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Isy 123, I really think that you should step back and look at the big picture before you say something. Saying that Michael Jackson should still be alive is due to your own selfishness to simply listen to good music at the risks of others living healthy, happy lives. Yes, he was a talented artist, but he was a horrible person. As far as that sets with me, tons of children live safer, healthier lives becaue of his demise.
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This song is retched. Its a plea from a sleezy man, who had a premeditated affair, to beg his girlfriend back into his life. From the lyrics "You only meant well...Well of course you did." it implies that he's done this many times to his girlfriend before and she keeps letting him back in her life. I'm not against sexual songs by any means, but from the series of singles, this is a boast of cheating on his girlfriend and making her look stupid repeatedly by getting back together.
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This song lyricly and musicly is a trainwreck. Lyricly Adma refuses to make up his mind weather he wants to embrace love from the person he's singing about or weather he wants to pick a fight with them. For example he says "Thanks for loving me, you're doing it perfectly." And throughout the whole song he rants "What do you want me?" implying that he's emotionally given up. On top of the inconsistancy, too much pressure is lying on a single measure of the meledy to carry the whole song. There seems to be no feeling of harmony because everything from the introduction, the bridge, to the chorus is strictly the same measure. Far too "matchy, matchy" to hold up any substance against actual musical art.
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Wonderful story actually, You see, Lars Fredericksen was in a bar when a fight broke out between him and a group of guys. A random guy got Lars' back and beat the guys up. After a little talking the mystery man revealed himself as Dave Courtney. A British mobster who welcomes poor men into his gang. He than befriends rich people so he may beat them up or kill them in order to give the excess money to himself his gang. This is simply a song about Dave Courtney's legacy and has nothing to do with the bar fight.
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It's not as complex as her "being a slave to the music industry." I thought that also through the first verse and first chorus, but then the lyrics take a turn. It's simply that she's in a club and see's a guy that she wants to dance with. His impression of her is that she's young and shy, so she's basically telling him "I'm a slave for you." or in other words, I'd do anything you want me to in order to get with you and make you feel like I'm grown.
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This song is horrible. A trainwreck to art. First of all Lil Wayne is too stoned to be making any sense or to have the copacity to write anything decent. Which is why he's expressing his anger in idiotic ways like "dropping the world on your head." Obviously that can't be done in actuallity and it's not figurative because that would be saying in litteral terms to be putting the emotional stress of the world on someone's mind and you don't vent your stresses to someone if you hate them. Second of all Eminem brings the song to a passionless rant in which most people think makes the song worse. It does. Your dislike for Enimem in this song is coming from the fact that Eminem doesn't like this song. You can tell from his performance that he's just going through the motions of a song that means nothing to him so he can be in the public eye for a bit.
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First of all, part of the lyrics written here are wrong. For Example the song doesn't say "She's got to love nobody." The correct lyrics say "she's got me like nobody." You may check the lyrics in the album if you'd like. Furthermore the song is actually about a woman pretending to be happy with a man, but secretly wanting a woman. Hense the lyrics "after he's been hooked I'll play the one that's on his heart...She's got me like nobody." In conclusion, stop spreading idiocracy people and putting your two cents in when you don't know what's going on.
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