Wintertime - Water Lyrics




[Wintertime and Nessly:]
I want that water on me, yeah
I want that water on me, yeah
I want that water on me, yeah
I want that water on me, yeah

[Nessly:]
I bet you miss every second, shawty I bet you regret it
I'm countin' up 'til I'm sweatin' (Brrrrr)
We thumbin' up through them big racks
Young niggas swipin' that debit
Yeah, oh I know, I know, hey
You're better off with me, bitch my diamonds on freeze
I might just buy you some diamonds, I know you like to be seen
Just cause we're ballin' together don't make us a team
I will not get you a ring
I don't like callin' your phonebook when I need you
Shawty you know that I'll give you a ring
I don't mean no disrespect, but you know I want that check first
Now if you're tryna plot, you know I'm gon' need that neck first
You just want a nigga with some net worth
A nigga in designer who gon' fuck you 'til your back hurt

[Wintertime:]
I'ma go dumb off a bean, I gotta get to the green
I'ma put up for my team, I need my shawty on fleek
I need that guala on me, yeah, I need that guala on me, yeah
I want that water on me, yeah, I want that water on me, yeah
I'ma go dumb off a bean, I gotta get to the green
I'ma put up for my team, I need my shawty on fleek
I need that guala on me, yeah, I need that guala on me, yeah
I want that water on me, yeah, I want that water on me, yeah





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Wintertime Water Comments
  1. Candice Christensen

    Great idea!!!!

  2. euphmom

    What do you do with the compost later on? Does it run out of heat after a season?

  3. Lincoln Smith

    Update - I'm just getting ready to build my next water tank compost mound for this winter. I've got a lot of coffee grounds stockpiled this time -- it's amazing how much 1 Starbucks can produce! Averaging about 5 gallons or 30 pounds of coffee grounds per day, that's more than 10,000 pounds per year. I'll be mixing coffee grounds with wood chips for the new water tank mound.

    Also one more tip --- I've asked the tree guy to give me chips with a lot of leaves and twigs in them -- this will produce more heat than straight wood chips because of the extra nitrogen content.

    If anyone else is using a similar method for pastured poultry, I'd love to learn from your experience!

  4. crazy808ish

    This is an absolutely ingenious method! Thank you!

  5. Ryan Skinner

    Just curious how you fill it up after giving water to the flock? Think this is a pretty great use of materials... Seems like you would have about 10-15 fills before those were empty and I imagine you would want to fill it every time to keep the temp more stable.

    Forested

    +Ryan Skinner Hi Ryan, I fill the tanks with ~750' of garden hose run from a neighbor's home. I plan to add rainwater harvesting. You're exactly right - I sized it to store about 2 weeks worth of water, which for my part of Maryland (zone 7A) is the longest period we would typically have daytime temperatures below freezing. Whenever we get a break in the cold, I top up the tanks. The water is coolest when recently topped up, and warmest when nearly gone, as you guessed, but the warmer water doesn't seem to bother the birds.

    Ryan Skinner

    Very neat.

    Ryan Skinner

    any thoughts about just spreading wood chips out around the watering area in the spring and piling them up after the ducks have layered quite a bit of poo on them. Might save the trips to the coffee shop. I feel like once the pile was you could add more by just pouring some spent duck water on top as well.  Get the nitrogen good and soaked in to those wood chips.

    Forested

    +Ryan Skinner Yeah, great point, duck poo is a fab source of nitrogen, both deposited on the ground and in their dirty bathing water. For anyone who has a situation where the ducks are stationary for a good while, layering up chips/bedding with poo is a great way to get a warm pile going. I move my ducks' fence around the pasture often enough that the poo never gets particularly concentrated in my situation -- just a light ongoing fertilization, but not enough to gather for a biggish compost pile. I do drain the dirty duck water into woodchip and compost piles.