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    #12 Jersey

    After visiting this site: http://www.raplyricssearch.com/Artists/Snoop_Dogg/ I must tell I was overcome by emotion reading these beautiful lyrics. Higher repect for woman and African Americans has rarely been seen. Anyone that doesn't agree with that is clearly a racist. For more of these timeless classics, just go down to your local music store. If you're into cop killing and violence you're in luck also. Advertisers are cheerfully supporting those outlets and record labels.




    DJ E-Z Dick]
    W-Balls, it's your main man DJ E-Z Dick
    About to unleash another one of those platnum plus hits
    And the word is on the streets, and the word is the streets
    We gon go to a live remote, licking wit my main man Mr Doggy Dogg

    [Snoop Dogg]
    A day in the life, of a Rollin 20 Crip
    I'm just a stuburn type of fella with a head like a brick
    And just because I sip Moet, they say that I'm hopeless
    But I don't give a f word, so blame it on the loc'ness
    Now this is how we do it when we checking the grip
    Snoop Dogg is in this b word, so don't even trip
    I bust a funky composition that's smooth as a prism
    Now check it as I kick off in this funky azz rhythm
    It's six dub, the phone is ringing off the deck
    And it's some homies talking about I disrespected they set
    Aww nah, Dogg aint this y'all
    I got couple relatives up off of Crenshaw
    This is about me and Simon, not me and y'all
    I got love for a bunch of real B-Dogs
    Like K-Dub, Top Cat, B-Reel, E-Rock, Boo-Lay Face
    And the homie Har'ron rest in peace
    Big Jay from Cappinella Park
    He used to blaze with his nephew after dark
    On and on, rocking big neck bone
    Mausberg I had to put you on my song
    It's so real, I had to show some love
    Now back to this scrub, it ain't about Crip or Blood
    It's about you bein jealous of what I does
    Cause I does it the most, the king of the coast
    in the paint playin post - I back you down
    like Shaq-Daddy, and bust on ya out the new Caddy
    And skirt up, bust ya boulevard
    I'm not Xzibit, you can't +Pull My HOE Card+
    .. I f word all your groupies
    When you was doin time in Camp Snoopy
    With the fags and snitches, no killers just bit_hes
    And you was payin n word off with all my riches
    You so hardco', why you ain't go to level fo'?
    Oh I know (*****!)
    But I walk the mainline everytime I go down
    You can check my G files I do it L.B.C. style
    .. I got the word on your Simon
    You need to just start rhymin
    Cause you the biggest star on your label
    And them other n word just crumbs off my table
    You're not able, to compete with the heat that I drop
    And I still ain't been paid, for "1-8-7 on a cop"
    I started yo' sh_t and I will end yo' sh_t
    if you keep talkin **** on Crip!

    [Hook 1: repeat 2X]
    It all boils down to the fact
    that you're jealous of my paper stack (jealous ass n word)
    It all boils down to the fact
    that you're jealous of my paper stack (gon get pimp slapped)

    [Hook 2: repeat 2X]
    Money, I get it, paper I got it
    Heaters, I keep em, bit_hes I got em

    [Snoop Dogg]
    If I shoot you, I'll be brainless, and you'll be famous
    And I'll be spending money out the anus
    Your only gain is to try to get me to fall down to your level
    Man you worser than devils
    Alotta n word should've said it, f word em
    But Ima say it for em, stop it, pop it, rewind and play it for em
    This n word's a b word like his wife
    Suge Knight's a b word, and that's on my life
    And I'ma let the whole world see
    Cos you f worded up the industry, and that's on me
    We can go head up, n word, set it up
    Or we can do the other thing, I love to wet it up
    Your rappers and artists, tell em, shut it up
    Cos I'll f word every last one of em up, especially Kurupt
    See that's my lil homeboy, so he knows what's up
    He better keep it Crippin, and slip his clip in
    Cos these n word trippin, this is official business
    Do the same way, leave no witnesses
    This is that unexpected diss directed, sprayed, covered and protected
    Strip you butt naked, chicky-check-check-it
    It's all to the good again
    You can catch Snoopy Dibby Double in the hood again
    Spinning that real times, spitting that real ****
    To make the whole world feel it
    So put the bacon in the skillet, and try to peel it
    Cause Doggystyle Records is the realest, n word

    [Hook 1]

    Money, I get it, paper I got it
    Heaters, I keep em, b word I got em
    Money, I get it, paper I got it

    Jealous ass n word
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    God that was beautiful, I had a hard time holding back the tears.

    It boggles my mind how some people can go to church on a sunday morning and sing some of the most beautiful goose bump Gospel Hymns ever written and then go home and listen to this sh!t.

    Imus did a wrong bad thing calling those girls what he did but he might have unknowingly also have done a Good thing, he has brought out the Hypocrisy of the "Rap Crap" and the degrading of all women Black & White, how can the Feminist Movement remain silent after hearing this Garbage, but of course we have to remember they also remained silent when Billy Blue Dress was "violating" them.

    Prediction, remember where you heard it:
    Imus will be back, the "Backlash" has already started, Hypocrisy And Double Standard will bring Imus back bigger than he ever was, I am just reporting this, I am not supporting it, but you lefties will slap me around anyway just for saying it.
    :bricks:
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    #75 Jersey

    For those of us that are old enough, one of the funniest things I have ever seen on TV was back in the 70's at the Grammies when one of the old-time TV guys, I forget who it was, I want to say something Allen, but he got up there and read the lyrics to Donna Summers' hit song "hot Stuff" in an absolute deadpan. It was the beginning of the end of disco.

    I want some hot stuff
    gotta have some hot stuff
    oh baby give me some hot stuff

    makes you think how basic this stuff really is.
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    You know, I certainly don't like those lyrics, but tastes and standards have changed consistently over time. The Stones wrote Brown Sugar, which is about raping a black slave. Before that there were songs like Want A Little Sugar in My Bowl, Vapors "Turning Japanese" (about masturbation), Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds (about LSD), Puff the Magic Dragon (a children's song about marijuana), Buzz****s "Orgasm Addict," etc. Those songs in their own time were probably as shocking to adults as some rap is to adults today. I'm not defending awful, sexist, violent lyrics, but they're really nothing new. Mae West, Sophie Tucker, Rusty Warren ("Knockers Up"), and many others from every generation managed to shock adults with their lyrics. The songs may be worse today, but I'm not sure they're worse relative to the times, relative to what we see on tv and in the movies. Is it a problem? Yes. But, it's a bigger and more complex problem than one just isolated to rap music.
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    I think I remember that. It was an old timer with a refined accent. I can picture him, but can't think of the name. It was very funny.
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    #12 Jersey

    That's not true Patters(sarcasm). Why haven't you heard the national out-cry? I just read this this morning:

    "But we cannot afford a precedent established that the airways can commercialize and mainstream sexism and racism."



    That was taken from this article: http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,265842,00.html

    That was the hypocrite Al Sharpton with his one sided Don Imus racism rant. That song I posted is just one of hundreds that go aver the airways every hour of every day.
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    "Squeeze my lemon,
    "Til the juice runs down my leg"....
    Howlin Wolf later done by Led Zeppelin as "The Lemon Song"

    AC/DC songs: replete with lyrics of mysogyny and violence.

    Don't even get me started on "Sweet Little Sixteen" and "Hail Hail Rock n Roll" by the master, Chuck Berry
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    "Louie, Louie" pushed the envelope when I was young, never understood why, but they said it did. Country Joe and Fish, advertisement for LSD is another one.
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    If you think thats offensive.....you are cluesless as to what is being published by today's music industry.

    The fact is that from rebellious rock-n-roll to today's maistream hip hop there remains a standard of shock and awe...and a mantra of sex sells. If you don't like it, don't buy it.

    I'm sure none of you ever purchased a Beatles album
    I'm sure there are no Elvis fans posting on this board
    None of you fossils have ever listened to Johnny Cash

    If a snoop dogg lyric is shocking to you, wake up.

    Bill O saying its okay to blow up the coit tower in SF....real tear jerker
    Glen Beck saying Katrina victims are scumbags......cute.
    Ann Coulter calling John Edwards a fag....inspiring to y'all!

    Oh wait...you are gunna tell me how these people are 'entertainers'...then WTF is Snoop Dogg?
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    #12 Jersey

    Some Katrina victims were scum bags. If he was refering to all Katrina Victims you have a point. If he was talking about criminals then you don't. Did Ann borrow that fag word from the song I just posted? That's a couple year old song and it's ok for Snoop to use it right? I don't agree with either of them using it. If O'Reilly said that, then he is wrong as well. This is Sharpton's quote::"But we cannot afford a precedent established that the airways can commercialize and mainstream sexism and racism."

    He's saying that forgiving Imus gives president for the media to commercialize sexism and racism. I'm not saying that, he is. I'm agreeing with him. I think it pertains to the 24/7 sexism and racism Snoop Dog and other rappers engage in as well.

    A transparent double standard
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    You sir, the creator of this thread, are a closet racist. You are completely transparent in your desire to paint African-Americans a certain way. You are trying to make this a racial thing, when music of all genres can be found to be sexist, immoral, or degrading to people.
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    That was Steve Allen, I think. And I think I saw that, too. Funny stuff the way he read it so dead pan. Did he wear glasses?



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    #12 Jersey

    Will all you guys stop calling everyone a racist? Did I once ever say African American? No I'm trying to call out Al Sharpton for being a hypocrite. I'm showing that Snoop Dog is being a hypocrite by trying to excuse his language. Do you think the 24/7 bombardment of those sexist and racist lyrics portraying black women as ho's has an impact on the perception our young people have on women? Do you want me to post an Eminem song? Selective outrage folks.

    I'm not excusing Imus, I'm putting him in the same category. These Rudgers girls are intelligent, articulate (oh no the "A" word!), hard working and achievers. They are everything we hope our youg people turn out to be. It was a terrible thing for him to even jokingly say. Imus didn't come up with the term but he wrongfully used it. It's rappers like Eminem and Snoop Dog that make it easy for people to say because they always say it.. So come on AL, come on Jesse. If you're so passionate about the language being used to portray women, especially black women as ho's then start boycotting the radio stations and record companies that have promoted and made their millions form doing just that for the past umpteen years. Stop the selective outrage. That is what smells of racism.

    PS just so I'm not further accused of being racist, the Rutgers coach called her players articulate. Come out against that Jesse. Biden can't say it, Bush can't say it. Nope, more raced based outrage.
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    Yes, Horn Rim.
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    You're kidding right - this is the BEST you could come up with? :rofl:
    And you had to go searching for it? So, your opinions prior to searching for this was based on absolutely nothing, right? LMAO.


    I'm sorry, but I must have missed the memo that the purpose of music was to "demonstrate respect for women and individuals of the same race as you". When did it come out? It must have been after rock music because I don't recall anyone stating that "whites" were responsible for the lyrics that a white person decides to write/sing. Music is entertainment....if people like it, then they'll buy it...if they don't, then the music won't sell and the artists will adjust. Tell me again...exactly what is your problem with rap music and what would you like to do about it? Are you also against porn and strip clubs .... also "denigrating" to women? Or is that okay since it's a majority white category and thus doesn't fit your racist agenda?

    What is racist or sexist about Snoop's lyrics? How does he portray black women as "hos" except in your mind? He's from the ghetto... the "n word" is part of ghetto language. As is "bi.." and "ho..". Is Imus from the ghetto? Was he referring to another abstract ghetto hoodlum? By the way, the use of "bi..and "ho..." has NOTHING to do with "sexism". Women, ghetto and non ghetto, also call other women "bit" and ho". You don't want to be called a racist but you demonstrate your racism when you claim that Imus' unprovoked reference to a majority black women's basketball TEAM (he wasn't commenting on an INDIVIDUAL) as "nappy headed hos" is equivalent to a ghetto rapper rapping in his ghetto language about abstract persons. Be brave...come out the closet. I would have a tiny bit of respect for you then.
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    Exactly, what is up with everyone calling everyone racist? Does anyone here have reading comprehension skills? Eminem says 'hos, degrogetory things towards women, gays ,ect and for those that spout off knowing nothing about rap or hip hop....he is White. Also there are many White kids who "follow" the hip hop culture and probably follow it to an extent. Are some of the "White" kids "handicapped" by this? Yes some are, but do you think they would have more of a problem "adjusting" to mainstream society (meaning looking for a job, interacting with others and such ( I can't believe I have to explain myself but around here it seems neccessary) than an African American with the hurdles they already face?

    Why don't the posters that disagree with this line of thinking start complaining about Sharpton, Obama, Jim Brown and Whitlock and others now that THEY ARE SAYING the SAME THING! Maybe they can check with PF1996 for derogatory terms to call Blacks that don't agree with him since he has that down, and seems calling people that espouse this opinion racist is easy for people on this board to call Whites so we got that down.
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    Take These Chains From My Heart
    Hey Ho, Hi Ho, Yo Ho,
    Take these mother f-cking chains from my heart and set me free
    You've grown cold Ho B!tch and no longer care for me
    All my bastard faith in you is gone Ho but your sh!t lingers on
    Take these son of a b!tching chains from my heart and set me free
    Chourus
    Hi Ho, Hi Ho, its off to f-cking work we go
    Yo Yo Ho,
    Hi Ho
    Hey Hey Ho
    No Ho
    Yea Ho
    Somwhere over the rainbow
    Way up high

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