6ix9ine – THAT AIN’T 6IX9INE’S Lyrics

[Intro]
[?] got the heat, bitch
[Hook]
Savage like 6ix9ine, keep six 9s
6ix9ine keep a six-nine
Claiming to be preggo
Only nutted in the ass
See that bitch lyin’
That ain’t 6ix9ine’s
That ain’t 6ix9ine’s
Savage like 6ix9ine
Keep six 9s
Savage like 6ix9ine, keep six 9s
Claiming to be preggo
Only nutted in the ass
See that bitch lyin’
That ain’t 6ix9ine’s
That ain’t 6ix9ine’s
[Verse]
Got it sick as six swine
I don’t sip wine
But she sit and whine
Now it’s big time, big thighs
Big prize, stick five
For the lick, guys
Thank god, devil shooting big fries
Shoot your big guy, shoot your little guys
Don’t cry, dunking on your magic guys
Caught him, I keep lettin’ go
Make a motherfucking movie, make a motherfucking show
I ain’t talking ’bout no T.V., this ain’t fucking HBO
Tekashi69 from that Scum fucking squad
No doors, break the walls, Scum Gang ’til I fall
[Verse 2]
But I’m on the block where that 6 stay, clap with it
Red dot, with the mop with it
Off with his top with it
Clip to be a shooter, you be shootin’ niggas
And the shooters getting shot by niggas shootin’ niggas
Tekashi69 from that Scum fucking squad
No doors, break the walls, Scum Gang ’til I fall

Nicki Minaj – Sorry lyrics

[Intro: Nicki Minaj]
Hey baby
Even though you break my heart
I still love you
[Chorus: Nicki Minaj]
Sorry
Is all that you can say
Years gone by and still
Words don’t come easily
Like forgive me (forgive me)
And you can say, baby (baby)
My baby, can I hold you tonight? And maybe if I told you the right words
Ooh, at the right time
You be Nas And maybe if I told you the right words
Ooh, at the right time
You be Nas
[Verse 1: Nicki Minaj]
Ayo
That bitch is always flippin’
You niggas never listen
We make a perfect team
Balling Jordan and Scottie Pippen
But I’ma let you dip in
That wax sauce drippin’
Said that when you with a boss bitch, now you can tell the difference
You be like jungle digger
I don’t want another nigga
I wanna make you ’bout a legend, but I make you bigger
Tinkerbell, Peter Pan
No bitches badder than me when I pull up
Got ’em screaming like a temper tan
Ayo, DJ, drop the beat
My gun didn’t fall but I drop the heat
I love how we kept it on the low, mad discreet (I’m in a rush)
Pass me the keys to my jeep (truck)
I hit ’em with it, I’mma kill ’em with that wine wine
Ain’t losin’ watches, but with me, he always find time
We keep it classy when we eatin’ it’s that fine dine
But between love and hate, baby, it’s a fine line
[Chorus: Nicki Minaj]
Sorry
Is all that you can say
Years gone by and still
Words don’t come easily
Like forgive me (forgive me)
And you can say, baby (baby)
My baby can I hold you tonight? And maybe if I told you the right words
Ooh, at the right time
You be Nas
[Verse 2: Nas]
A mack
I used to mack with the MAC on me
Project parties, lights off, mad horny
Dutty wine and feel the gun I’m hidin’
She still grindin’ on me, smilin’ at me
I’m like “Hi, I’m Nasty”
God bless ya, met ya
Thought you were sexy as ever
Flexing with your ex, I couldn’t disrespect ya
Later on, I undress ya, couldn’t wait to sex ya
Made a nigga wait so long, but it was special
Light travel faster than sound
Lightning strike one second every point two miles
So when you first saw me emerge from a weed cloud
Electricity touch your soul, that’s how I get down
Gangsta love
Completing each other
Touching tongues so close, we could breathe for each other
Untouchable boy with the illustrious girl
But maybe being together’s too much for the world, sorry
[Chorus: Nicki Minaj]
Sorry
Is all that you can say
Years gone by and still
Words don’t come easily
Like forgive me (forgive me)
And you can say, baby (baby)
My baby can I hold you tonight?

Destiny’s Child – Sugar Daddy Lyrics

‘Cause you taste so sweet, please
Please, my baby
Oh
Oh oh, oh oh, oh oh, oh oh, oh
You get me high
Baby, I need you
There’s a freak in me
That does these things
To you
In the afternoon
I’m lost in thoughts of you
You make me hot
I wanna taste you
Would you be my sugar daddy, baby? ‘Cause you’re so sweet in me, please
Please, my baby
Would you be my sugar daddy, baby? ‘Cause you taste so sweet, please
Please, my baby
Oh
Oh oh, oh oh, oh oh, oh oh, oh
(Let me get them) You make me high
Let me show you
A whole other
Side of me
Let me be bad
For you
We have to move
I’m lost in
Thoughts of you
You make me hot
I wanna taste you
Would you be my sugar daddy, baby? ‘Cause you’re so sweet in me, please
Please, my baby
Would you be my sugar daddy, baby?

Mac Lethal – Go To Sleep (Bonus Track) Lyrics

[Verse 1]
My precious little daughter, (yeah) you are just something sweet
I’m tryna make love to your mom so go the fuck to sleep
You stayed up crying every night for like a fucking week
The only thing that I can do is hold you, smoke a blunt, and drink
So one, two, three to the four, dad loves you
I’m gonna pay your college tuition
And make every dream that you ever had come true
When you’re sixteen I’m gonna buy you a car
You’ll be beautiful in it
But please, for the love of God
Can your mom and I have two or three minutes alone
Without the stressful crying
The next door neighbors probably gonna call the cops
And accuse your pops of domestic violence
Most of the time I want to kiss you
You’re soft
But right now I feel like ripping you off
[Pre-Chorus]
So lie down and go to sleep
My sweet little daughter
Your mom and I are trying to make love tonight
I said go to motherfucking sleep
My sweet little daughter
So Mom and I can [pause] tonight
[Chorus]
Baby girl, you need to go to sleep
I haven’t made love to your mom for 3 weeks
You’re my princess, I’ll build you a castle
But first stop acting like a asshole
Go to sleep! [Chorus]
Baby girl, you need to go to sleep
I haven’t made love to your mom for 3 weeks
You’re my princess, I’ll build you a castle
But first stop acting like a asshole
Go to sleep! 1:59]
Don’t you understand that all this crying is the exact reason
Your mom and I got in a huge argument the other night at Costco’s
She was like “would you stop eating all those goddamn free samples
You’re 10 pounds overweight already”
And you just sat in the grocery cart and didn’t defend me
I buy you all these diapers
Why you acting like I’m rich
You always hating on your daddy
Why you acting like a-
No, no, no, no
I’d never call you that, you know that
I love you to death, I’m just saying
Sometimes you gotta let me and Mom do our thing
[Chorus]
Baby girl, you need to go to sleep
I haven’t made love to your mom for 3 weeks
You’re my princess, I’ll build you a castle
But first stop acting like a asshole
Go to sleep! [Verse 2]
Little girl
You, your mom, and your brother
Are the only things that I truly care about in this world
And I don’t really wanna be rude but listen
Me and your mom had a god damn relationship that was wonderful and perfect
Years before you existed
So what? You’re here a couple months
And you cry a couple times
And you think you get to cock block dad while he’s at his physical prime
Is you out of your goddamn mind
Apparently you don’t understand that your fucking parents need a little romance therapy
A little no pants therapy
I wanna put you in your crib but I’m scared to leave
If I leave then the [?

Tin Can Bay’s bond with wild dolphins spanning generations

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“That’s what we’re trying to provide for the people is a safe haven where dolphins can come in and interact with the people, but also we’re informing them about the dolphins,” Ms Lambert said.”We have Australian humpback dolphins, they don’t go out into the deep ocean at all.”They come in from the Southern Sandy Strait which is about 18 kilometres from here, and there is a community of approximately 50 Australian humpback dolphins.” Tourists travel from overseas and interstate to visit this quiet little town and its unique dolphin encounter.”I’ve always loved dolphins but never been that close, it’s really good,” said Karina La Malfa from Sydney.”It was wonderful. If they were captive maybe we wouldn’t have come,” said Tim Floor, who is visiting from the Netherlands.Close encounters

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Bev Lambert and other volunteers at Tin Can Bay’s Barnacles Dolphin Centre. (ABC News: Johanna Marie)
Tourists are offered a personal feeding experience, but the volunteers are careful to make sure the dolphins are not touched, or overfed. Each feeding session, the pod is fed a maximum of three kilograms of fish, which is less than a third of their daily intake, ensuring they remain wild and keep hunting and surviving independently.”It’s a great experience. That’s what they come here for, not for the food but for the interaction with the people.” (ABC News: Johanna Marie)
“The children are just absolutely delighted to be up close and personal with these dolphins,” Ms Lambert said.”The dolphins just love the interaction with the people. I do appreciate the fact that these are wild ones. Unreal!” said another visitor.”They’re so nice. We saw them come and take the food right from your hand so it was really exciting.”

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The dolphin experience at Tin Can Bay started in the early 1950s. Photo:
Mystique is believed to be the grandson of Scar. “Just about every day he comes in, and sometimes if he’s late he comes in with a flurry as if to say ‘I’m here’,” she said.There are six dolphins in the pod, including two babies that are often seen feeding from their mothers.Ms Lambert said that over the decades the Barnacles Dolphin Centre had become a popular tourist attraction, bringing thousands of people to the town every year. (ABC News: Johanna Marie)
The fishermen believed they would never see Scar again, but he returned and brought with him other dolphins for many years until he disappeared in the 1980s.Today the pod is led by a dolphin named Mystique, who is thought to be the grandson of Scar.”Mystique is a third-generation feeder,” Ms Lambert said. “It’s a one-on-one with the people and it really touches some people’s hearts.”

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Bev Lambert has been volunteering at the Tin Can Bay Dolphin Centre for 12 years. (ABC News: Johanna Marie)
The experience is run by volunteers and educates people about the dolphins in the area. The small coastal community of Tin Can Bay, just two hours north of Brisbane, has a unique bond with a pod of wild dolphins unlike anywhere else in Australia. It started with a chance encounter back in the early 1950s when a severely injured dolphin, which the locals named Scar, came into the cove and formed a friendship with the local fishermen.”The people of Tin Can Bay cared for him for quite some time, and when he was well enough he went back out into the Southern Sandy Strait,” said volunteer Bev Lambert from the Barnacles Dolphin Centre.

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Subtle changes make all the difference at play gym for kids with autism

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Sally Johnson opened the gym to help her son Digby, 7. (ABC News: Nicole Mills)

“It was a very difficult time for me because I’m very social.”I thought [parenting] would be much different than it turned out to be, especially in the early days.”Ms Johnson used to dream of a place where her eldest child was understood and where he felt comfortable enough to socialise and play with his younger sister Clementine.But with no indoor play centres catering to children with autism in Melbourne she had to take things into her own hands. They just think it’s a cool, fun place,” Ms Johnson said.”Everyone arrives in here understanding what it’s all about and everyone’s their awesome self.”

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The gym has made subtle changes to lighting to help kids with sensory overload. (ABC News: Nicole Mills)

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Digby plays with his cousin Delilah Johnson, 7, on the climbing equipment. (ABC News: Nicole Mills)

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The sensory wall allows kids to explore different textures through touch. (ABC News: Nicole Mills)
The philosophy is extended to the centre’s 11 staff, who all either have a disability or care for someone who does.Ms Johnson said everyone was passionate about making all children and their parents feel accepted and understood.”Often they talk about parents of kids on the spectrum having some of the similar stress levels as people in combat. It’s not just something we want for him, he actually loves interacting,” Ms Johnson said.”We’ve already seen here he’s been much kinder to his sister and he’s lasted all day here which is unusual for him.”

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Odette Johnson, 4, and her cousin Clementine Johnson, 5, enjoy the crafts table. Digby, now 7, is on the autism spectrum and finds it hard to deal with the sensory overload he experiences in many public spaces.”I started to retreat from the community, which was lonely for us but also for him,” Ms Johnson said. (ABC News: Nicole Mills) Together with her brother Marcus, Ms Johnson has just opened Australia’s first indoor play centre designed specifically for children on the autism spectrum. “If Digby is comfortable in a place, he’s terrific socially and he can get along for a lot longer. (ABC News: Nicole Mills)

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The gym is open to all children, not just those on the autism spectrum. We might have music at times but it will always be at a low volume, and if a child isn’t coping with that we’ll turn it off.”There’s also a calming room with bean bags and dull light for children who need some time out.And while the centre is designed for children on the autism spectrum, it’s open to everyone.”The changes you make don’t affect neurotypical kids, they don’t even notice. “We won’t have blaring radio. Photo:
Clementine Johnson, 5, climbing the rock wall at Rock the Spectrum. (ABC News: Nicole Mills)
‘They think it’s a cool, fun place’We Rock the Spectrum has transformed a former warehouse in Preston, in Melbourne’s north, with colourful climbing equipment, a flying fox, trampoline, art supplies and toys.At first glance it looks just like any other kids play centre.It’s only when Ms Johnson points out the subtle changes they have made that you notice the difference.”We’ve spent a fortune and a lot of time getting the lighting right so it’s natural and not glaring….[and] doesn’t make any noise,” she said. Melbourne mum Sally Johnson used to feel so “challenged and judged” when out in public with her son Digby that she started to withdraw. Particularly in the early days you were just really on edge, particularly in public because you’re waiting, I guess, for something to go wrong or someone to have a go at him,” she said.”We just want kids with special needs and their families to know that they’re looked after here.”And while the response from the special needs community has been overwhelming, the centre has also brought great benefits to the Johnson family.
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