"In Da Club" as written by Andre Young, Michael Elizondo and Curtis Jackson....
Go, go, go, go go, go, go, shawty
It's your birthday
We gon' party like it's yo birthday
We gon' sip Bacardi like it's your birthday
And you know we don't give a fuck
It's not your birthday!

[Chorus: x2]
You can find me in the club, bottle full of bub
Look mami I got the X if you into taking drugs
I'm into having sex, I ain't into making love
So come give me a hug if you into to getting rubbed

When I pull out up front, you see the Benz on dubs
When I roll twenty deep, it's twenty knives in the club
Niggas heard I fuck with Dre, now they want to show me love
When you sell like Eminem, and the hoes they want to fuck
But homie ain't nothing change hold down, G's up
I see Xzibit in the Cutt that nigga roll that weed up
If you watch how I move you'll mistake me for a player or pimp
Been hit wit a few shells but I don't walk wit a limp
In the hood then the ladies saying "50 you hot"
They like me, I want them to love me like they love 'Pac
But holla in New York them niggas'll tell ya I'm loco
And the plan is to put the rap game in a choke hold
I'm feelin' focused man, my money on my mind
I got a mill out the deal and I'm still on the grind
Now shawty said she feeling my style, she feeling my flow
Her girlfriend want to get bi and they ready to go

[Chorus: x2]

My flow, my show brought me the dough
That bought me all my fancy things
My crib, my cars, my pools, my jewels
Look, nigga, I came up and I ain't changed

And you should love it, way more then you hate it
Nigga you mad? I thought that you'd be happy I made it
I'm that cat by the bar toasting to the good life
You that fagot ass nigga trying to pull me back right?
When my junk get to pumping in the club it's on
I wink my eye at ya bitch, if she smiles she gone
If the roof on fire, let the motherfucker burn
If you talking bout money homie, I ain't concerned
I'm a tell you what Banks told me cause go 'head switch the style up
If the niggas hate then let 'em hate
Watch the money pile up
Or we go upside there wit a bottle of bub
You know where we fucking be

[Chorus: x2]

Don't try to act like you ain't know where we been either, nigga
In the club all the time, nigga, so it's a problem pop off, nigga, G-Unit!

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"In Da Club" as written by Andre Romell Young Curtis James Jackson


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  • +6
    General CommentThe lyrics are so deep and meaningful.
    Disposition_987on March 17, 2003   Link
  • +2
    General Commenti don't like rap music but i love this song.
    astaticlullabyon March 17, 2003   Link
  • +2
    General CommentYes this song is pretty pointless. It does show the downfall of music and how MTV is killing music by allowing crap like this to go on. This song pretty much explains what is wrong with rap. All the lyrics are just plain worthless there just degrading to society. Oh and if you want some good dance music don't listen to this crap. Try some techno out. And long live rock.
    brainchildon March 18, 2003   Link
  • +2
    General Commentwait, did you guys actually READ the lyrics???
    i mean really read them?? doesn't their "content" bother you? or is it just me who finds them impossibly stupid and pointless?
    How can it be fun to dance to a song with lyrics such as these?
    "I'm that cat by the bar toasting to the good life
    You that faggot ass nigga trying to pull me back right?"

    Dancing to a good song is one thing, but saying it's 'da bomb', well, i really know not what to say.
    sarahmansouron March 21, 2003   Link
  • +2
    General CommentSpelling words incorrectly is the kewlest.

    So is 50 Cent. Once every ten years or so, an artist comes along who is so inspirational, so groundbreaking, it shakes the very essence of my being. I lay back, questioning life and staring into the depths of space, with none other than "In Da Club" flowing through my headphones like a river of wisdom.

    The lyrics alone... It's true poetry. He blows Shakespeare out of the water. The symbolism is breathtaking... We are all, in reality, "In Da Club" of life, questioning all around us, reaching, grabbing, thrusting ourselves towards the answers... And 50 Cent brings a new meaning into reach. And for this, we are eternally grateful.

    We love you, Fifty.
    opencountryjoyon March 24, 2003   Link
  • +1
    General CommentOk, I don't think that any songs on the record are good and none of the lyrics are deep. My friend told me to listen to the song and to follow with the lyrics. Well, if the guy didn't find it necessary to have to speak in the deepest voice possible (he's not singing) and also find it necessary to have to say the most annoying and unintelligent lyrics ever than maybe society wouldn't so bad and there would be more toleration amongst the teenagers in society. It's like neo-nazi music, they keep you angered and chant manipulative proracist views into you going out and hanging black people. Rap actually makes white suberbia actually think that they have their lives in danger due to gang bangs and find it necessary to sell illegal drugs to people. The song has no meaning, so I can not comment on what the song means, unless if the song is actually trying to get with an unclassy slut while out on the town attached to a beat that gives me a headache. If that was their purpose, than congradulations, you just made a complete fool of yourself and a Neandrathol could've made a better album. Long live emo!
    JeffRobi62on March 21, 2003   Link
  • +1
    General Commentyeye..this song is off the hook!!!! screw "brainchild" this song rocks...its one of the best beats on earth....
    KaylasThug86on March 21, 2003   Link
  • +1
    General Commentum yeah its 'spelling bee' Shirelle hunny.
    most rappers come from urban areas and thats the way the word comes outta their mouth so thats how they write it. Spell how u wanna, and i will too.
    barnettzbabyon March 22, 2003   Link
  • +1
    General CommentWhat this is, is a debate between the people who like to think about what they're listening to and the people who prefer not to ponder most anything. You'll notice the much stronger, more developed argument coming from the "thinking" side, this is obviously because the "thinkers" like to think about the issue, while the non-thinkers prefer to mind their own business, dance around, use incorrect grammar, etc. I'm not saying one side is more correct than the other, considering the "thinkers" don't always think up the most interesting or well-developed thoughts. I think the "thinkers" should leave the "non-thinkers" alone. Oh, and I prefer not to address the people who like to think about music, yet listen to this kinda stuff on the side.
    mattmc387on March 25, 2003   Link
  • +1
    General CommentHey, whats with all these "faggot ass niggas tryin to hold 50 Cent Back", yo?

    God damn i hate rap......
    Disposition_987on April 05, 2003   Link

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