Whatever your specific sitch might be, we've got the song for you. We're sorry you had to go through that horrific situation, but now you can indulge in something amazing: music. Deeply sad, dramatic music that you can cry to and self-empowering music that you can dance to with other (and better) guys. Men have what I call a "Columbus Complex" Other people may have been there But we still want to feel like we discovered it So don't tell the number that you done it with Your summers in Columbia When you were young and done a bunch of dumb-ass Rambunctious kids Wait for the second date to cuff the wrists Sponges, rubber gloves, and whips, oven mitts Now a well trimmed personal area, that's nice But why's she so ready?
In the car, I just can't wait To pick you up on our very first date Is it cool if I hold your hand?
People often ask me "Godforbid" they say "You're quite the ladies man What's your secret?
(But you don't) Hey, she's going to somebody (Give a damn) So why not you?
The drunker you are The easier it is to get laid But the harder it is to You may have to picture what it is this month Whoever you've been thinking of The girl at the Pizza Hut Midgets, nuns Whatever little miss it was And with a little hard work, a little luck If you haven't given up Maybe you can get it up Now a is supposed to be fun Instant gratification, a roller coaster But no one wants to get stuck over and over Going home to the roller coaster It's hard to watch your shows And do your homework And when the ride you rode is over It'll cost more than a roll of quarters (You can't get) So pull out!
Despite all the rumours, their hit collaborations always appear to drop cryptic clues about their personal relationship.
And fans of ‘Aubrih’ don’t need to look much further than Drake’s lyrics for the truth.The provocative track, which also features Charli XCX, Bebe Rexha and Cardi B, is penned about a girl named, ahem, “Lara.” And there are plenty more less-than-subtle references sprinkled through the lyrics.The track also refers to some of the special moments they shared together in Malibu, California, when Charli sings: “All summer, we’ve been in the ‘bu, ’68 Chevy with nothin’ to do.” It also mentions the tattoo of a lion that Delevingne had inked on her index finger in May 2013, during Rexha’s section of the single.Rita Ora‘s raunchy new single “Girls” was penned about her relationship with model Cara Delevingne — and hints that they were more than just friends.The pair were practically inseparable a few years ago, with Ora even calling the bisexual model her “wifey.” And we can reveal that their time together inspired the new pop anthem, which includes the lyrics: “I’m fifty-fifty and I’m never gonna hide it.” Ora hasn’t tried to hide the subject of the song either, as she openly spoke of Delevingne as her muse while in the studio recording it.The rapper's complicated relationship with Ri Ri appears to be spelled out in lyrics throughout his career.