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  1. You forgot the important concluding line – it really brings the chorus together;

    You a stupid hoe, (yeah) you a, you a stupid hoe (you stupid, stupid)

  2. Looking at the wikpedia entry to see who she was, I noticed this quote:
    “She often combines metaphors, punchlines, and wordplay into her work”

    That must be her other work?

    • Actually just listened to the song on YouTube.

      Is it PC to say – I’m jealous of the hearing challenged members of society….?

  3. Decided to spend the last hour or so of my life reading some of her lyrics – you just never know where you might find some metaphors and wordplay. But I gave up on the challenge and watched a YouTube of ‘Thank You’ live instead. Much better. Just not sure how I feel about the long hair.

  4. You run and you run To catch up to the sun
    when it’s sinking
    Racing around to come up behind you again

    the sun is the same in a relative way
    But You’re older
    Shorter of breath and one day close to death

    You stupid hoe

  5. Nicki’s is the easier of the two to remember

  6. As each generation matures it mourns the loss of its music and style of lyrics to obviously less tallented “artists”. Frank Sinatra epitomised my father’s generation, he had no time for Elvis Presley, I am still coming to terms with AC/DC and so it goes. One thing has always been certain though, no one ever went broke under-estimating human taste.

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