Post Malone – Psycho feat. Ty Dolla $ign (Music Video)

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Lyrics
Damn, my AP goin’ psycho, lil’ mama bad like Michael
Can’t really trust nobody with all this jewelry on you
My roof look like a no-show, got diamonds by the boatload
Come with the Tony Romo for clowns and all the bozos
My AP goin’ psycho, lil’ mama bad like Michael
Can’t really trust nobody with all this jewelry on you
My roof look like a no-show, got diamonds by the boatload
Don’t act like you my friend when I’m rollin’ through my ends, though
You stuck in the friend zone, I tell that four-five the fifth, ay
Hunnid bands inside my shorts, DeChino the shit, ay
Try to stuff it all in, but it don’t even fit, ay
Know that I been with the shits ever since a jit, ay
I made my first million, I’m like, “Shit, this is it, ” ay
30 for a walkthrough, man, we had that bitch lit, ay
Had so many bottles, gave ugly girl a sip
Out the window of the Benzo, we get seen in the rent’
And I’m like “Whoa, man, my neck so goddamn cold”
Diamonds weigh, my teeths is sore
I got homies, let it blow, oh
My money thick, won’t ever fold
She said, “Can I have some to hold?”
And I can’t ever tell you no
Damn, my AP goin’ psycho, lil’ mama bad like Michael
Can’t really trust nobody with all this jewelry on you
My roof look like a no-show, got diamonds by the boatload
Come with the Tony Romo for clowns and all the bozos
My AP goin’ psycho, lil’ mama bad like Michael
Can’t really trust nobody with all this jewelry on you
My roof look like a no-show, got diamonds by the boatload
Don’t act like you my friend when I’m rollin’ through my ends, though
The AP goin’ psycho, my Rollie goin’ brazy
I’m hittin’ lil’ mama, she wanna have my babies
It’s fifty on the pinky, chain so stanky
You should see the whip, promise I can take yo bitch
Dolla ridin’ in an old school Chevy, it’s a drop top
Boolin’ with a thot-thot, she gon’ give me top-top
Just one switch, I can make the ass drop (hey)
Uh, take you to the smoke shop
We gon’ get high, ay, we gon’ hit Rodeo
Dial up Valentino, we gon’ hit Pico
Take you where I’m from, take you to the slums
This ain’t happen overnight, no, these diamonds real bright
Saint Laurent jeans, still in my Vans though
All VVSs, put you in a necklace
Girl, you look beautiful tonight
Stars on the roof, they matching with the jewelry
Damn, my AP goin’ psycho, lil’ mama bad like Michael
Can’t really trust nobody with all this jewelry on you
My roof look like a no-show, got diamonds by the boatload
Come with the Tony Romo for clowns and all the bozos
My AP goin’ psycho, lil’ mama bad like Michael
Can’t really trust nobody with all this jewelry on you
My roof look like a no-show, got diamonds by the boatload
Don’t act like you my friend when I’m rollin’ through my ends, though

Songwriters: Austin Richard Post / Carl Austin Rosen / Louis Russell Bell / Tyrone William Griffin
Psycho lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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The real reason the sound of your own voice makes you cringe

Does the sound of your own voice make you want to cover your ears? You are not aloneAn open mouth.

 Hate the sound of your own voice? We all do. But why? Photograph: Alamy Stock Photo

Most of us have shuddered on hearing the sound of our own voice. In fact, not liking the sound of your own voice is so common that there’s a term for it: voice confrontation.

But why is voice confrontation so frequent, while barely a thought is given to the voices of others?

A common explanation often found in popular media is that because we normally hear our own voice while talking, we receive both sound transferred to our ears externally by air conduction and sound transferred internally through our bones. This bone conduction of sound delivers rich low frequencies that are not included in air-conducted vocal sound. So when you hear your recorded voice without these frequencies, it sounds higher – and different. Basically, the reasoning is that because our recorded voice does not sound how we expect it to, we don’t like it.  more

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There Is Hope (Music Video)

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Hope for Mental Health

This song was written to share hope with those who struggle with mental illness and to help breakdown the stigma and stereotype. People need to know that God cares and so does the church! Together, let’s make it ok to reach out and talk about it. For more resources and encouragement connect with Saddleback Church’s Hope for Mental Health ministry at http://hope4mentalhealth.com

Written by Aaron Crumbey
Produced by Tony Guerrero and Aaron Crumbey
Video by Tyler Adams

Lyrics:
Four walls, lock doors. I’m trapped in. Underwater, can’t breathe, suffocating.
Can’t think. Ya my thoughts be wondering. Nowhere to go. Guess I’ll stay in hiding. Feeling so alone. The world is kind scary so I’ll climb back in my zone.
Feeling so lost trying to find my way home. Always been an outsider, cast-away, the unknown. I don’t know what to do. Should tell my friends? But then again my friendships may end.
So I’ll keep it to myself. Won’t let you in. Lord, tell me how much longer before it ends. It’s like I’m living life through a dark tunnel. I can see light but I can only see it.
Even though some days I feel like I reached it only to be knocked back down the tunnel. Feeling defeated.
I start back up just to stop again. Failure becomes my reliable new friend.
I need to be free to tell. I pray the stigma gone. I pray that fear would fail.
I pray that God would free my mind from this jail cell.
At least give some people that I can tell, that I can trust, won’t write me of as wasted dust. I just wish my mind would hush.

I need a bridge to get from where I’m to where I wanna be.
I wanna live free from all this misery.
Can you help me, help me to be free?

There is hope. You’re not alone on your own by yourself.
There is hope. We are here, here for you and He is too.

There’s help and there’s hope and there’s a way to see life clearer, no scope, and there are three things that you really need to know. So let me get to them right before I let you go.
You’re not mistake and your struggles don’t define you. I wrote this song only to remind you you’re valued, priceless, yeah you’re to die for, with a plan and purpose. No, you’re not worthless. I know this for certain.
No you’re not burden. We all need to feel the pain when someone is hurting. You gotta know you’re worth it. There’s hope for certain.

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Mental health event brings stories of help, hope

STOCKTON — Marsha Posner Williams is a successful television producer, winner of two Emmy and three Golden Globe awards for “The Golden Girls.”

Yael Deynes, who survived a suicide attempt, physical and mental abuse by his biological mother in his native Puerto Rico and controlling, mental abuse at the hands of his former gay lover, has made an award-winning short film and is seeking funding for his first feature-length motion picture.

The two will share their stories of success and offer encouragement Friday when they speak on “Curing The Stigma” from 1:30-3 p.m. in the Tillie Lewis Theatre as San Joaquin Delta College concludes its observance of Mental Health Awareness Week.  more

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