Lil Wayne feat. Young Money. Moderator Overview Albums 26 Lyrics I like a long haired thick red bone Open up her legs then filet mignon that pussy I'ma get in and on that pussy, if she let me in I'ma own that pussy Gon' throw it back and bust it open like you 'posed to Girl I got that dope dick, now come here let me dope you You gon' be a dope fiend, your friends should call you dopey Tell 'em keep my name out they mouth if they don't know me Huh, but you can't come until she, I'll fuck the whole group Baby, I'm a groupie, my sex game is stupid, my head is the dumbest I promise I should be hooked on phonics, yeah. This song was submitted on July 17th, and last modified on April 8th, Lyrics licensed by LyricFind.
Young Money Every Girl (Lil' Wayne, Drake, Jae Millz, Gudda Gudda and Mack Maine)
Drake, Kanye West, Lil Wayne & Eminem - Every Girl - Artists - MTV
When I wrote my piece parsing the feminist and misogynist undertones in the works of Lil Wayne , I overlooked one verse from "We Like Her," Wayne's ode to wanting to "fuck every girl in the world":. Mack Maine is interested in having sex with celebrity socialites, girls who will reach the age of consent sometime in the future, Christians, women affected by dwarfism with soft asses , and virgins with developmental disabilities. But don't worry, he does not discriminate as to which female vessel he achieves sexual release in. I've heard this song on the radio dozens of times, but I must have blocked this verse out in order to avoid that special combination of offensive terminology and sexual assault overtones.
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It was legally released to the iTunes Store on June 11, The video was shot on February 13, and was released on April 6 of that same year. The song was leaked to the internet on January 28, , just two days after " Prom Queen " was officially released.
As we see from his music videos, women are usually in minimal and extremely tight clothing, where they display sexual actions directed at men, like dancing in a sexual way. Lollipop exhibits some extremely controversial lyrics. Lil Wayne takes a lead role in the song, singing many of the lyrics that objectify women. As the title of the song suggests, Lil Wayne is rapping about wanting to have sexual intercourse with every girl in the world.