But I DoNow, Now
We can keep in touch if that’s what you want,
You can call me too if that’s what friends do.
It’s not more than one, if that’s what you thought.
You’d say I don’t have the time for you,
But I do.
I could stay inside if that’s what you want
I won’t say a word for a day or two.
When I’m in my room I know what to do about you.
I can sleep,
When I get home I am kept from everyone in the house
I’ll walk down the hall where you have gone
To feel the way it felt again.
I am what you need when you can’t find it somewhere else.
I am what you want when you don’t have anything else.
“Is it Delena time yet? Look. It's a show about a love triangle, and Damon and Elena are going to give it the ol' college try eventually. So can it just happen now? All of the Damon-can-teach-Elena-to-be-a-better-vampire exposition is getting a little bit tired, and we're only three episodes into the season. It was hard to watch that scene in his bedroom this week, because at this point, she's just torturing him. There's no excuse for her lingering in his room while he stripped when she knows how he feels about her. There's really no excuse for her to be asking him for anything -- be it bourbon or a murder weapon -- when she knows how he feels about her. And yet, she does. It's got to come to a climax soon or she's going to continue to be inexcusable. Luckily, next week's episode looks to be a turning point for that relationship, as Elena has finally accepted Damon's offer to guide her through the fun parts of being a vampire. (You'd think she'd have realized before now that he's always reliable, but we'll forgive her slowness now that she's finally enlightened.) I think a lot of fans' patience is about to pay off. ”—Carina MacKenzie (x)
Big ParadeThe Lumineers
The Lumineers || Big Parade
catholic priest in a crisis.
He’s torn between romance and jesus,
who will win the civil war?
And he says I’m in love,
I’m in love with a woman.
Yea this is my confession,
I’m leaving, I can’t a priest anymore.