Friday, April 4, 2014

The Escape Club's “Wild Wild West #REDLiPSTICK #LIVINGITUP #MUSICVIDEO #DianaMarySharpton

Wild Wild West (1)

Introduction:


The purpose of life is to live it, to taste experience to the utmost, to reach out eagerly and without fear for newer and richer experience.” 

― Eleanor Roosevelt

This morning, payday, I am featuring a group from London, England that goes by the public name The Escape Club. Their music has an Alternative, Pop music genre and the song being featured was one of their 1988 hit’s titled Wild Wild West(2). Their album titled “Wild Wild West”, released Atlantic Records in 1988, hit Gold in the US. The video is creative and fun, a great “SATURDAY” selection and it was uploaded to YouTube on Oct 2, 2006 by Trevor Steel.

I have included the lyrics below for your reading pleasure.

Wild Wild West(3)
Forty seven dead beats living in the back street
North, east, west, south, all in the same house
Sitting in a back room, waiting for the big boom
I'm in a bedroom waiting for my baby

She's so mean but I don't care
I love her eyes and her wild, wild hair
Dance to the beat that we love best
Heading for the nineties
Living in the wild, wild west
The wild, wild west (wild west)

Well, Mandy's in the backroom, handing out Valium
Sheriff's on the airwaves, talking to the D.J.'s
Forty seven heartbeats beating like a drum
Got to live it up, live it up, Ronnie's got a new gun

She's so mean but I don't care
I love her eyes and her wild, wild hair
Dance to the beat that we love best
Heading for the nineties
Living in the wild, wild west
The wild, wild west (wild west) Yeow

Now put your flags in the air and march them up and down
You can live it up, live it up all over the town
And turn to the left, turn to the right
I don't care as long as she comes tonight

She's so mean but I don't care
I love her eyes and her wild, wild hair
Dance to the beat that we love best
Heading for the nineties
Living in the wild, wild west
The wild, wild west
The wild, wild west (wild west)
Yeow, wild west

Brrrr, here come a musical disc
'Cause some people them a-keep waitin' for
This one's called the outlaw, wow
They want me
Ride the rhythm like me ridin' a bike
Shine on me
Murder me chatter when me chat on the mic
Shorties thought this could keep them rockin' 'til the broad daylight
And here comes the Escape Club to rock it all night, say

Live it up, live it up
Live it up, live it up

Living in the wild, wild west
The wild, wild west
The wild, wild west
The wild, wild west
(Wild west)

Heading for the nineties, living in the eighties
Screaming in a back room, waiting for the big boom
Give me, give me wild west, give me, give me safe sex
Give me love, give me love, give me time to live it up

Now put your flags in the air and march them up and down
You can live it up, live it up all over the town
And turn to the left, turn to the right
I don't care as long as she comes tonight

She's so mean but I don't care
I love her eyes and her wild, wild hair
Dance to the beat that we like best
Heading for the nineties
Living in the wild, wild west
The wild, wild west
The wild, wild west (wild west)

Yeow, wild west

I little bit a background on the group they have a website http://theescapeclub.net  and according to the new section they release a new album titled “Celeberty” in Feb 07, 2012 with a Rock, Music, Pop, Pop/Rock, Dance genre according to iTunes. 10.

Thank you for your continued support. I pray you are having a blessed evening or morning.

Peace and Love Always Diana

Come on lets play... My Sugar... give me time to live it up, red lipstick and all... darling.

References:
1.)   Photograph: Wild Wild West .http://fanart.tv/movie/8487/wild-wild-west/
2.)   Video: Wild Wild Westhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v8W9uvhdFZY
3.)   Lyrics: https://genius.com/The-escape-club-wild-wild-west-lyrics

"The Car Door" #POETRY #FREEVERSE #POEM

Driving Off into the Sunset by Cindi Smith (1)


The Car Door
It was a dark morning, over cast; you’ve seen it before,
Ominous, chilly but still walked to open the car door.
Coffee is around the corner, oh thank goodness, for that!
Still felt unsettled, lost but found recompense, in a gentle fact.
So many worries, keep creeping in and out this soul,
Fighting that nature; ignoring the uncontrolled.
There are those wishes and fanciful yearnings,
And bills that drive you to that same place every morning.
Yet, today was different and won’t speak on why,
Planning, analyzing and time well spent, flew by,
It was joyful and helped shrug that doubtful mood,
All this time running, hiding from all that this heart already knew.
Walking a path given and not worrying about what may happen wrong,
Not arrogance or with false pride, just the point you hung on all this time alone.

© copywrite by Diana Mary Sharpton

Thank you for your continued support and I hope you have a blessed and marvelous weekend.

References:
1.) Photograph: Driving Off into the Sunset by Cindi Smith. http://www.pbase.com/texces/image/91153940