If they love us won't we be forgiven. I want someone who is serious and waiting forward to get married and start a family someday. My high heels need some like w4m They have been sitting in the closet for awhile.
Lets exchange pictures and talk for a while and see if we are both on the same page. Waiting for connection Hello (-: As I am not opposed to a romantic connection, that is not my goal. If you are unsure if that is what you want, or not sure i fyou have the time for it, or you have recently been hurt badly and are leary. Waiting to make a fast stop.
There's much to be said about how the locations of our upbringings impact the adults we later become -- but what about the lovers we later become?
Many characteristics and lessons can come from from growing up in a small area with a tight-knit group of people fueled by familiar traditions and thoughts. It changes you, no matter how far you venture in this world.
A part of one's heart is reserved for the home, and that home brings a certain light into every relationship. A small-town girl has a particular light that she carries, too. She had to earn her independence. When you leave a small town or make any other major independent decision, you're not only deeply missed, but maybe even a little resented for doing so. When a woman strikes away from the beaten path and takes on a life outside of the realm of what she always knew, it takes courage.
It takes building her own sense of comfort aside from the one she never lived without. It's the kind of independence that makes a woman strong, and there's something incredibly enticing about a strong woman. Materialism isn't for her. Small towns don't exactly breed an affinity for designer brands and expensive belongings.
She was taught from a young age that true meaning lies in the little moments that bring absolute joy. She was jumping into lakes and playing backyard games of two-hand touch football, not looking in store windows at beautiful fashion. She learned to love the shine of a campfire over that of a diamond. She drove that '95 hand-me-down car through the back roads, with the windows down, music up, and not a slight notion of how much that vehicle cost, because it never mattered. She'll never care about the price of anything you do for her, because she'll love you for what matters.
She's a family girl, and that affects a lot of things. Family is the unbreakable unit in little communities. From birth to adulthood, she learned that the love of family could be indestructible. Because of this, she took a lot of positive relationship qualities with her. She understands how to compromise in a group, and listen to the needs of others. She knows how important it is to follow through with commitments and keep promises, mostly because if she ever broke one with her family she had to suffer the ultimate wrath from each and every one of them.
She has the underlying understanding that disagreement is needed, and won't allow fights and discrepancies to interfere with the bigger picture of your relationship. She's comfortable with affection, open conversation and blatantly expressed honesty. She'll want to know your friends and family, too. Relationships mean a lot to small-town folk. The way they express care and consideration is through connecting their circles. Family, friends and neighborhoods all bond together.
A romantic relationship essentially means you get the honor of adding another family to your own, no matter what stage of seriousness it's in. She'll want to gossip with your grandma, help your mom with dinner and go shopping with your sister. She'll be at ease around the people you love for games, meals and loud retelling of funny stories.
She'll get down on the floor to play with your little cousins, buy your friends a round of beers at the bar and look forward to being around your companions as much as her own. From your high school football team to your high school sweetheart, small-town loyalty runs deep.
When the going gets tough, no one gets going, and neither will she. She had the same best friends and neighbors her entire life, and sticking by one another through everything was an expected duty. It wasn't a luxury to have someone be honest and faithful to you -- it was the only way to be. More often than not, small towns mean small pockets for most people. She probably wasn't born into a situation where everything was handed to her on a silver platter.
She saw hardship firsthand, and maybe even experienced it herself. The finer things in life are now not expected, to her. For example, some people see a college education as a necessity, rather than a gift. Where I grew up, only College was never something I intended to waste, and odds are many from different backgrounds feel the same way.
That kind of quality doesn't fade, and few things are taken for granted -- including significant others. She grew up in a little world where many people worked one job for 40 years without a single complaint, because it was their responsibility.
She learned the ins and outs of hard work by example and personal practice. Laziness is not in her nature, and that's something anyone can come to admire as they fall in love with the way a person fights for their passions and career. She recognizes the public consequences of her actions. When you live in a small town, everyone knows everyone's business.
If you make a mistake, act cruelly or misbehave, rest assured the news will make its way through the masses in a day's time. You can't erase any reputation you obtain. It sort of lingers in the grocery store conversation for eternity. A small-town girl has never been able to blend into the crowd; therefore she has a certain reverence about her behavior that indicates thoughtfulness. She won't treat your heart with recklessness.
She'll always be up for playful banter. She's been enduring "loving" ridicule since she could walk. From the next-door neighbors, to her one great-uncle who still makes fun of her chubby cheeks -- it could come from anyone.
She's used to holding her own, so she'll be firing back with her own attempts to poke fun at the silly way you walk or tell stories with your hands. She can take it and dish it out as naturally as anyone, which leads to the type of fun interactions that keep relationships interesting and comical. She has a wide variety of random talents. At a small school, the strict definition of jocks, theater kids and band nerds really can't exist. There just aren't enough students in the population to actually fill crisp-cut categories.
Football players sing in musicals, student body presidents paint murals in the hallways and track stars lead the volunteer efforts in the local retirement community. A girl from a small town had to obtain a strange amount of skills and interests along the way, making her much more unique than your original impression of a small town might suggest.
She's typically optimistic in her perception of human beings. She's not quite as jaded as those who didn't grow up in areas where your parents could allow you to freely roam the neighborhood without a care in the world. She had lemonade stands and went on walks to see friends. She never feared that anyone would hurt her, because no one did. She didn't have to expect the worst of people, and part of that true optimism is a radiant light inside of the adult she grew up to become.
She isn't afraid to get her hands dirty. She will jump into any creek, kill the nastiest of bugs and deal with animal messes like a master. She's been taking care of pets, babies and gross little catastrophes alongside her mother her whole life.
She isn't afraid to get down and dirty. She isn't afraid to take risks. She isn't afraid to stand up for herself and make a statement. She won't shy away from the giant centipede on the wall, or the scary situation you're both about to undertake together. She will lean on you if she needs to, but she'll always be there if you need to lean on her as well, because she isn't afraid to face the frightening.
She's excited and eager to learn and travel. Traveling is not a familiar luxury to many growing up in small towns. Heck, working an hour away from home can often be virtually unheard of -- let alone frequent travel to other parts of the world. When a small-town girl gets to move about, she does so with the kind of gratitude and enthusiasm that shines through her. She's venturing into the world, and is thrilled and anxious to embark upon the kinds of endeavors she previously never imagined possible.
She has a thirst to learn more and expand her understandings and experiences. There's this common belief that people from small towns are set in their ways and have no interest in evolving, and that isn't always true, especially for much of the growing and younger generations breaking out.
Loving one's roots does not necessarily indicate a lack of interest in the expanding of those roots into uncharted territory. She'll take you with her on this adventure, and look to you to teach her even more.
She'll actively embrace new entanglements of heart alongside her familiar ties from home, with sheer exuberance. And that is something it's impossible not to fall in love with.
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But I remember the clip. I think he was an French or American. The man had long blond hair. The school was dancing in the cafeteria and skating on the table with tray. This song looks like, "El Mudo - Shakaron" and I remember this words: Chloe Park 19 October Reply i can't find a song i can remember the words in it it's you're if you're gonna break my you're gonna break my heart no matter what you do i still be there for you and when you call my i won't be far away no matter where you go your never be alone.
Robyn 19 October Reply I was hearing this song on the radio between summer '07 and summer ' The chorus was "low low" and there was some kind of violin going on as well Y 19 October Reply for some reason i cant find my comment at all to reply lol so here it is again: Christina 20 October Reply I dont know the name or artist of this song I really like. A male sings it. The lyrics go something like this, "Heres to the times I feel weak, heres to the days I was strong.
I never knew what strength was When all I ever wanted was love and all i ever seen was pain. Im saying one day i will see the sunshine till then im holding on through the rain. I hold on, hold on, hold on, hold on through the rain But im too weak cant stand the pain.
Amy Chavez 20 October Reply Okay this is a long shot. Heres how i got here, I was talking to my bf and i just sang "Help meee" in a kind of high pitch and i know that came from a song. I know forsure its a rock song sang from a guy. Maybe if someone remembers a classic rock song that say that, thats would be awesome. At the very end he sings "Help meeeee! Annie 20 October Reply Please help with this song. Hope you can help!!! Cause a love that is deep in your heart, only wants to be free. Some words I don't know Reach for love, yeah, reach for love repeat.
The first line goes. When his album dropped the car company used it without his permission read this in an article at the time but can't find it. The lyrics sounded like "I can't move on or I can't let go" and we're sung slightly high pitched, with a background electronic rhythm beat which went "bum da da da bum".
I'd really appreciate anyone's help, as I've been trying for 2 years to find the song. Anonymous person 21 October Reply I'm trying to find one that opens with something like "I'm falling into the sun, but now my wings are broken. Who am I to justify? Please and thank you. Anonymous person 21 October Reply Hi I'm trying to find a song that has the lyrics "look at me now lost lover of the sun. I feel the world Jure 21 October Reply Hi all! I'm looking for a song that has lyrics along these line: Or something like that I don't know if I heard the words correctly.
Ocean and sun are deffinately in there. Kinda like the band Muse. Please help me find it. Songsearch was of no help. It's a song by a young teenaged boy and i can't seem to figure out who and i don't know the name of the song so if someone could just help me that would be great! Duyen 21 October Reply Hi all! Can you help me to find down the name of this song, thank you so much!!!
This is the lyrics: You don't wanna go and I don't either, but I tell myself, i don't need you, you're the kind i don't wanna mess with, i can't get over, how you left this, so come on over we'll talk it through, i'll say i'm sorry and you'll say the same too, then meetup later as you're asking to be, something to be honest i just can't see, why do I love you? Arttu Rajatalo 21 October Reply The song tells about a girl and delegate life line, like about how our lives go circle.
In the song the girls mom was a school diner lady and her father owned a washer owned a laundry. The chorus repeats like "such a delegate life" or "such a delegate thing". Anonymous 23 October Reply Omg, yes! Anonymous 25 October Reply: Annoying arse dude 22 October Reply I need to find a rap or hip hop idk if they're the same thing but, I'm trying to find the song lyrics.
I've heard it when some stranger walked passed me, it goes something like "ride around the hood, and claim they know my name, I've been a hustler for some time Meeshel the Mermaid from Ever After High 22 October Reply I need help finding a song it goes like dis ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh Sing a song of 4 ladies A pocket full of rye.
Nisreen kaaki 22 October Reply Guys please help me im desperate for this song i heard it on video of marian and gilbert on youtube over 11 years ago i think it was Anonymous 22 October Reply Looking for a song: Oh my my, oh my my, never did I like the mornings, But waking up next to you, is always such a different story,. I only remember the first sentence of the song: Anonymous 22 October Reply for all my life and i feel like dancing, over and over and over again.
Anonymous 22 October Reply hi guys i'm looking for a song that has these words in it, please help. Neo Inoue 22 October Reply I can't find this song and it's been bugging me for a few weeks I've spent hours trying to find this song it's an upbeat song that I've heard in a YouTube ad for a comic app and u only remember a bit of the lyrics But baby I ain perfect I now I've hurt you Seriously that's all I can remember but I shan't to find the song so badly can anyone please help me.
Anonymous 22 October Reply Can you guys help? Crystal 22 October Reply your life's a routine that repeats each day no one cares who you are or what you say and sometimes you feel like your nobody but you can feel like somebody with me.
I need to find this song but i can't its a women singing. I've been watching daredevil on Netflix. Season three just came out and I've been binge watching. There is a song in the background.
Dakota Haney 22 October Reply Guys! End of days by Zachary kibbee. I remember the music video being a guy with long curly hair in a guitar having a time machine and singing with his guitar, going into the past to help this other younger boy maybe himself ask out this girl.
Any suggestions of what song this might be? John steele 23 October Reply Song at Shameless - down like a titanic around minute Anonymous 23 October Reply ive got a song i cant find the name of: It played on the radio and it sounded like a deep voiced black male not rapping saying "i love her". There was also a woman singing in between but i couldnt make out what she was saying. Ive been searching on youtube and google but all the songs are by chris brown and the beetles.
Lily 23 October Reply Looking for a song, male singer. Only know random bits of the song. I'm searching for a song that goes like this: I fall in love, there's something about you, i wish you were mine. And if i only could be there to hold you, it feels like i stop breating when you're around. I'm in love, there's something about you, i wish you were mine.
Trina 24 October Reply Think you heard that song the same place I did! I can't find it either! Pearl mckernan 24 October Reply Am looking for a song I heard in turkey just knew the lyrics I heard was oh my god and it's by a female played it when they where doing entertement stuff.
Anonymous 24 October Reply "take me home i've been too long in this world to watch it go"? Right at the end of the song, guy singing. Every eerie voice of a female singer maybe African American and eerie instrumental as well.
The lyrics are about dreaming and realitys or something arather and the beat and vocal tempo is.. La lala la la lala, La lala la la lala, Do dodo do do do do do doo. I've been desperately searching for a song for years now, I can remember most of its lyrics but no results anywhere so far.
Please if you know tell me immediately. This song is sung by a girl. I have listened to it around mostly, guess it became popular around that time. You can do it hard cause you got me in heat. I know you're thinking that I am some silly girl You don't know me at all, boy I'll rock your world I want to play a game, tell me what's your name cause, tell me what's your name cause I want to play a game" I placed dots where I don't remember.
I'm around 80 percent sure of the first four rows, 95 percent of the others. Thanks in advance anyone for any help!
Anonymous 25 October Reply It's an upbeat song that a guy sings that goes iiii over and over again and like to see you move like this. What's it called lol? Anonymous 25 October Reply Hi I'm looking for a 90's alternative song that goes like this: She told me when she's coming home again.
Moved last summer with her mommy. Daddy's dating another man. I want to be king of the world. I want you to be queen for a day. Anonymous 25 October Reply cant remember the old song, it was like the girl had a crush on a man, and the man went away one day.
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Little John Deere I kinda give a damn. I kinda don't care. You see the girl standin' right there. She loves a small town boy like me. She's my ride or die baby. Lyrics to 'Small Town Girl' by Journey: Just a small town girl Livin' in a lonely world She took the midnight train Goin' anywhere Just a city boy Born and. It sounds like it's from the 80s', male vocals, reminded me a little of Depeche Looking for a song where a waitress girl dreams that the famous boy is her bf and .