Sabtu, 07 Juli 2018

Aaron Carter The Clapping Song Lyric

3, 6, 9

The goose drank wine

The monkey chewed tobacco on the streetcar line

The line broke, the monkey got choked

And they all went to heaven in a little rowboat



Clap Pat - Clap Pat - Clap Pat - Clap Slap

Clap Pat! Clap your hand...

Pat it on your partner’s hand... right hand

Clap Pat! Clap your hand...

Cross it with your left arm

Pat your partner’s left palm

Clap Pat! Clap your hand...

Pat your partner’s right palm

Clap Slap! Clap your hand...

Slap your thigh and sing a little song


My mama told me if I was lucky

That she would treat me

If I was goody

My Aunty told her, I should act olderBR> No I'm not kidding

That's what she told her


3, 6, 9

The goose drank wine

The monkey chew tobacco on the streetcar line

The line broke, the monkey got choked

And they all went to heaven in a little rowboat


Clap Clap!

Clap your hands and prepare to Pat

Take your right arm

Pat your partner’s palm with your right palm


Clap!

Take your hand back and clap

Clap!

Take your right arm

Cross your right arm with your left arm

Pat your partner’s left palm with your left palm

Clap!

Now back with a clap

Take your hand to your palm and slap your thigh

And watch the fun materialize

As you sing this little song:


Chorus 2


[whisper]

Chorus 1


Chorus 2 x2


That's what she told her

I don't believe It

Yeah right

Can you believe it?


Chorus 1

Kamis, 05 Juli 2018

Aaron Carter Tell Me What You Want Lyric

Are you tired, of me

Do you want to, be free

I just got to know

Should I hang on, or let go

Don't keep me guessing

It just ain't fair

You got me drowning in a sea of despair



I've held up for as long as I can

Ohhh I need to know, am I still your man



Chorus

Tell me what you want

Tell me what your gonna do

Na na na na

Tell me what you want

Tell me what I have to do

Na na na na na na



Putting pressure, on my heart

Maybe we need some time apart

We need to find out what's gone wrong

Before the love's completely gone



I've held up for as long as I can

I need to know am I still your man

I'll be past the point, of no returns

Is there a reason to be concerned


Chorus

Give me a chance 

to say what's left of my pride

Please tell me girl

Is the grass greener on the other side


Chorus

Selasa, 03 Juli 2018

Aaron Carter Real Good Party Lyric


Talking:

Sometime, someplace

Everybody has words

Fallin' out, and making up

Uh-huh


Chorus

Maybe I laugh, maybe I cry

Maybe I scream, maybe I sigh

Baby I feel, the feeling is real

Maybe I curse, maybe I squeal


But I enjoy, making some noise

Foolin' around, I listen to the sound

You and I get, everything's set

Be sure you know how to have a real good time


(Yeah, yeah)

1, 2, 3, 4


You and I are not to blame

Sometimes we just go insane

You and I have much to give

Everything is relative


When we have our darker days

We just go our seperate ways

You and I are not to blame

Sometimes we just go insane


Chorus


Sometimes baby in your eyes

Love is truely justified

When I hear you tellin' lies

I just wanna terrorize

Making up is oh so good

Yeah we rock the neighbourhood

You and I are not to blame

Sometimes we just go insane


Chorus 


(la la la la la la la)


Chorus

Senin, 02 Juli 2018

Aaron Carter Girl You Shine Lyric

I see you everyday

And I can't seem to think of anything to say

To you, baby, how can it be

That breaks my heart when you're smiling at me



The moment that I laid my eyes on you (my eyes on you)

I knew you'd be the one to make my dreams come true



Girl you shine like reflections on the water

Girl you shine like the sun in the sky

Girl you shine like the moon does in the night time

Girl you shine like the stars in the sky



In you I see something I won't find

Never again, baby, you're always on my mind

If I could find a way to open up my heart

We'd be together, we'd not be apart



The moment that I laid my eyes on you (my eyes on you)

I knew you'd be the one to make my dreams come true



Girl you shine like reflections on the water

Girl you shine like the sun in the sky

Girl you shine like the moon does in the night time

Girl you shine like the stars in the sky



Girl I can't imagine being without you

And I know you're gonna make my dreams come true

You know I'll never leave you, I'll never deceive you

I'll give you every piece of my heart



Girl you shine

(Shine) shine (shine) shine on me

Girl you shine

(Shine) shine (shine) shine on me

Girl you shine

(Shine) shine (shine) shine on me

Girl you shine

(Shine) shine (shine) shine on me



Girl you shine like reflections on the water

Girl you shine like the sun in the sky

Girl you shine like the moon does in the night time

Girl you shine like the stars in the sky



You're all I need to survive

And girl you keep me alive

And girl you shine like the sun in the sky

Minggu, 01 Juli 2018

BIOGRAPHY T.E.N.: Thomas Pridgen, Eric McFadden, Norwood Fisher

The chemistry between T.E.N. was undeniable the first time these legendary musicians collaborated in the studio. During a one-day session on April 1st, 2012, T.E.N. recorded 5 songs. This also happened to be the first time this powerhouse trio ever played together and the synergy between the three musicians ROCKED. In honor of their one-year anniversary, T.E.N. is releasing an EP on April 1st, 2013 featuring the songs they recorded during that first studio session. Since that epic day, T.E.N. has been working on their new album to be released on 10-10 (October 10, 2013).


Individually, each musician is a reputable force to be reckoned with. Together, they are an unstoppable force of music….T.E.N. contains the power of 10. Their saga begins in the mid nineties, when Norwood and Eric met on a day off during a Fishbone tour in Albuquerque, NM. It was Superbowl Sunday. A day of drinking ended in a jam session with members of Fishbone and Eric McFadden laying down the rocK. Over time, Norwood & Eric built a friendship and started playing gigs together. In late 2011, the idea to create a band together sprung up and the duo decided to form a trio. Thomas Pridgen’s name was immediately mentioned. Thomas grew up in Oakland, where his path first crossed with Eric’s in 2005. Sharing a mutual respect for one another’s playing, the two musicians spoke about joining forces whenever they ran into each other. The chance finally came when Eric and Norwood approached Thomas to form the new power trio together. Having seen both players in action, it was without hesitation that Thomas accepted their offer and the supergroup, T.E.N., was formed.

The bandmates individual style molded by their vibrant personalities creates a fusion of powerful, raging brilliance with delicate sensitivity. Having spurred from the Bay Area, Thomas Pridgen was first blowing minds with The Coup, before joining the Mars Volta (with whom he received a grammy in 2009), and then eventually forming his own band, The Memorials. It is no surprise that Thomas is able to push Eric & Norwood to higher musical realm; there have been few who could match the remarkable skill and finesse of Thomas Pridgen. Also a virtuoso, Eric McFadden has been heralded by Guitar Player Magazine as “the closest thing SF has to a modern day Hendrix”. Eric has toured the world with the likes of George Clinton/P-Funk, Stockholm Syndrome and Eric Bourdon/The Animals. In addition to collaborating with other top artists, McFadden has consistently recorded and toured the world as frontman of his own groups such as EMT and The Angry Babies. With such phenomenal bandmates, playing with T.E.N. allows Eric the ability to shine as both a songwriter & guitarist. Last, but certainly not least, is Norwood Fisher, who stands out not only for his remarkable bass playing (primarily with the legendary punk/ska band, Fishbone), but also his versatility and incredible musical sensibility. A bass genius, Norwood has been praised and sighted as an influence by such greats as Flea of The Red Hot Chili Peppers and Les Claypool of Primus. Norwood can play his ass off, write, sing and contribute stellar production ideas. Together, T.E.N. possesses a range of musical elements, ranging from rock and blues, punk and funk, soul and hip hop.

The band is called T.E.N., not only because it stands for all three band member’s names (Thomas, Eric Norwood), but it also represents a higher vision. From the beginning, it was important for T.E.N. to support a purpose greater than just an undeniably hot rock band. T.E.N. is a number that denotes great achievement. In keeping with this philosophy, T.E.N. is supporting a 10-STAR PROGRAM that supports music/arts for youth & community. T.E.N. believes that people should be given the tools to realize their full potential and encouraged to pursue their dreams. T.E.N. has visited schools, juvenile detention centers and homeless shelters for teens to perform & collaborate with youth. The message is simple: “Everyone contains the power of 10 within.” It is important to channel our energy into something positive that ignites our power. The significance of such positive interaction with the youth they have already collaborated with has inspired T.E.N. to rocK even harder! Through the 10-Star Program, T.E.N. wants to build a movement that inspires the next generation of 10’s. We Are 10 Star!