Troye Sivan – Running Shoes Lyrics

[Verse 1]
I’ll keep wearing these running shoes ’til I’m all worn out
And they’re no use to me
No use to me
Gunning for a peace from this abuse
‘Cause I’m all tired out and I’m no use to you
No use to you
[Pre-Chorus]
And there’s no rest for the wicked
So I’m screaming and I’m kicking to sleep
To sleep
The beliefs they’re instilling
On the boys, on the children
On me, on me
[Chorus]
I’ve been running, I’ve been running for a while
For a while
I’ve been running, I’ve been running for a while
For a while
[Post-Chorus]
These running shoes weigh me down
These running shoes are wearing out
This running
[Verse 2]
Carved his name in the carpet
Right where I spent all of my sleepless nights in that room
In that room
Can’t get his face out of my mind
And God knows that I’ve tried and tried for you
[Pre-Chorus]
And there’s no rest for the wicked
So I’m screaming and I’m kicking to sleep
To sleep
The beliefs they’re instilling
On the boys, on the children
On me, on me
[Chorus]
I’ve been running, I’ve been running for a while
(Running, running)
For a while
(Running, running)
I’ve been running, I’ve been running for a while
(Running, running)
For a while
(Running, running)
[Post-Chorus]
These running shoes weigh me down
These running shoes are wearing out
This running
(Running, running)
(Running, running)
These running shoes weigh me down
These running shoes are wearing out
This running
(Running, running)
(Running, running)
[Bridge]
Love in America got me down
Try to take off running but hit the ground
[Outro]
These running shoes weigh me down
(I’ve been running, I’ve been running for a while)
These running shoes are wearing out
This running
These running shoes weigh me down
(I’ve been running, I’ve been running for a while)
These running shoes are wearing out
This running
These running shoes weigh me down

Mick Jenkins – What Am I To Do Lyrics

Cause I be streaming black they’ll beat me to blue
Put it on TV then tell you what’s true
What’s a nigga to do? [Intro]
Well I sbet ya
Well I bet ya
Well I bet ya
Well I bet…
[Verse 1]
Ali’s jabbin’ them shit feel like hooks
The less you got stuffed in your pocket books
The more these policies just sound like crooks
They give me sloppy looks
They gave us nothing, had to hustle same way coffee cook
Early morning grind trying to help these niggas wake up
Etch A Sketch flows, I got the shit to shake up
Niggas switching clothes
Niggas even switch their face up
But these clowns could never really switch their make up
Family’s in your genes
Fuck is that, Mesquite? What’s a nigga to do? When you call the police but the trigger’s on you
[Verse 2]
Pull up on ’em shining CeCe Winans with the C notes
Redefining everything the black man denotes
I could devote time
How many times have we rewrote lines to get it perfect
Miss me with inertia I’m on dirt
You gon’ need assumptions, almost certain
My assertion we gon’ see if you got gumption
We gon’ see if you gon’ play it smart or you gon’ be on dumb shit
Wrong answer, we go dumb shit
Slow you up on some speed bump shit
On some ski jump shit
I’m taking flight cause all my flows cold
Setting bars, no [?]
I never blow smoke unless it’s unleaded
I guess you won’t know my worst
No unedited stress
Go on wax, I mean
[Chorus]
What’s a nigga to do? What’s a nigga to do? My triple beam onto bigger schemes
I’m on these waves
Don’t expect a hand clap cause you swim upstream
I’m expecting sand traps, I be in the green
If we talking green backs I’m back in the black
Been having the formula since Similac
Delicate flows under heavy metal bars but they’re still intact
What’s a nigga to do? When you call the police but the trigger’s on you
Shit crazy man
[Chorus]
What’s a nigga to do? Yeah, what’s a nigga to do? Cause I be streaming black they’ll beat me to blue
Put it on TV then tell you what’s true
What’s a nigga to do? When you tell ’em who you is and they be like “Who?”
What’s a nigga to do?

Ever lost something at the airport? It could end up going to someone in need

ABC Gold Coast

By

Damien Larkins

Updated

August 27, 2018 12:58:07

Video: Airport lost and found goes to good cause

(ABC News)
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While designer sunglasses are commonly lost, up to 25 baby strollers a month are left behind at Gold Coast Airport. (ABC Gold Coast: Damien Larkins)
Staff at the airport often have their hands full dealing with lost and found.Gold Coast Airport general manager of operations Brett Curtis said lost property was almost a full-time job for staff.”There are so many items being handed in,” he said.”Surprisingly we probably have around 20 to 25 prams a month,” Mr Curtis said.”People use a pram while they’re here on holidays and they have no need for it when they go home.”So they just leave it in the terminal and we take care of it.”Staff try to find the owners of lost items, but only a third of belongings are ever reclaimed.Mr Curtis said for the past eight years, anything left unclaimed for six months went to the charity.”We’d rather hand it off to a worthy cause than send it on to landfill,” he said.”Passing it on to people in need is just so rewarding.”It’s a great opportunity to help the local community.”It’s as they say — one person’s trash can become another’s treasure. The little kids know they’re getting a new pram,” he said.”The clothes too; some of the clothes are beautiful.”Lost and found

Photo:
Brett Curtis and his team take care of more than 500 lost items a month handed in at Gold Coast Airport. From wallets to glasses, clothes to strollers — hundreds of items are lost at Gold Coast Airport every month but those left unclaimed are going to a good cause.When you’re tired from a long flight or rushing to meet your next one, it’s easy to forget things.Over 500 lost items are handed in to Gold Coast Airport staff every month.Among them are designer sunglasses, smart devices and an unusually large number of child’s strollers.Any unclaimed, useful items are sent to John Lee at Tweed Heads charity You Have A Friend.”It’s quite amazing to see how many people just get up and get on the plane and leave everything behind,” Mr Lee said.”I do know that they’ve had prosthetic limbs and things like that [left behind] but that doesn’t come in here … I don’t know what I’d do with them.”

Photo:
John Lee’s Tweed Heads op shop finds a new home for items lost at the airport. (ABC Gold Coast: Damien Larkins) (ABC Gold Coast: Damien Larkins)
Items like warm clothes, stuffed toys and books are sold in the op shop.The often brand-new strollers are especially handy for struggling mums.”Some of them almost break down in tears because they’ve got nothing,” Mr Lee said.”The kids love it.
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