Beyoncé – Beautiful Liar (Freemasons Club Remix) Lyrics

(Ha Ha Ha)
(Oh) It’s not worth our time
(Oh) We can live without them
Just a beautiful liar
Just a beautiful liar
Just a beautiful liar
Just a beautiful liar
Just a beautiful liar
[Verse 2: Shakira]
I trusted him, but when I followed you, I saw you together
I walked in on your love scene, slow dancing
[Pre-Chorus: Beyoncé & Shakira]
We’ll never know
When the pain and heartbreak’s over
I have to let go
The innocence is gone
[Chorus: Beyoncé & Shakira, Both]
(Ay) Let’s not kill the karma
(Ay) Let’s not start a fight
(Ay) It’s not worth the drama
For a beautiful liar
Can’t we laugh about it? (Oh) It’s not worth our time
(Oh) We can live without them
Just a beautiful liar
(Ay) Let’s not kill the karma
(Ay) Let’s not start a fight
(Ay) It’s not worth the drama
For a beautiful liar
Can’t we laugh about it? (Ha Ha Ha)
(Oh) It’s not worth our time
(Oh) We can live without them
Just a beautiful liar
(Ay) Let’s not kill the karma
(Ay) Let’s not start a fight
(Ay) It’s not worth the drama
For a beautiful liar
Can’t we laugh about it? I have to let go
He won’t be the one to cry
[Chorus: Beyoncé & Shakira, Both]
(Ay) Let’s not kill the karma
(Ay) Let’s not start a fight
(Ay) It’s not worth the drama
For a beautiful liar
Can’t we laugh about it? [Intro: Beyoncé]
Hey
Hey
Hey
Hey
[Chorus: Beyoncé & Shakira]
Just a beautiful liar
Just a beautiful liar
Just a beautiful liar
Just a beautiful liar
Just a beautiful liar
Just a beautiful liar
Just a beautiful liar
Just a beautiful liar
[Verse 1: Beyoncé]
He said I’m worth it, his one desire
He kissed me, his one and only, (yes) beautiful liar
[Pre-Chorus: Beyoncé & Shakira]
You never know
Why are we the ones who suffer? (Oh) It’s not worth our time
(Oh) We can live without them
Just a beautiful liar
[Break: Beyoncé]
Beyoncé, Beyoncé
Beyoncé, Beyoncé
Shakira, Shakira
Just a beautiful liar
Beyoncé, Beyoncé
Beyoncé, Beyoncé
Shakira, Shakira
Just a beautiful liar
[Outro: Beyoncé & Shakira]
Just a beautiful liar
Just a beautiful liar
Just a beautiful liar
Just a beautiful liar

YoungBoy Never Broke Again – Trapped Out Lyrics

[NBA YoungBoy Hook]
Trap house, trapped out every pack gone now
Big Nots, Big Watch, Big Glock 45
Straight up out them trenches now young nigga rocking shows now
Told her pay attention bitch just listen cut your phone off
Five phones lotta dope
Thick Hoes, Condo
Big Guap, Big Poles
Nigga play i let it blow
Nigga talking like he raw, but you know i already know
When he try cut me off imma show him how it go
[NBA YoungBoy Verse]
Pull up flexing with my niggas with some Shotty bone
I told him that that shit weren’t long i had to buss it down
Nigga talking like he want smoke he better bump it down
Thugging with his niggas pussy when they not around
Big house big Glock big nots no lie
Say he want it with me bet catch him hit him with that fire
House arrest on my leg i done trouble with the cops
Fuck that post up 100 shots on that block
[NBA YoungBoy Hook]
Trap house, trapped out every pack gone now
Big nots, Big Watch, Big Glock 45
Straight up out them trenches now young nigga rocking shows now
Told her pay attention bitch just listen cut your phone off
Five phones lotta dope
Thick hoes, Condo
Big Guap, Big Poles
Nigga play i let it blow
Nigga talking like he raw, but you know i already know
When he try cut me off imma show him how it go
[Chief Keef Verse]
These 4 niggas 2 car 4 pistol
You ain’t never blowed a pistol
You ain’t never load a pistol
You ain’t never sold nothing
You ain’t gotta act hard
When we wet your block up we gone call it baptising
Trap spot jumping, Harding run no defense
And all that fake love
[To Be Continued]

Lana Del Rey – Beautiful People (Rough Demo) Lyrics

Green are the colour of the eyes of the man I love
He’s hard to take and hard to touch
And green is the colour of the sea in the early month
Of mid july, te amo much
You get so mad when I complain
You think I’m crazy but
I hear them talk they say my name
They’re fucking tired of
All these beautiful people with beautiful problems, yeah
Beautiful people and god knows I’ve got them
She wants to die and she should fucking try
Red is the colour of your mouth when you drink rum punch
You like to lie in yellow sun
And red are the colour of your when eyes drink too much
You pack your place, you pack a punch
You get so tied to me to stop
I’m ruining our love
But i walk by I hear them talk
They’re fucking tired of
All these beautiful people with beautiful problems, yeah
Beautiful people and god knows I’ve got them
She wants to die and she should fucking try
She wants to die and she should fucking try
(I can tell you what I really want)
(I can tell you what I really want)
(I can tell you what I really want)
(I can tell you what I really want)
All these beautiful people with beautiful problems, yeah
Beautiful people and god knows I’ve got them
BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE WITH BEAUTIFUL PROBLEMS
BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE WITH BEAUTIFUL PROBLEMS

Rilès – LOST! Lyrics

[Hook]
I would like to give you all my time
I would like to tell you how much I love you
Since I can’t do none as I’m a liar
Let me spend the rest of my days all alone
Yeah you like to dance, all over my sins
And I make love to you like imma hurt you more
Yeah you like to pray, for all of my sins
When they made me aware of what I’m just for sure, yea
[Pre-Verse]
I’m so lost
Lost
Lost
Lost
[Verse 1]
I try to step back from the 3ein all on me
I got one foot in the grave, my fist in her punani
Living like it didn’t happen ‘till it fires back at me
I know I’ll probably end up in Cubana sleeping by the beach
But all I wanted was some peaches, marijuana and a casa para mom
All I wanted was the simple truth, no lie
All it did just hurt me more
Now I ain’t got time for your pussy
Time for them hoes
Time for the simple things I turned down before
No time for your pussy
Time only knows
Time never runs
But homie time never stops to dance
All over my sins
And I make love to you like imma hurt you more
Yeah you like to pray, for all of my sins
When they made me aware of what I’m just for sure, yea
[Pre-Verse]
I’m so lost
So Lost
So Lost
So Lost
So Lost
So Lost
[Verse 2]
You can sleep on the problem
You can search on my way
It’s buried in the mind, don’t try to read my face
You do not understand, it’s better anyway
Writing for the cure, need stacks and a ceiling
And since you want me to stay
And now want me to play with your feelings
Doomed to be ‘lone again
As long as I got my TLM
[Hook]
I would like to give you all my time
I would like to tell you how much I love you
Since I can’t do none as I’m a liar
Let me spend the rest of my days all alone

Restaurant leftovers bound for the bin go to hungry homeless

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He had a dream of one day owning his own restaurant.And when he did, knowing what it was like to sleep rough, he wanted to do his part and feed the homeless.Now, more than 10 years on, he has realised his dream, and made good on his promise to help those less fortunate. External Link:

Why Ashish gives away free food from his restaurant to the homeless
“We’ve got so many people homeless, I have eight to nine people I see regularly. (ABC News: Giulio Saggin)
Ms Harrup said there were unfair assumptions made about the homeless.”People assume they’re all drug addicts or criminals or that somehow they deserve it,” she said.”So they’re very socially isolated and excluded. (ABC News: Patrick Williams)
Seven days a week, at closing, staff at Ginger and Garlic on Adelaide Street in the Brisbane CBD divvy up any remaining curries, samosa, naan bread, and pappadams and give them away to those without a roof over their head. They’ve giving me thumbs up … they’re helping me to keep doing more. Having even the smallest gesture, having a conversation with them, it’s a wonderful thing.” Ms Harrup said on any given night in the inner-city regions there are about 1,700 people homeless.”That’s not meaning just people sleeping rough, the definition of homelessness is people who are couch surfing, in insecure tenure, staying in boarding houses or sleeping on friend’s couches … but that’s quite an alarming figure.”Earlier this year it was revealed the number of homeless people in Australia jumped by more than 14,000 — or 14 per cent — in the five years to 2016. So bridging that gap and connecting the community is a great thing.”

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About 1,700 people homeless in the inner-city of Brisbane on any given night. Photo:
Ashish Sood realised his dream of owning his own restaurant in 2017. (ABC News: Patrick Williams)
Homeless people ‘miss out on social connections’Drop-in centre 3rd Space Brisbane CEO Sara Harrup said perhaps even more importantly than the food, the social connection Mr Sood provided was invaluable.”The food is a great way of supporting people, it’s also a wonderful way to build relationships with people,” Ms Harrup said.”Particularly homeless in society, it’s very stigmatised, people feel very uncomfortable about it and about homeless people. More than a decade before Ashish Sood opened up his own restaurant, he spent time living on the streets.It was 2007 when he arrived in Brisbane on a student visa and with nowhere to go.It was only for two weeks, but he’s never forgotten how it feels to sleep rough in a park.He had come to Australia to study hospitality and commercial cooking. I’m really happy about it.”I’m doing my best, that’s all I can do for the homeless people.”That makes me feel proud.”

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Any food left over at the end of the day is given away to those who are homeless. They are mostly men, and some women with children.”Whatever they want to eat, I’m happy to give away whatever they want to eat,” Mr Sood said.”It’s already food ready in the bain-maire and whatever is left over, I feel bad putting food in the bin, so it’s good people are eating it.”Mr Sood said paying customers were encouraging him in his endeavours.”People are so happy. I want more, if there are more homeless people I’m happy to feed them, all of them,” Mr Sood said.The 33-year-old said he had been providing free food for the homeless for the past five months.He knows all his regulars by name.
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Ginger and Garlic has been giving away meals to the homeless for the past five months. (Supplied: Ashish Sood)
Homeless people given cameras and find beauty in each day

A dentist’s two weeks in Timor Leste checking 1,200 mouths

If you want treatment you have to go to Australia.”If we can stop the toothache or alleviate the toothache, the betel nut doesn’t get chewed, then the oral cancer comes down.”‘Toothache for months, if not years’

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Charmaine White with children from Bogoro School in Timor Leste. (Supplied)
Many of the 1,200 children Dr White and the team treated during the two-week trip were seeing a dentist for the first time.”Our main focus was to get the children out of pain, some of them would have had toothache for months, if not years,” she said.She estimates about 75 per cent of the children she saw had good teeth but about 25 per cent had issues.And there was a recognition in the team that the children may never see a dentist again.”You might have to take three permanent teeth out because you knew you may be the only dentist they’d see in their lifetime,” she said.”That was pretty hard, when you’ve got little eight-year-olds and you’re taking three teeth out in one sitting, and they’ve never seen you before but they are so stoic, they’re so brave.”Challenging conditions

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Many curious children wanted to watch the team in action on their recent trip to Timor Leste. (Supplied: Charmaine White)
Working in Timor Leste was rewarding for Dr White — but also challenging.”I sit on the plane [coming home] and I think ‘I could do so much more if I was here in East Timor’, but it’s quite exhausting,” she said.”You’re having to pack up and move heavy equipment [almost] every day and then you get a room with louver windows and it’s noisy because all the children want to see what’s happening in the room where all the noise is coming from.”Then the power goes out so you’ve got to set up the generator and then you’ve got to get the gas ring going with the pressure cooker to sterilise all the instruments.”You’re on your feet all day… so it is totally different to working here in a very sterile, infection-controlled environment.”But one exchange with a principal whose school was visited by the program two years ago helped highlight why her work was so important.”He said ‘Your team came to our school two years ago and none of the parents complained, everyone was really happy, all the children felt better, there were less sick days because they weren’t home with toothache, and we’re so pleased you’ve come back to our school again’,” she said.”I thought that was really nice because you go and then you don’t get to the same school again, so to know that the other teams were effective, that’s really good.” An Australian dentist and a small group of volunteers have managed to check more than 1,200 mouths in just two weeks on Timor Leste.That amounted to 527 extractions and 406 fillings for Charmaine White, from Narooma on the New South Wales south coast, and her volunteers.Dr White was on her second trip to Timor Leste to provide dental services as part of the Timor Leste Dental Program — a joint initiative of Rotary, Lions, and the Carmelite Nuns who are based there.Conditions in Timor Leste were challenging for the small team of volunteer dentists, nurses and translators, navigating difficult roads and dealing with power blackouts.Dr White said many people in Timor Leste chewed betel nut to get relief from toothaches.The chewing of betel nut has been linked to oral cancer, and a musician who recently came to Australia from Papua New Guinea for surgery to remove a cancer from his mouth says he’s now scared to chew it.”It’s like their form of [paracetamol] but it’s addictive as well,” she said.”So what would happen to the children is they would wake up in the middle of the night with a toothache and there’s no [paracetamol] so the grandmother, usually, would say ‘Have some of this, it will help the toothache go away’ and that’s what they do but then the kids get used to it.”And then you get the oral cancers and there’s no treatment over there for oral cancer.
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Kerrin Thomas

Updated

August 06, 2018 10:04:54

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