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Let's Just Live
Jeff Williams ft. Casey Williams
Let's Just Live

Let’s Just Live, official lyrics by Jeff Williams

“It used to feel like a fairy tale
Now it seems we were just pretending
We’d fix our world
Then on our way to a happy ending

Then it turned out life
was far less like a bedtime story
Than a tragedy
with no big reveal of the hero’s glory

And it seems we weren’t prepared
for a game that wasn’t fair

Do we just go home?
Can we follow through?
When all hope is gone
there is one thing we can do

Let’s just live
Day by day and not be conquered by our sorrows
The past can’t hold us down
we must break free

Inside we’re torn apart
but time will mend out hearts
Move onward not there yet
So let’s just live!”

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When Santa brought you everything you wanted for Christmas!

ft. The Williams Family

problemphan  asked:

listen.. could you make a list with all of Ryan's solo stuff? I got a new phone and my music didn't go through with the backup I did rip. Thanks!!!!

here’s a list of ryan’s non-panic! work:

2013 demos

the young veins

other

i probably missed some stuff, so feel free to add on!

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Feeling deep down in this…


Downtime” by Usher | Choreography by Taiwan Williams (Josh Williams)

ft. Dominique Battiste, Devin Solomon | Link to the full video

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the summer the world ended | for the pines family | [collection]

a set of mixes about one amazing, heartbreaking, glorious summer.

before. | excitement. exploration. experience. | [listen]

i. home - phillip phillips // ii. geronimo - sheppard // iii. young volcanoes - fall out boy // iv. the days - avicii ft. robbie williams // v. larger than life - pinkzebra ft. benji jackson // vi. from finner - of monsters and men // vii. summer skeletons - radical face // viii. just one day- mighty oaks // ix. eyes open - taylor swift // x. young blood - the naked and the famous // xi. gold in the summertime - matt nathanson // xii. summer - imagine dragons // xiii. bonus track

during. | brawl. bloodshed. battle. | [listen]

i. pompeii - bastille // ii. the end - mayday parade // iii. immortals - fall out boy // iv. it has begun - starset // v. get up - barcelona // vi. king and lionheart - of monsters and men // vii. ghosttown - madonna // viii. overcome - new politics // ix. change - taylor swift // x. battle scars - paradise fears // xi. how far we’ve come - matchbox 20 // xii. warriors - imagine dragons // xiii. bonus track

after. | recoup. reconciliation. recovery. | [listen]

i. in our bedroom after the war - stars // now is the start - a fine frenzy // iii. the kids aren’t alright - fall out boy // iv. life starts now - three days grace // v. after the storm - mumford and sons // vi. silhouettes - of monsters and men // vii. rivers and roads - the head and the heart // viii. here’s to us - kevin rudolf // ix. long live - taylor swift // x. dear sister, your brother - talain rayne  // xi. follow love - ffh // xii. it’s time - imagine dragons // xiii. bonus track

(bonus mix.)

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It’s been a while since I drew this, but I can now share that I’ve had the privilege of contributing an illustration to the 2016 Spring issue of The Watsonian, the journal of the John H. Watson Society–many thanks to @letter-airy for inviting me.

For those unfamiliar with him, pictured above is the late Michael Williams, who played Watson opposite Clive Merrison’s Holmes in the BBC Radio adaptation written (mostly) by Bert Coules. This series is my absolute favourite rendition of canon of all the ones I’ve encountered, which is saying something seeing as it’s an audio only format. There are also very few photos of these guys, so I’ve taken the liberty of drawing them in character.

Here’s one of Clive Merrison as Holmes I did a while back too.

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Sunroof - Boogie ft. Dana Williams

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Kid Cudi - Surfin’ ft. Pharrell Williams

Fueled By Ramen Five - Collaborations Playlist

01. Cupid’s Chokehold // Gym Class Heroes (ft. Patrick Stump) 02. Sophomore Slump // Fall Out Boy (ft. William Beckett) 03. Naked Peekaboo // Travie McCoy (ft. William Beckett and the Butcher) 04. 7 Weeks // Gym Class Heroes (ft. William Beckett) 05. Snakes on a Plane (Bring It!) // Cobra Starship (ft. Travie McCoy, William Beckett, Maja Ivarsson, and Samuel L. Jackson) 06. The Take Over, The Break’s Over // Fall Out Boy (ft. Ryan Ross and Chad Gilbert) 07. 7 Minutes in Heaven (Atavan Halen) // Fall Out Boy (ft. Brendon Urie) 08. Clothes Off!! // Gym Class Heroes (ft. Patrick Stump) 09. Kiss My Sass // Cobra Starship (ft. Travie McCoy) 10. Crowded Room // The Academy Is… (ft. Gabe Saporta and Mason Musso) 11. 20 Dollar Nose Bleed // Fall Out Boy (ft. Brendon Urie) 12. You’re Not In on the Joke // Cobra Starship (ft. Patrick Stump, Pete Wentz, Cassadee Pope, The Fuck City Singers, Matt Bro, and Dre) 13. What A Catch, Donnie // Fall Out Boy (ft. Gabe Saporta, Travie McCoy, Brendon Urie, Doug Neumann, Alex DeLeon, William Beckett, and Elvis Costello) 14. Keep On Keepin’ On // Travie McCoy (ft. Brendon Urie)

Voltron Secret Valentine Playlist

i was @stars-of-sin ‘s secret valentine for @voltronsecretvalentine and i made these two playlists for you!! side a is what you requested fluffy, and side be is self-indulgent happy dancing songs 

they’re both klance inspired. i hope you like them!!
header credits: x

side a: to be loved, to be in love (fluffy & soft)

kiss me // ed sheeran
shades of blue// ashton edminster
somehwere only we know // lily allen
hold my heart // sara bareilles
hazy // rosi golan ft. william fitzsimmons
breath and sound // tom gross
the carriers // sophie hutchings 
venice // the lighthouse and the whaler
if love // alev lenz
like a star // corinne bailey rae
forever alive // keiko necesario
i like you // rosi golan
fools // lauren aquilina
i will follow you into the dark// death cab for cutie

side b: with stardust in our eyes (upbeat & happy)

marry you // bruno mars
think about you // leon
suddenly i see // kt turnstall 
dance with me // ra ra riot
daydreamer // young the giant 
palace // hayley kiyoko
thunder // jessie j
youth // troye sivan
unsteady // x ambassadors
zoom // dnce

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Some Zedd lockscreens I made during last night’s insomnia (again) 😅

Related songs (in order) :
• Zedd - Find You (ft. Matthew Koma & Miriam Bryant)
• Zedd - Stay the Night (ft. Hayley Williams)
• Zedd - Clarity (ft. Foxes)
• Zedd - Spectrum (ft. Matthew Koma)
• Zedd - Beautiful Now (ft. Jon Bellion)

I took Isla with me to the Women’s March in Austin last weekend, and she watched the airport protests with me on Facebook live tonight. (Also the video of Ft. Worth police officer William Martin assaulting Jacqueline Craig and Brea Hymond this morning, talking through each step of the encounter and why the officer was wrong and why the situation was unjust.) I make her listen to the news with me in the car every morning on the way to daycare. We’ve been having A LOT of talks about standing up for what is right, Black Lives Matter, protecting immigrants, etc. Tonight when I was putting her to bed she was chanting “Immigrants are welcome here, immigrants are welcome here,” and told me as I kissed her good night, “I love immigrants. Do you love immigrants, Mama?” 

Most of the time I’m not sure I’m a good mom, but if nothing else, IF NOTHING ELSE, I’m pretty sure I’m getting this right. I know so many white people with kids around the same age as Isla who have told me they have tried as much as possible to shelter their children from Donald Trump and racism and all the ugliness in the world. If a 4-year-old black child can’t depend on police to protect and defend them, if a 4-year-old immigrant or child of immigrants has to live afraid they might be separated from their family because of a crackdown on undocumented immigrants, if a 4-year-old refugee is not sure they will be able to get to safety, if a 4-year-old Muslim can see their place of worship burned on the night our president does his dead level best to keep Muslims out of our country, then my 4-year-old white child IS NOT going to be sheltered from their realities.

Her white skin already gives her so much power over other people. I’m more worried about the kind of weapon she could turn into against people of color and Muslims because I stayed silent with her, than I am about “harming” her by telling her the truth. I know our talks may not be perfect, but I cannot let her think what’s happening right now (and has been happening a long time, let’s not kid ourselves) is okay or permissible or to be accepted in silence.