Chris Brown – Had To Do It… Sorry DJ Khaled Lyrics

I’m tryna find ya (yep)
I hope them other fellas nevermind ya, yeah, yeah
So I can pull down your blinds, girl, I swear
[Chorus: Chris Brown & Michael Jackson]
I wanna wake up naked next to you (next to you, baby)
We can rock, we can rock the
Next to you, to you, to you, to you (ooh, I)
I wanna wake up naked next to you (to, to you, oh, to you, to you, to you)
[Verse 2: Chris Brown]
And my pad on the East Side, B side
Now you down like a beach towel
I, want the breakfast in bed
Body soft like butter spread, girl, you a snack (yikes!)
Got that bass in your trunk (oh!)
And two Chevy’s side to side (woo)
We can ride all night, ’cause I’m all papers now
[Pre-Chorus 2: Chris Brown]
I need a fatty on me
I keep a Magnum on me
Don’t pack 24 karats
Really, I’m all in it, girl (hey)
Where you at? I’m right behind ya, yeah
And tell them other niggas don’t bother (yeah)
‘Cause I’ma love you all night, yeah, I swear, yeah (oh)
[Chorus: Chris Brown & Michael Jackson]
I wanna wake up naked next to you (next to you, baby)
We can rock, we can rock the
Next to you, to you, to you, to you (ooh, I)
I wanna wake up naked next to you (to, to you, oh, to you, to you, to you)
[Bridge: Chris Brown]
Good morning, my moses
French toast and French kiss is what I want
Yeah, Folgers, stay over
Sweat pants and hair up in a pony, ha
You know I love that fresh face, ooh, woah
Up in that bag, already packed
Bring that ass over to my place (ow!)
Bring that ass to my place, come on (ooh, hoo)
My house, place, place
[Chorus: Chris Brown & Michael Jackson]
I wanna wake up naked next to you (next to you, baby)
We can rock, we can rock the
Next to you, to you, to you, to you (ooh, I)
I wanna wake up naked next to you (to, to you, oh, to you, to you, to you)
[Outro: Michael Jackson]
And we can ride, and we can ride the boogie
Share that beat of love
I wanna rock with you [Intro: Michael Jackson & DJ Khaled]
And we can ride, and we can ride the boogie
We the Best Music! [Verse 1: Chris Brown]
I’ve been looking for a BM
‘Bout to see this boy slide, that’s a DM
Yeah, got into her DM (ayy)
And I started lining up for the PM, baby (woah)
I need a one, two, three-some
I need a girl to throw it back like a refund, I don’t mind
Feel that beat (that beat), baby
Bounce that ass and I’m grabbing it like a rebound
[Pre-Chorus: Chris Brown]
‘Cause I want a fatty on me
‘Cause I keep a Magnum on me
Don’t mind, take your time on me
Late night, rub that ass on me, girl
Where you at? You gotta feel that beat
And we can ride, and we can ride the boogie
Another one
I wanna rock with you
DJ Khaled!

Jess Glynne – All I Am Lyrics

[Verse 1]
Every butterfly I get belongs to you
You don’t believe me but it’s true
Show the freckles arms, spell out your name
Real feelings coming through
[Pre-Chorus]
‘Cause all I know and all I am is you
Yeah all I know and all I am is you
I’m breaking my silence
‘Cause I’ve had a few
I just can’t deny it
That all I know and all I am is you
[Chorus]
Every time I think I’m falling
I know you’re falling too
There’s no doubt you’re all in
If you ever think you’re falling
You know I’ll catch you too
‘Cause all I am is you
[Verse 2]
Every daydream I have start and ends with you
I wanna play it one more time
When I need an alibi, you’re my perfect excuse
You are always on my side
[Pre-Chorus]
‘Cause all I know and all I am is you
I’m breaking my silence
‘Cause I’ve had a few
I just can’t deny it
That all I know and all I am is you
[Chorus]
Every time I think I’m falling
I know you’re falling too
There’s no doubt you’re all in
If you ever think you’re falling
You know I’ll catch you too
All I am is you
[Bridge]
It feels like I’m miles away
You bring me back home again
You hold me through my mistakes
Let go as we start again
You’re a habit I’ll never break
No no, no no, no
[Pre-Chorus]
I’m breaking my silence
‘Cause I’ve had a few
I just can’t deny it (oh, no)
That all I know and all I am is you
[Chorus]
Every time I think I’m falling
I know you’re falling too
There’s no doubt you’re all in
If you ever think you’re falling
You know I’ll catch you too
All I am, oh
‘Cause all I know and all I am is you
Yeah all I know and all I am is you
‘Cause all I know and all I am is you

Johnny Orlando – What If (Acoustic) Lyrics

Am I really crazy thinking ’bout this all together? [Verse 1: Johnny Orlando]
Let’s talk about all the things that we shouldn’t talk about
Those kind of words that will change all the things we talk about
Tell me do you ever think of us? What if we are taking chances just to loose it all? We stay, we go
What if I told you I like you? What if I’ve been missing all the writing on the wall? [Chorus: Johnny Orlando]
What if I say
I know, you know
What if I told you I like you? What if I told you I like you? We stay, we go
What if I told you I like you? Should I keep going or maybe it’s better to stop? We stay, we go
What if I told you I like you? We stay, we go
What if I told you I like you? I like you
What if I told you I like you? [Pre-Chorus: Johnny Orlando]
What if a tomorrow means that we are here together? We stay, we go
What if I told you I like you? I know, you know
What if I told you I like you? Should I ask for more or should I stop? What if I told you I like you? We stay, we go
We stay, we go
What if I told you I like you? [Chorus: Johnny Orlando]
What if I say
I know, you know
What if I told you I like you? [Verse 2: Johnny Orlando]
I hear everything they saying, saying ’bout us
It’s not about right or wrong, it’s about what we love
Would it be simple or would it be too complicated? [Outro: Johnny Orlando]
Let’s talk about all the things we shouldn’t talk about. What if I’ve been missing the writing on the wall? We stay, we go
What if I told you I like you? Am I really crazy thinking ’bout this all together? [Pre-Chorus: Johnny Orlando]
What if a tomorrow means that we are here together? [Bridge: Johnny Orlando]
What if I say
I know, you know
What if I told you I like you? I know, you know
What if I told you I like you? What if we are taking chances just to lose it all? I know, you know
What if I told you I like you? What if I told you I like you?

Why the quest for Best in Show can be a bit of a dog fight

(ABC Central Victoria: Larissa Romensky) ABC Central Victoria

By

Larissa Romensky

Updated

August 05, 2018 12:31:41

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Old English Sheepdog Bucky gets ready for his show.
It involves washing, grooming and pre-show styling.Mr Moore co-owns 10 Old English sheepdogs dogs with his family. (ABC Central Victoria: Larissa Romensky)
Originally from Indonesia the all-breed judge moved to Australia seven years ago and holds a National Kennel Club licence.Serious and silent on the field when judging, he said he looked at the breed for soundness, balance of movements and character.”It excites me to see a very nice dog with a good structure and very balanced with good behaviour,” Mr Tan said. Photo:
Jason Moore’s girlfriend Kestral Orr and her five-year-old Gordon Setter, Heff. (ABC Central Victoria: Larissa Romensky) We’re completely obsessed, and we all connect on that level,” Ms Berlyn said. They might be good friends outside the ring, but when it comes to competing the rivalry between dog-show participants can be intense.More than 3,000 dogs from across the country converged on the Bendigo and Eaglehawk Kennel Club’s 85th annual Dog Show Championship this weekend.Held over three days across four shows, people from as far away as Western Australia attended the indoor event.The Secretary of the Bendigo and Eaglehawk Kennel club, Carol Hobday, summed up why people love dogs so much.”You can come home at two o’clock in the morning blind drunk and your dog loves you — they’re companions, they’re your best friend,” she laughed.But dog shows are more than just being about a love of dogs.Attending dog shows is a fun, social activity for many who travel across the country regularly — but alongside the friendships sits a rivalry.”The old saying is, you’re friends outside the ring, inside the ring you’re competitors,” attendee Shaun Manning said. Mr Moore spends hours grooming his dogs. Photo:
Boston Terrier owner Shaun Manning with his three-year-old Grand Champion, Jericho. (ABC Central Victoria: Larissa Romensky)
But judge Zachary Tan from Perth, who spent about 15 years in training to become a dog show judge, does not agree.Having spent hours examining hundreds of dogs each day of the championship he said he did not pay any attention to the owners’ outfits and said professional handlers were not required in Australia, unlike many other countries.”It’s only the way they present the dog which is really important,” Mr Tan said. (ABC Central Victoria: Larissa Romensky)
Seven judges in total determined the dogs’ (and owners’) fate in seven categories in addition to Best in Show.Ballarat-based chihuahua and miniature pinscher owner, Kimberly Beryln, said the whole point of the shows was for an “objective assessment” by qualified judges.”So, they can assess your dog against the breed standard,” she said.While she said it was just one person’s opinion on the day, it was important to win and lose graciously. Photo:
Jason Moore with Bucky. The grand champion was awarded 100 points a year ago and his proud owner spends about $100 a week on “high quality” dry food and fresh “human grade” raw food for his two dogs.”Premium beef mince with Greek yoghurt, usually they’ll get some tripe here and there, egg, salmon — they actually eat better than I do. (ABC Central Victoria: Larissa Romensky)
Three years ago the medical scientist, who is originally from Detroit, imported Pistol from the United States at a cost of about $12,000.”He is the heart that beats in my chest — he is everything I wanted, everything,” Ms Berlyn said.”He sleeps in my bed with me, he sleeps on my clothes and on the shower floor when I take a shower, he is never out of arm’s reach.”She said obsession was a quality shared by many dog owners.”We are all obsessed with our dogs, we’re obsessed with their condition, with their soundness, with their temperament, with their comfort. (ABC Central Victoria: Larissa Romensky)
While many dog owners also travel the world showing their dogs, inlcluding attending the upcoming World Dog Show in Amsterdam, Jenni O’Connor is instead sending one of her puppies abroad.The proud owner of two-year-old Supreme Champion Dalmatian — the youngest champion in the country when he was crowned — credits an award-winning Queensland breeder she bought the dog from. (ABC Central Victoria: Larissa Romensky)
Third-generation dog show breeder and exhibiter Jason Moore from Melbourne grew up at dog shows and first showed at the age of 13.”Our main purpose is to breed and develop healthy sound dogs and preserve the breed in this country,” Mr Moore said.Like many of the dog breeders, the 29-year-old media manager shows his dogs most weekends.He spends on average eight hours’ each week preparing each dog. Photo:
Zachary Tan assesses Kimberly Berlyn’s chihuahua, Jazz. Photo:
Zachary Tan spent 15 years in training to become a qualified all-breed dog show judge. Photo:
Kimberly Berlyn, her daughter Chelsea and their $12,000 American and Australian champion miniature pinscher named Pistol. (ABC Central Victoria: Larissa Romensky)
It is not solely about the dog, according to Lee Rodrigues from Melbourne, who has been showing Manchester terriers for more 30 years.He said both the dog’s and the owner’s outfits were also important.”I always try to dress up in the proper way and in the proper demeanour — dog showing is about the two of you, you work as a team.”

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Plenty of owners like to dress up to either complement or contrast with the colour of their dog. (ABC Central Victoria: Larissa Romensky)
‘We are all obsessed’Fifteen years ago, Ms Berlyn attended her first dog show and was instantly captivated by the miniature pinscher.”I was bewitched, I couldn’t take my eyes off them, I just stared at them all day long,” she said. Photo:
Two-year-old Dalmatian Balle, with his owner Jenni O’Connor. (ABC Central Victoria: Larissa Romensky)
‘They actually eat better than I do’ Closely associated with obsession is cost.Mr Manning said he spared no expense on his three-year old Boston Terrier, Jericho. Photo:
Shaun Manning is hoping his Boston Terrier becomes a Supreme Champion, which requires 1,000 points in winnings. (ABC Central Victoria: Larissa Romensky)
Such is the success of the breed that Ms O’Connor is “sharing” one of her puppies with an American owner.”It’s a chance to increase the genetic diversity of breeds throughout the world,” she said.While the dog, presently “doing the American circuit” is unlikely to return, in exchange Ms O’Connor has received some prize-winning canine semen for breeding purposes.’Dog showing is about the two of you’

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Manchester Terrier Maison only has eyes for his impeccably dressed owner Lee Rodrigues. “You can be a rooster one day and a feather duster the next,” Ms Berlyn said.”But make no mistake there is some bitter, bitter rivalry and competition at every dog show.”

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Kimberly Berlyn’s chihuahua Rori took out the Challenge Bitch Award in her first show as an adult. “It’s a labour of love and almost a full-time job in itself,” Mr Moore said.
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