

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Mitchell Knight and Mike Stevens on board the boat in which they conducted the rescue. (Supplied: Audience submitted)
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Ute-load of kindness a random act giving a struggling farmer hope

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July 22, 2018 14:38:08

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‘Jake from Sydney’ (left) travelled to deliver a ute-load of hay to struggling farmer David Wicks.
NSW Upper Hunter farmer David Wicks is struggling through the worst drought in living memory, but a stranger in the city that googled his name has given him hope.It has been a tough period for the Bunnan farmer, who was rushed into hospital days before Christmas last year for open heart surgery.He said the stress from dealing with the dry conditions lead him to a quadruple bypass.But one phone call from a stranger has given him the energy to continue. I’ve never ever seen it as bad as this,” he said. Photo:
Drought has hit hard for farmers in the NSW Upper Hunter region (ABC News: Jordan Hayne)
Mr Wicks was at home with his wife watching TV last week when he received a phone call from the stranger.The man who introduced himself as ‘Jake from Sydney’ had seen Mr Wicks’ story in the media earlier in the year and decided to reach out to help.”I told him what’s going on with the land and he asked me what I’m feeding my cows.””I said ‘why are you asking these questions Jake?'”He said ‘well Dave, I want to put a load of hay on my ute and bring it up to you and feed your cows for a day’.”Mr Wicks got very emotional at the offer.”For somebody to ring me up and ask me if he could come feed my cows for a day — that was the biggest thing to get me up off the ground,” he said.”He had just googled my name and got my phone number and just rung me up and offered this.”He said those in the country were used to looking out for each other, but he was not used to this kind of generosity from the city.”I’m still getting goosebumps today thinking there’s somebody out there who’s thinking of us.”Avalibility of feed dwindling Mr Wicks said Jake’s offer had come at a good time as feed for his cattle is getting harder to source.”We’re dragging it all the way out of Victoria and South Australia,” he said.”But to get the hay to here costs me twice as much as what the hay is worth.”He said it was making it even harder to sustain the farm.”I’m 56 years of age and have lived on this farm all my life. Photo:
David Wicks with his daughter Kelly and wife Von at their Bunnan property. (ABC News: Col Kerr)
Paying it forward For Mr Wicks and his family the ute-load of hay is only a drop in the ocean.But he said it was the gesture that meant more than anyone could know.”It’s not the quantity, it’s the thought,” he said.”It just gets my wife and my daughter and myself out there and wanting to do things the next day.”Mr Wicks was selling off some of his cattle over the weekend at the Maitland Saleyards.’Jake from Sydney’ drove down on Saturday morning to make the delivery of hay.Jake, who does not want to divulge his surname, said he did not give it much of a second thought.”It’s taking and giving in life, I think, and it was my turn to pay it forward — to give a little bit more to the community,” he said.
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