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Queen Of The Damned – Track 7 | Godhead – Penetrate
Penetrate by Godhead from the Queen Of The Damned Soundtrack\n______________________________\n\nplease check this first before you post a comment like \”this is not (…)!\”\nen.wikipedia.org/wiki/Queen_of_the_Damned_(soundtrack)\n______________________________\n\nI’ve got nothing to penetrate\nAnd I’ve got nothing to elevate\nI can’t seem to concentrate\nCause I’ve got nothing to consecrate\n\nI wouldn’t know the solution\nCause this ain’t my revolution\nI practice my prostitution\nAnd spread the peoples pollution\n\nI’ve got nothing to mediate\nAnd I’ve got nothing to dedicate\nI can’t seem to separate\nCause I’ve got nothing to liberate\n\nI wouldn’t know the solution\nCause this ain’t my revolution\nI practice my prostitution\nAnd spread the peoples pollution\n\nI wouldn’t know the solution\nCause this ain’t my revolution\nI practice my prostitution\nAnd spread the peoples pollution\n\nI’ve got no one to aggravate\nAnd I’ve got no one to emulate\nYou want me to assimilate\nBut I’m not going to imitate
Alicia Vikander Teaches You Swedish Slang | Vanity Fair
Alicia Vikander teaches you Swedish slang words. Alicia stars in \”Tomb Raider,\” out in theaters March 16, 2018\n\nStill haven’t subscribed to Vanity Fair on YouTube? ►► http://bit.ly/2z6Ya9M\r\n\r\nABOUT VANITY FAIR\r\nArts and entertainment, business and media, politics, and world affairs—Vanity Fair’s features and exclusive videos capture the people, places, and ideas that define modern culture. \n\nAlicia Vikander Teaches You Swedish Slang | Vanity Fair
Easy Swedish 1 – Typical Swedish
Learn Swedish with Easy Swedish: Olof is out in Malmö to ask people what’s typical Swedish :)\n\nGLOSSARY:\n\nFika:\nCould be a verb: att fika (to fika) or a noun: en fika (a fika). To fika is basically ”to have a coffee” but often accompanied with pastries. It’s often when you take a break from something. Example: you’ve been out Christmas shopping all day with a friend and then say: ”Vi tar en fika!” (Let’s take a fika). \n\nLagom:\nCould be a adverb: lagom mycket godis (a suitable amount of candy) or an adjective: temperaturen är lagom (the temperature is moderate). There is no direct translation, but it sort of means: a suitable amout of/moderate/adequate. Many swedes explain it as ”not too much, not too little”, and many think that Swedes are very ”lagom”, not too extreme in any way; that we’re moderate.\n\nJantelagen:\n”Jantelagen” is a bit related to ”lagom”. ”Jantelagen” says that you’re not allowed to succeed too much, you have to stay ”lagom” (moderate, not too extreme)\n\n—\n\nJOIN US ON FACEBOOK:\nhttps://www.facebook.com/easylanguagestreetinterviews\n\nSUPPORT OUR PROJECT:\nhttp://www.easy-languages.org/support-easy-languages/\n\nALL INFO:\nhttp://www.easy-languages.org\n\n—–\n\nEasy Languages is an international video project aiming at supporting people worldwide to learn languages through authentic street interviews. We also use this format to expose our street culture abroad and create a more diverse image of our countries. Episodes are produced in local languages and contain subtitles in both the original language as well as in English.\n\nHost: Olof Bendz \nCamera: Andes Surya Atmaja