Usher – Climax lyrics

Don’t wanna give in
So we both gave up
Can’t take it back
It’s too late we’ve reached the climax, climax
You say, it’s better if we love each other separately
I just need you one more time
I can’t get the one, we had on my mind
Where are you now? When I need you around
I’m on my knees but it seems we’re over
Going nowhere fast
We’ve reached the climax
We’re together, now we’re undone
Won’t commit so we choose to
Run away, do we separate? Don’t wanna give in
So we both gave up
Can’t take it back
It’s too late we’ve reached the climax, climax
I’ve fallen somehow, feet off the ground
Love is the cloud, that keeps me raining down
Where are you now? [Usher]
Going nowhere fast
We’ve reached the climax
We’re together, now we’re undone
Won’t commit so we choose to
Run away, do we separate? Don’t wanna give in
So we both gave up
Can’t take it back
It’s too late we’ve reached the climax, climax
I gave my best, it wasn’t enough
You came and said we argue too much
We made our mess, what used to be lust
Why do I care, I care at all, at all, at all, at all
Going nowhere fast
We’ve reached the climax
We’re together, now we’re undone
Won’t commit so we choose to
Run away, do we separate? Don’t wanna give in
So we both gave up
Can’t take it back
It’s too late we’ve reached the climax, climax When I need you around
I’m on my knees but it seems we’re over
Going nowhere fast
We’ve reached the climax
We’re together, now we’re undone
Won’t commit so we choose to
Run away, do we separate?

YBN Nahmir – Why You Bullshittin (LEAKED) Lyrics

To the neck so you know we hit him
Lately, a nigga calmed down a lot
Free lil grim i remember postin on the block
Dont sip lean but a nigga sip lemonade
Dont need a gun ill box cause a nigga fade
Beat a nigga ass really take a nigga chain
Bounce out lil foe with the chop cause i keep that aim
50 in his chop Glock thats a rumor nigga
When i play well i playa with that [?] nigga
Claiming you a shooter nigga where yo body at .223’s
Penetrate and knock a nigga body back
Fix the scope like a lil kid ball cap
Woah these bitch slide up with all that
Like Nicky said ‘fore rap we was [?]
Takin niggas out up in school just for talkin shit
I’m a p what the fuck do you mean bitch
Empty out yo pockets fuck wit me thats a fee bitch
Yeah I be famous but a nigga still keep sticks
Nigga touch my chain at a show he gon get killed
Thats on my life ain’t no nigga ever hol me
All that instagram flexing fuck typing nigga show me
I had it on me when they caught me by my lonely
Shot first, not later, so them niggas couldn’t smoke me
I had it on me when they caught me by my lonely
Shot first, not later, so them niggas couldn’t smoke me
These niggas mad cause I’m getting all this money
And I’m flying all these jets n a nigga stay O.T
But ill still shoot a nigga at a mer—

Ned Kelly’s latest armour takes shape for the silver screen

(Supplied: Wendie McCaffley) NSW Country Hour

By Michael Cavanagh

Updated

August 25, 2018 15:08:57

Photo:
A replica of the distinctive Kelly Gang armour to be used in a new movie.
(Supplied:)
“How did the armour get made and who made it?”The uncertainty over the armour is not a major worry as the movie is a “take” and therefore there is room for artistic licence.While there may be room for the movie prop to be not exactly the way it was one 140 years ago, this has not been the case for other work of Mr Gouverneur.Since first leaving New Zealand aged 26, the 60-year-old has been involved with sites harking back to the early days of European settlement in Australia.This includes the restoration of the Dawes Point Balustrade directly beneath Sydney Harbour Bridge.”The armour is the most iconic piece of Australian metal work along with Sydney Harbour Bridge and I am quite fortunate to have worked on both,” Mr Gouverneur said.Fashion design meets blacksmithingMs McCaffley, who started her working life as a fashion designer before moving onto blacksmithing, works alongside Mr Gouverneur. Photo:
Guido Gouverneur has been fascinated by blacksmithing since he was five, when he watched his father at work. Why is a New Zealand-born aspiring organic horticulturalist replicating the armour worn by Ned Kelly for the latest movie on the Australian bushranger?It goes back to when Guido Gouverneur fell in love with the blacksmithing craft at the age of five while watching his father toil over a forge and anvil. After the siege, the police dragged out the armour and put it in a pile. We had a phone call out of the blue from someone we hadn’t seen in 20 years,” Mr Gouverneur said.”He asked me if I would be interested in making armour for the Ned Kelly movie and, of course, I said yes.”Mr Gouverneur has now applied his skill and love of working with steel, to produce some of Australia’s best known steel work for the movie The True History of the Kelly Gang directed by Justin Kurzel, starring Russell Crowe.The film is an adaptation of the book of the same name by Australian author Peter Carey. Photo:
A photo of Ned Kelly on the day before his execution. Although the thing about the documentation is that none of it is consistent.”Nobody really knows which armour is which. All the work was done in his workshop overlooking fledgling fruit trees and vegetables on land near Bellbrook, on the NSW mid north coast, that he and partner Wendie McCaffley are developing for organic certification.While the call may have been out of the blue, his track record in the centuries-old craft has resulted in him being bestowed a National Trust Heritage Award.Probably not surprising given that not only his father was a smithy, but his grandfather and great grandfather also plied the trade.Uncertainty over armourMr Gouverneur then set about replicating the famous armour worn by Ned Kelly and his gang at the final shootout almost 140 years ago at Glenrowan in north-east Victoria.This included travelling to Victoria’s State Library where the original armour is stored, along with other Kelly memorabilia. “There is a fair bit of documentation. (Supplied; Wendie McCaffley) So there is a whole lot of conjecture. Photo:
Guido Gouverneur applying the torch to Ned Kelly’s helmet. It was pretty much a standard pattern cutting,” Ms McCaffley said.”Then it was translated on to the sheet metal.” While the two enjoy plying their skills with metal and have not totally put it behind them, now it is producing organic food which is occupying much of their time.Having left Sydney, and despite having a workshop which is a converted dairy, it is their wish to be part of the increasingly popular paddock-to-plate.”I’ve got this idea that we are going to grow a menu, where we can provide fruit, herbs, vegetables which are heirloom-based, hat is very nutritious,” Mr Gouverneur said.”I want to be involved in the new style of agriculture, which is sustainable,” Ms McCaffley said. (Supplied: Wendie McCaffley)
“Like everything, it’s not what you know it’s who you know. Photo:
The replicated armour includes versions with bullet marks caused during the siege at Glenrowan in Victoria. The outlaw was hanged at the Melbourne Gaol in November, 1880.Although access was limited as it is stored in a glass box. (Supplied: National Archives of Australia)
Her rag trade experience helped in a variety of ways with the Kelly project.”There was a requirement to draft up the suits of armour to match the body measurements of the actors.
Map:
Bellbrook 2440