Don't get fooled by the rocks that i got
I'm still i'm still jane from the block
I used to have a little now i have a lot
No matter where i go i still know where i came from

Yeah yoh
Yeah yoh

I wanna be your j lo!!!!

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    General CommentThis needs to include the rap part.
    feel me loudon August 12, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti didn't wanna go into the mc nation
    cause we all love to do our illustrations
    i can do it in a paper i can do it on a wall
    and if you're my friend i can do it in your heart
    but don't think i'm doing it like doing that
    cause if you act like this i'm gonna grab my bass
    and just slap it in your chest
    cause with me it's not like this
    not cause you look good that we're going to kiss
    we have to block this fear
    went from a low to a lot this year
    everybody's mad at the rocks that i wear
    i know where i'm going i know where i'm from
    i hit rocks in the air
    yeah we're the a we're the d block
    from the block where everybody's air for style
    with the new right to you fresh
    nothing fooling we just
    make the money get the nation bring it home with us
    and i wanna be your j.lo
    emergeon November 04, 2007   Link
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    General Commentdo you think CSS know of the ramones?

    If so the title could be referring to their song I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend. Just like sleater-kinney's I Wanna Be Your Joey Ramone
    higginston November 08, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI doubt that CSS knows of the Ramones, but it's like a meme--it probably influenced the song more subliminaly.
    marcuspierceon December 26, 2007   Link
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    General Commentthe idea was that they combined I Wanna Be Your Joey Ramone with Jenny From The Block. Awesum results. Ramones had nothin 2 do with it.
    kelefromtheblocon July 17, 2008   Link

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