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Hands On Me

Hands On Me

I know where I wanna go tonight
Been thinking about it all day
I’ve been waiting on your paradise
Still only you know the way
I let a world outside our window
Do whatever it’s gonna do
We’ll have a body and soul revival
Right here in this room

When your lips touch mine I’m born again
If I never get to heaven, hell, I’ve already been
Lead me to salvation, girl, I’m down on my knees
Turn the lights off, slide your jeans off and put your hands on me

Chase your settle through the secret garden
You’ll be waiting for me there
I can whisper hallelujah, baby
But I don’t have a prayer

And only you can save me
From the crazy that you made me

When your lips touch mine I’m born again
If I never get to heaven, hell, I’ve already been
Lead me to salvation, girl, I’m down on my knees
Turn the lights off, slide your jeans off and put your hands on me

And only you can save me
From the crazy that you made me

Put your hands on me
Put your hands on me
Yeah, hands on me
Put your hands on me

When your lips touch mine I’m born again
If I never get to heaven, hell, I’ve already been
Lead me to salvation, girl, I’m down on my knees
Turn the lights off and slide your jeans off and put your hands on me
Yeah, turn the lights off, slide your jeans off and put your hands on me

Hands On Me‘ ~Darius Rucker~

I always think it’s interesting when a singer merges the genres of music, who knew Hootie, from Hootie and Blowfish fame, was just as good as a country singer as he was singing 90’s pop? When I first heard him singing country, or what passes for country today, I knew right away it was Hootie, his voice unmistakable to me. I like when a singer leaves his comfort zone and sings things that are so different than what they’re known for. Justin Timberlake with Chris Stapleton is one I especially enjoy, since rap and hip hop aren’t exactly my favourites I’d never really taken time to listen to JT’s voice, but he’s good. I know most Staind purists don’t like that Aaron Lewis went to the country side of the music spectrum, but music is so fluid now, with singers/songwriters always creating. It’s all art…….not all good in my estimation, but art is in the eye and the ear of the beholder.

I started seeing this pose awhile ago and I liked it right from the beginning, but I’m not sure Vrir felt the same way, even though it’s fairly ‘hands on’, to say the least! 😀 So, we sat there looking at this pose, and I’d already said I wasn’t going to take any pictures that day, he commented he didn’t think he could get a good shot of it. I tried some different angles and agreed, it’s not a pose that felt natural for us, but he persevered. Ultimately, we decided to collaborate for this shot, the photograph is all his, the angle and the lighting, I then took it and cropped and edited it in ‘Liz’ style, all dark and blurry!

The pose is a group gift from WRONG.

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