Still love the way he talk, still love the way I sing Still love the way he rock them black diamonds in that chain Still all up on each other, ain't a damn thing change My girls can't tell me nothing, I'm gone in the brain. Me and my boo and my boo lip locking All up in the back because the chicks keep flocking All that gossip in 10 years stop it London speed it up, Houston rock it.
Ooo Boy you lookin' like you like what you see Won't you come over and check up on it, I might let you work up on it Ladies let em check up on it, watch it while he check up on it Dip it, pop it, twerk it, stop it, check on me tonight. Chorus: Background Singers Ooo Boy you lookin' like you like what you see Won't you come over and check up on it, I might let you work up on it Ladies let em check up on it, watch it while he check up on it Dip it, pop it, twerk it, stop it, check on me tonight. Boy, I try to catch myself But I'm out of control Your sexiness is so appealing I can't let it go, oh.
Hova's flow so unusual Baby girl, you should already know It's H-O, light up the dro' 'Cause you gon' need help tryin' to study my bounce Flow, blow--what's the difference? Slater Thorpe: We got snares, cymbals, quads, and base. This song is dedicated to all the incredible women that opened up the doors for me. Thank you so much ladies. Do we have any strong women out there tonight? Sing along.
Girls, we run this motha, yeah Girls, we run this motha, yeah Girls, we run this motha, yeah Girls we run this motha,. Who run the world? Girls Who run the world?
Who run this motha? Girls Who run this motha? Some of them men think They freak this like we do But no they don't Make your check come at they neck Disrespect us no they won't. This goes out to all my girls That's in the club rocking the latest Who will buy it for themselves And get more money later. I think I need a barber None of these n can fight me I'm so good with this, I remind you I'm so hood with this. My persuasion can build a nation Endless power With our love we can devour You'll do anything for me.
Who are we? What do we run? Michelle If you can't make me say ooo Like the beat of this drum Why you ask for some you ain't really want none If you can't make me say ooo Like the beat of this groove.
- Hebrews (The Expository Pulpit Series).
- Your Answer.
- When Yelling is a Pattern.
Say my name, say my name If no one is around you Say baby I love you If you ain'trunnin' game Say my name, say my name You actin' kinda shady Ain'tcallin' me baby Why the sudden change. Say my name, say my name If no one is around you Say baby I love you If you ain'trunnin' game.
Holler If You Hear Me: Searching for Tupac Shakur
Say my name, say my name You actin' kinda shady Ain'tcallin' me baby Why the sudden change. Any other day I would call and you would say Baby how's your day But today, it ain't the same. Every other word Is "uh-huh" yeah "okay" Could it be that you Are at the crib with another lady. I know you say that I am assuming things Something's going down that's the way it seems Shouldn't be the reason why you're acting strange If nobody's holding you back from me Cause I know how you usually do When you say everything to me times two Why can't you just tell the truth If somebody's there then tell me who.
Say my name, say my name Boy say my name Say baby I love you If you ain'trunnin' game Say my name, say my name You actin' kinda shady Ain'tcallin' me baby Why the sudden change. Say my name Say my name Say my, say my, say my name Say my, say my, say my name Boy say my name Hey say.
I Shot it witChelle and kick it wit Kelly or holla at Bey Ya, gotta be g's you way outta your league. Kelly We like dem boys that be in them lac's leanin' Leanin' Open their mouth their grill gleamin' Gleamin' Candy paint, keep that whip clean and Clean and Sing it yall They always be talkin that country slang, we like. We keep that beat that be in the back beatin' Beatin' Eyes be so low from there chiefin chiefin I love how he keep my body screamin' Screamin' A rude boy that's good to me, with street credibility.
If his status ain't hood I ain'tcheckin' for him Betta be street if he lookin' at me I need a soldier That ain't scared to stand up for me Known to carry big things If you know what I mean. Everybody say hey Miss Carter. All the way in the back, say Hey Miss Carter. Everybody put your hands together like this. Say I ain't worried, doing me tonight I ain't worried, doing me tonight Louder A little sweat ain't never hurt nobody Sing A little sweat ain't never hurt nobody While y'allstandin' on the wall Sing While y'allstandin' on the wall I'm the one tonight gettin' bodied I'm the one tonight gettin' bodied Say Get me bodied Sing Get me bodied Get me bodied Get me bodied You want my body Sing You want my body Get me bodied.
Baby, all I want Is to let it go Ain't no worries, no We can dance all night Get me bodied That means come closer to me While we grind to the beat And your body Baby all I need Is to let it be Ain't no worries, no Boy, dance with me Feel my body That means come closer to me While we grind to the beat And your body. Drop down low and sweep the floor wit it Drop drop down low and sweep the floor wit it Go Solange!
Drop down low and sweep the floor wit it Drop drop down low and sweep the floor wit it oh no no.
Urban Dictionary: holler
Pat your weaves ladies Pat patpat your weaves ladies Watch it while he check up on it Pat your weaves ladies Pat patpat your weaves ladies Watch it while he check up on it. Tick tickticktick fight Now tick tickticktickticktick fight Now tick tickticktick fight Now tick tickticktickticktick fight. Now pose for the camera now flick flickflick Pose for the camera now flick flickflick Pose for the camera now flick flickflick Pose for the camera now flick flickflick. Do an old school dance an old school dance An old school dance do an old school Do an old school dance an old school dance An old school dance get old school.
Wind it back girl, wind it back girl Make your hair touch the floor wine it back Wind it back girl, wind it back girl Make your hair touch the floor wine it back.
Do the scissor leg, touch ya heels touch ya toes Do the scissor leg, touch ya heels touch ya toes Do the scissor leg, touch ya heels touch ya toes Do the scissor leg, touch ya heels touch ya toes. Do the naomicampbell walk, naomicampbell walk Walk across the room like naomicampbell Do the naomicampbell walk, naomicampbell walk Walk across the room like naomicampbell.
Snap for the kids, snap for the kids Snap in a circle three times Snap for the kids, snap for the kids Snap in a circle three times.
Right Now (Na Na Na)
I touch ya body, while ya touch my body We touching bodies tonight We getting bodied I touch ya body, while ya touch my body We touching bodies tonight We getting bodied. Give it up for my sister! Alright now. We bailed them out. As easily and swiftly as turning a corner on a busy day. And really, not much else was said about it in any significant manner. Life just went on. Because who cares who got screwed? Who cares about all our fellow citizens that lost their homes, their savings, in some cases, their everything? Dignity is an old-fashioned word, some say.
Are some citizens less deserving of dignity than others? Enough of the end days. Of course, we observe dignity with one another. Again, we may choose to look or not.
A colleague of mine asks me what I am working on these days, as we sip the cheapest coffee brew on the over-priced menu at one of the many, ubiquitous coffee shops dotting the crowded streets of the East Village. Because, in many ways, the kid in the play could be from Flint. I think about all the small towns and cities in which I have worked over the last year and half and everything and everyone I have met and seen. For a moment, my mind holds onto a memory of summer in London, as I was heading to rehearsal for the workshop of Red Bike w ith Chaskis Theatre.
The Grenfell Tower fire had occurred just two days before. And the stink of corporate malfeasance truly filled the air. The working poor that lived in Grenfell Tower were doing so under blatantly hazardous conditions and somebody was making a profit from it by disregarding their fellow humanity and dignity. My colleague must have sensed what I was thinking or perhaps I muttered something under my breath. A moment passed between us. That one will be about waste-pickers - transient folk that are trying to make a sense of home for themselves in country that treats them as disposable beings, and then there will be a play set in coal country focused on returning soldiers and civilian communities called Holler River.
I think that one will have a sort of Shakespearean vibe. Fables of reconstruction against abandonment. I walk back to my sublet to face a stack of debt. It is a wintry spring day and I am dreaming of the sun. A civilian from Iraq talks about the ghosts of the dead that he carries with him every day, and how he will be forever haunted by the mess we have made.
I stare out of the window. Another high-rise is going up. I think about the people that used to work in the shops and delis that once lined the street below before their livelihoods were demolished with efficient callousness to make way for the high-rise. Addison still has hopes of going to medical school and becoming a doctor. Wyatt Stayner Columbian staff writer wyatt.
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