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It's better than I write, remember every night

Post  akaishuu on Sat Dec 04, 2010 7:00 am



Sick of you, how old do you think you are?
Never move, you think everything's too far
Telling you you're a fool, but you don't wanna know
Thinking through and let me tell you, you're not even close...yeah I tell ya

I can't stay you're in the way, so listen when I'm talking
It's better than I write, remember every night
Say to me you might, be the one

What kept you, I'm not bothered anymore
Can't place it, get me heading for the door
Foot down, you know I like to look outside
You found it, you found something that you like...yeah I tell ya

I can't stay you're in the, so listen when I'm talking
Tell me when I should, i don't drink in your pub
What makes you think I work round your ohhhhohhhhhhhh

Don't feel bad, don't look back, don't feel bad
Don't feel bad and don't look back, I don't feel bad

Shame on you, you hate everything thats new
Look down your nose at everything I do
You catch on years later, you're not even slow
Can't stay have a good time, now I've gotta go

I can't stay you're in the way, so listen when I'm talking
It's better than I write, remember every night
Say to me I might, when I'm talking
Go look in a book, tell me when I should
Makes you think I would when I'm talking
It's better than I write, remember every night
Say to me I might when I won't!
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Re: It's better than I write, remember every night

Post  nirvana on Mon Dec 06, 2010 1:50 am

India and France to hold key nuclear talks

The two countries are likely to sign an agreement on nuclear reactors
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French President Nicolas Sarkozy is due to hold key talks on civil nuclear cooperation with Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.

The two parties are expected to sign an agreement for the construction of two French nuclear reactors in India, during the meeting in Delhi.

France is a leading world exporter of civilian nuclear technology.

Mr Sarkozy is on a four-day official visit to India. On Saturday, he visited a space research facility in Bangalore.

The president has backed India's bid for a permanent seat at the UN Security Council and supported India's membership of the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), a gathering of countries which export civil nuclear technology.

Reports say that the two countries are likely to sign an agreement paving the way for two French reactors worth nearly 6.3bn ($10bn) to be constructed in the western Indian state of Maharashtra.

Correspondents say that the deal will be good news for India - which is desperately short of energy to fuel its booming economy.

France is the world's second largest producer of nuclear energy after the United States.

It hopes to be at the forefront of an international revival of the industry which analysts say will benefit from worries about global warming and soaring energy prices.

India has 22 nuclear reactors and is seeking to expand its nuclear energy sector, opening up a market estimated at 90bn ($142bn) over 15 years.

The country - now seen as a strategic partner for both the European Union and the US - has a population of 1.1 billion.

It gets only a tiny fraction of its electricity from nuclear power.

Supporters of the deal say that having more nuclear plants in India could help reduce global demand for oil and gas while at the same time significantly reducing the country's pollution levels.







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