🎼 You turn me off at the push of a button – And you pretend that I don’t mean nothing – I’m not a saint; that’s easy to tell – But guess what, honey? You ain’t no angel – You like to scream; use words as a weapon – Well, go ahead take your best shot, woman – I wanna leave you – it’s easy to see;
But guess what, honey? It’s not that easy. 🎵
You turn me off at the push of a button, And you pretend that I don’t mean nothing. I’m not a saint; that’s easy to tell; But guess what, honey? You ain’t no angel.
You like to scream; use words as a weapon; Well, go ahead take your best shot, woman. I wanna leave you – it’s easy to see; But guess what, honey? It’s not that easy.
I wanna run and escape from your prison; But when I leave, I feel something is missing. I’m not afraid; that’s easy to tell; This can’t be heaven; It feels like I’m in hell.
You’re like a drug that I can’t stop taking; I want more and I can’t stop craving. I still want you; it’s easy to see; But guess what, honey? You’re not that good for me.
We get so complicated (complicated); This finger’s for our memories.
So rip my pictures from your wall; Tear them down and burn them all. Light the fire and walk away; There’s nothing left to say, so…
Take the ashes from the floor; Bury them to just make sure That nothing more is left of me – Just bittersweet memories.
Just bittersweet memories…
There’s nothing left to say. There’s nothing left to say.
Bullet For My Valentine, Bittersweet Memories Lyrics by Don Gilmore, Jason James, Michael Paget, Michael Thomas & Matthew Tuck
Hazelnuts are nutritious nuts used to make oil, praline, chocolate truffles and Nutella. Also known as cobnuts or filberts, these edibles have also been studied for their effect on memory. Iranians are said to use hazelnuts on their traditional remedy for Alzheimer’s disease.
The hazelnut, also known as cobnut or filbert, is an edible nut used to make oil, praline and chocolate truffles. It is also the ingredient for Nutella.
Hazelnuts, of the Corylus Avellana species, are rich in protein, dietary fiber, vitamin E, thiamin, phosphorus, manganese and magnesium. They also have B vitamins, vitamin K, calcium, zinc and potassium; as well as fats – monounsaturated, polyunsaturated and saturated. (1)
A cobnut is a type of hazelnut that is larger and has a distinct flavor. It is traditionally grown in Kent (thus, called Kentish cobnuts) but now, there are other commercial orchards within United Kingdom. (2)
Hazelnuts are ready for harvesting around August 20th, which happens to be the feast day of France’s St. Philbert. Thus, Catholic European hazelnut eaters, began calling those nuts as filberts. However, some historians believe that filbert came from vollbart, the German word for full beard, that which resembles a hazelnut husked shell. Typically though, filbert refers to commercially cultivated crops of hazelnuts. (3)
Hazelnuts and memory
Hazelnuts have been studied for their effect on memory as Iranians traditionally use it to remedy Alzheimer’s disease (AD). The results showed memory improvement on hazelnut-fed lab rats, as well as reduced anxiety in their behavior. Overall findings suggest that hazelnut dietary supplements could treat AD and improve healthy aging. (4)