Lyrics Sherman ? Injected [PATCHED]
The idea for the lyrics came from a real life situation. Robert Sherman was working on ideas for a song but was drawing a blank until one day he came home and learned from his wife that his children had received a polio vaccine. Thinking that the vaccine had been a shot in the arm, he asked one of his children whether it had hurt. Not at all, the child replied. There had been no jab. A drop of liquid was placed on a sugar cube that had to be swallowed. At that moment the title for the song was born!
Lyrics Sherman – Injected
The songs still hold the same hard-to-capture aura of summer adventure and occasional melancholy, but when performed live, they are more representative of the fleeting moments the lyrics often describe.
In 1992 Digital Underground released Sons of the P. The new album sported a more ambitious batch of Funkadelic samples than either of its predecessors, and none other than George Clinton himself appeared on the record to hand the mantle of P-Funk over to the Underground. "Digital Underground is where Parliament left off," Shock insisted to James Bernard in the New York Times. "Funk can be rock, funk can be jazz, and funk can be soul. Most people have a checklist of what makes a good pop song: it has to be three minutes long, it must have a repeatable chorus, and it must have a catchy hook. That's what makes music stale. We say, 'Do what feels good.' If you like it for three minutes, then you'll love it for thirty." The joy-in-repetition argument certainly applies to the record's first single, "Kiss You Back," which Bernard described as "an irresistible, playful ode to cuddling and snuggling." He further observed that the album "focuses attention on the ground-shaking bass, which seems injected with adrenaline."
The man behind this lively scene, savory food and center of hospitality is Vatche Meguerdichian, the international singer who made a name for himself covering songs from across the globe with his trademark smooth voice and the longing emotion he injected into each lyric, delivering a glimpse of the sweet yesteryear for his loyal audience.
"The band was so great in those days; they would take my simple songs, and they would turn them into band songs," Hensley told Eon Music earlier this year. "And very often the songs were just simply ballads which I had written; verses, choruses, lyrics and the melody, and by the end of the day in the rehearsal room they'd turned them into Uriah Heep songs. It was such a great and productive relationship, at the time."
His lyrics reflected his hard-scrabble upbringing in Texas, and he helped popularize the outlaw country genre with songs like "Willie the Wandering Gypsy and Me" (about Nelson), "Honky Tonk Heroes," "I Been to Georgia on a Fast Train," "Old Five and Dimers Like Me," "You Asked Me To," "Black Rose," "Ride Me Down Easy," "I Been to Georgia on a Fast Train," "I'm Just an Old Chunk of Coal (But I'm Gonna Be a Diamond Someday)," and "Live Forever."
She retired from public life in the 1990s, she told the Associated Press, in part because of the enormous success of "I Am Woman": "I was shown a modern American history high-school textbook, and a whole chapter on feminism and my name and my lyrics (were) in the book. And I thought, 'Well, I'm part of history now. And how do I top that? I can't top that.' So, it was an easy withdrawal."
Holmes pressed play. The first song, "Smile Now," blasted out at high volume. It contained all the simple trademarks of Thee Headcoats: blues-infused punk with buzzing guitar; Billy Childish's compressed vocals laughingly bleating out simple lyrics of loveloss and retribution. Somehow it made the "Louie, Louie" chord progression sound fresh.
I got a stack of dynamite and a hundred-ton weightI got TNT birdseed to use as my baitI got a blunderbuss contraption and a Sherman tankI got cannonball fuel injected rollerskatesSo little Road Runner, let me put you straight
SHERMAN: So Rosemarie and her team of highly qualified educators send me lyrics that have been, you know, vetted and approved and thought through. If you can imagine what this is like on a piece of paper, it says, you know, pentagon, pentagon, pentagon, a five-sided shape. Well, you know, it's a pentagon.
In the US, where SIFs have not been legalized, FTS offer PWUD the option to test their own drugs in a private setting. Because evidence for distributing FTS for home use by PWUD is nascent, there are many uncertainties regarding the efficacy and the safety of FTS self-testing as a means of overdose prevention . Preliminary research has found mixed results regarding the efficacy and acceptability of fentanyl self-testing as harm reduction strategy. A study performed in North Carolina among people who injected drugs found FTS were widely used among the sample and that a positive FTS resulted in changes in drug use behavior . Other studies conducted in Canada have found that people who were using supervised injection facilities did not use FTS frequently because of commonly held perceptions that most drugs were fentanyl-contaminated, and therefore, participants did not need to confirm its presence [34, 36]. This conflicting evidence points to the fact that further research is needed to understand the ways in which FTS are viewed and used by PWUD. The need for additional research is particularly urgent as FTS are being distributed by multiple US harm reduction organizations and state departments of health for at-home use [37,38,39,40,41,42]. In Rhode Island, organizations have recently started distributing FTS as part of local overdose awareness events .
When they arrived back in Level 5, he called up all his faithful Okama to join him in the battle and instructed them to free as many prisoners they can on the way from Level 5 upwards. While there, he injected Mr. 2 with Tension Hormones to be able to fight alongside with them. He then chased after Luffy and made his way up to Level 4 to fight the jailers there. Having used Face Growth Hormones on himself, Ivankov defeated a group of Blugori with a single Hell Wink. As the prisoners got closer to the stairs to Level 3, he changed into a woman and fought Sadi. Ivankov managed to dispatch Sadi easily by restraining the Chief Guard with her own whip.