A part of a song which links a verse or the chorus to another verse or the chorus. Usually distinguished by a slightly different instrumental, e.g. a changing guitar riff, or a thinner drumline
James Brown: "Bobby! Should I take 'em to the bridge? Take 'em to the bridge? (Go 'head!) hit me now! Come on! Stay on the scene, a-like a sex machine!"
Known to many (with good reason!) as "the Godfather of Soul", James Brown was born May 3, 1933 in Macon, GA, USA. He is an all time R&B legend, with over 116 charted hits during his career. He has 96 top 100 hits.
Well known James Brown lyrics:
"This is a man's world, this is a man's world
But it wouldn't be nothing, nothing without a woman or a girl"
"Whoa-oa-oa! I feel good, I knew that I would, now
I feel good, I knew that I would, now
So good, so good, I got you"
"Come here sister.....Papa's in the swing
He ain't too hip...about that new breed babe
He ain't no drag
Papa's got a brand new bag"
"Get up, (get on up)
Get up, (get on up)
Stay on the scene, (get on up), like a sex machine, (get on up)"
The next level in the progression of the "your mother" insults, after "your mother's mother" or "your mother's face". Should be used in the same meaningless fashion as "your mother", perhaps when you've run out of insults, or need a step up from the lame "your mother" insult already directed at you.
Person 1: What up
Person 2: Your mother
Person 1: Yeah well your mother's mother
Person 2: OHHH well your mother's mother's FACE!
Person 3: BURN!! He's got you there...
Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is the most common disabling neurological condition affecting young adults. Around 85,000 people in the UK alone have MS.
MS is the result of damage to myelin - a protective sheath surrounding nerve fibres of the central nervous system. When myelin is damaged, this interferes with messages between the brain and other parts of the body.
For some people, MS is characterised by periods of relapse and remission while for others it has a progressive pattern. For everyone, it makes life unpredictable.
GBP currency: The queen's head is printed on one side of every coin and note of British sterling currency.
"My eyes on the prize seen,
Not the pot of gold,
At the end of the rainbow I want the bumbaclaat doe.
So I can go up town, and spend,
Dem queen's heads in the West End..."
Dettwork South-East by Blak Twang
Used to describe something or sometime with a disturbing quality
- Ey that presenter from countdown died yesterday
- Whoa...that's pretty dark, homeboi