Visions of a Freeman - Brain Age - 28, December of 2016

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Legacy.
A view into the Future.


Reality seen from the Eyes of a TRIBalance.


Date is:
December 28, 2016

Miley and Delta caught participating in an Attempted Theft against Me.
  
  

Debbie Reynolds dies at 84 one day after daughter Carrie Fisher's death.
   
  
   
I AM SUING THE BBC NEWS FOR 10,000,000 EUROS!!!
I AM SUING THE BBC NEWS FOR 10,000,000 EUROS AGAIN!!!
Or more if so the Court Decides.

1) For the Crime of Conspiracy.
2) Trying to Frame Me as a Rapist.
3) Setting up a Death Trap against Me.
4) Sexual Harassment against My Guests.
5) Human Trafficking Techniques against Me.
6) Failed trap on State -6 in a Gang Attack.
  
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/dec/28/israel-attorney-general-orders-criminal-probe-benjamin-netanyahu
Benjamin Netanyahu

Benjamin Netanyahu subject of criminal investigation – report

Attorney general orders investigation into two unspecified matters involving prime minister, Israeli television station says
  
   
Benjamin Netanyahu has in the past denied wrongdoing in the purchase of submarines from Germany. Photograph: Baz Ratner/Reuters

Kevin Rawlinson and agency
Wednesday 28 December 2016 21.40 GMT

Israel’s attorney general has ordered police to open a criminal investigation into two unspecified matters involving the prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel’s Channel 10 television has said.

A spokeswoman for Israel’s justice ministry declined to respond to the report. Netanyahu has in the past denied wrongdoing in the purchase of submarines from Germany, where media have reported a potential conflict of interest involving his lawyer.

The Channel 10 report on Wednesday said one of the two cases that the attorney general, Avichai Mandelblit, had been examining was not known to the public.

Netanyahu and his family have been subject to a series of allegations over the past two decades. In 1997, it was decided that there was not enough evidence to charge him over the appointment of an attorney general, though prosecutors said they had a “tangible suspicion” about Netanyahu’s role in the scandal.

According to the New York Times, Netanyahu reacted by saying that he had “erred in the making of the selection, but I did not commit any crime”. He added: “As far as I am concerned, and I think as far as the majority of the public in Israel is concerned, this affair is behind us.”

There followed a series of allegations about the use of public funds in the Netanyahu household. Israeli police recommended in 2000 that Netanyahu – then between his stints as prime minister – be charged with corruption over claims he and his wife, Sara, benefited from more than £60,000 in state gifts.

The attorney general refused, however, saying there were “difficulties with the evidence”, which was not sufficient for a trial.

Netanyahu admitted this year that he had accepted thousands of euros from Arnaud Mimran, who was later convicted of fraud and sentenced to eight years in prison.

And in May it was reported that Sara Netanyahu could face fraud charges over the management of the prime minister’s residence. The claims reportedly focused on whether the state was defrauded into paying for private expenses.

She and her husband’s office have denied any wrongdoing. It has been reported that prosecutors are still looking at the case.

According to the New York Times, Netanyahu reacted by saying that he had “erred in the making of the selection, but I did not commit any crime”. He added: “As far as I am concerned, and I think as far as the majority of the public in Israel is concerned, this affair is behind us.”
  
   
According to the New York Times, Netanyahu reacted by saying that he had “erred in the making of the selection, but I did not commit any crime”. He added: “As far as I am concerned, and I think as far as the majority of the public in Israel is concerned, this affair is behind us.
  
   
Tina Turner - Better Be Good To Me
   
   
http://www.biobiochile.cl/noticias/espectaculos-y-tv/celebridades/2016/12/27/el-misterio-de-kate-midleton-por-que-siempre-tiene-parches-curitas-en-sus-manos.shtml
Martes 27 diciembre de 2016 | Publicado a las 11:26 · Actualizado a las 12:25

Misterio sin resolver ¿por qué Kate Middleton siempre usa "parches curitas" en sus manos?
  
   
Kate MIddleton

Publicado por Bernardita Villa

Kate Middleton es conocida y destacada a nivel mundial por su estilo y elegancia, sin embargo, desde hace algunos años los paparazzi han notado que en varias de sus apariciones publicas, la duquesa de Cambridge lleva un elemento que le restaría elegancia a cualquiera otra persona en el mundo.

Kate ha aparecido en decenas de ocasiones usando “parches curitas” en diferentes zonas de sus manos. A veces alrededor de uno de sus dedos, otras de sus palmas.

Puede tratarse de cortes pequeños y superficiales, sin embargo, el Palacio de Buckingham nunca ha querido entregar una versión oficial al respecto, por lo que las especulaciones comenzaron hacerse cada vez más fuertes y creativas.

Algunos más exagerados piensan que Middleton incluso podría autoinflingirse heridas debido a una depresión sin tratar, mientras que otros aseguran que se trata simplemente de cortes de papel o momentos de distracción. Sin embargo, hasta el momento no se sabe la razón.
  
AFP

La situación cobró más fuerza cuando Middleton apareció junto a su familia para participar en una misa de Navidad llevando otro parche en uno de sus dedos, mientras cargaba a la pequeña princesa Charlotte.

Sin ir más lejos, el mes pasado Kate fue vista con otro parche en su mano izquierda, justo después de conocer al gato protagonista de la cinta A Street Cat Named Bob.

En 2008, cuando Middleton fue captada por los paparazzi saliendo de un club nocturno, también apareció con un parche en su pulgar.
  



Counterintelligence by Madonna that further proves the point.
(It was after I informed that I was going to place the above news, on the Social Network):
  
  
Laura Branigan - Self Control
   
The Elementary Map.
Confidence.
Believe
Entrust
Imagine
In Obama's Case: Fake
In Computers: Mesh (Rigged)
Second row, complete: Projection
Fourth Row: Elaboration.
In Computers: Material Palette.
   
  
   
Animation Frame.
Bottom Row says:
(Only for Computer Code)
Virtual Cruise Ship.

Bottom Row says:
(Only for Computer Code)

If State number 1,2,4 and 5 from the Right Column are Projected Forward (column probably has to move in a projection), it spells:

Self Determination (Analysis).
If projected further, then Creation (Development).
If projected further, then Independence (Distribution).
Electro Magnetic Map.

Distribution.
  
   
This Page is about Computer Programming.
It is not meant to be used for Political/Religious Purposes.
  
Date is:
December 30, 2016
  
Circus Contraption Hot Potato.wmv
  
   

You can (S)ee Me(a) Blow (M)yself to(i) Smitheree(n)s
Oh Look, it's rai(n)ing piece(s) of (Me).
  
I AM SUING THE GUARDIAN FOR 2,000,000 EUROS!!!
Or more if so the Court Decides.

For the Crime of:

1) Inciting Religious Persecution against Me.
2) Inciting Harassment against Me.
3) Harassment against Me.

Note: It is inconceivable that something so Evil and Diabolic as The Guardian tries to use the Christian Faith to hide it's Crimes Against Humanity.
  
Constitution of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela.

Article 57:
Everyone has the right to express freely his or her thoughts, ideas or opinions orally, in writing or by any other form of expression, and to use for such purpose any means of communication and diffusion, and no censorship shall be established. Anyone making use of this right assumes full responsibility for everything expressed. Anonymity, war propaganda, discriminatory messages or those promoting religious intolerance are not permitted. Censorship restricting the ability of public officials to report on matters for which they are responsible is prohibited.
   
  
https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2016/dec/29/slow-roasted-pork-taco-recipe-salted-caramel-cookies-samin-nosrat
Food & drink Cook residency

A perfectly seasoned slow-roasted pork tacos recipe

Salt, fat, acid, heat: this is Samin Nosrat’s secret to cooking. Today we start with salt: as important to a dish as any other ingredient, she says. Start with these slow-roasted pork tacos and salted caramel cookies.
  
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Pork tacos: ‘I learned how crucial it is to give salt the time to distribute itself and diffuse,’ says Samin. ‘It’s why we salted our meat the night before cooking at Chez Panisse.’ Photograph: Clare Hewitt for the Guardian

Samin Nosrat
Thursday 29 December 2016 12.00 GMT

My parents left Tehran for San Diego on the eve of the Iranian revolution, shortly before I was born in 1979. The most delightful aspect of our home culture was the food – it brought us together. Rare were the nights when our extended family didn’t join us at the dinner table, which was always full of plates mounded high with herbs, platters of saffron rice and fragrant pots of stew.

As a child I only ever found myself in the kitchen when Maman enlisted me and my brothers to peel raw fava beans or pick the herbs destined for her traditional Persian cooking.

I never thought I’d be a cook. I had literary ambitions and eventually moved north to study literature and writing at university in Berkeley, California. But then a series of serendipitous events brought me to Alice Waters’s restaurant Chez Panisse, where I applied for a job bussing tables as a student. Someone must have just quit, because even though I had no restaurant experience, I was hired on the spot. My first shift was the following afternoon.

Walking through the kitchen the next day, I immediately fell under the spell of the chefs in their spotless whites, moving with grace and efficiency as they worked. The sheer beauty of the kitchen, filled with baskets of ripe figs and lined with gleaming copper pans, mesmerised me. A few weeks later, I was begging the chefs to take me on as a volunteer. Eventually, they awarded me a proper apprenticeship, and then a job.

Since the menu at Chez Panisse changes daily, each kitchen shift begins with a menu meeting, when each chef is assigned a task for that day’s dishes. As an intern, sitting in on these meetings was inspiring and terror-inducing in equal measure. I was surrounded by some of the best cooks in the world. Just hearing them talk about food was enormously educational. How did they all seem to know how to cook anything the chef could imagine when they consulted cookbooks only on rare occasions?

I felt as if I’d never catch up. But gradually, I learned to detect the nuances that distinguish good food from great. I started to see some basic patterns in the seemingly impenetrable maze of seasonal menus. Salt, fat, acid and heat were the four elements that guided basic decision-making for every single dish, no matter what. The rest was just a combination of cultural, seasonal or technical details, for which we could consult cookbooks and experts, histories and maps. It was a revelation.

As I watched the cooks use salt in far greater quantities, far earlier and far more often than it had ever occurred to me to do, I began to internalise the first and most important lesson of my cooking career: salt has a greater impact on flavour than any other ingredient. Learn to use it well, and your food will taste good.

Salt’s relationship to flavour is multidimensional: it has its own particular taste and it enhances the flavour of other ingredients. Used properly, salt minimises bitterness, balances sweetness and enhances aromas, heightening our experience of eating. Take the salted chocolate and caramel sandwich cookies featured below, which are sprinkled with flaky Maldon salt. Besides providing a satisfying crunch when the flakes hit your tongue, the salt offsets the bitter cocoa, intensifying the chocolate and caramel, and offering a welcome savoury contrast to the sugar’s sweetness.

By the time I arrived at Chez Panisse, the kitchen had already been running smoothly for decades. Its success relied on each cook thinking ahead to the following day’s menu and beyond. Every day, without fail, we jointed and seasoned meat for the following day. I thought they were just being efficient: it didn’t occur to me that seasoning meat in advance had anything to do with flavour. I didn’t yet understand the important work salt was quietly doing overnight.

Then, inspired by a slow-roasted pork dish I’d cooked at work a few days earlier, I threw a dinner party and attempted to recreate the preparation. After a trip to the butcher first thing in the morning, I rubbed salt and a little sugar all over the pork shoulder. I knew it would take hours of roasting at a low temperature to grow tender, so I immediately slipped it into the oven. After six hours, it emerged caramelised and tender to the touch: it looked perfect. But when I cut into it, my heart sank. The centre of the roast was as bland as could be.

I couldn’t bring myself to serve food I knew wasn’t right, so I changed gears. I shredded the meat so I could season it properly throughout and threw a taco party. Now, I’m from southern California, home to some of the best tacos in the world, but the pork ones I made then are among the most memorable I’ve had.

That was the day that I learned how crucial it is to give salt the time to distribute itself and diffuse. It’s why we salted our meat the night before cooking at Chez Panisse. And that’s why you should make it a habit to season earlier, too.

Slow-roasted pork shoulder tacos (pictured above)
Serves 8
30g sea salt
100g sugar
Boneless pork shoulder (approximately 1.8kg in weight)

To serve
Sour cream
Corn tortillas
Mexican cabbage slaw (see recipe below)

1 In a small bowl, mix together the salt and sugar. Put the pork in a large, shallow bowl and rub the salt and sugar mixture all over it. Cover with clingfilm and refrigerate for at least 6 hours, or overnight.

2 An hour before you plan to start cooking, remove the pork from the fridge and discard any juices. Preheat the oven to 150C/300F/gas mark 2. Put the pork in a roasting pan and into the oven. After the first hour, baste with pan juices and repeat every hour. Cook for about 6 hours, or until it collapses, yielding easily to the tines of a fork.

3 Let the meat cool for 15 minutes, then shred it using two forks. Taste and adjust the salt as needed. Serve with sour cream, tortillas and slaw.

Mexican cabbage slaw

Serves 6 to 8
½ medium head of red or green cabbage (about 700g)
Salt
½ small red onion, thinly sliced
60ml lime juice
1 fresh jalapeño pepper, finely sliced
10g coriander leaves, coarsely chopped
45ml red wine vinegar
90ml extra virgin olive oil

1 Quarter the cabbage through the core. Use a sharp knife to cut the core out at an angle. Thinly slice or shred the rest of the cabbage and put in a colander set inside a large salad bowl. Season with two generous pinches of salt, to help draw out water, and toss the slices. Set aside.

2 In a small bowl, toss the sliced onion with the lime juice and let it sit for 20 minutes to macerate. Set aside.

3 After 20 minutes, drain any water that the cabbage may have given off – sometimes there will be none. Put in the bowl and add the jalapeño, coriander and macerated onion – but not its lime juice yet. Dress the slaw with the vinegar and olive oil. Toss well to combine.

4 Taste and adjust the seasoning, adding the lime juice used for macerating, and salt as needed. When your palate zings with pleasure, it’s ready. Serve chilled or at room temperature. You can store leftover slaw, covered in the fridge, for up to two days.
  
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‘Besides providing a satisfying crunch when the flakes hit your tongue, the salt offsets the bitter cocoa, intensifying the chocolate and caramel.’ Photograph: Clare Hewitt for the Guardian

Salted chocolate and caramel sandwich cookies

You will need to start these the day before you intend to bake them.

Makes about 24
For the cookies

225g dark chocolate, coarsely chopped
155g flour
50g unsweetened cocoa powder
2 tsp baking powder
115g unsalted butter, at room temperature
225g sugar, plus more to roll the logs in
2 large eggs
½ tsp fine salt
1 tsp vanilla extract
75ml whole milk
Granulated sugar, for rolling
Maldon salt, for finishing

For the salted caramel filling
50g granulated sugar
30ml water
60ml double cream

1 tsp vanilla extract
170g unsalted butter, at room temperature
½ tsp fine salt
115g caster sugar

1 First make the cookie dough. Fill a saucepan with about 3cm of water and bring to a simmer over a medium heat. Put the chocolate in a large, dry stainless steel or ceramic bowl and set it so that it hovers over the simmering water. The bottom of the bowl should not touch the liquid. Stirring occasionally, melt the chocolate until it’s smooth. Remove and set aside.

2 In a medium bowl, whisk together the flour, cocoa and baking powder.

3 Use a stand mixer fitted with the paddle attachment to beat the butter on medium-high speed until creamy: about 2 minutes. Add the sugar slowly in a thin stream. Continue mixing until it is completely smooth and soft, stopping to scrape down the sides of the bowl with a rubber spatula.

4 Add the eggs one at a time, then the salt, vanilla, melted chocolate and milk, mixing well after each addition. Reduce the speed to low and add the flour mixture. Mix until barely incorporated. The dough will be quite thick and stiff.

5 Divide the dough into 4. Put each portion on a large piece of clingfilm. Using the wrapping to help, roll and shape each piece into a log 3cm in diameter. Twist the ends to seal. Chill overnight.

6 Preheat the oven to 180C/350F/gas mark 4 and line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Put another sheet of parchment paper on your work surface. Pour a line of sugar as long as the dough logs on to the parchment. Unwrap a chilled log of dough and roll it in the sugar to coat evenly. Using a thin, sharp knife, slice the dough into 6-8mm slices. Lay the slices on the baking sheet, leaving about 3cm between each. Sprinkle each slice with a few flakes of Maldon salt. Repeat with the remaining dough.

7 Bake for 10-12 minutes, until the tops of the cookies look set but still feel soft to the touch. Transfer to a wire rack to cool completely.

8 While the cookies bake and cool, make the caramel filling. Stir together the sugar and water in a small saucepan and bring to a boil over a medium-high heat. Continue cooking, without stirring, until the mixture turns dark amber in colour.

9 Remove from the heat and slowly add the cream and vanilla, stirring with a whisk until completely smooth. Set aside until cool to the touch – about 25 minutes.

10 Combine the butter and salt in the bowl of the stand mixer, still fitted with the paddle attachment, and beat on a medium-high speed until light in colour and fluffy – about 3 minutes. Reduce the speed to low, add the caster sugar, and mix until completely incorporated. Turn the mixer off and scrape down the sides of the bowl, then add the prepared caramel. Beat the mixture on medium-high speed until airy and thoroughly mixed – about 2 minutes. Taste and add more salt if desired. Cover and refrigerate until stiff – about 45 minutes – before using.

11 To assemble the cookies, spread about 2 teaspoons of filling on to the bottom of a cooled cookie, then set a second cookie on top, right side up. Press gently to sandwich.

Samin Nosrat is a food writer, cook and teacher and the author of the forthcoming Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat (2017). saminnosrat.com
  
  
   
Date is:
December 28, 2016
   
 

Transparent System.
Sistema Transparente.

Patriotic Feeling.
Sentimiento Patrio.

Liberator.
Libertador.


Can mean (among other things): Traitor.





  
       
       
       
   
The name of Kennedy's Wife: Jacqueline (Jacky) Kennedy Onassis.
The name of Suspected Murderer:
Lee Harvey Oswald
  
     
   
   
   
     
   
   
Confucius
  
1. When you become angry, think about the consequences
2. If it’s clear that you cannot achieve your goals, do not change your goals – change your actions.
3. Give guidance to only those who have acknowledged their ignorance and seek knowledge.
4. If people spit at your back, it means you’re ahead.
5. It does not matter how slow you go as long as you do not stop.
6. Whatever you do in life, do it with all your heart.
   
Greek ambassador killed by wife's lover, Brazilian police say.
Francoise Amiridis arrives at a police station Friday to be interrogated in connection with her husband's
   
   
   
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
   
Greece's ambassador to Brazil was murdered in a plot hatched by his Brazilian wife and her police officer lover, who confessed to the crime, officials said Friday.
     
   
   
   
     
   
   
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/12/31/greek-ambassador-brazil-murdered-wifes-cop-lover-police/
Greek ambassador to Brazil murdered by wife's police lover, officials say

Brazilian President Michel Temer (L) talking to Greek ambassador to Brazil, Kyriakos Amiridis CREDIT: BETO BARATA/AFP

By Agence France-Presse
31 DECEMBER 2016 • 1:20AM

Greece's ambassador to Brazil was murdered in a plot hatched by his Brazilian wife and her police officer lover, who confessed to the crime, officials said Friday.

The envoy, Kyriakos Amiridis, 59, was killed on Monday by the officer, Sergio Gomez Moreira, Rio homicide division chief Evaristo Pontes told a news conference.

Amiridis's charred body was found Thursday in Rio in his burned-out rental car, a day after his wife, Francoise de Souza Oliveira, declared him missing.

Oliveira, 40, and Moreira, 29, both admitted to having an affair, police said.

The pair are in custody, along with Moreira's 24-year-old cousin, Eduardo Tedeschi, who allegedly also took part.

According to the homicide division chief, Oliveira denied participating in the murder itself, but confessed she knew of the crime.

Amiridis, who was named ambassador this year, had been on a family vacation with his wife in the north of Rio de Janeiro since December 21. They had been due to fly back to the capital Brasilia on January 9.

His wife had originally told police that he had left the Rio apartment they were staying in, taken the car and not returned.

But her version had contradictions, and after Amiridis's body was found in the burned-out car under a bridge, police took Oliveira in for more questioning, and also detained Moreira.

Traces of blood were reportedly found on a sofa in the apartment Amiridis and Oliveira had been using, leading investigators to believe he had been killed there, then his body was placed in the rental car and driven to the spot it was found.

Pontes said that Oliveira had offered Tedeschi the equivalent of $25,000 to help with murdering the ambassador.

Moreira said he and Amiridis had had a physical fight, and that he had killed the ambassador with a shot from his own gun.

But neighbors told police they had heard no shot. An autopsy is being carried out on the burned body of the ambassador, with police suspecting he was stabbed.

Amiridis had previously served Greece's consul general in Rio from 2001 to 2004, where he met Oliveira.

The couple have a 10-year-old daughter.

A Greek police team was due to leave Friday for Brazil to take part in the investigation, while Greece's ambassador in Argentina was headed to Brasilia, Athens said.

Rio de Janeiro, though picturesque, has a reputation as a dangerous place. The 2016 Olympic host city has seen crime rates soar in recent months, fueled by drug gang violence.

Hit hard by Brazil's worst recession in more than a century, Rio de Janeiro state is facing bankruptcy and struggling to deal with the violent crime that has long dogged the area.
   
    
Commoved Map. (Sentimental Touch)

"Conmovido" Map.

Also

Craft.
Artesanal.
The Bee Gees - Words
 
  
Nadia Ali - Rapture

Lyrics:
  
Better Be Good To Me - Tina Turner

A prisoner of your love
Entangled in your web
Hot whispers in the night
I'm captured by your spell
Oh yes I'm touched by this show of emotion
Should I be fractured by your lack of devotion
Should I, should I?

You better be good to me
That's how it's gotta be now
Cause I don't have no use
For what you loosely call the truth
You better be good to me

I think it's also right
That we don't need to fight
We stand face to face
And you present your case
And I know you keep telling me that you love me
And I really do want to believe
But did you think I'd just accept you in blind faith
Oh sure babe, anything to please you

You better be good to me
That's how it's gotta be now
Cause I don't have the time
For your over loaded lines
You better be good to me

And I really don't see why it's so hard to be good to me
And I don't understand what's your plan that you can't be good to me
What I can't feel I surely cannot see, why can't you be good to me
And if it's not real I do not wish to see, why can't you be good to me

Written by Holly Knight, Michael Donald Chapman, Nicholas Barry Chinn • Copyright © Universal Music Publishing Group
   
LAURA BRANIGAN - "Self Control"

Oh, the night is my world
City light painted girl
In the day nothing matters
It's the night time that flatters
In the night, no control
Through the wall something's breaking
Wearing white as you're walking
Down the street of my soul
(You take my self) you take my self control
You got me livin' only for the night
Before the morning comes, the story's told
(You take my self) you take my self control
Another night, another day goes by
I never stop myself to wonder why
You help me to forget to play my role
You take my self, you take my self control
(I) I live among the creatures of the night
I haven't got the will to try and fight
Against a new tomorrow
So I guess I'll just believe it
That tomorrow never comes
A safe flight
(You take myself, you take my self control)
I'm living in the forest of my dream
(You take myself, you take my self control)
I know the night is not as it would seem
(You take myself, you take my self control)
I must believe in something
(You take myself, you take my self control)
So I'll make myself believe it
(You take myself, you take my self control)
That this night will never go
(Oh-oh-oh, oh-oh-oh)
(Oh-oh-oh, oh-oh-oh)
(Oh-oh-oh)
(oh-oh-oh)
(Oh-oh-oh)
(oh-oh-oh)
Oh, the night is my world
City light painted girl
In the day nothing matters
It's the night time that flatters
(I) I live among the creatures of the night
I haven't got the will to try and fight
Against a new tomorrow
So I guess I'll just believe it
That tomorrow never knows
A safe flight
(You take myself, you take my self control)
I'm living in the forest of my dream
(You take myself, you take my self control)
I know the night is not as it would seem
(You take myself, you take my self control)
I must believe in something
(You take myself, you take my self control)
So I'll make myself believe it
(You take myself, you take my self control)
This night will never go
(Oh-oh-oh, oh-oh-oh)
(Oh-oh-oh, oh-oh-oh)
(Oh-oh-oh)
You take my self
(Oh-oh-oh)
You take my self control
(Oh-oh-oh)
You take my self
(Oh-oh-oh)
You take my self control
(Oh-oh-oh)
You take my self
(Oh-oh-oh)
You take my self control
(Oh-oh-oh)
You take my self
(Oh-oh-oh)
You take my self control
(Oh-oh-oh).....
   
Circus Contraption:Hot Potato

Playin' hot potato with a hand grenade
Shakin' like a leaf on a tree
You can see my blow myself to smithereens
Oh, look it's raining pieces of me

Oh, look up in the sky
It's a hole about the size of Texas
Oh fuck, it's the end of the world
And don't you come a-crawlin' to me

You fuck with mother nature
And she's gonna get pissed
She don't always act like a Lady
She's the one who handed you the gift of life
And she could always take it away

Oh look, up in the sky
It's a hole about the size of Texas
Oh fuck, it's the end of the world
And don't you come a-crawlin' to me

My god is made of balsa wood and porcelain
I think I'm gonna puke in the sink
I need another shot of dextromethorphan
Take a break from havin' to think

Oh look, up in the sky
It's a hole about the size of Texas
Oh fuck, it's the end of the world
And don't you come a-crawlin' to me

Oh look, up in the sky
It's a hole about the size of Texas
Oh fuck, everybody's rounding 'em up
And don't you come a-crawlin' to me
   
Bee Gees – Words Lyrics

Smile an everlasting smile
A smile can bring you near to me
Don't ever let me find you gone
'Cause that would bring a tear to me

This world has lost it's glory
Let's start a brand new story
Now my love, right now
There'll be no other time
And I can show you how, my love

Talk in everlasting words
And dedicate them all to me
And I will give you all my life
I'm here if you should call to me

You think that I don't even mean
A single word I say

It's only words, and words are all I have
To take your heart away

You think that I don't even mean
A single word I say

It's only words, and words are all I have
To take your heart away
It's only words, and words are all I have
To take your heart away
It's only words, and words are all I have
To take your heart away

Songwriters: GIBB, BARRY ALAN/GIBB, MAURICE ERNEST/GIBB, ROBIN HUGH
Words lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group
   
Nadia Ali - Rapture

The night I laid my eyes on you
Felt everything around me move
Got nervous when you looked my way
But you knew all the words to say

Then your love slowly moved right in
All this time oh my love where you been

Mi amore don't you know
My love I want you so
Sugar you make my soul complete
Rapture tastes so sweet

I'm mesmerized in every way
You keep me in a state of daze
You're kisses make my skin feel weak
I'm always melting in your heat

Then I soar like a bird in the wind
Oh I glide as I'm flying through heaven

Mi amore don't you know
My love I want you so
Sugar you make my soul complete
Rapture tastes so sweet

Since we connect behind closed doors
Spark this fire even more
No telling where we will be next
Surrender to your rapture arrest
Lay your head, let the slumber float
Can't resist, that's why words were wrote

Mi amore don't you know
My love I want you so
Sugar you make my soul complete
Rapture tastes so sweet

Compositores: Markus Moser / Nadia Ali
Letra de Rapture - Avicii New Generation Extended Mix © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.

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