♬ Francesca Michielin – bonsoir

LYRIC

Basta spostare l’accento, l’àncora diventa ancòra
Mi scorre un fiume, alzo il volume, cambio colore
Tu arrivi come una freccia, io con una mela in testa
Scioglimi al sole, portami a bere vicino al mare
Tramonti, tremano luci come diamanti
Le croci verdi delle farmacie
Sempre lì le paranoie quando mi guardi
Io mi perdo
Bassa marea, Mont Saint-Michel in centro a Napoli
Giriamo a vuoto, poi ci troviamo come miracoli
Bonsoir, my love, scriverò di te
Lungo queste strade
Che mi parlano di te, eh-eh, eh-eh, eh-eh
Che mi parlano di te, eh-eh, eh-eh, eh-eh
Yeah, yeah
Yeah, yeah
Ridiamo senza motivo, prendi per mano il destino
Figli di un’ombra nella mattina che ci rivela
Tramonti, tremano luci, sembra diamante
Il ghiaccio a terra di una pescheria
Ora che tutto è diverso quando ti specchi nei miei occhi
Bassa marea, Mont Saint-Michel in centro a Napoli
Giriamo a vuoto, poi ci troviamo come miracoli
Bonsoir, my love, scriverò di te
Lungo queste strade
Che mi parlano di te, eh-eh, eh-eh, eh-eh
Che mi parlano di te, eh-eh, eh-eh, eh-eh
Balla fino all’alba, nananana-nanana-na
Stenditi al sole, quando piove non ci pensare
Balla fino all’alba, nananana-nanana-na
Stenditi al sole
Bassa marea, Mont Saint-Michel in centro a Napoli
Giriamo a vuoto, poi ci troviamo come miracoli
Bonsoir, my love, scriverò di te
Lungo queste strade
Che mi parlano di te, eh-eh, eh-eh, eh-eh
Che mi parlano di te, eh-eh, eh-eh, eh-eh
Basta spostare l’accento, l’àncora diventa ancòra
Torno nel fiume, tutto è cambiato
Ma in fondo è uguale

Puerto Rico Constitution Day

Law #1 of August 4, 1952 of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico established a full state holiday on July 25 of every year, to be known as Puerto Rico Constitution Day. The holiday commemorates the day the Constitution of Puerto Rico, approved on July 3, 1952, was signed into law by Governor Luis Muñoz Marín the same year.

Up to then, July 25 had been a holiday in Puerto Rico, known as “Occupation Day”, to commemorate the arrival of United States military forces on July 25, 1898 in an area of the municipality of Yauco that in the early 20th century would become the separate municipality of Guánica.

The government of Puerto Rico holds a commemorative ceremony every year, the most recent of which was held at the Puerto Rico Department of State headquarters building, the “Edificio de la Real Intendencia”, in Old San Juan with the mayor of Yauco, Abel Nazario, as the keynote speaker and Supreme Court Associate Justice Edgardo Rivera Garcia in charge of the reading of the Constitution’s Preamble.

♬ Solardo x Vintage Culture x LOWES – Adidas & Pearls

LYRIC

She’s flashing pearls and Adidas
Only turned eighteen last weekend
And she truly believes that
She’s got time on her side
And now it’s four in the morning
And her friend’s in the store
And they take turns in calling
Her higher state of mind

She’s feeling electric baby
Checking the mirror now
She’s about to break some hearts
Gonna fix now baby
One of them passing rounds
Suddenly it all goes dark

There’s something in the water
She’s just somebody’s girl
In Adidas and pearls
But there’s something in the water
She doesn’t need your help
In trying to lose herself

Have a little patience with yourself
You’re not a racehorse, darling
There’s something in the water
She’s just somebody’s daughter

(But there’s something in the water)

(But there’s something in the water)

She’s feeling electric baby
Checking the mirror now
She’s about to break some hearts
Gonna fix now baby
One of them passing rounds
Suddenly it all goes dark

There’s something in the water
She’s just somebody’s girl
In Adidas and pearls
But there’s something in the water
She doesn’t need your help
In trying to lose herself

Have a little patience with yourself
You’re not a racehorse, darling
But there’s something in the water

(But there’s something in the water)

She doesn’t need your help
In trying to lose herself

Have a little patience with yourself
You’re not a racehorse, darling
But there’s something in the water
She’s just somebody’s daughter