Another Brick in the Wall (The Wall) – Pink Floyd

 

We don't need no education
We don't need no thought control
No dark sarcasm in the classroom
Teachers leave them kids alone
Hey, teachers, leave them kids alone
All in all it's just another brick in the wall
All in all you're just another brick in the wall

We don't need no education
We don't need no thought control
No dark sarcasm in the classroom
Teachers leave those kids alone
Hey teachers, leave those kids alone
All in all you're just another brick in the wall
All in all you're just another brick in the wall

"Wrong, do it again! Wrong, do it again!"
"If you don't eat yer meat, you can't have any pudding
How can you have any pudding if you don't eat yer meat?"
"You, yes, you behind the bike sheds, stand still, laddy"

Too Much, Too Little, Too Late

 

Guess it’s over, call it a day
Sorry that it had to end this way
No reason to pretend
We knew it had to end some day, this way

Yes, it’s over, the kids are gone
What’s the use of tryin’ to hang on?
Somewhere we lost the key
So little left for you and me and it’s clear to see

Too Much, Too Little, Too Late to lie again with you
Too Much, Too Little, Too Late to try again with you
We’re in the middle of ending something that we knew

It’s over
Oh, it was over

Too Much, Too Little, Too Late to ever try again
Too Much, Too Little, Too Late, let’s end it being friends
Too Much, Too Little, Too Late, we knew it had to end

Ah, it’s over
It’s over

Yes, it’s over, the chips are down (whoa)
Nearly all our bridges tumbled down
Whatever chance we try, let’s face it…

Umur yang kedua kali

Nasehat Buya Hamka yang sangat dalam:

“Sebelum engkau mati, peliharalah sebutan dirimu yang akan dikenang orang dari pada dirimu karena kenangan atas ketika hidup kamu itu adalah umur yang kedua kali bagi manusia. Banyak orang yang setelah dimasukkan ke dalam kubur, namun sebutan orang tadi keluar dari kuburnya, tiap hari dia keluar, setahun, dua tahun, seratus tahun, malah ada yang beribu tahun. Nabi kita, Muhammad Shallallahu Alaihi Wasallam umurnya cuma 64 tahun, tapi sampai sekarang sudah 1400 tahun masih seperti kemarin saja, hidup beliau menjadi sebutan siang malam. Inilah maksud yang dikatakan orang sesudah mati dia hidup kembali …”

You to Me Are Everything

The real things

I would take the stars
Out of the sky for you
Stop the rain from falling
If you asked me to
I’d do anything for you
Your wish is my command
I could move a mountain when
Your hand is in my hand
Words cannot express
How much you mean to me
There must be some other way
To make you see
If it takes my heart and soul
You know I’d pay the price
Everything that I possess
I’d gladly sacrifice
Oh you to me are everything
The sweetest song
That I could sing
Oh baby, oh baby
To you I guess
I’m just a clown
Who picks you up
Each time you’re down
Oh baby, oh baby
You give me just
A taste of love to
Build my hopes upon
You know you got
The power boy
To keep me holding on
So now you got
The best of me
Come on and
Take the rest of me
Oh baby
Though you’re close to me
We seem so far apart
Maybe…

Chuck Mangione – Feels So Good

“Feels So Good” is the title of an instrumental composition by the American flugelhorn player Chuck Mangione. It was written and produced by Mangione, and is the title track from his 1977 album.

The album version of “Feels So Good” runs almost ten minutes, but an edited (3 min 28 sec) version was released as a single in early 1978, which reached #4 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in June of that year after spending a week atop the Billboard easy listening chart in May. The recording was also nominated for a Grammy Award for Record of the Year at the ceremony held in 1979, losing out to Billy Joel’s “Just the Way You Are”. Mangione re-recorded the tune (as a slow ballad, and with lyrics sung by Don Potter) for his 1982 album 70 Miles Young. Mangione was quoted describing the editing of the original version of the track as “major surgery.”

Reference
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Feels_So_Good_(composition)