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Amazing - Aerosmith

  I kept the right ones out And let the wrong ones in Had an angel of mercy to see me through all my sins There were times in my life When I was goin' insane Tryin' to walk through The pain When I lost my grip And I hit the floor Yeah,I thought I could leave but couldn't get out the door I was so sick and tired Of livin' a lie I was wishin that I Would die [Chorus:] It's Amazing With the blink of an eye you finally see the light It's Amazing When the moment arrives that you know you'll be alright It's Amazing And I'm sayin' a prayer for the desperate hearts tonight That one last shot's a Permanent Vacation And how high can you fly with broken wings? Life's a journey not a destination And I just can't tell just what tomorrow brings You have to learn to crawl Before you learn to walk But I just couldn't listen to all that righteous talk, oh yeah I was out on the street, Just tryin' to survive Scratchin' to stay Alive

"Tear In Your Hand" - Tori Amos

All the world just stopped now So you say you don't wanna stay together anymore Let me take a deep breath babe If you need me Me and Neil'll be hangin' out with the dream king Neil says hi By the way I don't believe you're leaving Cause me and Charles Manson like the same ice cream I think it's that girl And I think they're pieces of me you've never seen Maybe she's just pieces of me you've never seen well All the world is all I am The black of the blackest ocean And the tear in your hand All the world is danging... Dangling'...Danglin' for me darlin' You don't know the power that you have With that tear in your hand Tear in you hand Maybe I ain't used to maybes Smashing in a cold room Cutting my hands up every time I touch you Maybe maybe it's time to wave goodbye now Time to wave goodbye now Caught a ride with the moon I know I know you well Better than I Used to haze all clouded up My mind in the daze of why it

Holding on...?

Sarah McLachlan - Hold On Hold on Hold on to yourself For this is gonna hurt like hell Hold on Hold on to yourself You know that only time will tell What is it in me that refuses to believe This isn’t easier than the real thing My love You know that you’re my best friend You know I’d do anything for you My love Let nothing come between us My love for you is strong and true Am I in heaven here or am i... At the crossroads I am standing So now you’re sleeping peaceful I lie awake and pray That you’ll be strong tomorrow and we’ll See another day and we will praise it And love the light that brings a smile Across your face Oh God if you’re out there won’t you hear me I know that we’ve never talked before Oh God the man I love is leaving Won’t you take him when he comes to your door Am I in heaven here or am I in hell At the crossroads I am standing So now you’re sleeping peaceful I lie awake and pray That you’ll be strong tomorrow and we’ll See another day and we will praise it And lov

Men Are Like Rubber Bands

I know I am YEARS late but I have only recently discovered the much acclaimed book, Men are From Mars and Women are From Venus. I know that it reached the peak of its hype many years ago and for that reason, maybe, I didn't really feel inclined to read it. I have this aversion to jumping into the bandwagon when it suits me, you know. Anyhow, my sister lent it to me last weekend and I have been reading several chapters each night before I went to bed. Last night I was reading about men being similar to rubber bands - that they have moments wherein the have to pull away and be by themselves.  Women should respect this need and let them go as they would always come back - better than they were before.  I don't know if I am interpreting this correctly but I realized that when Jer wants to go out and drink - not always with me, though he doesn't seem to mind when I go -  it's probably this stretching process at work.  I just need to learn to let go. And I did last night

At A Loss

Someone once told me that when you find yourself at a loss for words when writing, it may be that what you are feeling is too hard for you to face. It may be that what you are thinking is too frightening for you to see in black and white. You may not be ready to see your thoughts translated into something as tangible as written work. "You are screaming inside but you can't be heard." - Sarah McLachlan