"Wet Dream Of The Week" Gabriel Bateman - 13 Year old, Gabriel Bateman has become one of those boys that you see in the movies who's 'creepy'...but he's too cute to be creepy, so you give him a pass and let him...like, stab you, or whatever! LOL! But from his outings in shows like "Outcast", "American Gothic", and "Lights Out" (ALL of which, you guys should check out!), it's pretty clear that this teen actor is going to be around for a long time to come! Wishing you luck, Gabriel! ((Hugz))
So, I'm still here kinda waiting for stuff to come, but I'm still writing like crazy! So, this Thursday, whether I get my files back or not, there will be a brand NEW series called "Fanfic" that I'll be posting here and on the site! No more waiting, I'm getting kinda anxious over here! :P
Anyway, I'm going to be doing emails all night tonight, and probably through most of tomorrow! So I hope to talk to you guys soon! Cool? I'll be hanging around between now and then!
ONE more video for the weekend... Then I actually need to get some school work done... :-p -- bwctwriter, 04:20:01 03/19/17 Sun
Now, I need to give you a little context here, because there's some lyrics I included to the song which aren't really part of the "music"... but they're an actual recorded radio transmission of between the lead singer of the band (at the time), David Gilmour, his flight instructor, and the tower, of an airport where Gilmour was... you guessed it, learning how to fly a plane. :-p
Honestly, it's my favorite part of the song. Complete with all the garbled radio static that even *I* can't understand. :-p
So yeah... I hope yall like it. Obviously, the song is about more than just "learning to fly a plane"... Which is why it's meaningful to me, and many others I'm sure... And I hope you all find some meaning in it too. :-)
For an 18yo he writes some strong songs he’s a teen that has a lot to say without the anger sort of just pointing out. The 1st song here is about gay and transgender schoolkids. The second song is about disillusionment with the way parents and older generation have let the world go. Lyrics in the description on Youtube. Check out some of his other songs.