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Dezembro 2014

Fiona Apple – Sleep To Dream

I tell you how I feel but you don’t care
I say tell me the truth but you don’t dare
You say love is a hell you cannot bear
And I say give me mine back and go there
For all I care

I got my feet on the ground and I don’t go to sleep to dream
You got your head in the clouds and you’re not at all what you seem
This mind this body and this voice cannot be stifled by your deviant ways
So don’t forget what I told you don’t come around I got my own hell to raise

I have never been so insulted in all my life
I could swallow the seas to wash down all this pride
First you run like a fool just to be at my side
And now you run like a fool but you just run to hide
I can’t abide

I got my feet on the ground

Don’t make it a big deal don’t be so sensitive
We’re not playing a game anymore you don’t have to be defensive

Don’t you plead me your case don’t bother to explain
Don’t even show me your face ‘cause it’s a crying shame
Just go back to the rock from under which you came
Take the sorrows you gave and all the stakes you claim
And don’t forget to blame

I got my feet on the ground

I got my feet on the ground

Fiona Apple – Shadowboxer

Once my lover, now my friend.
What a cruel thing to pretend.
What a cunning way to condescend.
Once my lover, and now my friend.

Oh, you creep up like the clouds.
And you set my soul at ease.
Then you let your love abound,
And you bring me to my knees.

Oh, it’s evil, babe, the way you let your grace enrapture me.
When well you know, I’d be insane
To ever let that dirty game recapture me.
You made me a Shadowboxer, baby.

I want to be ready for what you do.
I’ve been swinging all around me
“‘Cause I don’t know when you’re gonna make your move.
Oh, your gaze is dangerous.

And you fill your space so sweet.
If I let you get to close,
You’ll set your spell on me.
So darlin’, I just want to say

Just in case I don’t come through,
I was on to every play
I just wanted you.
Oh, it’s so evil, my love.

The way you’ve no reverence to my concern.
So I’ll be sure to stay wary of you, love.
To save the pain
Of once my flame, and twice my burn.

Fiona Apple – Paper Bag

I was staring at the sky, just looking for a star
To pray on, or wish on, or something like that
I was having a sweet fix of a daydream of a boy
Whose reality I knew, was a hopeless to be had
But then the dove of hope began its downward slope
And I believed for a moment that my chances
Were approaching to be grabbed
But as it came down near, so did a weary tear
I thought it was a bird, but it was just a paper bag

Hunger hurts, and I want him so bad, oh it kills
‘Cause I know I’m a mess he don’t wanna clean up
I got to fold ‘cause these hands are too shaky to hold
Hunger hurts, but starving works, when it costs too much to love

And I went crazy again today, looking for a strand to climb
Looking for a little hope
Baby said he couldn’t stay, wouldn’t put his lips to mine,
And a fail to kiss is a fail to cope
I said, ‘Honey, I don’t feel so good, don’t feel justified
Come on put a little love here in my void,’ he said
‘It’s all in your head,’ and I said, ‘So’s everything’
But he didn’t get it I thought he was a man
But he was just a little boy

Hunger hurts, and I want him so bad, oh it kills
‘Cause I know I’m a mess he don’t wanna clean up
I got to fold ‘cause these hands are too shaky to hold
Hunger hurts, but starving works, when it costs too much to love

Hunger hurts, but I want him so bad, oh it kills
‘Cause I know I’m a mess he don’t wanna clean up
I got to fold ‘cause these hands are too shaky to hold
Hunger hurts, but starving works, when it costs too much to love

Hunger hurts, but I want him so bad, oh it kills
Because I know that I’m a mess that he don’t wanna clean up
I got to fold because these hands are just too shaky to hold
Hunger hurts, but starving, it works, when it costs too much to love

Fiona Apple – Never Is A Promise

You’ll never see the courage I know
Its colors’ richness won’t appear within your view
I’ll never glow – the way that you glow
Your presence dominates the judgments made on you

But as the scenery grows, I see in different lights
The shades and shadows undulate in my perception
My feelings swell and stretch; I see from greater heights
I understand what I am still too proud to mention – to you

You’ll say you understand, but you don’t understand
You’ll say you’d never give up seeing eye to eye
But never is a promise, and you can’t afford to lie

You’ll never touch – these things that I hold
The skin of my emotions lies beneath my own
You’ll never feel the heat of this soul
My fever burns me deeper than I’ve ever shown – to you

You’ll say don’t fear your dreams, it’s easier than it seems
You’ll say you’d never let me fall from hopes so high
But never is a promise and you can’t afford to lie

You’ll never live the life that I live
I’ll never live the life that wakes me in the night
You’ll never hear the message I give
You’ll say it looks as though I might give up this fight

But as the scenery grows, I see in different lights
The shades and shadows undulate in my perception
My feelings swell and stretch, I see from greater heights
I realize what I am now too smart to mention – to you

You’ll say you understand, you’ll never understand
I’ll say I’ll never wake up knowing how or why
I don’t know what to believe in, you don’t know who I am
You’ll say I need appeasing when I start to cry
But never is a promise and I’ll never need a lie

Solstício de Inverno

Solstício de inverno é um fenómeno astronómico usado para marcar o início do inverno. Ocorre normalmente por volta do dia 21 de Junho no hemisfério sul e 22 de Dezembro no hemisfério norte.
O solstício de inverno ocorre quando o Sol atinge a maior distância angular em relação ao plano que passa pela linha do equador. Embora sua data não seja a mesma em todos os anos, pode-se dizer que ocorre normalmente por volta do dia 22 de Dezembro no hemisfério norte e 21 de Junho no hemisfério sul. Esse momento não é fixo no calendário gregoriano em função do ano tropical da Terra não ser um múltiplo exato de dias.

Com a introdução do cristianismo no Império Romano houve, por parte da Igreja Católica, uma tentativa de cristianizar os festivais “pagãos”. Há indícios de que a data de 25 de Dezembro foi escolhida para representar o nascimento de Jesus Cristo já no século IV. Há evidência bíblica de que Jesus não teria nascido durante o inverno, pois, no momento do nascimento, pastores estavam cuidando de seus rebanhos nas vigílias da noite, e o período do solstício, visto como o renascimento do Sol, carrega forte representatividade. Além disso, conseguiu aproveitar a popularidade das festividades da época.

Os povos da Europa pré-cristã, chamados pelos católicos de pagãos, tinham grande ligação com esta data. Segundo alguns, monumentos como Stonehenge eram construídos de forma a estarem orientados para o pôr do sol do solstício de inverno e nascer do sol no solstício de verão.

Fonte: wikipedia.
http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solst%C3%ADcio_de_inverno

O inverno começa no domingo no hemisfério norte, um momento de celebrações ao longo da história ao qual se associou o Natal, e chega às 23:03, numa fria noite, ainda que celebre o sol.
O solstício de inverno assinala também o dia mais curto do ano e a partir do qual os dias começam gradualmente a ser maiores. Será um domingo com sol de pouca dura, nascendo às 07:51 e pondo-se às 17:19. Uma semana depois, já se põe quatro minutos mais tarde.

Desde a antiguidade que se celebra o solstício, estando o Natal relacionado com a cristianização dessa festa tradicional, que simbolizava o renascimento, o reinício, o sol e o momento em que a luz vencia a escuridão, porque a partir daí os dias iam voltar a ser maiores.

Na história não faltam referências ao solstício de inverno, uma data importante na Roma antiga ou na Europa pré-cristã, nem cerimónias para o assinalar ainda hoje, da China aos países da América do Sul. Em Portugal, uma tradição que ainda se mantém na zona de Bragança, dos caretos ou “festa dos rapazes”, é uma festa do solstício de inverno.

As festas pagãs que tradicionalmente se faziam para comemorar o solstício de inverno e honrar o sol terão, a partir do século IV, sido associadas ao Natal, uma festa cristã que assinala o nascimento de Jesus.

Com o Natal a aproximar-se, é o inverno que chega e que vai ficar por 89 dias, até ao próximo equinócio, da primavera. Chegará a 20 de Março, às 22:45, numa noite tão grande como o dia.

Fonte: http://www.ionline.pt/artigos/portugal/solsticio-inverno-chega-domingo-numa-noite-fria/pag/-1

Fiona Apple – Fast As You Can

I let beast in too soon,
I don’t know how to live
Without my hands on his throat;
I fight him always and still
O darling, it’s so sweet,
You think you know how crazy
How crazy I am

You say you don’t spook easy,
You won’t go
But I know
And I pray that you will

Fast as you can
Baby run free yourself of me
Fast as you can

I may be soft in your palm
But I’ll soon grow hungry for a fight
And I will not let you win
My pretty mouth
Will frame the phrases that
Will disprove your faith in man
So if you catch me trying
To find my way into your
Heart from under your skin

Fast as you can
Baby scratch me out
Free yourself
Fast as you can
Fast as you can
Baby scratch me out
Free yourself
Fast as you can

Sometimes my don’t shake and shift
But most of the time, it does
And I get to the place
Where I’m begging for a lift
Or I’ll drown in the wonders
And the was
And I’ll be our girl,
If you say it’s a gift
And you give me some more or your drugs
Yeah, I’ll be your pet,
If you just tell me it’s a gift
‘Cause I’m tired of whys, choking on whys,
Just need a little because, because,

I let the beast in and then;
I even tried forgiving him,
But it’s too soon
So I’ll fight again, again, again, again, again
And for a little while more
I’ll soar the uneven wind
Complain and blame
The sterile land

But if you’re getting any bright ideas
Quiet dear I’m blooming within
Fast as you can,
Baby wait watch me,
I’ll be out
Fast as I can
Maybe late but at least about
Fast as you can
Leave me
Let this thing run its route
Fast as you can
Fast as you can
Fast as you can
Fast as you can

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