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About Cruiser_SanJuan

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  • Birthday 01/09/1969
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    Houston, Home of USS Texas BB-35
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    World of Warships, Navies of the World, Naval Battles 1900 - 1945, Pacific War, US Navy, Japan Maritime Self Defense Force, Royal Navy, Anime, Kantai Collection, Warship Girls, Azur Lane, Victory Belles, Pacific, Classic Rock, The Beatles, Designing stuff and "fixing" songs in my computer, Old Radio shows

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  1. You can't run away forever
    But there's nothing wrong with getting a good head start.
    You want to shut out the night

    You want to shut down the sun

    you want to shut away the pieces of a broken heart.

    Think of how we'd lay down together

    We'd be listening to the radio so loud and so strong.
    Every golden nugget coming like a gift of the gods.
    Someone must have blessed us when he gave us those songs

    I treasure your love
    I never want to lose it

    You've been through the fires of hell
    And I know you've got the ashes to prove it.
    I treasure your love

    I want to show you how to use it

    You've been through a lot of pain in the dirt
    And I know you've got the scars to prove it.

    Remember everything that I told you
    And I'm telling you again that it's true.
    When you're alone and afraid and you're completely amazed
    To find there's nothing anybody can do

    Keep on believing
    And you'll discover baby:

    There's always something magic

    There's always something new

    And when you really
    really need it the most
    That's when rock and roll dreams come through.
    The beat is yours forever
    the beat is always new

    And when you really
    really need it the most
    That's when rock and roll dreams come through . . . for you.

    (Jim Steinman - 1981)