The Very Best of Roberta Flack. Ghetto Fabolous [Clean]. Trade It All, Pt. Street Dreams [19 Tracks]. Lockjaw [Album Version]. I Wouldn't Trade Christmas. A Night on the Town [Bonus Tracks]. Trade Winds [Early Versions]. The Studio Albums:
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Song Engagement with the Outside World
Camels, loaded with goods, about to exit the city through the gate, Beijing qingming scroll. Get a closer look at the street life around the city gate, on left third of scroll, find camels at left of gate. Trade between the Song dynasty and its northern neighbors was stimulated by the payments Song made to them. The Song set up supervised markets along the border to encourage this trade.
It was written by the band's main songwriting team, Carole Pope and Kevan Staples. Although the song uses the title of the film High School Confidential , as well as references which suggest that the song is set in a similar time frame, the lyrics do not strongly resemble the film's drug-related plot. Instead, the song's narrator is a student observing a sexy female classmate, a "cool blonde scheming bitch" whose activities suggest that she may be having sexual relations with adult men, including the high school principal.