Black Cats – Yeki bood yeki nabood – Video, Lyrics and translation

The new Iranian Black Cats band founded by Shahbal Shabpareh has released it’s latest album called Dimbology on 16th April  2009.

More on Black Cats (From Wikipedia) : … The band play a traditional upbeat style of Persian pop music, but are also known to bring in Jazz, R&B, Hip-Hop, Rave and Rapcore influences into their music as well…. The most famous and successful members were Pyruz and David (1992- 1999)… In 2008, Shahbol recruited new members for the band, “Sami” and “Eddie” and recorded an album called “Dimbology”.

… Discography:

  • 1992: Pool
  • 1994: Fever
  • 1995: Dance Mix
  • 1996: Spell of The Cats
  • 1999: Cinderella
  • 2003: The Popfather
  • 2006: Scream Of The Cats
  • 2009: Dimbology


[HD] Video Music:

Here’s the latest video music by Black Cats,  “Yeki bood yeki nabood” (There was a time…)

If you like the music, you can buy the whole album at a very impressive price on Caltex Records Online Store.

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“Black Cats – Yeki bood yeki nabood” Lyrics and Translation:


Are Manam, Are Manam, Are Manam Dooset Daram

(Yes me too, Yes me too, yes I love you too)


Yeki Bood Yeki Nabood Ta Shoro Shod Ghessamon, Midoonestam Ke Taki Mese Mahe Asemoon

(There was a time that our story began, I knew you were unique like the moon of the sky)

Midoonestam To Azizam Ghadre Eshgho Midooni

(I knew that you, my dear, know the value of love)

Midoonestam To Hamooni Ke Hamishe Mimooni

(I knew that you are the one who will always stay)


{Chorus}

Are Manam Dooset Daram Mahale Tanhat Bezaram

(Yes me too I love you, impossible to leave you)

To Vasleye Joone Mani Manam Faghat Toro Daram

(You’re a part of me and I got only you)

{/Chorus}

Gheyre Doos Dashtane To Dige Chizi Nadaram

(Apart loving you, I’ve nothing else to do)

Hame Omramam Toi o Bi To Man Kam Miaram

(You’re all my life and without you I won’t be fit)


Mahe Man Vase Man Az To Behtar Kasi Nist

(My moon, there’s noone better than you for me)

Bia Too Ketabe Eshgh Fasli Taze Benevis

(Come and start a new chapter in the book of love)

Begoo Manam Dooset Daram; Mahale Tanhat Bezaram

(Say “Me too, I love you, Impossible to leave you”)

To Vasleye Joone Mani, Manam Faghat Toro Daram

(You’re a part of me, and I’ve got only you)

{Chorus}


Tak Take Sanieham Ba To Royayi Mishe

(All my moments are beautiful dreams with you)

Too Sokoote Lahzeham Bebin Che Ghoghayi Mishe

(In my moments of silence, see the disasters)

Rooye Cheshmam Ja Dari Age Mennat Bezari

(I’ll put you on my eyes if you’d honor me)

Mano Az Khodet Bedoonio Begi Doosam Dari

(to take me as your dear and tell me that you love me)

{Chorus}


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Ref:

http://www.caltexrecords.com/

http://www.iranzik.com/articles.php?article_id=1303

Making money online, avoiding the scams

Making money online…

Making money online is one of the most researched topics for many of web developpers, bloggers and website owners. It takes a lot of efforts to produce quality content and get enough traffic, to be able to rank better in search results and improve your different ranking factors. After a while of being online, website owners will get advertising offers from different companies, which might be interesting at first.

Well, this is a good sign, as it means that your site is getting some interest and attention; but it’s also an alert, warning you to be cautious.


There are lots of scams out there, which try to fool you by offering great business opportunities and make you run some ads or malicious scripts on your website. They (the scammers) will try to get detailed information about you, your website, personal details and even your bank account(s). scam


You Should be carefull…

You would get an email, from an unknown party, who shows interest in your website and usually represents himself as an advertising company who wants to buy some ad space, or publish some content on your website (or blog) for one of his clients.

First thing to do is : DO NOT reply with your personal information and  DO NOT show that you’re very interested!

Second, start to gather some information about the company who sent you the email. See its WHOIS record (you can use InterNIC WHOIS ) to find out more about the website owner, registrar, their address, and phone numbers if any.

Use your favorite search engine to find out more about the company, visit their website, check their “About us” page, check their portfolio, recent clients, latest works…

Look for user reviews on the company, search to find out if ” {the company name} + scam ” returns anything in your search engine? Search and investigate a little bit to keep your website (blog) safe from advertisement scams.

Use SiteAdvisor form McAffee to check if the website is a safe website or not.

If you come across any types of scams, just DO NOT reply to their emails and ignore them. You would help other website owners and bloggers if you write a post on how to identify scams and spams and how to avoid scams.

You can share this post and link back to it from your website (given that you mention the source).


Recently I’ve came across a scam from Production-Time.com . They’ve sent me an email in French, in which they shown interest in Gibni.com and asked me to reply if I wanted some more information.

I’ve done a WHOIS research and some investigation and found out that the email, even if it was well personalised, has been sent to thousands of people and some website owners have already announced Promotion-Time.com as a scam. I’ve found a detailed article about this scam in EPN.dk, which I translated to English to be able to understand it.

Here’s the a part of the email they’ve sent me:


Bonjour,
J’aimerais vous faire part d’une proposition commerciale à propos de votre site Web, qui pourrait très fort vous intéresser.
En effet, ma société Promotion-Time, souhaiterait vous rémunérer pour la publication d’une petite publication textuelle sur votre site pour un de nos clients.
Il s’agit d’une annonce francophone ciblée qui convient à certaines pages de votre site.
N’hésitez pas à me contacter si vous avez besoin de plus amples informations.

Sincèrement,
Francq Petit
francqp@promotion-time.com

Si vous ne souhaitez plus recevoir d’emails de Promotion-Time, répondez à cet email avec comme sujet : STOP.
It is possible to continue this correspondence in English, if you prefer to do so.


Here in this post, you can help the community by letting other know about the scams you faced and also know about scams already running on the internet. Type in the information you have in the comments section (Be carefull not to spam the comments section) .


Making money online, avoiding the scams, aims to help you avoid scams, help spread the word and show your support.