You’ve got the best of both worlds You’re the kind of girl who can take down a man, And lift him back up again You are strong but you’re needy, Humble but you’re greedy Based on your body language, your shoddy cursive I’ve been reading You’re style is quite selective though your mind is rather reckless Well I guess it just suggests that this is just what happiness is
Hey, what a beautiful mess this is It’s like picking up trash in dresses
Well it kind of hurts when the kind of words you write Kind of turn themselves into knives And don’t mind my nerve you can call it fiction And I like being submerged in your contradictions dear Cause here we are, here we are
Although you are biased I love your advice Your comebacks they’re quick and probably have to do with your insecurities Theres no shame in being crazy, depending on how you take these Words that paraphrasing this relationship were staging
And its a beautiful mess, yes it is Its like, we are picking up trash in dresses
Well it kind of hurts when the kind of words you say Kind of turn themselves into blades And the kind and courteous is a life I’ve heard But its nice to say that we played in the dirt Cause here, here we are, Here we are
Here we are
We’re still here
And what a beautiful mess this is Its like taking a guess when the only answer is yes
And through timeless words and priceless pictures Well fly like birds not of this earth And tides they turn and hearts disfigure But thats no concern when were wounded together And we tore our dresses and stained our shirts But its nice today, oh the wait was so worth it.
London (CNN) — Small armies of residents marched onto London’s streets today — but instead of weapons they carried cleaning equipment.
Equipped with brooms, buckets and bin-bags, communities across the city responded to last night’s riots by turning out in force determined to restore their neighborhoods.
In Battersea, one of the worst-hit stretches during last night’s violence, people gathered in the morning to share stories of the violence from the night before — many bemused that the riots had reached this affluent, family-orientated South London suburb.
Joan McAvoy, 72, has lived on an estate in the Lavender Hill area in Battersea her whole life. “I’ve seen nothing like this in all my life,” she said. “I don’t understand.
"There were kids aged 10 or 12 years old," she continued. "Where are the parents? Why are they letting their kids out at this time of night?"