i wish i could remember some lyrics

At last! The lyrics to the Miraculous Ladybug PV?

So remember when the first 2D  trailer came out and we’re all like “this song is awesome ,but what the hell are the lyrics? Are they even in English? Is it French?”

Well, I found some lyrics on a website. They are fairly accurate, I think there’s some points where it’s off, but this may be the closest we ever get. Damn, I wish they would use this song still…

Tell me now, pretty baby

You could never stop unaware

Too gone, for don’t you get it now?
Do you know that I’m feeling down?
Every love went through your head
Giving love turned bad
Maybe love can soothe your pains
Making up, make it better

Up Ladybug, never doubt, ‘til we find one way, forever
Up Ladybug, got a goal, we’ll be fine some day, together

Did you know it couldn’t be enough?
‘Cause I need what’s stolen away
Taking all that to a better love
When you need it all the way

When you’re going through your head
Giving love turned bad
And a love can steal your pains
Making up, make it better

Up Ladybug, never doubt, ‘til we find one way, forever
Up Ladybug, got a goal, we’ll be fine some day, together
Up Ladybug, never doubt, ‘til we find one way, forever
Up Ladybug, got a goal, we’ll be fine some day, together

Lyrics in Sherlock

Last night, in having a conversation with @softbunny52, I came to an epiphany.

So in the first two series, the only music we get that has lyrics is all tied with Moriarty, such as “Staying Alive” and “Sinnerman.”  That’s really it for lyrics in the entire first two series.  With so little lyrical music, it becomes easy to draw the connections between them, which in this case is obviously Moriarty.  All of these moments have something to do with him and thus lyrical music becomes a good shorthand for Moriarty.

But in series three, we get more bits of music with lyrics, the main ones being “Donde Esta Yolanda” and “December 1963.”  (softbunny52 mentioned that there was also Rihanna’s “We Found Love,” but I don’t remember where or the context for that.  I really wish I could because that might add to or disprove this meta.  But anyways…)  None of these moments involve Moriarty, so what could that mean? 

Now, I’ve seen a lot of various meta floating around on “Donde Esta Yolanda” and “December 1963″ having some subtextual links to Johnlock.  (Really wish I had links to those metas, but I can’t remember them and, sadly, never actually save these things.  If anybody knows, please link me!)  But, if we hold to the theory of the previous two series, music with lyrics is tied very closely to Moriarty.  So in what ways can these moments be tied to him?  

I think the answer lies in who all is involved in and heavily tied to these moments: John, Sherlock, …and Mary.

Mary is this new edition into the dynamic of these two characters.  Moments with John and Sherlock never had music with lyrics playing in the background before.  It’s not until Mary is introduced that we see this new trend.  So it stands to reason that that she is the thing that is making these lyrics appear. 

Therefore, according to the theory above, she must be in some way tied to Moriarty as well.

To me, I think that this points to Mary working for Moriarty.  Definitively.  

Which could also mean that these moments between John and Sherlock are orchestrated by Mary and, by extension, Moriarty.  I don’t know what this means for the validity of these Johnlock moments yet, but it would be interesting to figure that one out.  

Ok. I’m going out of my mind trying to find this Panic! at the Disco song that doesn’t seem to exist. Lemme describe it for you guys:

  • Has a carnival music-like tune during verses
  • Vocals in verses are harmonies like Queen
  • tune kinda bounces around a little
  • I thought it was a later track, maybe 9??

my impression was that it was on vices and virtues because i instantly recognized all the other songs on that album- i listened to three albums in my friend’s car- but it doesn’t appear to be on there. 

i’m not familiar with P!ATD’s discography but i know they only have 4 albums so i don’t know how i’m unable to find this song. can anybody help me out??

So, I wrote a new song around a drunken thought I had last week, which was a rather pessimistic view, but I think it’s also an honest view, of the person I am. I desire what I fear most, and I fear most what I desire… I remember thinking how difficult it is for me to tell people how much I care about them sometimes, or the people who I wish I could say it to but I can’t because they won’t want to here it… I remember thinking “how silly is that? it’s not like if I say the words I’ll set something on fire!” and suddenly, that was such a good image… and this song kind of happened, because with some people it seems, I’m always so close yet so far.

“The Wire”
Music & Lyrics by IndiaRoseReality ©

I want to take you back on
But we’re fire and ice.
You’d think how you freeze me with your silence,
Would have me thinking twice.

I find intimacy hard to swallow.. (Feels like I love you might start a fire.)
You are waters were I dare not wallow,
and yes intimacy is all I desire.
What kind of life is so close yet so far from the wire?

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