Trey Songz – Lovin’ The Way Lyrics

Let me love, let me love you girl
Baby, are you lovin’? It ain’t no thing
Are you lovin’ the way? Baby are you lovin’ the way? It ain’t no thing
Oh baby, are you lovin’ the way? (no, no oh)
It ain’t no thing
Are you lovin’ the way? (baby)
Let me know baby, it ain’t no thing babe
[Verse 1: Trey Songz & Chris Brown]
You’re looking so damn good
And I won’t let it go to waste
I ain’t trying to waste your time
There ain’t no time for games
Girl, I know you’re ready
I’ma eat your mind if you’re ready
I don’t wanna be just more than a friend
So many wishes, we should start with a kiss baby
Foreplay, could wait another minute
’til I get my hands on, you babe
Wait another second, my hands all over your body
You like a drug and I can’t get enough of it
I’m addicted to your booty girl, yeah
Oh, too many questions need answers
Oh, tell me if I messed up
And I don’t know what to say to you
So right now, I hold your love for ransom
Oh, girl you’re just too much to handle
Oh, and all I really need to know from you is –
So tell me oh
[Chorus: Trey Songz & Chris Brown]
Are you lovin’ the way? It ain’t no thing
Are you lovin’ the way? It ain’t no thing
Oh baby, are you lovin’ the way? Baby are you lovin’ the way? (baby)
Let me know baby, it ain’t no thing babe
Are you lovin’ the way? [Intro: Trey Songz]
Baby, are you lovin’? (oh)
It ain’t no thing (it ain’t no thing)
Are you lovin’ the way? (Baby, are you lovin’?)
Baby are you lovin’ the way? Oh, oh Drumma Boy
[Chorus: Trey Songz & Chris Brown]
Are you lovin’ the way? Baby are you lovin’ the way? (yeah,baby)
Let me know baby, ain’t a thing babe (no)
So tell me oh
Are you lovin’ the way? Baby are you lovin’ the way? (Baby, are you lovin’?)
Baby are you lovin’ the way? It ain’t no thing
Oh baby, are you lovin’ the way? It ain’t no thing
Are you lovin’ the way? Baby are you lovin’ the way? Baby are you lovin’ the way? Baby are you lovin’ the way? (baby, baby)
Let me know baby, ain’t a thing babe (no, no,no)
Oh, are you lovin’ the way? (baby are you lovin’)
Baby are you lovin’ the way? Baby are you lovin’ the way? It ain’t no thing
Oh baby, are you lovin’ the way? It ain’t no thing
Are you lovin’ the way?

NCT 127 – Regular (English Ver.) Lyrics

(Yeah, yeah)
Dinero, queso, cheese, yo quiero, I want it
[Outro: Taeyong]
Regular Dinero, queso, cheese, yo quiero, I want it
[Verse 3: Johnny, Taeyong, Yuta, Mark, Haechan, WinWin, Doyoung, Taeil]
I am too rich to compete, so don’t compare to me (Yeah, yeah)
We are not the same, only one of me (Hey, hey)
Hop out the coupe, the sky’s the roof (Roof)
My whole team ball (Ball)
We never lose, hundreds all blue (Hundreds)
We do what we do (Ball)
Poppin’ out casket-fresh, lookin’ like a fashion show (Ayy)
Diamonds all on my neck, lookin’ like a water show (Ayy, let’s go)
Bust it, bust it, bust it, for a real one
We gon’ bring up the car
One way, no stop, to the stars (Aw, yeah, yeah, yeah)
Coupe fly, Dubai
Know it ain’t two sides, too high
One way to Mars, you better watch yourself
I did it all by myself (Go!)
[Pre-Chorus: Yuta, WinWin, Jaehyun, Taeyong, Jungwoo, Mark, Johnny]
And now we in the zone (Ice, ice)
Stand too close, might catch a cold (Stand too close)
Crib came with a gate and a code (Yeah, yeah, yeah)
Yeah, yeah, drippin’ water faucets, splash
[Chorus: All]
VVS my diamonds, I don’t need no light to shine (Oh)
Iced out both my wrists, now I can barely see the time (Oh)
I just made a million and I’m still not satisfied
‘Cause I need the bag on the regular (Regular)
I spend the bag on the regular (brrrah!)
We make the world go (Do-do, do-do-do, do-do-do)
My bank account go (Do-do, do-do-do, do-do-do)
We make the world go (Do-do, do-do-do, do-do-do)
Brrrah! (Oh)
Run it up, run it up, run it up (Run it up)
No competition in front of us
We got the wave, we getting paid (Oh)
[Chorus: All]
VVS my diamonds, I don’t need no light to shine (Oh)
Iced out both my wrists, now I can barely see the time (Oh)
I just made millions on me, but I’m still not satisfied
‘Cause I need the bag on the regular (Regular)
I spend the bag on the regular
We make the world (Do-do, do-do-do, do-do-do)
My bank account go (Do-do, do-do-do, do-do-do)
We make the world go (Do-do, do-do-do, do-do-do)
Brrrah! [Intro: Mark]
Yeah, yeah
[Verse 1: Mark, Taeyong]
I like shining, you be lyin’
I be grindin’, you waste time
Know you wanna roll with me
‘Cause you know I put it down
When I show up, I’m the one and only
No, no, no (No, no)
Yeah, pull up in the Jag
Haters gon’ be mad
[Verse 2: Jaehyun, Jungwoo, Mark, Taeyong]
I’ve been walkin’ with the cheese, that’s that queso (Queso, queso)
Diamonds drippin’, better bring your raincoat (Splash)
I got them racks on me (On me)
I brought the whole lit team with me
I might pull up in a spaceship
Hop out it, don’t look like I live here
[Pre-Chorus: Taeil, Johnny, Yuta, Mark]
And now we in the zone (Oh)
Stand too close, might catch a cold
Crib came with a gate and a code
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
Drippin’ water faucets, splash (Splash)
[Chorus: All]
VVS my diamonds, I don’t need no light to shine
Iced out both my wrists, now I can barely see the time
I just made a million and I’m still not satisfied
‘Cause I need the bag on the regular
I spend the bag on the regular
We make the world go (Do-do, do-do-do, do-do-do)
My bank account go (Do-do, do-do-do, do-do-do)
We make the world go (Do-do, do-do-do, do-do-do)
Brrrah! Oh! (Yeah, yeah)
Dinero, queso, cheese, yo quiero, I want it
[Bridge: Taeyong, Mark, Jaehyun, Doyoung, Taeil]
Multi-color diamonds like the rainbow (Yeah, yeah, yeah)
B-L -ind your eyes 번져 눈부셔
Yeah 자체발광 we flash 주체안돼 let’s dance
Yeah, this isn’t real, this is a regular move
머리 어깨 무릎발 무릎발, let’s get fast
Oh!

Lucy the ‘lucky lab’ goes from being a rescue dog to helping people in court

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Lucy is an exuberant and friendly labrador who loves people, but was rejected by three families before finding love in her forever home.The lab is now helping others face their own stressful situations and has become a popular weekly visitor at the Taree courthouse, on the mid-north coast of New South Wales.The three-year-old canine is helping people calm down and smile, at what can be a stressful time, as they wait to appear in court.Lucy greets people with boisterous affection. (ABC News: Emma Siossian)
Lucy set to continue drawing smilesMr Smith and Lucy planned to continue visiting the Taree courthouse, and perhaps even some other institutions in the future.”The plan for the future is to get her to calm down a little more and then take her to the old people’s homes and hospitals and things like that. She’s great with children too,” Mr Smith said.”We don’t know what we’d do if something happened to her.”

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Lucy greets people at the Taree courthouse every Tuesday morning. (ABC News: Emma Siossian)
A happy home after a rough startMr Smith was first introduced to Lucy at the RSPCA. Her tail and whole body wiggle with happiness and excitement, and she’s always ready to nuzzle a hand.Lucy’s owner Ivan Smith said the court staff looked forward to seeing her every Tuesday and she’d had a positive impact.”I take her into the foyer and she’ll run up to everyone and get cuddles and pats,” he said.”I just tell them she’s the world’s friendliest dog and she’s a lucky dog, give her a pat, and they usually walk into the court with a bit of a smile on their face.”They’ve told me from the office that there hasn’t been an argument or fight here in the four months since Lucy has been coming to the court.”Those waiting outside the court, including Les Garvey, agreed it was wonderful to have Lucy around.”It’s just what people need, someone there you can talk to, who you know is listening,” he said.Robert Kelly was also happy to spend time with Lucy.”It just helps with anxiety. I mean everyone here is nervous about what’s going on, it’s a court, but just having her here obviously helps,” he said.Mr Smith said there was definitely something special about his labrador and she was able to sense when people needed help.”We were with Lucy at a gathering with about 40 people,” he said.”The minute we arrived she just concentrated on two people — the first one was a person who had cancer and was in remission and the second one was my younger brother who had terminal cancer.”

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Lucy offers affection to those waiting to appear in court. “We had already lost two border collies from old age and decided to go to the RSPCA to get a dog,” Mr Smith said.”We wanted an older one, but Lucy wouldn’t leave us alone and she just kept coming over to us and nudging us.”Three homes she’d gone to and each one had brought her back.”She was nine months old and we opened the car door and in she went and we thought, ‘We’ve got a dog’.”

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Lucy the lab was a rescue dog before Ivan Smith took her into his home. Canine Companion Program volunteers wantedGuide Dogs NSW/ACT is seeking volunteer therapy dog handlers to join the programHandlers will work with a therapy dog to help provide support to potentially anxious or distressed court usersVolunteers should enjoy socialising with people, have a genuine love of dogs and good dog handling skillsVolunteers will be required for around two mornings a week for 12 monthsFor more information go to www.guidedogs.com.au
Guide Dogs NSW/ACT is training dozens of labradors as part of the Canine Court Companion Program.They’ll provide support at the Burwood, Campbelltown, Gosford, Goulburn, Lismore, Manly, Nowra, Orange, Sutherland and Taree courthouses and will be there by mid-2019.Guide Dogs NSW/ACT CEO Dale Cleaver said a pilot program at Manly found anxious victims and witnesses felt more relaxed and ready to give evidence after interacting with the calming canines.”The aim of the program is to have some of our therapy dogs in courthouses and their role is to … help anyone who’s stressed and in need of therapy,” he said.”We had really good feedback from those who were involved but also [from] the police and staff in the court.”Courts can be stressful places and the results showed that the presence of a dog can really help calm people and it can lower anxiety.”

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Ivan and his dog Lucy visit the Taree court each week. He had gone there intending to bring home an older dog, but friendly and boisterous Lucy, who had already been brought back by three families, had other ideas. (ABC News: Emma Siossian)
Canine Court Companion Program to start next yearMr Smith said he was inspired to start taking Lucy to the court after reading about NSW Government plans to introduce therapy dogs into some courthouses next year. She now regularly visits people at the Taree courthouse, where she helps people feel more relaxed. (ABC News: Emma Siossian)
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Stars and their steeds: Neeson and Crowe say horses recognised them on set

He actually remembered me from another Western we made a while back,” revealed Neeson.”I love animals. When we worked together before I took special care of him. Crowe backed up Neeson’s story on Twitter, saying he was lifelong friends with horses called George and Rusty. Dramatic-actor-turned-action-star Liam Neeson claims a horse he worked with on his latest film recognised him from a previous gig, with Russell Crowe backing up the story.The ruggedly handsome Northern Irishman, who forged his reputation on powerful performances in movies such as Schindler’s List and Michael Collins before more recently reinventing himself as an ageing action hero, said at the New York Film Festival that his equine co-star in The Ballad of Buster Scruggs knew him from a Western they once worked on together.”I play a traveling impresario. In an interview with AMC TV, he said: “As far as getting along with the horse, the same rules apply anywhere, with any horse, to some degree.”Every horse is different, and even the same horse is different on any given day,” he said.”But if you show them a certain respect, and you don’t try to force them to do things, you end up getting better results, and — on a practical level — it will make shooting a movie that requires you to actually be riding a horse easier.”Mortensen rode a bit in the Lord of the Rings trilogy, but really got to practise his childhood talent on horsey movie Hidalgo.He ended up buying two of the horses he rode in Lord of the Rings, and his favourite version of the five that played Hidalgo, called TJ.”I had no intention of buying a horse off of this movie. I’m saying this horse knew me. She knew the horse from her country club and personally chose him to be her co-star on National Velvet.The horse was apparently a massive pain on set, biting crew members and such, but it did respond well to a 12-year-old Taylor.She was gifted the horse for her 13th birthday and kept him at her California stables for years. I fed him treats. External Link:

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Whether you believe the 66-year-old Neeson or think he may have spent too long playing make believe, there is no doubting Hollywood has a long history of fomenting relationships between its stars and their steeds.James Stewart and Pie

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James Stewart co-starred with Pie in 17 films. (IMDB)
Iconic Western star John Wayne did not actually like horses, according to a biography written by Garry Wills, and would only ride while filming.He did, however, develop a special bond with a sorrel gelding called Dollor, and liked it so much he signed an exclusive rights contract with its owner, the Dick Webb Movie Company. “You won’t believe it. The odd thing is the horse who pulls my wagon knew me,” he told Page Six. But with TJ he was … I don’t know, I just got to really, really like him. According to Stewart, Pie was “one of the best co-stars I ever had” and would “act for the cameras when they were rolling”.”He was a ham of a horse,” he said.When Pie died in 1970, Stewart had him buried at his California ranch.Viggo Mortensen and every horse

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Viggo Mortensen ended up purchasing his favourite version of Hidalgo, TJ. (Supplied: IMDB)
Elizabeth Taylor may have had numerous husbands but there was only one horse for her: King Charles. Dollor featured in movies such as Big Jake and True Grit, and was even mentioned by its real name in The Shootist.Dollor died at the age of 27 in 1995, and was reportedly stuffed.Elizabeth Taylor and King Charles

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A 12-year-old Elizabeth Taylor was the only one on set who got along with King Charles. (Supplied: IMDB)
Argentinian-American heartthrob Viggo Mortensen actually published a book of photographs called The Horse is Good. (Supplied: IMDB)
Neeson did not reveal the name of the horse, but said he knew it knew was him by the way it greeted him.”He whinnied when he saw me, and pawed the ground,” he said, describing what many would consider to be standard horse behaviour. He’s got such a unique, strong personality.”John Wayne and Dollor

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John Wayne famously hated riding horses. Gave him apples.”

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Russell Crowe said on Twitter that a couple of horses remembered him from previous films. (IMDB)
Legendary actor James Stewart appeared with his favourite horse Pie in 17 Westerns. We filmed in New Mexico. Neeson said he made an impression on the horse through his kindness on an earlier film, possibly 2014’s A Million Ways to Die in the West or, at a stretch, 2006’s Seraphim Falls.
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When he discovered it was destined for the dump, he offered to give it a new home.”We’re going to recycle it, not as scrap metal but by using it as a prop again … “We’re going to use the whale as a landmark so people know where we are,” he told ABC Radio Brisbane’s Craig Zonca and Rebecca Levingston.”We’ll put it on the roof and create some attention.”Mr Dagg had seen the tow truck and whale parked on the side of the road. A six-metre “whale” being transported on the back of a truck through Brisbane has left plenty of motorists confused, and even caught the attention of police.Spotted in East Brisbane this week, the realistic Hollywood prop was on its way to the dump — it had been given to Tangalooma Island Resort in 2015.It had been used in the survival thriller film The Shallows, starring Blake Lively, which was shot at Lord Howe Island and Mount Tamborine.Resort director Trevor Hassard said the three-tonne model drew a lot of attention at the time.”The movie was a shark thriller like Jaws, and after they filmed it a few years ago they did ask us if we wanted it,” he told ABC Radio Brisbane’s Steve Austin.”It’s six metres and looked exactly like a whale, so we said we would take it and put it in our marine eco-centre.”We do whale watching and since it looked so real, we thought we could use it.”
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Movie gore too much to removeThe downside of the exchange was the amount of fake blood and movie gore still on the whale.”When we got it delivered to bring it over to the island, it had too many shark marks all over it,” Mr Hassard said.”Since it was from a thriller movie, there was just too much blood hanging from it.”We tried so many ways to have it fixed and we took chippies (carpenters) over there to see if they could cut it up or mount it on the wall or hang it from the roof in the eco-centre but it just didn’t work.”

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The prop was on its way to the dump. (Supplied: The Shallows)
Tow truck trip leads to new roleWhen the owner of a scrap metal business in south-east Brisbane spotted the whale, he arranged to save it from the dump and give it a new role.Manager Scott Dagg said his business had no links to marine life or the ocean — yet. (Supplied: Adam Root)
He said the realistic nature of the whale could confuse people, with many taking photos of the prop on its journey to the tip.”It’s made out of a rubber compound and looks like a whale and feels like one,” Mr Hassard said.”I rang the tow truck driver when I started getting phone calls about it and asked him what he was doing with it.”The tow driver said he didn’t think anyone would think it was a real whale, but in hindsight though he probably should have put a tarp over it.”

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The whale played a role in the movie The Shallows. we have Free Willy in our yard right now.”He said with the new recycling program set to start in Queensland soon, the whale would make it easier for people to locate the premises. Photo:
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The fake whale was strapped to a trailer for its journey across Brisbane. (Supplied: Adam Root)