I am nothing but a shadow in the night

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Jeremy and Hayley with Morgan and Maddy from Radio Disney!

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Chad Gilbert posta vídeo de Hayley Williams “brincando” de Tartaruga Ninja. 

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Miracle Outro Live

I asked for love. 
I asked for mercy. 
I asked for patience. 
but you’re already all of these things. 

I asked for love. 
I asked for mercy. 
I asked for patience. 
but you’re already all of these things. 

I asked for love. 
I asked you for mercy. 
I asked you for shelter. 
and the I begged for a hard, hard rain
oh you are… 
oh you are, you are… 

I asked for love. 
I asked for mercy. 
I asked  for patience. 
but you’re already all of these things. 

I asked you for love 
I asked you for mercy 
I asked you for patience 
when you’re already all of these things

If I knew what I needed 

If I knew what was good for me 
I’d, I’d be down on my knees, on my knees begging you
Please please please 
let your light shine bright this time
oh please, oh this time

ohh..

(took forever for me to type the lyrics. though I can google it.)

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Warsaw Uprising Museum unveils tribute video, “There is a city”

This is not Improv Everywhere. This is not a flash mob. This is a real thing that happens every single year in Warsaw, Poland.

Today marks the anniversary of the Warsaw Uprising, a pinnacle event in 1944 wherein the Polish resistance Home Army fought to liberate its country from Nazi reign.

But the Germans prevailed Oct. 2, killing nearly 200,000 civilians as they maintained control over the Polish capital.

Every Aug. 1 since, the people of Warsaw have taken a collective minute out of their day to pay homage to the fallen heroes that fought for freedom. For one minute, everybody in Warsaw stops in their path and raises a flag, or looks at a countryman, or simply reflects.

Last year’s 60 seconds were captured by the Warsaw Uprising Museum and converted into a gripping video that does as much to showcase Warsaw’s natural beauty as it does to spotlight the pride and respect that a nation can have for its history.

Correction: An earlier version of this story stated that the Polish resistance liberated the country from Nazi reign on Oct. 2. We regret the error and thank Tumblr user the-lady-midday for bringing it to our attention.