Billie Eilish - when the party's over. Billie - you should see me in a crown. Billie Eilish - i love you. Billie Eilish - re. Think of what I'm saying. Подумай о том, что я говорю. We can work it out and get it straight, Мы можем всё исправить. Life is very short, and there's no time. That we may fall apart before too long. We Can Work It Out. Выход мы найдём (перевод Михайлов Иван).
The track took over 11 hours to perfect - up to this point, that was the longest period The Beatles had spent in the studio on a single song. At Twickenham Film Studios, a little over three weeks after the single was recorded, The Beatles made three separate promo films for 'We Can Work It Out'. Like all the other films shot that day, the medium was two-inch black and white videotape, a relatively new format for the time. Many TV stations, however, weren't set up for videotape, so 16mm copies were made for distribution worldwide.
Think of what you're saying You can get it wrong and still you think that it's alright Think of what I'm saying We can work it out and get it straight, or say goodnight. We can work it out We can work it out. Life is very short, and there's no time For fussing and fighting, my friend I have always thought that it's a crime So I will ask you once again. Try to see it my way Only time will tell if I am right or I am wrong While you see your way, There's a chance that we may fall apart before too long . We Can Work It Out" lyrics provided for educational purposes and personal use only.
get in over your head - be/get in over your head to be involved in something that is too difficult for you to deal with: He denied fraud saying he was a businessman who just got in over his head. Main Entry: ↑hea. inancial and business terms. be in over your head - be in over (your) head to be involved in a situation that is too difficult for you to deal with. I m in over my head with all these exhibition arrangement. ew idioms dictionary.
I don't even know how people can survive without sunglasses, in general. And when you get home, you don't take off your "work" clothes. I mean, on tour, I never change my clothes, at all. I'm Jim Morrison-ing it. The pants stay on - it's easier that way. And it's not a "job. Is IT possible to get over on attitude alone? A lot of people have. I mean, I started out that way. I started out with a flyer, no music and just completely bullshitting my way into getting a gig, and they went for it. And then I had to write songs to go with the gig! So it can work, sometimes, but I don't know if it's sustainable. More than just attitude, you need to learn from your mistakes. You need to learn from others you work with. You need to learn from your fans' reactions.
Can't Get It Out of My Head" is a song written by Jeff Lynne and originally recorded by Electric Light Orchestra (also known as ELO). First released on the band's fourth album Eldorado in September 1974, the song is the second track on the album and follows "Eldorado Overture. The song was released in November the same year as a single. The song became the band's first top 10 single in the United States, reaching number 9, and helped boost public awareness of the band in the .
Idiom Definition - (to be) in over your head - to be involved in a situation that is too difficult for yo. 5) If borrowers get in over their heads, it may be impossible to reduce payments on a private student loan. 6) But like many well-meaning white people who are in over their heads when discussing the topic of race and media, Davis kept going. 7) And sometimes lawyers just get in over their heads or beyond their competence of youth is not so much superficial, as they are also in over their heads, dealing with the crisis of the present,. 9) I would start with one platform rather than getting in over your head and committing to several social media avenues.
Banks are going bust. Shopkeepers keep a gun under the counter. Look, we've got a bunch of hobgoblin radicals called the Ecumenical Liberation Army who go around taking home movies of themselves robbing banks. Maybe they'll take movies of themselves kidnapping heiresses, hijacking 747's, bombing bridges, assassinating ambassadors.