I witnessed the loss in the great parking lot Cold blue covered the sky I'd seen it before outside the chapel door Maybe i just needed more. The radio sparked and a voice came through singing; "I, I can see you" I'd heard it before on a coastal shore Drifting from a boatshed doorway. Take what you need to take Baby, don't hesitate Don't let them keep you down. Pay it no mind at all Climb up another wall I know that you'll be around. Someone to help me come down
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Ask Me A –Ed Hardin Written By – ayeWritten-By – Baum, Giant, Modugno, Kaye. Pay It No Mind Written-By – Bergen.
Pay no mind It takes time What's that you say. Down the hall I heard a song Who knows Drifting away. Baby at night when I look at you Nothing in this world keeps me confused All it takes, look in your eyes. All of me Is to tow the waste What's that you say It's going away. It's painful but You do what you must Takes time to know. Who knows if there're roses in heaven Let go of that empty feeling Not dumber just a little bit older Kiss of love couldn't be much. Victoria Legrand said this song is a signature moment of their new collaborator Peter Kember, . Sonic Boom, who worked on the production of this album: That comet sounds that happens. That’s the kind of thing he contributed.
Tom: C The guitar on the album is a little bit off standard tuning, so you'll probably have to retune if you want to play along. I think it sounds better to tune the whole guitar down a whole step so you can play the F-Eb-D in open position (as G-F-E ). tonight the city is full of whores and all the toilets are overflowing there's shopping malls coming. out of the walls as we walk out among the manure that's why I pay no mind give the finger to the rock and roll singer as he's dancing upon your paycheck the sales.
By putting pay it no mind in her name it deterred the public from asking the question she hated to receive. Marsha was an eccentric woman who was known for her exotic hats and jewelry which stood out to the public and attracted attention to her. When she was wearing these items or any female clothing she was Marsha P. Johnson. But there were times when she went back to her male persona of Malcolm. As Robert Heide, an acquaintance of Marsha, explains, He sometimes saw a demon emerge especially when she was in her male persona of Malcolm. She lived in New York City’s Greenwich Village from 1966 until her death in 1992. Marsha was devoted to the alternative lifestyle she lived and the support of others who wanted to live their lives that way. Acceptance was not always easy to come by even living in the socially liberal part of the largest city in the United States.
it no mind completely forgot about these pix but eh why not post em is from back before I got the jackets in the mail weheheh my waifu did my make-up don't know shit about make-up and prefer not to wear it sooooo why I don't wear it in the gifs. maybe some day I'll make a few gifs w/ proper make-up and all that shiz pix what else to tag it as agh junk.