Here are just 20 of the hundreds of songs that turn 20 in the year 2020.
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They hide in silence
Where we corrupt them with our own words
Where we can never hear them because
the only way you can hear is not to speak.
In the sky
It's their turn to watch us.
Watch as we fight our own and go to war
Watch as we release our foreign venom, slowly killing the air
Watch as we bury our dead and honor our just born
Watch as we think ourselves heroes and villains
Watch as we judge one another for the color of skin.
They laugh, for we are the same to them.
Why can't we see that, they ask?
But we don't answer because we have never cared to listen.
These songs will have you crying yourself to sleep for no reason.
Out of all the playlists and songs I have had over the years, these songs are either relate-able to everyone's life or have been at some point. While they're sad, they're all beautifully composed and sang and deserve appreciation whether they're relate-able to your life currently or not.
1. Unwind by Healy
I’ve been working all week / No lie / Can't sleep and I don’t why
2. What You Do by James Gillespie
No work, no worries here / Everything's for free / When the world turns upside down / You should blame it on me
3. I'm Sorry by Joyner Lucasfarm5.staticflickr.com
How could you? / Maybe it's my fault / I should have paid more attention to what you been doing / Maybe I should have been more of an influence [This video may be inappropriate for some users.]
4. Transpose by Bad Suns
Sleepless nights aren't new to me / All these thoughts are killing me / Someone come and put me to ease / All of my anxiety, there's no cause that I can see
5. The Other by Lauv
We fell from the peak / And the stars, they broke their code / I'm trying to forget / How I landed on this road / I'm caught in between
6. High Highs to Low Lows by Lolo Zouai
I'm not okay these days / Dreams come and go / I stay
7. Footprints by Molly Kate Kestner
You can take the road less travelled / Yeah, I'd probably do that too / But if you're lost and feeling broken / Through and through / You can follow the footprints I left for you
8. Breathe Me by Sia
Ouch, I have lost myself again / Lost myself and I am nowhere to be found / Yeah I think that I might break
9. Youth by Daughter
And if you're still breathing, you're the lucky ones / 'Cause most of us are heaving through corrupted lungs / Setting fire to our insides for fun
10. Figures by Jessie Reyez
I wish I could hurt you back / Love, what would you do if you couldn't get me back / You're the one who's gonna lose / Something so special, something so real
11. Unknown (To You) by Jacob Banks
Tell me that it's over / Tell me that you mean it / This time is true / Tell me that I'm unknown / To you
12. Bloodstream by The Chainsmokers
I gave up three times this week / Went through those feelings / Like I wasn't worth nothing
13. Liability by Lorde
They say, "You're a little much for me / You're a liability/You're a little much for me"
14. Bruises by Lewis Capaldi
I've been holding on to hope that you'll come back when you can find some peace / Cause every word that I've heard spoken since you left feels like a hollow street
15. Sorry by Aquilo
I left the light on so you could see me in the dark / But then it blinded us and left us who we are
16. Two Ghosts by Harry Styles
We're not who we used to be / We're just two ghosts standing in the place of you and me / Trying to remember how it feels to have a heartbeat
17. Heal by Tom Odell
Take my mind / And take my pain / Like an empty bottle takes the rain
18. The Burden by Weeping Willows
Jealousy is such a heavy burden / Sneaks into my soul and never sleeps
19. 9 Crimes by Damien Rice
Leave me out with the waste / This is not what I do / It's the wrong kind of place / to be thinking of you
20. Falling by The Civil Wars
Please tell me you know / I've got to let you go / I can't help falling out of love with you.
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Who doesn't love a good old barbecue? Summertime with all the delicious grilled steaks and kabebs, along with juicy colorful veggies on top – a total bliss! Exactly, even the thought of grilling my favorite meat makes my mouth water. But, no matter how delicious and hearty a BBQ meal is, it's a total bummer when the meat falls through the grilling grates, and all the post-BBQ cleanup becomes your headache! That's exactly where these super easy to use grill sheets come in handy. As YRYM HT says, BBQ grill mat makes grill easier.
The YRYM HT BBQ Grill Mat is exactly what you need to dig into your go-to BBQ rib recipe this summer! The BBQ grill mats will not only change the way you grill your barbecues but also lessen your burden to clean up burnt on grease or charred remains. With these, non-stick and heat resistant BBQ mats now you can grill your favorite meats and veggies anytime you want. They prevent sauces and marinades from leaking through the grilling grates, reducing your messy grilling endeavor and avoiding the risk of dangerously nasty fire flare-ups.
How to use them?
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College is great.
But college is also expensive AF.
The cool thing about that is everyone knows that, and everyone — businesses included — knows college kids can't afford to spend *too* much money that they do NOT have. So you know that student ID you have?
It gets you college student discounts. Lots of them.
1. AMC Theaterswww.flickr.com
Discounted tickets on Thursdays
2. Apple Music
4. Regal Cinemascommons.wikimedia.org
Spotify Premium for $4.99/month!
6. New York Mets
$10 tickets with college ID.
7. AmazonPhoto by Andrew Stickelman on Unsplash
6 months free Amazon Prime Student (and 50% off afterwards)
Free pair of Beats with Mac purchase!
9. Best Buy
20-30% off shipping!
17. State Farm
10% off and bonus points!
20. Choice Hotels
22. Jiffy Lube
$10 or 10% off with college ID!
23. Barnes & Noblecommons.wikimedia.org
24. Inkjet Willy
10% off with coupon!
25. Wall Street Journal
$1/week for 15 weeks!
28. Champ Sports
10% off $50 purchase!
29. Charlotte Russe
10% off total purchase!
30. Forever 21
10% off full-price online purchase!
20% off on Tuesdays with college ID!
15% off with college ID!
33. Kate Spade
15% off with college ID!
37. Urban Outfitters
10% off with college ID
38. Vinyard Vines
15% off with college ID!
40. bd's Mongolian Grill
Student Night - $9.99 bowl of stir fry!
41. Buffalo Wild Wings
42. Burger King
43. Chik-fil-APersonal Photo
Free drink with a meal!
Free drink with a meal!
45. Dairy Queen
Student Meal Deal!
46. Dunkin Donuts
49. Taco Bell
50. Waffle Housewww.flickr.com
Other Miscellaneous Deals
52. Sam's Club
Discounts vary by location!
"Is it time to go home yet?"
Unlike most of the population, going to the beach is not something I look forward to when summer approaches. I know this sounds inhuman to most people, but there are a few others like me out there that would rather be anywhere, doing anything, other than going to the beach. However, if all of my friends are planning a beach day, I will suck it up. A couple weeks ago, I found myself doing just that, and here’s how it went:
5:30 a.m. – I should be asleep right now.
I already dislike most things about being at the beach, but the fact that I have to get up this early makes it all worse. Hearing my alarm go off at 5:30, I groan to myself. The beach doesn’t open until 8, but Cape Cod traffic is relentless. So much for a good night’s sleep. Do I even wear a bathing suit? None of mine are cute. Am I going to go in the water at all? Maybe I’ll just bring a lot of really good snacks.
8:00 a.m. – My feet are on fire!
We’ve arrived, and I start listing to myself everything that I could do without right now: the crowds of people, the wind, the smell of salt, the sun that is roasting my skin, the sand that is being flicked up my butt by my flip flops, the fact that I still have to squint even though I’m wearing sunglasses, pretty much everything. I take off my shoes and the sand feels like it is melting my toes off.
10:49 a.m. – It’s basically lunch time, right?
Everyone is in the water, but the idea of me swimming right now makes me laugh. I go down to the shore with them just to feel the water, but I immediately walk back to my chair. I can’t stop yawning, and my stomach growls. I eat my lunch…and then all my snacks… Now what?
1:15 p.m. – Is it time to go home yet?
How are all these people having fun? I’m sitting in my chair dripping in sweat, and I’ve barely moved a muscle all day. A baby starts crying nearby. All of my friends are still in the ocean. My phone is sitting inside a cooler because it had been overheating. I have no food left. I stare at a seagull that is walking by all of our bags. Maybe I’ll take a nap.
3:52 p.m. – I’m never doing this again.
I’ve applied aloe to my sunburn for the 8th time in the last hour. We are stuck in traffic 30 minutes from home. Sand is all over the floor of the car. I’ve never been this tired in my life, but hey, I spent time with my friends, and that’s what makes everything worthwhile.
1. Brittany Morgan, National Writer's Society
2. Radhi, SUNY Stony Brook
3. Kristen Haddox, Penn State University
4. Jennifer Kustanovich, SUNY Stony Brook
5. Clare Regelbrugge, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign