Charli XCX – Round and Round Lyrics

If we both stop playing it cool this shit could be amazing
Let’s get out of here, and we could make it real
[Chorus]
Boy, you got me freaking out
You got me spinning round tonight
Round, and round, and round, round
Boy, it’s like a rodeo
We’re on a rollercoaster ride
Round, and round, and round, round
[Drop]
You got me round, and round, and round, round, oh
You got me round, and round, and round, round, oh
[Verse 2]
You were so beautiful
Standing there on your own
Got that connection
Butterflies, butterflies, I got these feelings for you
If I die, if I die, I’ll still be dreamin’ of you
[Pre-Chorus 2]
Hanging here with you on my arm, I got the sweetest candy
Confident and serious, I know you feel the same
Don’t need to be playing it cool ’cause this shit is amazing
Sign your name right here
Baby, let’s seal the deal
[Chorus]
Boy, you got me freaking out
You got me spinning round tonight
Round, and round, and round, round
Boy, it’s like a rodeo
We’re on a rollercoaster ride
Round, and round, and round, round
[Drop]
You got me round, and round, and round, round, oh
(Yeah, yeah) You got me round, and round, and round, round, oh
(Round, and round, and round, and round, round, and round, and round)
Round, and round, and round
(Round, and round, and round, and round, round, and round, and round…)
You got me
(Round, and round, and round, and round, round, and round, and round…)
[Chorus]
Boy, you got me freaking out
You got me spinning round tonight
Round, and round, and round, round
Boy, it’s like a rodeo
We’re on a rollercoaster ride
Round, and round, and round, round
[Drop]
You got me round, and round, and round, round, oh
You got me round, and round, and round, ooh-ooh
(Yeah, yeah) You got me round, and round, and round, round, oh
(Round, and round, and round, and round, round, and round, and round…)
You got me round, and round, and round, ooh-ooh [Chorus]
Boy, you got me freaking out
You got me spinning round tonight
Round, and round, and round, round
Boy, it’s like a rodeo
We’re on a rollercoaster ride
Round, and round, and round, round
[Verse 1]
Blew up like dynamite
Second you caught my eye
You’re replaying
On my mind, on my mind 24/7 for you
Say goodbye, say goodbye, but I’m still dreamin’ ’bout you
[Pre-Chorus 1]
Sitting here, I’m checking my phone
My friends all think I’m crazy
Wondering, anticipating, do you feel the same?

#CoonambleRaindance is a social media hit, but will it bring on the rain?

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A group of locals in Coonamble on the central western plains of New South Wales have organised a rain dance event for next month, in the hope it will break the drought.What started as a light-hearted way to raise spirits has become a social media hit, with farmers, school children, mechanics and more uploading their own dance videos to Facebook in the hope of bringing on the rain. External Link:

dancing with cattle
What followed next was a wave of videos uploaded to the Coonamble Rain Dance Facebook page.People have posted videos from as far away as England and Switzerland.Ms Parry said the support had been overwhelming.”It’s created such happiness in the community. Local vet Kylie Parry said the group wanted the event to focus on more than food and fodder, and inject some fun into what had been a difficult time for many.”We wanted to focus on mental health too. Most farmers out here take good care of their stock.”They’re not letting them starve. It’s been really uplifting so many people have come on board,” she said. External Link:

Footy kids do Coonamble rain dance So we thought we’d challenge people to do a little rain dance, make a video and share it with their friends,” he said. They’ve either sold them or spent a lot of money to keep feeding them.”Either way our farmers are running low on income now and it’s having a big flow-on impact on our community.”
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Raindance mechanics
Enter the rain dance, a common form of ritual across many cultures including Native American, African, Chinese and now Australian farmers too.Bucking Bull Hotel publican Scott Richardson was also involved in organising the event, wanting to raise as much awareness of the plight of his farming mates as possible.”We needed something to get people talking. External Link:

Farming families rain dance to Thunderstruck
“We also wanted the conversation about drought to move beyond starving cattle. It’s not just about farmers, it’s about their workers and the businesses in town who are struggling in the dry,” she said.
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Caitlin Furlong

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August 29, 2018 10:21:15

Video: Farmers invited 'to dance up a storm' (Supplied: Coonamble Raindance)

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