The song lyric:
As I was slowly passing an orphan's home one day.
And stopped there for a moment just to watch the children play.
Alone a boy was standing and when I asked him why
he turned with eyes that could not see and he began to cry.
I'm nobody's child
I'm nobody's child
Just like a flower I'm growing wild.
No mommy's kisses and no daddy's smile
nobody wants me
I'm nobody's child.
People come for children and take them for their own.
But they all seem to pass me by and I'm left here all alone.
I know they'd like to take me but when they see I'm blind
they always take some other child and I am left behind.
No mommy's arms to hold me or soothe me when I cry.
Sometimes it gets so lonely I wish that I could die.
I'd walk the streets of heaven where all the blinds can see.
And just like all the other kids there'd be a home for me.
A scene from the 1985 film Sotto il Vestito Niente, AKA Nothing Underneath. The track playing is Karen Young's "Hot For You" *******www.discogs****/release/267809
Drama / Joe Henry es un adolescente de 14 años del estado de Nueva York que trata de arreglárselas como puede, sintiendo el peso del mundo sobre sus hombros; su padre es un alcohólico, y su madre apenas es incapaz de mantener a la familia unida. Reparto: Noah Fleiss, Karen Young, John Leguizamo, Ethan Hawke, Val Kilmer, Amy Wright
"No Exit" is a song by the American new wave band Blondie. It was the title track from their seventh studio album in 1999 and was released as a single in the U.S. and parts of Europe, but not the U.K..
The song is a fusion of Classical, Rock and Hip hop music, using an interpolation of Johann Sebastian Bach's Toccata and Fugue in D minor. It features rapper Coolio exchanging raps with Debbie Harry.
The single was released as a special tour souvenir CD. The released CD contains remixes of "No Exit", "Maria", "Nothing Is Real but the Girl" and a cover of Karen Young's 1978 disco hit "Hot Shot". A video was released for one of the "No Exit" remixes, which featured Inspectah Deck, U-God and Mobb Deep instead of Coolio.
The Loud Allstar Rock Remix featured in the film "200 Cigarettes" (1999)
The clip the truth about latura comes out from Daylight (1996) with Danielle Harris, Karen Young
All I know is I've got a 14-year-old, and her life means more than anything.
So I wanna be involved in any decisions. Am I clear, Mr. Latura ?
That's fair enough.
Latura ? I read about you.
It was in the papers. Some kind of scandal ?
What kind of scandal ?
Not the kind that matters down here.
I beg to differ, Mr. Latura. Scandals matter to Mrs. Trilling and myself.
Excuse me, ma'am, what kind of scandal ?
He was chief of the Emergency Medical Service.
Some people got killed, and he was involved. That's all I remember.
What about it, Latura ? Is that true ?
I asked you a question, and I want to know the answer !
Is it true ? Is that true ?
Hey ! Hey !
Let's remember that he came down here to help us,
so let's stop focusing on him and focus on the problem !
I'm sorry, Mr. Latura. That was very rude.
Rude ? What is this, some kind of goddamn New York country club ?
Watch your mouth.
You don't have a child down here !
And his past may have a great deal to do with our future !
We're gonna drown down here, and he's all we've got !
If I'm all you've got, why don't you meet me halfway ? Is that fair enough ?
Are we gonna drown ?
From the movie Heat - To exact revenge, Holly (Karen Young) threatens to pull a 'Lorena Bobbitt' on Danny DeMarco (Neill Barry).
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The story returns to the Brody family in Amity Island. Martin Brody had died of a heart attack, although his widow, Ellen Brody (Lorraine Gary), claims that "it was the fear [of the shark] that killed him." She discusses with her youngest son Sean (Mitchell Anderson), and his fiance Tiffany (Mary Smith), arrangements for the Christmas season. Now working as a police deputy in Amity, Sean is dispatched to clear a log from a buoy. As he does so, he is attacked by a shark. He is killed as his screams are drowned out by the carol singers on the island.
Ellen is convinced that the shark had deliberately targeted Sean due to some evil curse, and visits her eldest son, Michael (Lance Guest), in the Bahamas. Michael now works as a marine biologist. Fearing he will be attacked next by the shark, Ellen hopes to convince him to take up a new job on dry land. She meets Hoagie (Michael Caine), and they begin dating. Michael's wife Carla (Karen Young) is an artist and one day during her art exhibit, Ellen's granddaughter Thea (Judith Barsi) asks if she can go out on a banana boat with her friend Margaret and her mother (Diane Hetfield). The shark attacks the boat with Thea on it. The shark ends up devouring Margaret's mother in the process with blood flying everywhere, leaving Thea unharmed, but in a state of shock. Ellen becomes convinced that the shark has tracked her family to the Bahamas. She takes a boat out to sea on her own, intent on confronting and killing the shark to break the curse, or sacrificing herself hoping the shark will leave her family alone.
The shark leaps out of the water to attack Jake (Mario Van Peebles)
Hoagie flies Michael and his friend Jake (Mario Van Peebles) out to sea so that they can find Ellen quickly. Hoagie lands the plane on the sea, but the shark sinks it. Looking out for the shark while using a device that emits electromagnetic impulses to drive the shark mad, Jake moves to the end of the prow. The shark unexpectedly leaps from the surface of the water to grab Jake, biting into him and dragging him beneath the surface in a gory fashion. The device causes the shark to repeatedly leap out of the water and Ellen steers the boat directly for the shark, impaling it on the broken bowsprit, which somehow causes it to explode. After killing the shark, they find Jake mauled but alive. Near the end of the film, Ellen is relieved that the curse of the shark is no longer on her family. The film ends as Hoagie flies Ellen back to Amity Island.
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0:00 Daftendirekt (Recorded live at Fuse Party in Gent)
2:44 Wdpk 83.7 fm (Broadcasted by Daft Punk)
3:12 Revolution 909 (Declenchee by Daft Punk)
8:38 Da Funk (Funked up by Daft Punk)
14:08 Phoenix (Preached by Daft Punk)
19:06 Fresh (Surfed up by Daft Punk)
23:10 Around The World (Dispatched by Daft Punk)
30:19 Rollin' & Scratchin' (Rolled & scratched by Daft Punk)
37:48 Teachers (Learned by Daft Punk)
40:41 High Fidelity (E.Q'd by Daft Punk)
46:43 Rock 'n' Roll (Twisted by Daft Punk)
54:18 Oh Yeah (Shouted by Daft Punk, introducing special guests DJ Deelat and DJ Crabbe)
56:19 Burnin' (Set on fire by Daft Punk)
1:03:16 Indo Silver Club (Hosted by Daft Punk) [This track contains a sample of "Hot Shot" performed by Karen Young, courtesy of Sunshine Entertainment]
1:07:47 Alive (Created by Daft Punk)
1:13:03 Funk Ad (Added by Daft Punk)
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EXTRAÑA COMPASIÓN (MERCY, 2000)
La detective Catharine Palmer (Hellen Barkin),investiga una serie de brutales asesinatos en los que las víctimas, todas mujeres, aparecen encadenadas y torturadas salvajemente. Palmer se implica más y más en el mundo secreto del sadomasoquismo, las relaciones lésbicas y la disciplina para poder atrapar al asesino. En un mundo como este, no existe la compasión. Con Ellen Barkin, Peta Wilson, Julian Sands, Wendy Crewson, Karen Young y dirección de Damian Harris.