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ShiningKnight

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  1. Is there anybody out there? Have you loved somebody Do you know what it’s feel like Is there anybody out there? Oh I feel so alone now Are you there to catch my freefallin To catch my freefallin Is there anybody out there Is there anybody out there Messin’ with my head With all the things he said Sitting here and asking Where did I go wrong Anybody there? Does anybody care The pain is killing me I gotta set you free I never want it that you Running back to me Anybody there? Does anybody care Is there anybody out there yeah yeah Is there anybody out t
  2. Everybody knows that I was such a fool to ever let go of you Baby I was wrong Yeah I know I said we'd be better off alone It was time that we moved on I know I broke your heart, I didn't mean to break your heart But baby here I am Banging on your front door My pride spilled on the floor My hands and knees are bruised and I'm crawling back to you Begging for a second chance Are you gonna let me in? I was running from the truth and now I'm crawling back to you I know you're in there and you can make me wait But I'm not gonna wait It's the least that I can do, just to tell you face
  3. Looking at your picture from when we first met You gave me a smile that I could never forget And nothing I could do could protect me from you that night Wrapped around your finger, always on my mind The days would blend 'cause we stayed up all night Yeah, you and I were everything, everything to me I just want you to know that I've been fighting to let you go Some days I make it through and then there's nights that never end I wish that I could believe that there's a day you'll come back to me But still I have to say I would do it all again Just want you to know All the doors are cl
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    Empty spaces fill me up with holes Distant faces with no place left to go Without you within me I can’t find no rest Where I’m going is anybody’s guess I’ve tried to go on like I never knew you I’m awake but my world is half asleep I pray for this heart to be unbroken But without you all I’m going to be is incomplete Voices tell me I should carry on But I am swimming in an ocean all alone Baby, my baby It’s written on your face You still wonder if we made a big mistake I’ve tried to go on like I never knew you I’m awake but my world is half asleep I pray for this heart to be unb
  5. Health Professionals: Ban smoking in public places Accra, May 31, GNA - Health professionals on Tuesday called on government and parliament to pass a legislation to ban smoking in public places in the country. The professionals said the non availability of any such law had paved the way for the youth to use the deadly product, tobacco everywhere in Ghana, especially at night clubs, fun fares, beaches, parties, restaurants and theatres. This was contained in a release issued at a meeting in Accra and read by Mr. Edward Ampoffu, Chairman of Public Health Committee of the Pharmaceutical Societ
  6. Happy Birthday, Brad! I won't forget - whereever you are and whatever you do now... unsure Phil
  7. Germany comes last in Eurovision song contest 23 May 2005 KIEV - Germany's representative Gracia came last in the 50th anniversary Eurovision 2005 Song Contest on Saturday, gaining only four points. Greek singer Helena Paparizou won with the tune 'My Number', a hot song-and-dance performance. Paparizou defeated golden-voiced Chiara from Malta, whose melodious ballad 'Angel' came in second in international viewer voting by SMS message. A total of 39 nations participated in the competition. Romania's Luminita Anghel placed third with a high-energy rock and kettle-drum number. Israel's
  8. 22.05.2005 Germany Last as Voters "Run and Hide" Germany's entry in the 50th Eurovision Song Contest finished last with four votes as Greece took the crown at the celebration of kitsch in Kiev on Saturday. Gracia's song "Run and Hide" had voters turning off. Germany's Eurovision Song Contest hopes were more than dashed on Saturday night; they were thrown to the floor and stamped on by every stiletto and Cuban heel on show at the 50th gala of kitsch in Kiev. Gracia Bauer, a former talent show also-ran who had courted controversy over her involvement in a chart-rigging scandal just weeks bef
  9. Shock move could usher in Germany's first woman chancellor 25.05.05 By Noah Barkin German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder appears headed for a showdown with conservative rival Angela Merkel after his shock decision to bring forward federal elections by a year. Schroeder’s office said he would seek a vote of confidence on July 1, the first legal step towards dissolving Parliament. Polls put his Social Democrats far behind the conservatives, suggesting Germany could soon have its first woman chancellor. "The chancellor will, given the constitutional deadlines, seek a vote of confidence
  10. May 12, 2005 Rabinovich sits in front of the Rockefeller Bank and sells oranges. His friend comes and asks to borrow a couple of bucks. "You know," says Rabinovich, "Rockefeller and I reached an agreement - he does not sell oranges, and I do not lend money."
  11. May 11, 2005 My card! I represent shysters and legal consultants. We specialize in eviction cases.
  12. May 10, 2005 A popular French magazine held a contest for the best description of MORNING. First prize was awarded to the author of the following essay: I wake up, have breakfast, put my clothes on, and go home.
  13. May 9, 2005 One actor has an agent with branches overseas. Now the actor is out of work in sixteen countries.
  14. May 7/8, 2005 John goes to see his friend Bill, a confirmed bachelor for many years. "Bill, you mustn't wait too long. I have exactly the one you need. You only have to say the word and you'll meet and be married in no time!" "Don't bother," replies Bill, "I've two sisters at home, who look after all my needs." "That's all well and good," said John, "but all the sisters in the world cannot fill the role of a wife." "I said 'two sisters'. I didn't say they were mine!"
  15. Do not forget to view my comment on gas prices at "my birthday thread": http://thetalon.ipbhost.com/index.php?show...st=0entry2897
  16. NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. average retail gasoline prices fell during the past two weeks and could slip further as U.S. crude oil and gasoline supplies swell, according to an industry analyst. The national average for self-serve regular unleaded gas was $2.2129 a gallon on May 6, down 3.08 cents per gallon in the past two weeks, according to the nationwide Lundberg survey of about 7,000 gas stations released on Sunday. In the past month, gasoline prices have fallen about 7.5 cents per gallon, after surging about 49 cents per gallon at retail from the start of 2005 through April 8. "The reaso
  17. 60 Years After World War II Check out DW-WORLD's WWII anniversary dossier http://www6.dw-world.de/en/worldwarII.php
  18. 06.05.2005 Germany and Russia Honor WWII Losses Sixty years after World War II, Russia and Germany have joined hands to honor the victims. The countries' leaders said in a joint interview that Germany was responsible for the war, adding that it also suffered greatly. "Even if our generation is not in itself guilty (for WWII) we bear the responsibility for all our history," German Chancellor Gerhard Schröder said in the joint interview with Russian President Vladimir Putin, which appeared in the German daily Bild on Friday. "Germany caused and started one of the worst wars in the his
  19. 06.05.2005 "We Must Jointly Talk About Our History" As ceremonies in honor of the 60th anniversary of the end of World War II near their climax, DW-WORLD spoke to Germany's culture secretary about German tributes and the necessity of a pan-European perspective. DW-WORLD: The head of the German-Russian Museum in his opening speech jokingly complained that in an interview recently you failed to mention the museum as a prominent place commemorating 1945. Now you've seen their exhibition "Triumph and Trauma -- Soviet and post-Soviet Remembrance of the War." Will you remember to mention th
  20. 08.05.2005 "A New Start for Germany and Europe" As Europe commemorates VE Day, British professor Sir Ian Kershaw, one of the leading authorities on 20th century German history, talked to DW-WORLD about the end of the war as a new beginning for Germany and Europe. DW-WORLD: What is the significance of May 8, 1945, for Germany? Ian Kershaw: May 8, 1945 was the end of an era, which embraced the period of the two world wars. And, although no one could see it at the time, with Europe in ruins, it opened the way to a new start for Germany and a new start for Europe. It took a long time t
  21. BERLIN, May 8 (Xinhuanet) -- Germany is holding a series of ceremonies this weekend commemorating the 60th anniversary of the end of World War II. The culmination of the celebrations will be German President Horst Koehler's address of remembrance for the Nazis' victims to a special assembly of both houses of parliament on Sunday. It will also be broadcast on giant screens at the Brandenburg Gate a few hundred meters away. Meanwhile, German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder will travel to Moscow to mark the end of World War II in Europe. On Saturday night, tens of thousands people
  22. May 6, 2005 A couple arguing with each other all the time went to see the Rabbi. "Why did you scratch your husband? Don't you know that the man is the head of the family?" The quarrelsome woman lowered her eyes and said, "Rabbi, it's not allowed to scratch one's head?"
  23. May 5, 2005 Little did Fluffy realize that Spidey's Spider instincts were not superficial.
  24. Just a quick update on what has happened on my birthday and what I wanted to share here: On Sunday (a day after) we went to a lake and had some ice cream. The cool thing about it was: My car's gauge showed "Hey, it's time for a refill" and my grandmother said, well then let's have it refilled. What's the special thing about that you over there may wonder... Normally I always have my car refilled for maybe $10; I just can't afford more. But she gave me a full refill worth € 50 ($60). Seeing the gauge's needle go to "1/1" does maybe happen once a year. Normally it hardly moves out of the red a
  25. May 4, 2005 A customer to butcher: "I'd like 5 grams of sausage, please." "Are you mocking me?" the butcher asks. "Not a bit! If I were mocking you, I'd ask you to slice it."
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