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One more light – Linkin Park lyrics

If a moment is all we are
Or quicker, quicker
Who cares if one more light goes out? If a moment is all we are
Or quicker, quicker
Who cares if one more light goes out? Linkin Park lyrics
Video light The reminders, pull the floor from your feet
In the kitchen, one more chair than you need, oh
And you’re angry, and you should be, it’s not fair
Just ’cause you can’t see it, doesn’t mean it, isn’t there. Who cares if one more liiight goes out? In the sky of a million stars
It flickers, flickers
Who cares when someone’s time runs out? If they say
Who cares if one more liiight goes out? In the sky of a million stars
It flickers, flickers
Who cares when someone’s time runs out? In the sky of a million stars
It flickers, flickers
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Who cares when someone’s time runs out? Well I do. Well I do
Well I dooo. If a moment is all we are
Or quicker, quicker
Who cares if one more liiight goes out? If they say
Who cares if one more light goes out? Well I do.
Can I help you, not to hurt, anymore? Lyrics Linkin Park – One more light
Should’ve stayed, were there signs, I ignored? We saw brilliance, when the world, was asleep
There are things that we can have, but can’t keep.(one more light)

Hum with me – John de Sohn lyrics

Just hum with me
Til the morning comes
Just hum with meee
So I can hear you
Just hum with meee
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Til the morning comes
Just hum with meee. Baby, put your tries to me
Like I tries to you
Til the tide has come
Baby, reach out for the sun
Never turn around, until the love is gone. Hum with meee
Hum with meee. Just hum with meee
Til the morning comes
Just hum with meee
So I can hear you
Just hum with meee
Til the morning comes
Just hum with meee. John de Sohn lyrics
Video me
Lyrics John de Sohn – Hum with me
Baby, do you belive in me
Because I believe in you
Until the tide has come
Baby, do you belive in me
Becasue I belive in you
Until the love is gone.(hum with me)

Pay her – Rico Recklezz lyrics

Chilling with a dancer and I love the way she shake.(pay her) Uninvited guest can’t even make it past versuri-lyrics.info
The gate call me but might not answer cause I’m busy travelling stares. Lyrics Rico Recklezz – Pay her
I can’t keep no h*e
Cause every b*tch gone get replaced
Gucci shirt, the only time that I f*ck with the snakes
Got more stripes then Tony and My Chain on frosted flake. And I’, smoking gas Lil H*o better pump yo brake.
(x2)
Rico Recklezz lyrics
Video her Started throwing money, she said I didn’t had to pay her.

Take me away – Shy Glizzy lyrics

It’s a war, started outside
Don’t wanna talk about it, but somebody might die
Ain’t wanna tell you ’bout it, ’cause I know you might cry
Girl, don’t you ever doubt me, no, just look me in my eyes
Her love is in the air, so I might f*ckin’ skydive
They took my dawg away, didn’t f*ckin’ survive
Now I’m livin’ for today, that chopper ride when I ride
If these streets take me away, a real nigga, I die. It’s a war, started outside
Don’t wanna talk about it, but somebody might die
Ain’t wanna tell you ’bout it, ’cause I know you might cry
Girl, don’t you ever doubt me, no, just look me in my eyes
Her love is in the air, so I might f*ckin’ skydive
They took my dawg away, didn’t f*ckin’ survive
Now I’m livin’ for today, that chopper ride when I ride
If these streets take me away, a real nigga, I die. A real nigga, I die
If these streets take me away, a real nigga, I die
Yeah, real nigga, I die
If these streets take me away, a real nigga, I dieee. A real nigga, I die
If these streets take me away, a real nigga, I die
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If these streets take me away, a real nigga, I die. Video away Shy Glizzy lyrics. That money alright, I don’t need me a friend
We took a loss, now we eatin’ again
She came back in my life, now she leavin’ again
This is real life, I don’t need me a pen
Pull up in a Benz and them b*tches get in
Don’t f*ck with fake niggas, I’m realer than them
Triller than them, iller than them
I make the game pull a trigger on them
I don’t trust these b*tches, these b*tches is scandalous
Really been f*ckin’ these h**s since an amateur
She suck my d*ck while I count it up, count it up
I load the clip while she roll up the cannibus
You want a feature, go talk to my manager
Come with my chopper, don’t pull out no cameras
You gave me your heart and I’m sorry I damage it
Baby I’m right here, look at me, I ran it up.
Lyrics Shy Glizzy – Take me away
Niggas wasn’t from my block, I went to war for them
And you can f*ck an ex, they’re outside, never forfeit them
Guess what? I don’t need no G pass
b*tch you see the way I’m trippin’, tell me do you need swag? You say you that nigga, but nobody don’t believe that.(take me away) Today I f*cked some new h**s, I was gorgin’ them
The same h**s that used to play, now let the door hit ’em
Forever Tre-7, that’s what made me
I thank God for this music, that’s what’s savin’ me
I bet I’ll make that b*tch regret it that she played with me
It ain’t nothin’ but a G thing, baby
Nothin’ but a G thing, pull up in my G-Wagon
Nigga, where your hood at?

After day of confusion, spokeswoman confirms Tom Petty has died at 66

Officer Tony Im said he could not rule out that someone in the department spoke to reporters, but said the LAPD has no investigative role in the matter. (1/2)The LAPD has no information about the passing of singer Tom Petty. Both CBS and Variety now cite TMZ reporting that says Petty is “clinging to life” after suffering cardiac arrest. Maybe they can’t help it: Petty essentially is classic rock music. CBS News also released a statement maintaining that it “reported information obtained officially from the LAPD about Tom Petty.”
“The LAPD later said it was not in a position to confirm information about the singer,” the statement said. But the 66-year-old entertainer was still clinging to life, and news outlets that announced his death Monday retracted their stories later Monday. In an interview with Rolling Stone, Petty said that the tour, which marked the band’s 40th anniversary, would likely be the band’s last. Petty’s manager did not respond to emails and phone calls seeking comment Monday. The musician reportedly suffered cardiac arrest https://t.co/GHLs4k1Ivo pic.twitter.com/2QeHxOSppj
— CBS News (@CBSNews) October 2, 2017

The confusion started with CBS News and the Los Angeles Police Department. Courtney Love, Talib Kweli, Kid Rock, Cyndi Lauper, Paul Stanley and Lin-Manuel Miranda were among scores of fans posting remembrances on Twitter, where Petty was the top worldwide trending topic Monday afternoon. For several hours earlier in the day, music lovers believed the Heartbreakers frontman had died after reports he had been hospitalized. <>(L-R) Benmont Tench, Tom Petty, Mike Campbell, Ron Blair of Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers perform at Red Rocks Amphitheatre on September 30, 2014, in Morrison, Colorado. “Mary Jane’s Last Dance” came in the first 10 minutes, followed soon after by “You Don’t Know How It Feels” and “Won’t Back Down.” They were a prelude to one of Petty’s biggest hits and the night’s emotional crest: An acoustic sing-a-long of “Learnin’ To Fly.” Petty let the crowd handle the last few runs at the chorus, shaping us into an eerily beautiful choral society. Initial information was inadvertantly provided to some media sources
— LAPD HQ (@LAPDHQ) October 2, 2017

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Tom Petty, rock legend known for “Breakdown,” “Free Fallin’” and other hits, dies at 66

An LAPD spokesman said in an interview Monday that its spokespeople did not respond to any incident involving Petty. A memorial was scheduled for his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. To see him on stage is to see the radio come to life. Tom Petty, legendary rocker, is dead at 66. To be sure, he delivered a roughly two-hour set dominated by hit after hit. From our review of that concert:
First, you can hear the influence he’s had on more contemporary bands like Wilco and the Strokes in his singles (sometimes, very conspicuously). CBS and Variety amended their stories. The Walk of Fame tribute was canceled. A report that the LAPD confirmed the singer's death is inaccurate https://t.co/bh8sqdvEw9 pic.twitter.com/drKY64eG1z
— TMZ (@TMZ) October 2, 2017

Coroner’s officials said Monday they have not received a report of Petty’s death. UPDATE At this time, Tom's still clinging to life. Then the LAPD issued a statement saying it has no information on Petty’s condition and that “initial information was inadvertently provided to some media sources.”
“We apologize for any inconvenience in this reporting,” the department said. Fire officials have said they responded to an emergency call for a man experiencing cardiac arrest on the block where Petty lives in Malibu on Sunday night, but could not confirm it was the rocker who was taken to a local hospital. Petty’s most recent performances in Colorado came earlier this year, when Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers played two nights at Red Rocks Amphitheatre on May 29 and 30. (Daniel Petty, The Denver Post)

LOS ANGELES (AP) — After confusion in the media, a spokeswoman confirmed late Monday that rock legend Tom Petty has died at 66. In May 2016, Petty performed with Mudcrutch, his first band, at the 1,600-person Ogden Theatre in support the band’s second album, “2.” See our photos from the evening here. Gazing up at the crescent moon hung over the park, it all felt as on-the-nose and immediately nostalgic as the song’s corny music video. CBS published Petty’s obituary after tweeting that the LAPD had confirmed his death. The rock frontman ran through a career-retrospective set on the first night, pulling from his deep well of hits over the course of roughly two hours. As ubiquitous as the FM dial is in his songs — “Runnin’ Down A Dream” and “You Wreck Me,” for starters, which came on either side of the encore divide on Monday night — Petty has lived in all of the radios of our lives, even in the age of the algorithm playlist. The trade paper Variety followed, citing an unnamed source confirming the rocker’s death.

Tom Petty, rock legend known for “Breakdown,” “Free Fallin'” and other hits, dies at 66

Other labels turned down the group, which then disbanded. 17 at the KaaBoo Music Festival in Del Mar, Calif., en route to the homecoming shows at the Bowl on Sept. He was great performer, full of the light, a friend, and I’ll never forget him.”
Petty and his mates distilled a signature sound that was as influenced as much by The Byrds as the Beatles, with the swagger of the Rolling Stones and some doses of Muddy Waters, B.B. The biggest included: “Damn the Torpedoes” from 1979, “Hard Promises” in 1981, “The Last DJ” in 2002, and “Mojo” in 2010. Petty and his cohorts rejuvenated a more stripped-down, passion-filled, elemental form of rock ‘n’ roll that they had soaked up in the ’50s and ’60s, and which manifested in nearly 30 singles that made Billboard’s Hot 100 sales ranking. “Like the best of the Rolling Stones, Petty’s music gains with repeated playing,” Hilburn wrote. It’s the strongest dose of pure, mainstream rock by an American band since Aerosmith’s ‘Rocks.’ ”
The debut album peaked at No. 55 in Billboard. <>(L-R) Benmont Tench, Tom Petty, Mike Campbell, Ron Blair of Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers perform at Red Rocks Amphitheatre on September 30, 2014, in Morrison, Colorado. PT surrounded by family, his bandmates and friends. “It’s shocking, crushing news,” his longtime friend and collaborator Bob Dylan said. It concluded Sept. “Mary Jane’s Last Dance” came in the first 10 minutes, followed soon after by “You Don’t Know How It Feels” and “Won’t Back Down.” They were a prelude to one of Petty’s biggest hits and the night’s emotional crest: An acoustic sing-a-long of “Learnin’ To Fly.” Petty let the crowd handle the last few runs at the chorus, shaping us into an eerily beautiful choral society. In a risky but ultimately successful legal gambit, he declared bankruptcy, which nullified old contracts. Along the way, they were invited to stop at the Tulsa, Okla., offices of Shelter Records, where they made a few recordings before continuing on to L.A. He carved out a niche as one of rock’s most beloved figures, respected by both peers and fans. Maybe they can’t help it: Petty essentially is classic rock music. They began working on new songs, and recorded what would be released in 1976 as their debut album, “Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers.”
One of the earliest supporters of the act was the Los Angeles Times’ then-pop music critic Robert Hilburn, who initially wrote a qualified endorsement of the album: “It’s all in the formative stage, but promising.”
After spending more time with it, and going to see the group perform in San Francisco, Hilburn took an unusual step for a major media critic — he gave it a second, much more enthusiastic review, which longtime manager Tony Dimitriades said helped to galvanize industry interest. The family’s spokeswoman, publicist Carla Sacks, released this statement Monday night: “On behalf of the Tom Petty family, we are devastated to announce the untimely death of our father, husband, brother, leader and friend Tom Petty. Songs such as “Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around,” featuring Fleetwood Mac singer-songwriter Stevie Nicks, “Don’t Do Me Like That,” “Free Fallin’,” “Listen To Her Heart,” “The Waiting,” and “Learning to Fly” quickly became staples of Top 40 and FM radio playlists. “It was the greatest moment in my experience, really.”
After the Sundowners, he played in the Epics, which evolved into Mudcrutch, a blues-R&B-rock-soul group that included guitarists Mike Campbell and Tom Leadon, keyboardist Benmont Tench III, drummer Randall Marsh and Petty, then playing bass. As the recording got underway, Shelter Records hit financial hard times and the company’s assets and artist roster was transferred lock, stock and barrel to parent company MCA Records. In 1975, Shelter released a debut single from Mudcrutch, “Depot City,” which quickly flopped. Reportedly found unconscious at his Malibu home on Sunday night, Petty was rushed to UCLA’s Santa Monica hospital in full cardiac arrest and died Monday at 66. “I just didn’t understand how you got to be one. No services have been announced. Petty had a difficult relationship with his father, and cited a particularly brutal beating he received at age 5 that stayed with him for life. 9, 1964, on “The Ed Sullivan Show” had an equally galvanizing effect. Related Articles

After day of confusion, spokeswoman confirms Tom Petty has died at 66

The group churned out hit album after hit album as well. Petty’s death was a shock to fans and friends alike. 10, and another tour was organized. To see him on stage is to see the radio come to life. In August, a case of laryngitis forced him to postpone some performances on the 40th anniversary tour. The big breakthrough came with the Heartbreakers’ introduction to an engineer who would become one of the entertainment world’s biggest movers and shakers. He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2002, along with the Heartbreakers, collecting three Grammy Awards and 18 nominations over the years. Mudcrutch threw what little resources they had together, piled in a couple of vehicles and headed west. In an interview with Rolling Stone, Petty said that the tour, which marked the band’s 40th anniversary, would likely be the band’s last. 2, 30 years into the band’s career.)
Petty also recorded several successful solo albums, which often included most or all members of the Heartbreakers performing. In May 2016, Petty performed with Mudcrutch, his first band, at the 1,600-person Ogden Theatre in support the band’s second album, “2.” See our photos from the evening here. A cause has not been announced. Though couched as a cautionary note to a romantic rival, the song “Listen to Her Heart,” from the group’s 1978 sophomore album “You’re Gonna Get It,” was also an allegory about the music industry forces Petty felt were attempting to subvert the music he loved. 8 in Billboard, an honorable valedictory performance. 3, followed by “Wildflowers” in 1994 and “Highway Companion” in 2006. “I thought the world of Tom. “Why would we quit?” he said. How did you suddenly have a mohair suit and an orchestra? His first, 1989’s “Full Moon Fever,” reached No. The reunited quintet went on a limited tour in small-scale theaters, which Petty, Campbell and Tench said was a liberating change from the large-scale facilities the Heartbreakers were used to playing, and recorded a second album last year, “Mudcrutch 2,” peaking at No. From our review of that concert:
First, you can hear the influence he’s had on more contemporary bands like Wilco and the Strokes in his singles (sometimes, very conspicuously). They also took note of what happened when Leadon’s older brother — multi-instrumentalist Bernie Leadon — had abandoned Gainesville for Los Angeles: After playing with the influential country-rock group the Flying Burrito Brothers, he was invited to join a new group blending country and rock elements called the Eagles. 23 in 1978. As ubiquitous as the FM dial is in his songs — “Runnin’ Down A Dream” and “You Wreck Me,” for starters, which came on either side of the encore divide on Monday night — Petty has lived in all of the radios of our lives, even in the age of the algorithm playlist. 21, 22 and 25. In time, the Beatles would be the map to get there.”
As with so many young music fans at the time, The Beatles’ appearance on Feb. 20, 1950, in Gainesville, Fla., the first child of Earl and Katherine “Kitty” Petty. (“Mojo” entered the chart and peaked at No. “It was very scary.”
But after several days of vocal rest, he was able to complete those shows, albeit a week late, then make a headline performance on Sept. To be sure, he delivered a roughly two-hour set dominated by hit after hit. Early on, Petty recognized the importance of writing original material, so he, Campbell and other band members tried their hands at songwriting. There, at 10 years old, he met one of his biggest musical heroes, Elvis Presley, who was starring in “Follow That Dream.”
“Within days, Petty says, he traded his slingshot for a box of 45s, many of them Presley classics,” musician and author Warren Zanes wrote in his 2015 book “Petty: The Biography.” “Elvis became a symbol of a place Tom Petty wanted to go. — Tony Dimitriades, longtime manager of Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers on behalf of the family.”
Petty had just completed an extensive tour to mark the Heartbreakers’ 40th anniversary. The rock frontman ran through a career-retrospective set on the first night, pulling from his deep well of hits over the course of roughly two hours. “Mudcrutch” reached No. “It was scary,” he told the Times last week, in one of his final interviews. 25 with a three-night homecoming stand that sold out at the Hollywood Bowl. King, and soul stirrings of Ray Charles and Sam Cooke thrown in. (Daniel Petty, The Denver Post)

LOS ANGELES — Tom Petty rode to the pinnacle of pop music stardom with his beloved and long-running rock band the Heartbreakers, born out of the ashes of a group that flopped when he brought them from Gainesville, Fla., to California in the mid-1970s. Gazing up at the crescent moon hung over the park, it all felt as on-the-nose and immediately nostalgic as the song’s corny music video. Starting from scratch, he was able to negotiate a label imprint of his own, Backstreet Records. When Petty showed up, he often said later, he quickly determined that the revised unit had potential. “When I was a kid, I would have loved to have been a rock ‘n’ roll star,” he told Zanes. Far from textbook handsome rock stars such as Elvis Presley, Paul McCartney or Bruce Springsteen, or an antihero such as Mick Jagger or Lou Reed, Petty had an everyman quality that he also brought to his songs, which often were collaborations with guitarist Campbell, who largely wrote music, leaving the lyrics to Petty. He emerged as one of the most vocal and tireless champions of artistic integrity and musical purity in the record business. Petty’s most recent performances in Colorado came earlier this year, when Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers played two nights at Red Rocks Amphitheatre on May 29 and 30. For their third album, “Damn the Torpedoes,” Jimmy Iovine took over as their producer, and the album’s creation story has become part of music industry mythology. It was on this label that he eventually released “Damn the Torpedoes,” which found the band at a new creative peak, bristling with vibrant songs including “Refugee,” “Don’t Do Me Like That,” “Here Comes My Girl,” “Even the Losers” and “Louisiana Rain.”
His batting average remained impressively high over 40 years, and he even got a couple of victory laps for Mudcrutch, which reunited in 2008 to record a proper album. Initially lumped in with the burgeoning punk rock scene, and later affiliated more with the singer-songwriter-focused new wave movement, Petty and the Heartbreakers rose to fame in 1977 with their first Top 40 single, the sultry, bluesy hit “Breakdown.”
It was a breath of fresh air amid a rising tide of “corporate rock” bands — such as Kansas, Foreigner, Bad Company and Journey — that boasted stellar musicianship but produced often faceless music. Tench landed some free recording studio time at the Village in west Los Angeles, and without money to hire other musicians, he invited Petty and Campbell, along with a couple of other musicians who’d made the cross-country trek from Florida, drummer Stan Lynch and bassist Ron Blair. But the minute I saw the Beatles on Ed Sullivan — and it’s true for thousands of us — there was a way to do it.”
One of his earliest groups was called the Sundowners, and among the first songs they learned, to perform at a local dance for teens, was Sam the Sham & the Pharoahs’ 1965 Tex-Mex party hit “Wooly Bully.”
“The first time you count four and, suddenly, rock ‘n’ roll is playing — it’s bigger than life itself,” Petty told Zanes. Two days after the final performance, he rejected reports that the 40th anniversary string of shows would be the group’s swan song. “What appeared initially to be slightly off-center and fragmented has become a strikingly seductive, expertly woven rock ‘n’ roll mosaic. “The band is playing better than ever.”
Petty survivors include his wife, Dana; two daughters, Adria and Annakim; Dana’s son, Dylan; and Petty’s younger brother, Bruce. He died peacefully at 8:40 p.m. But the pendulum swung back once again to the Heartbreakers, and in April, the group embarked on what the band members called the longest, most taxing, most lucrative and most rewarding tour of their career. Petty objected, saying he wasn’t interested in being part of such a corporate giant. For hours, multiple media outlets reported his death only to retract those reports; his death was confirmed Monday night by his family’s spokeswoman. The follow-up, “You’re Gonna Get It,” pushed the group into the Top 30, reaching as high as No. Thomas Earl Petty was born Oct. The young Petty showed little interest in school, and was more interested in watching favorite TV westerns such as “Bonanza,” “Gunsmoke” and “The Rifleman.” When an uncle facilitated a film shot in Florida, Petty’s aunt invited him to the set. He suffered cardiac arrest at his home in Malibu in the early hours of this morning and was taken to UCLA Medical Center but could not be revived. “You think you’re gonna take her away / with your money and your cocaine / You keep thinking that her mind is gonna change / But I know everything is OK / She’s gonna listen to her heart.”
The Florida-bred singer and songwriter became a member of rock music’s elite, and in the late 1980s was central in creating one of its most revered supergroups, the Traveling Wilburys, a short-lived ensemble that featured Bob Dylan, George Harrison, Roy Orbison and Jeff Lynne.