51: ‘Bleeding Love’ by Leona Lewis

Ink and Harmony got married years ago.

As Harmony predicted, no one believed in their ability to last. And to be fair, Harmony wasn’t a fan of long-term commitment when they met. She had closed herself off from love because she didn’t need the pain from heartbreak. She has tried that once or twice, and it didn’t do her any good. And as time passed, her heart froze.

But with Ink, for the first time, she has found something true. Her heart melted completely.

Everyone thought she had gone crazy when she accepted Ink’s proposal. But she didn’t care. She was in love with him, They tried to get her to back out, so she wouldn’t get herself hurt, but they didn’t understand. It’s not easy for her to open up and they work for it every day for it to work, but it’s worth it.

She loved him so much, she was bleeding love.

They still try to make her doubt, talking so loudly, she has to listen, doubt herself.

But in the end, nothing’s greater than the rush that comes with being in his embrace. His is the face she sees in a world of loneliness.

So she would keep working on keeping the cold from reentering her heart and the doubt to reach her mind.

They would be married, no matter what anyone said.

Link to video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7_weSk0BonM

Link to lyrics: http://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/leonalewis/bleedinglove.html

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34: ‘The Lazy Song’ by Bruno Mars

Ink was a young, uneducated man, before the met Harmony. He was unmotivated and mostly just laid around.

Most of his days looked like this:

He would just lay in his bed, ignoring his phone entirely. Kick his feet up, stare at the fan.

He would be lounging on the couch, just chilling in his snuggie. He would click to MTV, so they could teach him how to dougie. There was no one around to tell him, he couldn’t.

In summary, he would spend his day in bed watching television.

Occasionally he switched it up. He would do some P90X, pick up a girl and have some really nice sex (for her as well).

He always said he might get a college degree and make his father proud.

Now he has Harmony. He can still have a lazy day. Days, where he’ll strut around in his birthday suit with unkempt hair and everything hanging loose, doing nothing at all.

Link to video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fLexgOxsZu0

Link to lyrics: http://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/brunomars/thelazysong.html

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31: ‘I Write Sins Not Tragedies’ by Panic! At The Disco

Harmony and Ink are talking about the future of their relationship. They talk about the potential of getting married.

Harmony remarks on how everyone would gossip endlessly about her past as a ”whore”, as they would call it.

Ink reassure her by telling her, how he would deal with it by acting it out for her: ”Well imagine, as I’m pacing the pews in a church corridor, and  I can’t help but hear an exchanging of words: ‘What a beautiful wedding!’ says a bridesmaid to a waiter, ‘Yes, but what a shame the poor groom’s bride is a whore.’. I chime in with a ‘Haven’t you people ever heard of closing the goddamn door?!’ ”

His point is that he wouldn’t listen. Having settled that, Ink concludes rationally that they have avoided any problems, they might have had and proposes to Harmony. She happily says yes. They celebrate with champagne.

Link to video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vc6vs-l5dkc

Link to lyrics: http://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/panicatthedisco/iwritesinsnottragedies.html

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26: ‘A to the B’ by Infernal

Harmony’s new perspective on guys is a result not only of her youth but also of her first experiences outside the country song of her youth.

At first, she was once coy, using persuasion to get guys. The guys loved it. But it was hard work for her and easy for them . They merely had to show pleasure in seeing her (and they couldn’t hide that anyway, so that was not impressive…). One guy, in particular, took advantage of it. She was head over heels for him, he kept denying he an actual relationship.

She got fed up with that and decided to be demanding and expect the guys to do the work of charming her from then on.

She brings this attitude with her to work, where she manages to combine demands and acting coy to get the boss to treat her well.  She gains control over him as well as other male coworkers with words alone: ”You see, it seems to me that all us strong, independent women make men lazy.  All of a sudden, they think they don’t have to court us properly.  But boys let me tell you something: there’s nothing like a man who knows how to treat a lady.”

They will do anything for her. Cross an ocean, cross a sea…

They take notice of that and promote her to become the boss.

She’s brilliant at it and motivates them to work hard for her.

Link to video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jfnWgNm5Om0

Link to lyrics: http://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/infernal/atotheb.html

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24: ‘The Bad Touch’ by Bloodhound Gang

I can’t do this song justice in a non-explicit post, so I’m placing it after ‘continue reading’.

Here’s a non-explicit sum up: Harmony and Ink continued meeting in the manner at which they met. They were both pleased with this arrangement.

Here’s the censored video, so that you may judge whether or not the explicit post is for you: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xat1GVnl8-k

Also sorry for the late post. I’ve had a busy week.

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22: ‘Worth It’ by Fifth Harmony ft. Kid Ink

Natasha’s friend, Harmony, had responded to their youth differently – by taking firm control of the situation. She didn’t just accept getting hit on, she openly sought it out. And she demanded that they were worthy of her time and attention.

So while Natasha was busy rejecting her admirer, Harmony was busy negotiating tonight’s terms with a guy named Ink elsewhere in the dark club. .He initially approached her and said: “Ooh I love your style”. She caught on and began encouraging him to convince her to consider him. So she acted shy, but still it was blatantly obvious that she wasn’t. Ink saw right trough it and called her out on. He talked big about his intentions of taking her home and she called him on them by telling him to meet her outside.

They do and find a bed to share. She was open to his suggestions, but if he didn’t have any ideas, she could talk him trough how rough she liked it.

Link to video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YBHQbu5rbdQ

Link to lyrics: http://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/fifthharmony/worthit.html

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21: ‘No’ by Meghan Trainor

Natasha’s youth made her unwilling to being hit on. She considered herself untouchable. It has nothing to do with the individual guys – they might be sweet enough, but it’s simply not something she prioritised.

One time a shy guy attempted, encouraged by his friends. She rejected him before he even had a chance to speak.

This guy, however, wasn’t giving up, even as she kept turning down his compliments and attempts to ask her to dance, believing it to be him using deceiving means to achieve his ends.

He refused to give up, so she responded the way, she always did and encouraged her female friends to respond as well: ”My name is No, my sign is No and my number is No. You need to let it go.”

Link to video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cMTAUr3Nm6I

Link to lyrics: http://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/meghantrainor/n.html

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18: ‘9 to 5’ by Dolly Parton

Natasha works for Service and Devotion, owned by Them.

This is her daily routine:

She tumbles out of bed and stumbles to the kitchen. Yawning and stretching she tries to come to life. She jumps in the shower and feels the blood start pumping. Out on the street, the traffic starts jumping, as she makes her way to her 9 to 5-job.

She’s ambitious and works hard, but still barely gets by.Her boss gets all the credit, while she and her coworkers and friends, one of which is her friend from her youth, do all the work, leading to them basically putting money in his pocket, making him richer every day. She fully believes, this is his game and doesn’t listen to anyone telling her otherwise.

She both wants and thinks, she deserves a fat promotion, but the boss won’t seem to let her get it (she swears, at it sometimes feels like he’s out to get her personally…).

They allow the workers to dream of a better life but never lets them actually achieve it. They got them exactly where they want them and just need them to dream that they can get further, so they will work harder. They use the boss and his behaviour as a means to shatter the worker’s dreams in front of their eyes.

But They can’t convince Natasha to give up her dream. One day her ship will come in, the tide is going to turn and it’s all going to roll her way.

 

Link to video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UbxUSsFXYo4

Link to lyrics: http://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/dollyparton/9to5.html

 

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17: ‘Girl in a Country Song’ by Maddie & Tae

Natasha spent her youth in a country song. There wasn’t much respect in being a girl. There used to be, but now, girls weren’t good for anything other than looking good for the guys. They had to wear a bikini top and painted-on, cut-off jeans and walk around barefooted.

The guys didn’t even call the girls by their names. They simply called out ‘hey girl’, when they wanted them over to sit with them on their tailgate. The girls were really just supposed to climb up in the guys’ trucks, keep their mouths shut and ride along, whether they wanted to or not – and consider themselves lucky to get that.

Natasha and her friend weren’t going to take it anymore. They rejected any advances and announced their displeasure with the system publicly by mocking it.

Link to audio: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WBmuUaxlaC8

Link to lyrics: http://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/maddietae/girlinacountrysong.html

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