The Strokes – Last Nite

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Last night she said,
“”Oh, baby, don’t feel so down.
Oh, it turns me off,
When I feel left out.””

So I, I turn ’round:
“”Oh, baby, gonna be alright.””
It was a great big lie
‘Cause I left that night, yeah”


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  1. "The law won" like pinochet and the children he made kidnapped. In country like France where family must wait one or two full days before the research of the child, the question is: in such country, are our elite( police prefet) in that case, complementary with family violence and children kidnapping, cause of the effect these experiences do on these whose become adults, and apparently often soldiers, "soldiers" so with immunity. When France will say : We get one deep net of pedophiles, all of them will be judged, respectable persons or not, does not care, the goal is to erradicate these kidnapping. And this is possible without borders too…look, the migrants all come first with shyness, etc.;;.. One poor minority of person will be maybe some predator, but if he find nobody to protect him, he's dead. I've heard thaat human and animals business are the most importants after the drugs. Can you imagine,???For sure, and a lot of people say it, a lot of rich and "people" persons are part of sex with children and slavery to children. That's just horrible. "the law won"…..i fought against with my bigness, but the system is so complex and hardcore, that it won at least.

  2. Tanta nostalgia que nem sei se superei essa fase! pqp

    Queria poder namorar a vida eternamente aproveitando o que me faz feliz.
    E foda-se o ano que tô escutando, 😉 te amo

  3. Jules is a genius of lyrical phrasing. He's all around the beat like a jazz singer, constantly undermining expectations, which makes this great. "Well I been in town for just now fifteen oh minutes now…," great!


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