what else can i do lyrics

what else can i do lyrics
I just made something unexpectedSomething sharp, something newIt’s not symmetrical or perfectBut it’s beautiful and it’s mineWhat else can I do?
Bring it in, bring it inGood talk, bring it in, bring it in (what else can I do?)Let’s walk, bring it in, bring it inFree hugs, bring it in, bring it in
I grow rows and rows of rosesFlor de mayo, by the mileI make perfect, practiced posesSo much hides behind my smile
What could I do if I just grew what I was feelin’ in the moment?(Do you know where you’re going? Whoa)What could I do if I just knew it didn’t need to be perfect?It just needed to be? And they’d let me be?
A hurricane of jacarandasStrangling figs (big), hanging vines (this is fine)Palma de cera fills the air as I climbAnd I push throughWhat else can I do?
Can I deliver us a river of sundew?Careful, it’s carnivorous, a little just won’t doI wanna feel the shiver of something newI’m so sick of pretty, I want something true, don’t you?
You just seem like your life’s been a dream (whoa)Since the moment you opened your eyes(How far do these roots go down?)All I know are the blossoms you grow (whoa)But it’s awesome to see how you riseHow far can I rise?Through the roof, to the skiesLet’s go
A hurricane of jacarandas (woo)Strangling figs (go), hanging vines (grow)Palma de cera fills the air as I climbAnd I push throughWhat else, what else?
What can you do when you are deeply, madly, truly in the moment?(Seize the moment, keep goin’)What can you do when you know who you wanna be is imperfect?But I’ll still be okayHey, everybody clear the way, woo
I’m comin’ through with tabebuia (she’s comin’ through with that boo-yeah)Making waves (making waves), changing minds (you’ve changed mine)The way is clearer ’cause you’re here, and wellI owe this all to youWhat else can I do?(Show ’em what you can do)What else can I do?(There’s nothing you can’t do)What else can I do?

Diane Guerrero

– In 2010, she portrayed Maritza Ramos in the ABC Family TV show Twisted.- In 2011, she played Maria Alcazar in the CBS drama pilot Unforgettable.

– In 2012, she starred as Dr. Alex Romero in the short-lived NBC medical drama Mercy.

– In 2013, she guest starred in several episodes of the Fox sitcom New Girl.

– In 2014, she co-starred in the Lifetime movie Devious Maids.

– In 2016, she joined the cast of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. as Elena “Yo-Yo” Rodriguez.

– In 2017, she reprised her role as Maritza Ramos in Season 2 of Twisted.

Early life

Guerrero was born in Passaic, New Jersey, to Colombian immigrants. Her father worked as a house painter and her mother worked as a cashier at a supermarket. Her parents met while working together at a restaurant. When Guerrero was five years old, her parents divorced. Her mother moved to Florida and later married again. Guerrero lived with her mother and stepfather until she turned 18, when she went to live with her father in Bogotá, Colombia.At age 14, Guerrero left home because she did not want to go to school. She had been skipping classes and staying out late. Guerrero began living on the streets and sleeping in abandoned buildings. At one point, she even slept outside a church.

In 1999, Guerrero returned to the United States and stayed with relatives in Boston, Massachusetts. She applied for asylum, but it was denied. After learning about deportation proceedings against her, Guerrero fled to the Dominican Republic. There she got a job selling food at a local market. While there, she learned how to speak Spanish and English.

After three months in the Dominican Republic, Guerrero traveled to Miami, Florida, where she spent another six months waiting for her case to be heard. During this period, she worked at a McDonald’s restaurant. One day, she was fired for missing too many shifts. She found work at a pizza parlor, where she worked for four months.

On August 13, 2005, the Immigration Court granted Guerrero permission to enter the United States. On October 4, 2006, Guerrero arrived in Boston, Massachusetts. Upon arrival, she was arrested for shoplifting.

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Guerrero was raised in the Jamaica plain and Roxbury neighborhoods of


Guerrero began acting professionally at age 10. She had small roles in several Spanish language films, including El Padrino de Los Caballeros Negros,La Hija del Diablo,El Día que Me Quieras, and La Casa De Mi Padre. Her big break came in 2011 when she was cast in Orange Is the New Black. She played Maritza Ramos, an incarcerated woman of Colombian descent.She has since starred in numerous TV projects, including The CW series Jane theVirgin, NBC comedy 1600 Penn, ABC drama Speechless, CBS sitcom Life in Pieces, and Fox medical drama Empire.

In 2014, Guerrero was cast as one of the leads in the film adaptation of Veronica Roth’s Divergent trilogy, starring Shailene Woodley and Theo James. She portrayed Beatrice “Tris” Prior, the daughter of Thomas and Tris’ mother, Four, in the dystopian science fiction thriller. The film premiered on March 21, 2014.

Her performance earned her praise from critics and audiences alike. On Rotten Tomatoes, the film holds an approval rating of 85% based on reviews from 113 critics, and an average score of 7.5/10. At Metacritic, it received an average score of 69 out of 100, based on 31 reviews, indicating “generally favorable reviews”. Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of “A–” on an A+ to F scale.

On June 25, 2014, it was announced that Guerrero would star alongside Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt in the upcoming sci-fi adventure Passengers, directed by Morten Tyldum. The film follows two strangers traveling aboard a spacecraft who are forced into intimate proximity during a spacewalk. Production began in August 2014.

Guerrero reprised her role as Tris in the sequel, Insurgent, which opened on May 20, 2015. Filming took place in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The film grossed $152 million worldwide against a budget of $90 million. On December 12, 2015, Warner Bros. confirmed that the third installment in the Divergent franchise, Allegiant, would be released on November 18, 2016.

Guerrero won Best Actress in a Drama Series at the 2017 Screen Actors Guild Awards for playing Rose Tico in Star Trek: Discovery.


In 2018, Guerrero was awarded “the Lupe Ontiveros Indominable Spirit Award” by the NHMC for her commitment to advocacy, increasing the visibility of the Latinx community’s achievements and contributions to the United States.


Guerrero grew up in East L.A., where her father worked as a janitor while her mother cleaned offices. Her family lived above a restaurant owned by her grandfather. When she was 12, her parents brought her to live with them in Mexico City. They had been separated since she was five.Her parents met again during high school, and eventually married. But it wasn’t easy to bring Guadalupe across the border into the United States legally. She was undocumented, and needed documentation proving she could support herself.

“I felt like I didn’t belong anywhere,” she told the LA Times. “There are no words to describe how you feel when you don’t know what you’re supposed to do next.”

She graduated from Harvard University in 2013 and began working as a journalist at Univision. She wrote about immigration issues and human trafficking.

In February 2016, she published her first book, How To Build A Life You Love. It tells stories of women who immigrated to the United States and built successful careers.


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