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The Lonely Island – Shy Ronnie lyrics

[Rihanna sings:]
"Eh, whoa, yeah, yeah, yeah. Rihanna. Shy Ronnie.
We are like Fire and ice taking over the whole world.
From the mountain tops down to the boys and girls.
And the tree of knowledge it grows because we plant the seeds.
We the teachers of this and we got just what you need. Shy Ronnie... "

[Shy Ronnie mumbles]

"Speak up. Shy Ronnie, speak up."

[Shy Ronnie still mumbles]

"ok, I'll take it from here.
Ok, we are like Fire and ice taking over the whole world.
From the mountain tops down to the boys and girls.
Hit 'em Shy Ronnie! "

[Shy Ronnie still mumbles, makes a mic feedback noise.]

"No. Move the mic away from your face.
C'mon, this beat cost a lot of money.
Oh, no. Oh, no.
He pissed himself. He pissed himself.
Oh, boy. Should've just payed Kanye.
Bye Shy Ronnie. Bye Bye. "

[She leaves and then Shy Ronnie sings out.]

I'm back, forgot my purse. Bye, bye again. "
[Shy Ronnie mumbles again]

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