I Want You to Know
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  • Zedd feat. Selena Gomez
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I want you to know that it’s our time
You and me bleed the same light
I want you to know that I’m all yours
You and me run the same course

I’m slippin down a chain reaction
And here I go here I go here I go go
And once again I’m yours in fractions
It takes me down pulls me down pulls me down low

Honey it’s raining tonight
But storms always have an eye have an eye
Tell me you’re covered tonight
Or tell me lies tell me lies lies

I want you to know that it’s our time
You and me bleed the same light
I want you to know that I’m all yours
You and me we’re the same force
I want you to know that it’s our time
You and me bleed the same light
I want you to know that I’m all yours
You and me run the same course

I want you to know that it’s our time
You and me bleed the same light

I’m better under your reflection
But did you know did you know did you know know?
That’s anybody else that’s met ya
It’s all the same all the same all the same glow

Honey it’s raining tonight
But storms always have an eye have an eye
Tell me you’re covered tonight
Or tell me lies tell me lies lies

I want you to know that it’s our time
You and me bleed the same light
I want you to know that I’m all yours
You and me we’re the same force
I want you to know that it’s our time
You and me bleed the same light
I want you to know that I’m all yours
You and me run the same course

You and me run the same course

I want you to know that it’s our time
You and me bleed the same light
I want you to know that I’m all yours
You and me run the same course

2008 - After a beat down in an elevator, Joshua Daniel Ortiz ended up with his nose broken and facing a felony charge of battering a Fort Lauderdale police officer.

The 22-year-old Sunrise man was surprised and delighted to learn that Broward prosecutors were dropping the case against him after reviewing an elevator surveillance video showing three officers aggressively rush and beat Ortiz to the ground.

Once the Dec. 5 video surfaced, it altered the course of the case. It contradicted police reports that Ortiz provoked and attacked Officers Derek Lade, Stefan Silver and Steve Smith.

Fort Lauderdale police internal affairs investigators reviewed the incident more than a month ago and found no violations of policy or procedures, said Sgt. Frank Sousa, the department’s spokesman.

"It was not a beating," Sousa said. "The video clearly shows that [Ortiz] made a movement toward the officer."

The 4:10 a.m. incident unfolded in a bank lobby at 200 SW First Ave. as Ortiz, his girlfriend and friends piled into an elevator, heading to a parking garage after a night out. Acquaintances of Ortiz’s started fighting in the lobby, he said, drawing police to the scene.

According to Lade’s police report, Ortiz yelled at the officers from the elevator when they tried to break up the disturbance. Ortiz “walked right up to me hitting his nose to my nose,” Lade wrote, adding that he pushed Ortiz. ”As I approached Ortiz to take him into custody, Ortiz spun around to face me and assumed a fighting stance (both left and right hand clenched into fists and body bladed),” he wrote. However, the video shows Ortiz keeping his hands in his jacket pockets.

Ortiz said he exchanged agitated words with the officers, but the rest is fiction. ”They were on a power trip,” Ortiz said. “I don’t trust them anymore.” Ortiz’ lawyer said the officers embellished their reports to justify their aggression without knowing the videotape existed.

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