Oh Jimmy – hide… great!

Taking me high up where I’ve never been before
I’m holding it back, just one sec, I won’t be long
You’re just a hideaway, you’re just a feeling
You let my heart escape, beyond the meaning
Not even I can’t find a way to stop the storm
Oh, baby, it’s out of my control, it’s going home
You’re just a chance I take to keep on dreaming
You’re just another day that keeps me breathing
Baby, I love the way that there’s nothing sure
Baby, don’t stop me, hide away with me some more!
Uh, you send me the shiver and the spine might overflow
You’re bringing me closer to the edge of letting go
You’re just a hideaway, you’re just a feeling
You let my heart escape, beyond the meaning
Cover my head into the clouds I’m heading home
When you get me going I can’t find a way to stop
You’re just a chance I take to keep on dreaming
You’re just another day that keeps me breathing
You’re just a chance I take to keep on dreaming
You’re just another day that keeps me breathing
Hide away with me some more
You’re just a feeling
You’re just a feeling
You’re just a feeling
Cover my head into the clouds I’m heading home
When you get me going I can’t find a way to stop
You’re just a chance I take to keep on dreaming
You’re just another day that keeps me breathing
You’re just a hideaway, you’re just a feeling

About Shantal’s Ayran

Originalposting by Mr. Boo and now a posting by Shantal

Let’s talk about Shantal’s Ayran:

  • The delicious refreshment drink AYRAN comes originally from the Caucasus and from Anatolia. The natural raw materials for the production of Ayran are yogurt, water and salt, when prepared by the diligent housewife. The food industry supplying us also likes milk permeate. Ayran tastes great with powerful food, is thirst-quenching and very refreshing!
  • The daily enjoyment of Ayran gives the housewife NiNA a lot of energy and therefore allows her the opportunity to do some good sports besides the valuable housework. The daily handstand training of NiNA (no she is not called Ayse!) Is welcome here.
  • Anyone who speaks badly about Ayran insults everyone who likes to drink Ayran. Therefore it has happened that in Turkey the offense of Ayran (and the Ayran drinking people) has been punished! So NiNA not aka Ayse is given a small insulating tape and is not in a position to talk badly about our good, easy Ayran.