"Elevator (Feat.Timbaland)" as written by and Timothy Z./lane Mosley....
Hey Girl you comin' with me your comin' with me
Hey Girl you comin' with me your comin' with me
Hey Girl you comin' with me your comin' with me
Hey Girl you comin, ' come on

Talk to me girl, Let me tell you girl
Got you stuck on my elevator
Get it up
On my

Hey
My first flo step want a gold digging woman
Money cash flow all big faced honeys
Frontin' on the floor got them d-boys running
Shorty got both broke can't see what's comin'
Wear them apple bottoms, wear them apple bottoms honey
Dolce and Gabbana and she get up on my money
Louie that shit, coogi, fendi and the money
See the carrots on her wrist now she pimps bugs bunny
Used to date Kanye now she want me
While I got my juice wanna take my OJ
It ain't her birthday with her name on a cake
If I ever play for grade A

Got you stuck on my
On my elevator
Get it up, on my elevator
Check it out!

First floor, stuck on the gold digger
Second floor, stuck on the dime piece
Third floor, stuck on the hood rat
Fourth floor, freak it I don't know cause
She's stuck on my ella, e-ella-vator
She's stuck on my ella, e-ella-vator
She's stuck on my ella, e-ella-vator
She's stuck on my

She gotta nail kit, she gotta hair kit
She gotta a Gucci bag, her brand new outfit
Stuck on my elevator, she on the second floor
Now I want you to break it down, DJ turn it up some more
Hey, dime piece girl turned to Internet hottie
Little mama got that top model body
South Beach preach throwing back-a-that Bacardi
I'll bet you that brand new Ferrari

Got you stuck on my
On my elevator
Get it up, on my elevator
Check it out!

First floor, stuck on the gold digger
Second floor, stuck on the dime piece
Third floor, stuck on the hood rat
Fourth floor, freak it I don't know cause
She's stuck on my ella, e-ella-vator
She's stuck on my ella, e-ella-vator
She's stuck on my ella, e-ella-vator
She's stuck on my

My third floor stuck on the hood rat charm
Cut, take boy Holly-hood act charm
Short tennis skirt, now she got me in the zone
Tight broach, bump the low ring tone
Then the ghetto booty gotta ghetto booty on her
Roll up cities don't smoke Arizona
One night stand one night with the clan
One night, one time broke her off 10 grand
Project all the way gutter all day

Shorty don't fake she'll put it in your face
Three stories while them hood rats beg

Got you stuck on my
On my elevator
Get it up, on my elevator
Check it out!

First floor, stuck on the gold digger
Second floor, stuck on the dime piece
Third floor, stuck on the hood rat
Fourth floor, freak it I don't know cause
She's stuck on my ella, e-ella-vator
She's stuck on my ella, e-ella-vator
She's stuck on my ella, e-ella-vator
She's stuck on my


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"Elevator" as written by Tim Mosley Tramar Dillard

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., OLE MEDIA MANAGEMENT LP

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  • +1
    General Commentthis song is about the tragic state of disrepair that the elevator industry finds itself in at the turn of the century. corporate politics, bureaucratic red-tape, restrictive government policies all contribute to the decline in the quality of elevator maintenance, as well as the quality of new elevators being built and installed in hotels, office buildings, and public facilities across North America.

    the line: "Now I want you to break it down, DJ turn it up some more" refers to a dialog that Mr. Rida is having with an elevator repairman, whose name is obviously DJ. He wants DJ to 'break it down' — basically, tear the whole thing out and start over — and make it more powerful (faster) — 'turn it up some more'.

    "One night, one time broke her off 10 grand.
    Project all the way gutta all day" refers to an actual personal experience Flo had in the elevator in his building. It broke down and cost 10 grand to fix. It was quite a project seeing as the elevator repair union was on strike and in order to fix the elevator, they had to get volunteers from Flo's building to get it going again. Flo borrowed the 10 grand from his big-faced gold digger honey ("My first flo step want a gold digging woman") who also lives in his building.

    oh, and LFotF, the song London Bridge is about more or less the same thing (the elevator industry)as this one (Flo co-wrote the song with Fergie), but Fergie puts a more positive spin on it.
    dugfresh36on March 25, 2008   Link
  • +1
    General CommentLol, I hope That Dugfresh was saying that in humor. The song has no deep meaning. Elevator is simply a euphanism for his penis and he's saying she's stuck on it so she keeps coming back to it.
    SunzLion March 25, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General Commentarrrrrrrrrr love itttt !


    flo rida.. still not sure how to pronounce it though.
    i heard it said like "flow rider" and somewun else said "flow reader"... anywun no?
    kirstiieeeon March 06, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General Commentid go with flow rider...

    i don't really get what it means
    im thinking this girl keeps getting better and better?
    any ideas?
    oh well doesn't really matter... good song =]
    organised-chaos.on March 19, 2008   Link
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    General Commentid go with flow rider...

    i don't really get what it means
    im thinking this girl keeps getting better and better?
    any ideas?
    oh well doesn't really matter... good song =]
    organised-chaos.on March 19, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentIn answer to kirstiieee, his name is definitely pronounced Flow Ride-a (Rider). It has two meanings. First, he is from Florida (Flo Rida). Secondly, he rides his flow, which id a reference to his fast, smooth rapping.

    As far as this song goes, I really have no idea. It's funny when a song like this or London Bridge becomes popular even though the lyrics are total nonsense.
    LFotFon March 19, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General Commenti wonder what this song means.
    i'm guessing some deep meaning
    swim192on March 23, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI was. It just srikes me as humorous that people can come here and go "I like the beat, but I just wish I knew what he was singing about!"
    Those who commented on the state of hip hop — wait...let me qualify that: *popular* hip-hop, the chart-topping, mainstream stuff — are pretty much spot on; the lyrics are shallow and more or less pointless, but it is about the beat and the hook, and the flow, too, 'cause that sells. It rips up the clubs and that's what it's about.
    It's no different than the club music I listen to, which is progressive & epic trance and house...that stuff annoys the crap out of most people but I love it. I put a DJ mix on the headphones while I'm working and I just lose myself in it.
    If any of you have ever heard any run-of-the-mill vocal trance or house, you'll note that possibly the only place you'll find dumber lyrics is in mainstream hip hop. Maybe. I'm a lyric kind of guy, so that stuff makes me cringe and I avoid it whenever possible. But in hip hop, it's not a deal breaker.

    For genuinely meaningful lyrics, I get my fix with Emery and Marillion (to name two out of many).

    And as far as hip hop goes, Pharrell's "Best Friend" is a good example of good lyrical content, good beat, and an interesting & catchy hook. I know there are more examples out there; "Best Friend" is just what I've listened to lately.
    dugfresh36on March 26, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI agree with Sunzli.....
    gsland911on June 25, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentSame goes for me xD

    Love the song, but.
    LyokoSplurgeon July 08, 2008   Link

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