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“Too Big For You” Original Song by Tay Zonday

Download the FREE MP3! Right click and save! www.tayzonday.net I thought I’d do a more R&B-ish song. I think the style suits me, though it would be nice to have some female backups. Creative Commons Attribution Non-commercial Share Alike (by-nc-sa License: “This license lets others remix, tweak, and build upon your work non-commercially, as long as they credit you and license their new creations under the identical terms. Others can download and redistribute your work just like the by-nc-nd license, but they can also translate, make remixes, and produce new stories based on your work. All new work based on yours will carry the same license, so any derivatives will also be non-commercial in nature.” See details: creativecommons.org LYRICS: “Too Big For You” I put up with your late nights out Sayin you gotta leave me by myself Then you tried to dis my shoes You had to lose These shoes are too big for you. I’ll walk down the wall of China Rest my feet in Timbuctu Sleep atop the sands of Siam That’s where I am And I ain’t taking you Make some gumbo in Colombo Drink some tea in Tripoli Kiss you from the mid Pacific It’s terrific And I ain’t lookin back Have a ball in Senegal Join a show in Tokyo Watch the stars on cliffs of Keny I can’t defend ya You had your chance uh huh (Chorus) In these shoes I’m going to Cairo In these shoes I’m going to New York In these shoes your love I refuse Cause Baby these shoes They’re too big for you (Repeat) Go to Oman, build a snowman Coco

How To: Blow Smoke Clouds

Josh shows us a brief tutorial on how to blow clouds. Comment if you need us to elaborate. Also shows a French Inhale. WARNING: Marijuana is illegal in all areas except for these: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Iowa, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Montana, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, Oregon, Rhode Island, Vermont, Washington, Washington DC, where it must be prescribed medically. (Quick Wikipedia search) It is still obtainable anywhere, but you are held responsible.

Yvonne Elliman – If I Can’t Have You Live 1978

“If I Can’t Have You” is a disco song written by Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb of the Bee Gees. The song was intended to be included in the follow-up album to Children of the World (1976), but was given to singer Yvonne Elliman when the Bee Gees became involved in the production of the movie Saturday Night Fever (1977) in which the song, and also in the subsequent soundtrack, appeared. Elliman’s version became an international smash hit, and reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100, and #4 in the UK. The song, as sung by the Bee Gees, was released as the B-side to the single “Stayin’ Alive” in 1978 and also appeared in the 2001 compilation Bee Gees Their Greatest Hits: The Record. A remixed version of The Bee Gees recording was released on the remastered version of Bee Gees Greatest in 2007 and marked the return of The Bee Gees to the US Hot Dance Tracks charts after 28 years. ______________________________________ Elliman’s singing career began in the early 1970s in London where she performed as a vocalist at various bars and clubs. This led to a recording contract and later in Miami a close association as a backing vocalist for Eric Clapton. She performed on many of his 1970s hits including “I Shot the Sheriff” and was his girlfriend for several months in 1974. She sang the role of Mary Magdalene in the original album of Jesus Christ Superstar and in the subsequent Broadway and film versions, and achieved her first hit single with the ballad “I Don’t Know How to Love

Something you see ONCE in a Hundred years!

The last Venus transit till 2117 and who knows what the world will look like when that happens! This is footage both in the visible and H-alpha wavelength of the Venus transit of 5th June 2012. I watched it from near the power substation for the Keck Observatory, about one vertical mile below the summit (although I was still at an altitude of ~ 10 000 ft, ~ 2miles). This whole trip was put together at incredibly short notice. Indeed this was my first attempt at solar timelapse and my first attempt to use the H-Alpha telescope to do it. Knowing nothing about such things, it’s usually my reckoning that it takes about 3 attempts to get good at this sort of thing. If I had know more about H-alpha telescopes, I would have certainly spent more on one. The solar scope I got cost about 1000 bux (in europe where i was at the time), but if I had really known what I was doing I should have probably spent 2-3x that amount. However even if I had known that, it was not clear I would be able to buy such a telescope in time, and even if I could, when I travelled to Hawaii, virtually ALL of my weight allowance was tied up in equipment (plus a change of underwear). Even at that, I borrowed a tracking mount from a local and very well equipped astronomer friend (MANY thanks Chris) without which this simply wouldnt have been possible. I’ve got to say that given the constraints that I had (inexperience, lack of proper kit, lack of transport ability lack of time etc etc) I’m actually very happy