Catch a star

Across the waterfall, that falls from the sky,
We see terror, in the collective eye,
But we treat nature, like it’s exitance is a fopaux,
Can’t even catch a wish, from a star,

We let the thunder, fall down to earth,
We let our pockets, determine our worth,
We let the preachers, hide their sins away,
We let it all fall aside, as we look in fear the other way,

So help me catch a star,
Send it to some one afar,
So help me catch a star,
Let’s see if we can heal a scar,

I see the fire, swimming across the trees,
I see children, no one answernig their pleas,
The streets violence, is drawing more to the fight,
The streets violence, is drawing more to the night,

So help me catch a star,
Send it to some one afar,
So help me catch a star,
Let’s see if we can heal a scar,

Across the waterfall, that falls from the sky,
We see terror, in the collective eye,
But we treat nature, like it’s exitance is a fopaux,
Can’t even catch a wish, from a star,

So help me catch a star,
Send it to some one afar,
So help me catch a star,
Let’s see if we can heal a scar,

Fight Through

When the days never seem to end,
And our hearts no one can mend,
Like a water valve with no release,
Like refugees who know no peace,

We try to fight through,
We try to fight through,

Summer days now filled with rain,
Forests are now turned to plains,
With children’s bodies burnt into earth,
Wondering what is a human life worth,

Yet we fight through,
We try to fight through,
Just to breathe,
We try to fight through,

They take us away,
So we can be caged,
They take us away,
But we still fight through,
We try to fight through,

We try to fight through,
We try to fight through,
Just to breathe,
We try to fight through,

They take us away,
So we can be caged,
They take us away,
But we still fight through,
We try to fight through,

We try to fight through,
We try to fight through,
Just to breathe,
We try to fight through,

Brownlow medal best tips:

With Judd such a short price I’d look outside and try and pick up the roughies who could enter the top 5 (place betting). My tips for them are:
N. Dal Santo = $7.60 for place, $34.00 for win.
Great end to the season, also look for him to beat Swan and Ablett and take out the Possession Junkies group, going at $11
J. Kelly = $14.20 place, $67.00 win.
Good solid year, clearly most consistent of the cats.
M. Priddis = $26 place, $126 win.
Another good year. Leading Cox for most Brownlow votes from WC, however behind him in the overall, go figure. Also probably to beat out Boyd and Mitchell for the in the trenches group, paying $9.

Next where all the real value for money, the groups and Club voting.
First the best of the groups.
As previously mentioned Nicky Dal and Priddis to take out their groups.
Then in rebound kings look for Birchall at $8 and Scotland at $3. Go for the one that drops best just before.
For the Finishers group A, it’s Steve J all the way. So pay cash or credit for his crazy high price at $4.25.
Finally in rising stars there’s been a large drop on Luke shuey down to $1.22. So jump on Heppell as his price has moved up to a flat $5.

Lastly the Team votes:
Adelaide, Brisbane, GC, Hawthorn, St Kilda, Sydney and the dogs have no value as the favourites are too short and too good. But:
Carlton:
M. Murphy at $4 to pinch it from Judd.
Coll:
Swan at $2.85, also strangely Neon Leon at $126. He’s got long odds but has had a stellar year and my gut says it will reflect in the votes.
Essendon:
This is my team and my favourite tip of the Brownlow.
S. Crameri at $101. Massive odds I know however he has been the best player in every Essendon win, after Wato’s injury in round 8.
Also got the most votes by an Essendon player in the commentators MVP.
Only thing that will go against him majorly is if the umpires don’t notice him because it’s his first real year playing consistently in the AFL.
Freo:
Risky one this one but Big Sandi at $14.
Had a great start and might just hang on against Fyfe in the finish.
Geelong:
Kelly at $6, can’t go wrong.
Melb:
C. Sylvia at $13, moloney great year but Sylvia no slouch either, plus more dynamic player.
North:
Big T. Goldstein at $17. Big problem with this one is that Ruckman don’t usually poll well for the Charlie. Luke Darcy in 2002 a prime example. However he should have been in the AA and is the only one to give D. Cox a run for his money in the Ruck Group.
Port:
Certainty this one. J Westhoff $2.70 second favourite to Boak, who is generally terrible, no idea what the bookies are on. But jump on this with fixed odds quick. Price will plummet.
Rich:
Deledio is an off chance at $13 but my money would be on Cotchin with $2 flat.
WC:
Cox at $2.40. I’ve gone priddis earlier but this is a good safety bet in case votes don’t fall Matty’s way.

That’s all guys. So I’ll leave you with wishing you good luck and I hope you back a winner.

Twist and turn

Today could be the last time for you,
When we’re influenced its all new,
The bright perfection as it burns away,
Like I said it could be the last time today,

So,
Light it up come on son,
Twist and turn it breeds more fun,
Light it up come on son,
Twist and turn it breeds more fun,
Light it up come on son,
Twist and turn it breeds more fun,

The preacher takes you and has his say,
Thinking you’ll listen to doing it his way,
Controlling you through aimless threats,
He thinks he’s better but he soon forgets,

So,
Light it up come on son,
Twist and turn it breeds more fun,
Light it up come on son,
Twist and turn it breeds more fun,
Light it up come on son,
Twist and turn it breeds more fun

One more twist and its up in smoke,
Can’t people get that it’s all a joke,
The rats dance and fall by the side,
Selfish people make you try to hide,

So one last time we,
Light it up come on son,
Twist and turn it breeds more fun,
Light it up come on son,
Twist and turn it breeds more fun,
Light it up come on son,
Twist and turn it breeds more fun

Lazy Day

It seems that, these days go,
Before they start,
But waking up, with you,
Makes everything alright,
The shuffles on, and we both,
Have a summer pipe,
With no more, empty thoughts,
Fading into the night,

It’s a lazy day, with nothing to do,
So let me hide away, inside of you,
I’m all spaced, and you’re the perfect view,
So let me hide away, inside of you,

The TV’s on, playing a show,
With no sound,
Just you and me, mindlessly,
We both fall down,
So let me breathe, into your,
Beautiful mind,
While you search me, and see,
What you can find,

It’s a lazy day, with nothing to do,
So let me hide away, inside of you,
I’m all spaced, and you’re the perfect view,
So let me hide away, inside of you

It’s a lazy day, with nothing to do,
So let me hide away, inside of you,
I’m all spaced, and you’re the perfect view,
So let me hide away, inside of you

Tonight

Yell out loud, make me bleed,
There’s no need to be discreet,
Curse my soul, curse my name,
Tell the world who’s to blame,

Pull my hair, bite my lip,
We aren’t at the best part yet,
Howl at the moon, destroy the place,
Just don’t look away from my face,

This world is ours cant you see,
It belongs to you and me,

And I aint gonna calm down tonight,
I’m taking all that’s in, your, mind,
And I aint gonna calm down tonight,
There’s still more I need to find,

The next day, when I’m alone,
My bodies just an empty clone,
Of some one else, that you don’t know,
A silent escape from the to and throw,

I let you rest, there’s no more heat,
No more life and no more me,
Empty shelves, an empty life,
The day after we both cried,

This world is ours cant you see,
It belongs to you and me,

And I aint gonna calm down tonight,
I’m taking all that’s in, your, mind,
And I aint gonna calm down tonight,
There’s still more I need to find,
And I aint gonna calm down tonight,
I’m taking all that’s in, your, mind,
And I aint gonna calm down tonight,
There’s still more I need to find,

Disconnected

Broken is a human, who is disconnected,
From one personality to another they are affected,
They are struck down by thoughts lamenting,
While others show that passion is in the resenting,
For to know one who truly understands themselves,
Let alone someone who can in others will delve,
Is a rarity that we can no longer afford,
One that in hindsight we know now we should of stored,
But in thoughts of the past I do digress,
Trying to escape thoughts of the present which I resist,
For broken is a human, who is disconnected,
So I hold on to only a few lives of mine I have selected.