this is the best song ever written maybe

eurovision alignments
  • Lawful ballad: Typically kind of boring, but qualifies because you can't NOT vote for it or else you'll look like a jerk. Probably about love. Or peace.
  • Neutral ballad: Trying to be a power ballad but the singer just isn't that good. Maybe about love, but not in a guilt-trippy kind of way. Sounds better in studio.
  • Chaotic ballad: Strong, overly dramatic power ballad. Either the best thing you've ever heard or just way too extra. There is no in between.
  • Lawful schlager: Upbeat and really generic, like it's trying to make sure it qualifies. Probably written by someone from Sweden.
  • Neutral schlager: Passes for a normal pop song, at least mostly. Incredibly radio-friendly. Gets a lot of jury votes.
  • Chaotic schlager: Not quite a joke entry, but could be mistaken for one if you squint. Lots of glitter and exposed skin. Why people think Eurovision is gay.
  • Lawful crazy: The staging and outfits and pretty much everything looks like a fever dream, but the entry still resembles a song. 10/10 would dance to while drunk.
  • Neutral crazy: Any entry that just screams, "hey, we REALLY don't feel like hosting next year." Almost never qualifies. Just as planned.
  • Chaotic crazy: Looks and sounds like a shitpost, because they put serious effort into making sure it looks and sounds like a shitpost. Gets a fuckton of televotes.
reasons why speak now is taylor’s best album

1. last kiss, i feel this song so much and i haven’t even had a relationship yet
2. the most romantic lyric ever written in mine: “i remember how we felt, sitting by the water, and every time i look at you, it’s like the first time”
3. back to december is like “you know, I fucked up” and that’s good too. also “maybe this is wishful thinking, probably mindless dreaming:
4. better than revenge and the story of us literally have the best beats ever and it makes me wanna jump every time
5. DEAR JOHN??? the whole track??? written by a 19 year old???
6. enchanted is literally an experience on its own, it’s like you’re a princess in a fairytale (and also it gave us one of the best cinematic experiences: the wonderstruck commercials)
8. ICONIC sparks fly, the best opening for a tour ever
9. did i mention last kiss
10. and last but not least: the whole intro / prologue for speak now made my skin clearer and the message itself is so important!!! and it really helped me a lot in life!!!

anonymous asked:

I'm legit not coming for you but, you call yourself a feminist, So how could you like someone like Taylor swift? Genuine question tho lol. She is the literal meaning of white "feminist".

Well, I started liking Taylor Swift years ago, when I was 19 or 20. Speak Now had just come out when I was breaking up with this guy who treated me pretty badly and had cheated on me. Her album quite literally “spoke to me” (pardon the pun) and was helping me get over him, when I met this new guy.

He and I started dating. We ended up being together for 4 years. But when Taylor went on tour that year, he bought me two tickets to her show as a Christmas present and went with me. He knew that those songs reminded me of my ex, but he also knew that I had gotten past that time in my life THANKS to that album, and wanted to celebrate that. So we went together, and he sat there and watched me dance the night away, surrounded by teen/tween girls screaming in his ear. And he had fun. Because I had fun. He even bought me a Taylor Swift blanket and surprised me with it at the end of the show. That’s when I knew I had a good guy. 

The next Christmas, he and I got engaged. But he was an alcoholic, and eventually it became too toxic for me and I had to leave him. It was one of the hardest things I ever had to do. But he wasn’t getting any better and needed a catalyst for change so I left. Right around that time, Taylor’s next album, Red, came out. I also met one of my best friends around that time, who happened to also love Taylor. She was the only other person in my life that I knew who also loved her. She, along with the Red album, are quite possibly the reason I was able to stay strong through the break up of my engagement. This friend literally took me into her mothers house (along with my dog), went on road trips around the country with me, played Red over and over again until the record scratched. This went on for months and months and she never tired. 

Then I moved down to Florida and I met my most recent ex. The person I fell more in love with than anyone I have ever met. Like that overwhelming, can’t think straight, I’m a gonner, you are everything, kind of in love. I remember the song “State of Grace” playing over and over in my car when I first started dating him, so excited that I had found a new path for myself, a new life, a new love, and it was a clean slate after having to break off one of the most important relationships of my life, with one of the best people I had ever known. 

But, of course, that love didn’t last and lucky me, this guy ended up being the worst person I had ever been with. He abused me in every sense of word and after 2 years of dating left me broken in pieces on the floor (quite literally). This was when 1989 was first leaking, and also when I fell into such a pit of despair, I tried to commit suicide. To make matters worse, he kept coming around, slithering his way back into my life, just to crush me again. It was a toxic and never ending downward spiral. It was also around this time (as luck may have it, history repeats itself) I met another of my now best friends, who was also going through a break up, and I shared 1989 with her. Through the fallout of these horrific relationships we had to deal with, we held on to each other, and we held on to 1989- hard. I remember one night driving to the middle of nowhere and putting the song “Clean” on repeat so we could cry our eyes out for what must have been hours. We literally sat in silence, listening to the track, sobbing in One another’s arms. 

Eventually I won that battle and when I was healthy and happy again, my ex fiance came back into my life. We began talking every few days and I discovered he was healthy, sober, happy and doing really well(as was I). We recounted a ton of old memories and so many of them were filled with Taylor Swift songs - the concert, the fact that “Mine” officially became our song after we got engaged, the first time we danced on his porch and it was to “Fearless”. So much of our relationship began and ended with Taylor Swift’s music and I found myself listening to her old tracks, jumping back into those good times with him. 

Then he died. Suddenly. Brutally. Just gone in the blink of an eye. One day he was there, texting me, calling me, planning a trip to come visit and the next day he was just…dead. Do you know how hard it is to face every single person that your ex fiance ever knew, at his own funeral no less, and listen to them tell you that YOU were the true love of his life? That if he was still alive, you two would have ended up together? How no one after you even compared to you and that you were the reason he was able to get his life together and be BETTER? Do you know how that feels? I hope not. Because I can’t even put it into words. 

There are very few things I have left from that relationship. But what I always kept, which is still on my bed to this day is that Taylor Swift Speak Now blanket. And I don’t care how ratty or old or frayed it gets- I will never let go of it, or the songs that went with our time we shared. 

So you see Anon, I am a feminist. I don’t just call myself one, I am one. But I have been through hell and back in both my relationships and my life, and Taylor Swift’s music has always, somehow, had this magical connection to my history. It has brought me joy, it has given me moments I will never forget, it has introduced me to some of my absolute best friends, it has even quite literally saved my life in my darkest of hours. 

So maybe I don’t always agree with what Taylor Swift does or how she acts when it comes to her whole “girl squad” mentality, etc etc. But what connection I have to her transcends socially constructed political jargon and resonates on a deeper and more spiritual level than I can really even accurately put into words. Every SINGLE song she has ever written, could have been written by me, about someone in my life. Every. Single. One. It’s like her high points and low points, new loves and breakups, friendships and self discoveries all seem to both flourish and crash at the same times and in the same ways mine do.  Put on a song of hers, and I’ll tell you a personal story about that song. Her eras are my eras and I do not have that kind of uncanny connection to anyone else’s music. Not with anyone else in the world. 

And those moments, those memories that she has given me? They are worth a lifetime more than the risk of someone calling me a white feminist just because I like her music, or because it means something to me. 10 lifetimes worth, even. 

(and I could have written this out a lot more eloquently but I figured it was long enough to start)


Just a little James and Sharna proposal one shot. It’s maybe the cutest thing I’ve ever written. I kinda stole the idea for the end from the song “Olivia Mae” by Brett Young which is absolutely one of the best songs I’ve ever heard. Just genius and beautiful. 

It was a normal night for them. Curled up on the couch, Sharna half asleep, James mindlessly flipping through channels. Sharna jumped, startled when James turned to a particularly loud tv show.

“Sorry,” he said at once. “Here.” He turned off the tv. “Get some sleep.”


“Not tonight, honey.” Sharna could hear the smile in his voice. “I’m just not in the mood.”

“Funny,” she murmured.

“I try.”

They were quiet again and Sharna forced herself to wake up. She sat up, crossed her legs under herself, and turned to face him. He watched her with interest.

“What?” he said as she stared at him.

She smiled. “Tell me a story.”

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au where bucky is a high school student who likes panic! at the disco and wears black ripped skinny jeans and jean jackets and at some point he is sitting there singing girls/girls/boys because it’s one of the best songs ever written and a extremely thin boy with blond hair comes and sits next to him and says “maybe boys love boys and girls too” and winks


Fun fact: when I was 13 (maybe 12 depending on when the movie came out) I thought Lugia’s song (the instrumental version) from the movie “Pokemon 2000″ was the best piece of music ever written.

Also fun fact; I own both the first movie and Pokemon 2000 soundtracks on CD, as well as the TV show soundtrack They’re actually pretty good. I also had a friend from Taiwan in my high school who gave me the Japanese soundtracks on CD as well.. …I should try to find them. They’re in my room somewhere.

I tried to write that song for a year, and couldn’t. I went to write it at the studio and passed out. I woke up two hours later and sat down and wrote the whole end of the song, like, just off the top of my head. It was like, don’t even know what’s coming out, man, but it’s coming. I think one of the best things that I’ve ever written was maybe the end segment of the song “Coma”. It just poured out.
—  Axl Rose about the song Coma on Use Your Illusion I

I feel like we don’t talk about this enough (or maybe we do and I just do not see it).  Yeah this tweet was sent out and Ed tweeted about his best mate getting married and Anne tweeted about Louis making a good decision and Eleanor tweeted about being done or something.  But…  These words are song lyrics to a song about loving a man.

The song is called My Old Man and it is written by Joni Mitchell.

He’s my sunshine in the morning
He’s my fireworks at the end of the day
He’s the warmest chord I ever heard
Play that warm chord, play and stay baby

But when he’s gone
Me and them lonesome blues collide
The bed’s too big
The frying pan’s too wide

Then he comes home
And he takes me in his loving arms
And he tells me all his troubles
And he tells me all my charms
We don’t need no piece of paper from the city hall
Keeping us tied and true no, my old man
Keeping away my blues

These lyrics are too symbolic to be ignored.

We’ve got this guys… we’ve made it this far.  We are golden.  Keep pushing through.  I hope you are all doing alright. xx


Taylor Swift, Sep.28 (St. Louis, Missouri)

“‘We show off our different scarlet letters/Trust me, mine is better’ is the sharpest couplet Taylor has ever written, except maybe the others in this song. I have no idea why she left a song this urgent and glittery and perfect off her album (it’s a bonus track), but geniuses are weird. New Romantics is where she really indulges all that Eighties synth-pop she warned us about, with a mascara-smudged nod to the New Romantic scene that gave us Duran Duran and Adam Ant. (Does Tay own Visage records? She can have mine.) It’s the best song the Pet Shop Boys never wrote — it could have been the fourth-best song on Actually, or third-best on Behavior. She plays it cool vocally — she even sings “We’re all bored,” when boredom is maybe the least Tay of emotions. But then that chorus hits and she’s inside the mirror ball, on a floor where the lights and boys are blinding and playing cool won’t cut it anymore. I thought I was Taylor’s hugest fan, but I never imagined she had a tune like this in her.” — Rob Sheffield’s Top 25 Songs of 2014, Rolling Stone

1. There was a time when I accidentally caught you from across the class, smiling. You always did, I’ve seen you do it before. I’ve seen every person in the class do it before, but then I’ll always remember that one. That particular one, it was as if there was magic dusted over your lips, because all I could think of was damn, his smile is pretty nice. And so I wanted more of it, because every time I did I saw something else; rays of sunlight, sugarcoated donuts, drops of kisses from the rain, dandelion wings soaring towards the moon.
2. I went to school every day hoping you were the first thing I saw to remind me that mornings really are good. I’d fall in line, the way I could feel myself falling for you, hoping that this time you’ll be beside me in this assembly. We were the ones in the last line, and when we did stand beside each other, I wanted it to last, and I realized being last in line wasn’t so bad after all.
3. You played guitar really well. My heart too, I can say. And whenever you played on stage I was just a part of the crowd wanting to be the song you knew so well.
4. There was a time when you sat beside me in class. I was drawing a silly night time scene, usual stars and houses fast asleep. You took the notebook from me and drew your own silly scene; a boy jumping from a grocery cart, reaching for a balloon, while the world he was standing on was so small it could fit in my hands. I still have that drawing. I kept it, with a date and my signature.
5. Whenever people said we looked perfect together, I’d shrug it off. Because you were perfect. I was far from that. But whenever we talked about what games my brother had in his laptop, or about the indie songs I loved, and you were there talking to me as if what I was saying mattered, I wanted my soul to watch us so I can see if we really do look good together. I always wonder why you never saw what they saw too.
6. Maybe you didn’t see me as something more than a sister. You said so yourself that I would be a good one. But I could be a really good lover for you too.
7. When you asked me to be a part of your band I could still remember the hallway packed with students. Your head stood among them because you were a walking tower of heaven, and I saw you, dreaming you were walking this way for me, and you were. We never played because your band had a fight, and I can still imagine if we did, I’d never want to leave that stage.
8. I love it when you blush. I would love it more if I were the reason.
9. Stop biting your lips because it’s so damn hot.
10. You’re so tall, but I can still fit you in my heart.
11. My heart gets major attacks when you give me high-fives.
12. I can still see you in my dreams. And in there, you liked me too. But dreams are nothing but falsies glued to the eyes, too pretty to be true.
13. Once, I changed into a formal attire for a presentation which was a blue long-sleeved thing with slacks, and you said I was sexy in a non-seductive, but really genuine way, and I felt myself die as I just ran away, pretending I didn’t hear you. Can I hear you say it again?
14. It has been years and I can still remember your face even though I never stalked you. The last time I saw your face was when we took photos together in our graduation day. That was the only time I was courageous enough to fit in a picture with only you, finally.
15. That day when you made me listen to your compositions, music has never sounded so alive it was written in the stars.
16. I wrote so many songs for you that maybe now you’ll only hear in my heartbeat.
17. I hope you find that person who’ll make you change for the best, like you said.
18. Keep a girl who will keep your smile the way it is. It is beautiful the way it is.
19. I know you aren’t thinking about me ever, but I still think about you sometimes.
20. I don’t know if you remember me but I know I will never forget you.
21. You asked me why I didn’t go to prom that last year, and I was thinking maybe you would’ve asked me to dance or you actually wanted to see me. Were you?
22. My crush for you was the most bipolar, moody thing ever. It wasn’t consistent, but something about you made me go back every time. Like every other girl in school smitten by you.
23. I really liked you back then. And I still got the bugs biting me. Out of all of them that I had, I guess you were the one I strongly long for. Maybe I still do. Or you’re just that nostalgic reminder of how much hopeless romantic I was, and will always be.
—  things i wanted but never said to my high school crush // s.c
Re: Taylor Swift

Dear Billboard, Never did I think I would feel the need to pose an open letter to you, a site I once deemed credible and fair.. Yet, here I am. This morning you posted a story covering “A timeline of Taylor Swift’s 10 relationships (and their songs).” Now, normally, that wouldn’t be an issue, because I would expect it from Radar Online, TMZ, or another “credible” news source (gossip rag). However, on this particular December morning, it didn’t come from one of them, it came from you. So, along with my comments, I also have a few questions. 1. When do we stop placing such sexist claims on Taylor and her music? Yes, she has dated and, in response to said relationships, has written songs about how/what she felt. The sad thing about it is, instead of praising her for her ability to convey emotion through lyric, you down play her ability and make her into a spiteful-ex/serial dater. As Taylor once mentioned in an interview, why does nobody talk about other artists in the same way? They’re writing about their love lives, same as Taylor, but you would never see a story such as, “A timeline of Ed Sheeran’s 10 relationships (and their songs)”. So, tell me, why is that? 2. Since when does working with someone constitute a relationship? I ask this because in your article, you mention Zac Efron, Lucas Till, Cory Monteith, etc.. However, Taylor never once dated any of these men. So, why include them in the “10”? To gain more views? To draw attention? To make her past dating history seem a lot worse than it actually is? What? Because I’m having a hard time understanding how three of her friends/colleagues, made it on the “list of exes”. Maybe, and this is just a thought, you don’t even know why. Maybe you didn’t even give it two thoughts before you posted it because, “it’s Taylor, she probably did date them.. Plus 10 sounds better than 5.” 3. Why are we only ever concerned with the songs she has written about exes? It’s sad to me because, unless you’re a fan of Taylor and her music, the media places you under this assumption that all of her songs are written about exes. However, there are multiple songs Swift has written that aren’t about exes at all. To name a few, “Long Live”, “The Best Day”, “Ronan”, “Innocent”, “Mean”, “Welcome to New York, "Shake It Off” (I guess this now applies to you, Billboard). So, tell me, why must we constantly publicize the songs about exes and not the songs about everyday life? However, I guess to answer that, we have to answer the first question). 4. Words.. Words.. Words.. Your article is filled with little instances in which you make snide comments or just flat out ludicrous claims. For instance, when you said, “(when does she ever do that?)” in regards to Taylor’s apologizing to Lautner in “Back to December”. What was the point of that comment? Then, multiple times in your article, you mention how someone might not have made enough of an impact to warrant a song.. However, did you stop to think that it wasn’t that they didn’t make enough of an impact, but that there was never any impact to be made? 5. Why now? You posted the story at 12:30am on 12/18/15, however, the story was actually written last December (12/30/14). So, what’s the point of reposting it a year later? As if your posting it once wasn’t unwarranted enough, you felt the need to send it out again? Although you mention in the article that all of the information is speculative and based on rumor, it still doesn’t warrant your posting it.. As a credible, respected source, I feel you should know better than to help fuel such sexist views of an artist you so widely respect. I hope, for whatever reason, your post was worth the views and the retweets, because one story lost you the respect and admiration of thousands. So, as I close this letter, I ask that you remember one thing: To you, this might not be anything more than an entertaining, attention grabbing story, but to the young woman you’re referring to, it’s much more than that.. It’s her life, her words, her heart, and you’re twisting and manipulating it to benefit yourselves. Signed, Not only a Swiftie, but a human being


Today in 1969, Abbey Road was released in the UK. 

“When the album was finished we were listening to a playback and Tony Hicks of the Hollies came in and joined us, hearing the LP from start to finish. He said to Paul, ‘I think this album is every bit as good as Pepper’ but Paul disagreed with him. ‘No, I don’t think it’s as good as Pepper, but I do like George’s song, I think that’s the best. “Something” is the best song George has ever written.’”

 - Alan Parsons      

“Some people tell me this “Something” track is one of the best things I’ve ever written. I don’t know! Maybe they’re right, maybe they’re wrong. It’s very flattering.”

- George

“I didn’t know at the time that it was the last Beatles record that we would make, but it felt as if we were reaching the end of the line.”

 - George.

anonymous asked:

Literally every other song is better than Infinity :/

like……..friend you are coming to the wrong place. the WRONGEST place. the most wrong of places you could possibly be coming.

we’re all entitled to our own opinions, but picking a single isn’t just about WHAT SONG IS THE BEST!!!!!!!!!!! it’s about WHAT SONG IS GOING TO GET THE MOST AIRPLAY AND GET NEW LISTENERS WHO WILL BUY THE ALBUM. 


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A Song About My Favourite Animals
A Song About My Favourite Animals

A quality song, with quality lyrics, brought to you by someone with arachnophobia.

“I hate spiders, they make me feel so afraid
I hate spiders, though I know they don’t deserve this hate

I hate their webs when they touch my face
I start shaking when I see one in my place
And I’m probably a racist for hating their entire race
Let’s all put them on a spaceship and send them to spaaaaaaaace

I hate spiders, they have way too many legs
I hate spiders, some of them eat their lovers after they’ve had sex
And that’s really gross and morally wrong
Like spiders in general which is the moral of this song
And if you hate them too you should sing along
And I’m out of rhymes …but I really hate spiders

Some of them are hairy, some of them are big
And I wouldn’t dare to poke one of those with a stick
In fact, if I had to, I’d run away real quick
And you can all guess the next line: SPIDERS CAN SUCK MY DIIIIIIIICK

I hate spiders, I really hate them, just leave me alone
I hate spiders, I want to die when I see one in my room
I hate spiders, they’re the worst motherfuckers in the animal crew
I hate spiders, I just really fucking do.”

I need your help...

I knew it was a long shot meeting Taylor in Seattle but if it happened I was going to ask her to write out “I can’t breathe without you, but I have to.” as a tribute tattoo for my best friend Lauren who passed away. I didn’t get the chance to meet her in Seattle but maybe if I’m lucky she will see this post and send me a photo of the lyrics written out so I can still get the tattoo? It would honestly mean everything to me, that song kept me alive & breathing for the longest time after Lauren died… Please help me. Taylor I will never, ever ask anything more of you… I love you and thank you 💗💕

Every brilliant British songwriter bleeds a strange poignancy: it’s what we’re famous for, those dazzlingly beautiful melodies that all sound just that little bit sad. It’s probably the rain, and maybe the fact that as a country, we bask in grey areas, bones of contention and irony. We’re walking contradictions living in a watercolour landscape, and we wouldn’t trade it for summer all year round: that’s not our style.

‘Love Is a Laserquest’ is Alex Turner’s defining bid to join the Melancholic Legends’ Lounge. No, it’s not the best song he’s ever written, but it’s, let’s face it, bizarre how confident a man can sound in his own sorrow. This is a lyricist who can pinpoint a feeling engraved in his very being with incredible accuracy; Lennon was longing for peace, Morrissey was longing to be taken anywhere (he didn’t care) and Turner longs for the girl. ‘Love is a Laserquest’ is the face of his genius.

—  25 Best Alex Turner Songs
Mark White
Little Sea in LA

Hey guys! This is our first tumblr post, so we thought we would write a little bit about our America trip and how everything is going ! If thats cool with ya’ll…

Being the first time overseas as a band, we learned a lot about each other. Mainly that none of us have any domestic skills (Andy can cook and Ollie can make popcorn on the stove but thats about it). Somehow, we did manage to survive and over the three weeks we had the most fun adventures and worked on some of the best songs we have ever written. 

Some of the highlights include writing with Simple Plan, seeing the lads 1D and 5SOS live in LA as well as our main gal Katy Perry at the Staples Centre and recording in some of the coolest studios ever. For us though, the biggest moment was the acoustic meet up we did on Santa Monica Pier! We honestly thought no one would show up (maybe 5 or 6) but to have so many people show up after just a few tweets was actually insane. Still can’t wrap our heads around the idea we have fans on the other side of the planet (LITERALLY!!!). Everyone was really nice and didn’t laugh at our accent, which was nice haha. 

We did get homesick sometimes and miss Australia, and the time we were over there went so quickly. It did inspire us so much and we have written a lot of what will be our debut album on this trip, as well as giving us experiences to write about back home. We cannot wait for you guys to hear these songs…

Basically when we first started this band we had absolutely no idea that we would be out of the garage within 6 months, let alone overseas. It is crazy the amount of support we have from you and our team to make these opportunities possible, and we are extremely grateful. Thank you so much for your ongoing support and know that we have some awesome things lined up for the end of 2014, and a massive year in 2015 already being built. We are excited to share all these crazy times ahead with you guys, so stick around.

Big love from the lads,

Andy, Leighton, Dylan and Ollie :) x 

P.S. here is a picture of the epic Australian Flag that the fans gave us at the LA meet up, meant a lot to us! :) x

anonymous asked:

Do you like 1D?

I don’t like their music but I’m sure they’re lovely people, I get why they’re a sensation and everything. And a solid 9/10 of their fan base are girls and they’re all vvVv good looking & it makes me think that maybe (???) if they weren’t as attractive as they were would they get the same recognition?? And I don’t think the appearance of an artist should play a huge factor in the received press of their music ??? but that’ll always happen, which is sad because there’s probably some middle aged person living in the middle of nowhere that’s written one of the best songs you’ve ever heard and they’ll never get recognition and you’ll never hear it because they don’t fit the look. like, isn’t that strange?? that the appearance of someone has so much influence over their success of the SOUND that they’re making that blows my mind

anonymous asked:

You know any good Reamy fics? I'm running out of reading material :(

ah anon, you happened to catch me in the middle of reading a reamy story actually so if you haven’t you should definitely be reading Just For Me

hmm other than that there’s

Bossy. I Like It (my opinion might be biased cause it was written for me but..)

Break-ins, Bats, Buffy & Bonding (Random. But I live for Random)

End Up Here (I’m a sucker for a song fic and I like this song don’t judge me)

Maybe Just Maybe (it’s hilariously awkward and I wish there was more)

Bowling Shoes And Photobooths (cause it’s cute and I’m I’m partial to clichés

Best Group Hang Ever (who doesn’t enjoy a little Reagan vs. Karma)

Cracked (emotional Amy, caring Reagan, what else do you need?)

Ride (tipsy Reamy, and a party, yes please and more jelly Karma)

hmm I haven’t read that many have I? Well anyway helps this helps you out, and if anyone knows more good ones let me know.