Leave any light on the endless shelves Speak the pass phrase Only those with flawless elocution A mind open to betwixt and between Shall pass the warden Go through the Nyx-door Plunge into onyx darkness Within are nights that never die Without the world spins on Here only esthesis will guide you Stay as long as it pleases thee.
Can upbeat happy songs convey feelings of depression. Sure it can!
Tonight’s Saturday song is one such example. Released less than two weeks ago Falling Apart by Pegboard Nerds, Stonebank & EMEL is a happy bounce around trance anthem that I would love to dance wildly to while forgetting all my troubles!
If you can’t laugh at the darkness it will swallow you whole.
Falling Apart Lyrics
Watch my life pass me by Never knowing where I belong In the web of love and lies As you string me along and
I can’t breathe, I can’t see I’m losing sight of everything I feel the walls closing in, closing in Am I falling apart?
Oh I just wanna be free I just wanna be free I think I’m falling apart Oh I just wanna be free, free, free I’m falling apart I’m falling apart I’m falling apart I’m falling apart
I can’t breathe, I can’t see I’m losing sight of everything I feel the walls closing in, closing in
It went on to become a major hit and an iconic disco song of the 1980’s.
After reading all those idiomatic expressions about rain, raining men is no less crazy than raining old women which I found in several languages.
It’s Raining Men – Lyrics
Hi, hi we’re your weather girls Ah-huh And have we got news for you You better listen Get ready, all you lonely girls And leave those umbrellas at home Alright
Humidity is rising (uh rising), barometer’s getting low (oh low, girl) According to all sources (what sources now) The street’s the place to go (we better hurry up) ‘Cause tonight for the first time (first time) Just about half-past ten (half past ten) For the first time in history It’s gonna start raining men (start raining men)
It’s raining men, hallelujah, it’s raining men, amen I’m gonna go out to run and let myself get Absolutely soaking wet It’s raining men, hallelujah It’s raining men, every specimen Tall, blonde, dark and lean Rough and tough and strong and mean
God bless mother nature, she’s a single woman too She took off to heaven and she did what she had to do She taught every angel she rearranged the sky So that each and every woman could find her perfect guy Oh, it’s raining men, yeah Humanity’s rising (humanity’s rising) Barometer’s getting low (it’s getting low, low, low, low) According to all sources (according to all sources) The street’s the place to go ‘Cause tonight for the first time Just about half past ten For the first time in history It’s gonna start raining man (start raining men)
It’s raining men, hallelujah It’s raining men, amen It’s raining men, hallelujah It’s raining men, amen It’s raining men, hallelujah It’s raining men, amen It’s raining men, hallelujah Oh oh oh oh It’s raining men Tall, blonde, dark and lean Rough and tough and strong and mean Hallelujah it’s raining men
I hadn’t prepared a song for this week, but a recent release made the choice easy. Released on the 15th July, and one that got “haussed” as we say in Swedish. Apparently the band’s three dot logo appeared all over the place, the band members started to tag the band on social media and the press started to write about a coming song.
Up and down the city streets The place is quivering with heat Rising from the dusty concrete Undulating to the juke’s syncopated beat Everybody Chicago footworking their feet A dance where struggle liberation meets Echoing the racing heartbeats As the vocals reverse and repeat
As I mentioned in my Wednesday Re-post I have have had two hours dance workshop tonight. On my way home I took a long walk through city. To stretch tiered muscles, feel the puls of the city (haven’t been much of that for what feels like ages) and enjoy the beautiful sunset.
Few things makes me as happy as dancing.
As sunset clouds glow My mind fills with happy flow Rehearsing dance show