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luís soares

Blog do escritor Luís Soares

Glory Box

I'm so tired of playing

Playing with this bow and arrow

Gonna give my heart away

Leave it to the other girls to play

For I've been a temptress too long

Just...

 

Give me a reason to love you

Give me a reason to be a woman

I just wanna be a woman

 

From this time, unchained

We're all looking at a different picture

Through this new frame of mind

A thousand flowers could bloom

Move over and give us some room, yeah

 

Give me a reason to love you

Give me a reason to be a woman

I just wanna be a woman

 

So don't you stop being a man

Just take a little look

From outside when you can

Sow a little tenderness

No matter if you cry

 

Give me a reason to love you

Give me a reason to be

A woman

I just wanna be a woman

 

It's all I wanna be, is all, a woman

For this is the beginning

Of forever and ever

It's time to move over

It's all I wanna be

 

I'm so tired of playing

Playing with this bow and arrow

Gonna give my heart away

Leave it to the other girls to play

For I've been a temptress too long

Just

Give me a reason to love you

Portishead - SOS

Months ago it was reported that Portishead contributed a cover of Abba’s “SOS” to the soundtrack of Ben Wheatley’s JG Ballard adaptation High-Rise. While the song did appear in the film, it was absent from the soundtrack, confounding and disappointing fans that were looking forward to the first new recording from the band in years.

Portishead - The Rip

As she walks in the room,
Scented and tall,
Hesitating once more.
And as I take on myself,
And the bitterness I felt,
Realise that love lost, while
White horses,
They will take me away,
And the tenderness I feel,
Will send the dark underneath,
Will I follow?
Through the glory of life,
I'm scattered on the floor,
Disappointed and sore.
And in my thoughts I have bled,
For the riddles I've been fed,
Another lie moves over, while
White horses,
They will take me away,
And the tenderness I feel,
Will send the dark underneath,
Will I follow?

 

While, white horses,
They will take me away,
And the tenderness I feel,
Will send the dark underneath,
Will I follow?