“TEARS IN MY EYES” LYRICS WRITTEN BY SAM TUMBLIN


Can’t you see these tears in my eyes?
Cause I don’t want you to walk out of my life.
My heart is like shattered glass
That was drop with a moan and a gasp…..


Can’t you see these tears in my eyes?
Cause I don’t want you to walk out of my life.
My heart is like shattered glass
That was drop with a moan and a gasp
On and on they flow down
Till only the ground hear the sound
Of lost hopes and memories
And a love that was not meant to be
Chorus
Can you feel the tears coming down…
Cause my whole world is upside down
Can you feel the tears coming down…
Cause my whole world is upside down…

End Chorus
I need you back in my life
Cause my heart has so much strife
It feels so incomplete
Holding back these tears I can’t beat
My heart is like shattered glass
That was drop with a moan and a gasp
On and on they flow down
Till only the ground hear the sound
Chorus
Can you feel the tears coming down?
Cause my whole world is upside down
Can you feel the tears coming down…
Cause my whole world is upside down

End Chorus
Can you please help stop these tears?
From flowing down…
Can you please help stop these tears?
From flowing down…

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USA Today: ‘Super Mario’ makes his run at the smartphone market


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‘Super Mario’ makes his run at the smartphone market

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During the ascent of the Wii, Nintendo experimented with an idea.In 2009, it launched the Wii console game New Super Mario Bros., a modern spin on the classic franchise that featured the ability for four people to break blocks and scoop up mushrooms together.As Nintendo developers worked on the game, they tinkered with a simpler concept for Super Mario, using the Wii remote and a single button, only controlling how Mario jumps without worrying about his movement.That experiment will come to life as Nintendo’s first ever smartphone game. Next week, the video game publisher will launch Super Mario Run for the iPhone.Shigeru Miyamoto, the famed game designer who helped bring Mario and other Nintendo icons to life, says the original idea was sparked by concerns Super Mario games were becoming too complex for a segment of the audience. He cites the original Super Mario Bros. for the Nintendo Entertainment System, noting a big reason for its popularity was how easy it was to play.

USA Today: NASA eyes possibility of Delaware-sized iceberg off Antarctica


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NASA eyes possibility of Delaware-sized iceberg off Antarctica

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The National Aeronautics and Space Administration is keeping an eye on a 70-mile long rift in an Antarctica ice shelf that could eventually produce a Delaware-sized iceberg and contribute toward raised sea levels.The crack in the Larsen C ice shelf also is more than 300 feet wide and approximately a third of mile deep, according to the space agency. Once the crack goes all the way across, it could produce an iceberg the size of state between New Jersey and Maryland.That’s much larger by far than the iceberg that sank the Titanic. That one was estimated to be 200-400 feet long.An ice shelf is the floating part of a glacier. When it collapses, sea levels rise.

USA Today: Why only 38 cars are IIHS top safety picks


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Why only 38 cars are IIHS top safety picks

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After years in which automakers had to add high-tech features to get top ratings in its survey, the insurance industry’s safety arm is focusing on what many drivers will consider one of the lower-tech aspects of their cars — headlights.The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety said Thursday that it had stiffened the criteria for its highest safety honors, the Top Safety Pick Plus label, toughening standards for headlight performance.As a consequence, only 38 models from the 2017 model year have achieved the top score, down from 79 of 2016 models, IIHS reports. The group tracks about 200 models.”We’ve raised the bar,” IIHS President Adrian Lund said in an interview. “Automakers have not focused enough attention on whether or not headlamps are aimed such that they light up the road for the driver ahead of them.”