Turning to Watkins he said: “Those who have appeared in these courts over many years see a large number of horrific cases. "You, Watkins, achieved fame and success as the lead singer of Lostprophets. "Away from the highlights of your public performances lay a dark and sinister side." The sentence was greeted by shouts of 'yes' from the public gallery.
A senior detective described Watkins as potentially the most dangerous sex offender ever encountered.
A woman, in a happy-go-lucky tone, sings, "Put in my mouth / My motherfuckin' mouth." Easy to sing along to. In a video that now looks very bizarre, Ginuwine grinds, winds, and thrusts with an open shirt at a rodeo bar full of cowboys..this was your song! Take the opening line of this tune from the kings of Freak-&-B: "Every time I close my eyes / I wake up feelin' so horny." Every time? Your young ears should never have heard more than that.
Did your parents stop you from singing, "If you're horny / Let's do it / Ride it, my pony / My saddle's waiting / Come and jump on it"? Say it with me: "I'm Shock G: The one who put the satin on your panties." If you were wearing satin panties in '93, you were ahead of us all, girlfriend!
Annie Hall begins with Alvy speaking directly to the camera.
The story flashes forward to a year or two before the present, when Alvy is heavily involved with Annie, an aspiring singer, who shows up unapologetically late for their movie date.If this speaks anything about the future of rap, it's to say: no one knows what's coming.Where the sources are so disconnected, though, it goes without saying that these are the verses and hooks that brought us all together.Annie Hall’s story unfolds out of chronological order, with events connected to one another by phrases or images rather than cause-and-effect relationships.This jumpiness makes sense within the film, however, as the story is told in retrospect, with Alvy, as the narrator, attempting to make sense of his relationship with Annie within the context of his entire life.