Hi guys. Looking for a song, relatively new. Hi i'm trying to find a song the lyrics go way way where way where all day if you down like it on nijah finsta page. Hi I'm trying to find a song a love songs it goes"if I spend the night I spend my life girl you know ill spend my life with you". Hi guys! Can people put down the lyrics that they know , type of genre, and if it was a female or male singer?
That would help a lot. I'm looking for a song. The lyrics are : Oh, girl don't play me for a fool acting like we're cool, comming back to say you're sorry I guess you heard the news Now you're trying to get back on me Dont call me up asking me for second chances You fed enough i'm not playing games no more Can get your stuff dont expect to conversate 'cause I ain't got time for another goodbye no Looking for a song i hear and i only know a few lyrics from it not much to go on i know but heres hoping "If i could save your life i would give you mine" "i will never ever let you down".
Is like electro or house or i don't know. I heard a song in a FV show, but it was some hard to hear, it was something like this: something in water, something in the wall Guys, if you help me please to find this song you can find anything. I don t know the lyrics unfortunately. All I know is an american rapp song performed by several rappers and it is a short interview at the final of it.
I am looking for a song that I heard a couple of years ago, I don't remember the lyrics or the singer. But I vaguely remember a few words, it goes 'Break it I am just going crazy as I cannot recollect the song or the singer.
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I think its from the 90s. Many thanks. The movie is about a singer who use to be popular and his plant water girl and they write a song for a famous pop star. I can't remember the song, but the lyrics go like: "we'll always find you It's a hard situation and I need to let it go It' a pop song by a female singer. I'm looking for a song that plays during the end montage of Teen Mom 2 Season 9 Ep Female singer, lyrics include "I'm just like a stranger that you don't even know, so I close my eyes and fade to black, and I need you right now but I can't go back, and it feels so cold out here alone, baby there's no way out, there's no way out" HELP!
Hey there, can't find a song from the 90's since the early 's The back vocal sings "hey, baby" and the guy sings something and "flying so high". The back vocal repeats "flying so high". I am looking for a song sounds like Whitesnake. It has lyrics like 'You can't love me" and "up and down". I'm looking for a song that I remember listening to years ago Before the music starts, it plays the recording of a girl who's addressing a boy she likes. She says things about high school, I think, and says "my voice is kind of hoarse".
That's the only literal quote I remember. If I recall correctly, something along the lines of high school now being over and them moving to different cities I'm a little fuzzy on that. It was really cute how she talked to him and I'd like to hear it again. Not a lot to go on, I know. I've tried other lyrics search engines, but to no avail. Appreciate any help. Hi l'm looking for a song sung by a male and female duet. In the song they are married and sitting together and watching around them.
If you listen to the lyrics closely you realise it 8s a gospel song. Hey im looking for a song sung by a woman, and its a rather new song, from to now i believe, Its about a woman single mother working for her child to have good life and theres something about the beach or ocean, Please let me know if you find it! That's all i remember. I am looking for a song about the "Weekend. It was sung by a male singer. I can't remember all the words, but here is the refrain: "And we have the weekend to paint the town To go out dancing with the inside crowd But Sunday night I get blue when the weekend is through And I have to say goodnight to you And the weekend" This song got radio time and may have made the top forty.
It is remarkable no one remembers it. I was looking for a song that starts out, "look whose now over now don't look back" then a catchy tune. Almost thought it was New kids on the block. I'm looking for a song which has been in my head for years but Google has been failing me. It goes something like this "now I know the kind of friend you are, I'll give up anything to make you smile, I just wanna be the one you love, and you can have me anytime you want You deserve to hold someone who loves you too, you deserve to be, treated very specially I remember this song and searching for 10 yrs Please help me to find this song..
But so far so high so lost I've gotta you can not I don't know any other lyrics, please help me to find this song. Looking for a song that was played at a Safeway. The chorus goes "Breathing doesn't start until you leave the room. It's hard to believe but its gotta be true. You're dizzying me without even trying" please help I cant find if anywhere.
I'm looking for the song with the lyrics "I've looking at u from across the street, and I think about u almost everyday" Not sure if I captured those correctly but plz help guys. Hi guys, i'm looking for a song i've heard not long ago and it's a chill trap music song with female vocal. I only remember a few words and can be wrong somewhere but i think it goes like this: I'm locked down I sleep on sleep on night We carry on, i'm carrying on and after these words the trap music goes.
Does anyone know the name of this song or who sings it? It's on the Sabrina The Teenage Witch movie. Don't ask no questions I've got no answers I've never felt this way before We've both got others. Help please! It has kind of a classic rock vibe in the sound of triumph or Aldo nova. It was a minor hit. The best way to describe it is the beginning has some laser type sounds in it. Please I need a help, looking for a song that have a lyrics of your loyalty fade when I was broke The rapper have some kind of deadlock. Hey can u help me please. Please help. I'm seriously looking for a song lyrics goes like: I wasn't looking when you walking by pass by , nobody was looking when I smile Something like this.
I'm looking for an EDM song that goes like "bounce to the rhythm, bounce bounce to the rhythm, kick the floor, let it rock, let it rock". Later on, he also says something like "people in the back". Can anyone help me? Pleaseee can anyone helpppp?? I'm looking for a song for a long time now and I just can't find it.
Thank you for sharing these very deep thoughts! Love is the heart's expression of our soul. Ernesto from Hawaii Maui That's true love is everything and that person who love someone else like us example someone falling in love with you that feeling like when heart is bepin that pressure and love comes buetyful things Reply.
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The word love is much wider than just the feeling for one person. There are different kinds of love.
But love is patient, unselfish, giving, forgiving, unconditional but with healthy boundaries. True love doesn't heart others and self love does not allow others to keep hurting self. Love matures with time and there is always room to love others without discrimination. The true love is the platonic one. Has no damage upon anything you engaged in love with.
In love eyes don't see but heart does. What saddens me greatly is watching my friends hunting for husband or wife because the so called "clock is ticking" By the age of 31 I have witnessed so many weddings where I set there wanting to get up and scream "no" "stop" "do you not see that neither one of you don't even respect each other. No 1 time from the bride 2 be i heard "I love him it makes my day when I do little things 4 him that put a smile on his face" instead I hear "I'm use to him, he is not so bad, he has a good job etc.
When i talked my male friends not once not ever did i heard I love to see how happy she is when I make her breakfast in the morning. Instead I heard "she is not that bad it's time 2 settle down have kids etc. Then comes divorce. Our society sets the norm almost a must "get married, have kids" no where in that "norm" love plays a role. Yes, the biological clock is a factor! So much for gender equity! I agree with this but I also got married to someone I loved very much and we still had to get divorced because of other reasons.
The emotion and respect piece of love is still there So there is something to be said for finding someone who can be a good partner for building a home and family. Love can grow. One way to get a sense of why love should matter so much, why it might be considered close to the meaning of life, is to look at the challenges of loneliness. Too often, we leave the topic of loneliness unmentioned: those without anyone to hold feel shame; those with someone a background degree of guilt.
But the pains of loneliness are an unembarrassing and universal possibility.
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Unwittingly, loneliness gives us the most eloquent insights into why love should matter so much. There are few greater experts on the importance of love than those who are bereft of anyone to love. It's a shame we all want love but so few know what it is! If the love you feel isn't unconditional then is it really Love? Do you love someone who irritates you or makes you angry even if at other times they can make you laugh? If you can imagine life without them do you still love them?? Codependency is not conducive to love. Love is keeping your own commitments and writing daily about just one instance that you enjoyed daily.
If you have a relationship, you'll be granted with a glass. That glass is used on how much you've done on your relationship. You put sand whenever you encounter the best memories of your relationship. This quote below describes of what love is. But if that relationship ends, that glass will break causing sand to pour out of the glass. No matter how hard you try to stitch it up it'll never be fix.
However if you did fix it, it doesn't matter because there are aplenty of sand that poured out. The excess sand represents thorns in your heart, no matter how hard you try to forget about the person It'll always prick you forever. I think this is very beautiful this describes love perfectly. My father died when I was a few months old, and my mom remarried four years later. My step-father adopted me. And I was brought up with all the love and understanding a kid could ask for.
Thanks to Biotex clinic I have my little brother now. My adoptive father was always extremely understanding of my loss. When he adopted me, he insisted I keep my father's surname. He took me to memorial services on my biological dad's birthday. When I was sixteen, told my adoptive dad that he didn't have to do all those things anymore. He is the only father I have ever known, and I love him unconditionally.
I told him he didn't have to do homage to the memory of a man he never knew. He said, "I want to remember him for your mot Reply. What is true love I am confused because love is something we should not take in return and other side is actio. What is it done. Is it an action or getting in return or waiting to get same love expect same love what we give Wow So in order to know we feel it we then act on it by being loving in a certain way that makes so much sense.
Here's a great tip! Enter your email address to get our weekly email with fresh, exciting and thoughtful content that will enrich your inbox and your life. No Thanks. Subscribe Subscribe. Subscribe to Essay. Ask the Rabbi. Chabad Locator Find. Tools Directory of Tools:. I wanted an American name for him that expressed the complexities of our America. This genealogy gestures at the greatness of America and the horror of it as well, the democracy as well as the slavery.
Some Americans like to believe that the greatness has succeeded the horror, but to me, the greatness and the horror exist simultaneously, as they have from the very beginning of our American history and perhaps to its end. A name like Ellison compresses the beauty and the brutality of America into seven letters, a summation of despair and hope. My first name is that of the Vietnamese people, whose patriotic mythology says we have suffered for centuries to be independent and free.
And yet today Vietnam, while being independent, is hardly free. I could never go back to Vietnam for good, because I could never be a writer there and say the things I say without being sent to prison. The current Administration is threatening even naturalized citizens with denaturalization and deportation. Perhaps it is not so far-fetched to imagine that one day someone like me, born in Vietnam, might be sent back to Vietnam, despite having made more out of myself than many native-born Americans. If so, I would not take my son with me. Vietnam is not his country.
America is his country, and perhaps he will know for it a love that will be less complicated and more intuitive than mine. That does not mean they did not love me. They loved me so much that they worked themselves to exhaustion in their new America. I hardly ever got to see them. When I did, they were too tired to be joyful. Still, no matter how weary they were, they always made dinner, even if dinner was often just boiled organ meat.
I grew up on intestine, tongue, tripe, liver, gizzard and heart. But I was never hungry. The memory of that visceral love, expressed in sacrifice, is in the marrow of my bones. A word or a tone can make me feel the deepness of that love, as happened to me when I overheard a conversation one day in my neighborhood drugstore in Los Angeles. The man next to me was Asian, not handsome, plainly dressed. He spoke southern Vietnamese on his cell phone.
Con an com chua? But when he spoke to his child in Vietnamese, his voice was very tender. What he said cannot be translated. It can only be felt. This is your father. Have you eaten rice yet? I grew up with these customs, these emotions, these intimacies, and when I heard this man say this to his child, I almost cried. This is how I know that I am still Vietnamese, because my history is in my blood and my culture is my umbilical cord.
Even if my Vietnamese is imperfect, which it is, I am still connected to Vietnam and to Vietnamese refugees worldwide.
And yet, when I was growing up, some Vietnamese Americans would tell me I was not really Vietnamese because I did not speak perfect Vietnamese. That is how I feel the love of country for Vietnam, which is one of my countries, and that is how I feel my Vietnamese self. So it is that every day I ask my son if he has eaten yet and every day I tell my son I love him.
This is how love of country and love of family do not differ. Most Americans will not feel what I feel when they hear the Vietnamese language, but they feel the love of country in their own ways. Perhaps they feel that deep, emotional love when they see the flag or hear the national anthem. I admit that those symbols mean little to me, because they divide as much as unify.