"Amusement Park" as written by Teraike Crawford, Anthony Rashad Hatchett, Curtis James Jackson and Hailey K. Campbell....
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Shawty you don't have to take your panties off
Just move 'em to the side
If you wanna ride on the roller coaster
Baby come on and ride
It go up and down and round and round
Stand up or get on the floor
Its on tonight I know what you like
I know just how to break ya off

Good evening ladies, I'll tell you from the start
I'm hoping you enjoy my amusement park
There's lots of activities, fun things to do
And I find my pleasure in pleasing you
Some rides go fast, some rides go slow
If you fear heights when I'm high hell yeah I'll go low
It taste so sweet, that sticky cotton candy
If you get carried away
We'll be starting a family
This is a perfect time for a magic trick
Good humor is no fun without the magic stick
Now watch me as I pull a rabbit out a hat
Then you can use the rabbit all over your cat
Applause now that's the first half of my act
I started out like a pimp
Now I'm more like a mac
I don't need your paper just don't fuck with my stack
Oh its like that
yeah its like that

Shawty you don't have to take your panties off
Just move 'em to the side
If you wanna ride on the roller coaster
Baby come on and ride
It go up and down and round and round
Stand up or get on the floor
Its on tonight I know what you like
I know just how to break ya off

Now you can ride the horse round the carousel
Explosion, Trojans, all in the hotel
Put me to the test girl, I don't fail
I work it out, without a doubt
There's plenty water rising sure to get you wet in the pop
Have your luscious seductions considered or not
Throw a hoop around the bottle
I'll be your teddy bear
Whatever color you like, you know I don't care
I really wanna thank you for attending this affair
Now go encourage your friends to come have fun here
I smile when I speak
But I'm being sincere
Your pass is valid all summer my dear
So at your convenience you can always return
There're so many tricks to the trade you should learn
Suck that, lick that, swallow that lolly pop
Forget that, grip that, ride it non stop

Shawty you don't have to take your panties off
Just move 'em to the side
If you wanna ride on the roller coaster
Baby come on and ride
It go up and down and round and round
Stand up or get on the floor
Its on tonight I know what you like
I know just how to break ya off


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"Amusement Park" as written by Anthony Rashad Hatchett Teraike Crawford

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    General Comment"Shawty you aint gotta take your panties off
    Just pull em to the side"

    English is not my mothertongue but isn't this line much too much straight-forward? I saw some live show on youtube with plenty of girls having fun and repeating this line over and over again, I was stunned. For me it's complete lack of respect...
    DieCandyCoatedB1tchon July 07, 2007   Link
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    General Commentwhy is it a lack of respect to be open about sex..some women feel the same as men do about sex and want to be open about it. and that line doesnt have to be seen as disrespectful. atleast he said they didnt have to take them off haha
    bigd554555on August 23, 2007   Link
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    General Commentbut this is 50 cent were talking about, not the fucking Duchess of Iceland
    Naggerson September 11, 2007   Link
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    General Comment50 cent is straight so if you guys think he is so gay then why do you think that he writes a song about having sex with a woman dumeasses
    tigershitson February 23, 2008   Link
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    General Commentdumbasses
    tigershitson February 23, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI feel like this song has a deeper meaning which I can't fully grasp.... Something about the lyrics tell me that this isn't just about a man who wants to bring some girls to an amusement park... just classic lyricism, impossible to clearly define the true purpose, absolutely brilliant work by sir 50 cent.
    robguglion May 17, 2008   Link

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