How can wewe see into my eyes like open doors? Leading wewe down into my core where I’ve become so numb Without a soul my spirit's sleeping somewhere cold until wewe find it there and lead it back home
(Wake me up) Wake me up inside (I can’t wake up) Wake me up inside (Save me) call my name and save me from the dark (Wake me up) bid my blood to run (I can’t wake up)
Go placidly amid the noise and haste and remember what peace there may be in silence goes a poem. Placido from Mana offer just that. In Spanish Placido means calm, something that exudes tranquility. Mana Placido thus exemplifies a nyumbani where peace and happiness can reside and is built on a one acre land featuring a single majestic tower. With no common walls between apartments, one is assured of privacy in the twenty 2 BHK apartments and forty 3 BHK apartments. Abundant light and ventilation, Vaastu compliance and eco friendly features like rain water harvesting, sewage treatment and zaidi add...
Life can be zaidi fulfilling if the things wewe are connected to are close by. Like work and home. Seldon from Mana offers wewe just that. Situated in Sarjapura and close to malls, offices, hospitals, schools, a tourist locale (the Sarjapur lake that is being developed) proximity to Peripheral Ring Road and good connectivity to highways, life at Mana Seldon can only get better. A fantastic new features includes a green ukuta to cut down heat and save energy, while providing pleasant exteriors.
Evanescence has always been one of my inayopendelewa bands. Amy Lee is truly inspiring and is a wonderful role model for people to have. Although, many people disagree because of the dark meaning in her lyrics. To understand the true meaning of her lyrics wewe have to look deeper into the song meaning. For example, in the muziki video everybody's fool people see it as a depressed women who isn't happy. I see it as a way to tell people to be who they want to be, and not live they're life as a fool, au fake. muziki video for Evanescence can be misinterpreted but for most Evanescence songs wewe have to...
When there is life, there is death. This is natural for everyone. But for some of us, death hits us hard, especially for Amy Lee. The inayofuata two nukuu are the lyrics to two of her songs, 'Like You' on the 'The Open Door' album and 'Hello' on the 'Fallen' album.
"Stay low soft, dark and dreamless far beneath my nightmares and loneliness. I hate me for breathing without you. I don't want to feel anymore for you,
'"I'm imba from my moyo now zaidi than ever. I've gotten a lot braver with my writing."
"I know how it feels to be completely alone and helpless, and the last thing wewe want to hear in that situation is, 'It's going to be OK.' "The only thing that seems to really help is that someone else who has felt that low expressing those feelings to you."
"Can we please skip the Christian thing? I'm so over it. It's the lamest thing. I never wanted to be associated with it. It was a Ben thing. It's over. It's a new day."
As we all know, Amy Lee is turning 30 on December 13th. I thought we should do something different for her - a BD video with all of us in it.
The video is going to be less than 5 minutes. wewe can send me a video of yourself (which has to be shorter than 50 seconds!) au a/more picture/s of yourself with maybe a sheet, wroten something you'd like to say to Amy......
I'm going to cut the video. Don't worry, your video au picture WILL appear in it!
I tried to kill the pain but only brought more so much more I lay dying and I'm pouring crimson regret and betrayal I'm dying, praying, bleeding and screaming am I too Lost to be saved am I too lost?
my God my tourniquet return to me salvation my God my tourniquet return to me salvation
do wewe remember me Lost for so long will wewe be on the other side au will wewe forget me I'm dying, praying, bleeding and screaming