"Lollipop" as written by Shawn Carter, Calvin Broadus, Justin Smith, Nathaniel Hale and Priest J. Brooks....
Ow, uh huh no homo (Young mula baby)
I say he so sweet make her wanna' lick the rapper
So I let her lick the rapper

Sh, sh, she lick me like a lollipop
She, she lick me like a lollipop, lollipop
Sh, sh, she lick me like a lollipop, lollipop
She, she lick me 'ike a lollipop

[Chorus: x2]
Shawty wanna' thug, bottles in the club
Shawty wanna' hump, you know I'd like to touch ya lovely lady lumps

Come On, OK, lil' mama had a swag like mine
She even wear her hair down her back like mine
I make her feel right when its wrong like lyin'
Man she ain't never had a love like mine
Man I ain't never seen an ass like hers
That pussy in my mouth had me lost for words
So I told her to back it up, like berp berp
And I made that ass jump, like jerp jerp, and that's when she

Sh, sh, she lick me, like a lollipop
She, she lick me, like a lollipop, lollipop
Sh, sh, she lick me, like a lollipop, lollipop
She, she lick me, like a lollipop

[Chorus: x2]

OK, after you back it up, then stop drop It shawty
Drop it like its hot, drop it like its hot, do do do it shawty, don't stop
Shawty said the nigga that she with, ain't shit
Shawty said the nigga that she with, ain't this
Shawty said the nigga that she with, can't hit
But shawty I'm a hit it, hit it, like I can't miss
And he can't do this and he don't do that
Shawty need a refund
Needa bring that nigga back
Just like a refund I make her bring that ass back
And she bring that ass back, because I like that


Shawty, wanna lic-lic-lic-lick me like a lollipop
Shawty wanna lic-lic-lic-lick me
Like a lollipop, lollipop shawty
Wanna lick me like a lollipop, I let her lick the rapper


Call me, so I can make it juicy for ya
C-Call me, s-so I can get it juicy for ya
C-Call me, s-so I can make it juicy for ya
C-Call me, s-so I can get it juicy for ya
Call me, so I can make it juicy for ya
C-Call me, s-so I can get it juicy for ya
C-Call me, s-so I can make it juicy for ya
C-Call me, s-so I can get it juicy for ya

[Chorus: x2]

I get her on top, she drop it like it's hot
And when I'm at the bottom she Hilary Rodham
Middle of the bed, give and gettin' head
Give and gettin' head, give and gettin' head
I said uh-hm I like that
Say hm yea I like that
I said uh-hm yea I like that
Hm hm, call me, so I can come and do it for you
Call me, so I can come and prove it for you
Call me, so I can make it juicy for you
Call me, so I can get it juicy for you

Shawty wanna, lic-lic-lic-lick me like a lollipop
She she, lic-lic-lic-lick me like a lollipop (I say he so sweet make her wanna lick the rapper)
(So I let her lick the rapper)

Lyrics submitted by kp199

"Lollipop" as written by Stephen Garrett, James Scheffer, Rex Zamor, Dwayne Carter, Diesel,


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  • +3
    General CommentThis song is about Vietnam
    modestmauson May 06, 2008   Link
  • +2
    General CommentUgh, it's a DISGRACE that there are children out there listening to this bullshit. I really weap for humanity, that we've come to this. :/
    LadyTREEHUGGERon April 29, 2008   Link
  • +2
    My Interpretation"She she she licked me like a lollipop
    she she licked me like a lollipop..."

    Here, the narrator is referring to a promiscuous lady-friend of his who avidly licked and sucked on his penis for an extended period of time, as though it were a delicious candy treat.

    "Shawty wanna thug
    Bottles in the club
    Shawty wanna hump
    You know I like to touch ya lovely lady lumps."

    While drinking some alcoholic beverages at a nightclub venue, the narrator is making it known to his lady-friend that he is sexually attracted to her and would eventually like to insert his erect penis into her vagina. In order to warm-up to this activity, he performs romantic gestures such as humping her and sensually palming her breasts and buttocks, which he thinks are lovely.

    "...n' man I ain't never seen a ass like hers
    That pussy in my mouth had me lost fo' words..."

    Here, the narrator reinforces his opinion that this particular lady-friend of his is one of the most sexually attractive he has ever had, one reason being that she has perhaps the most aesthetically pleasing buttocks he has ever seen. He even goes so far as to say that he is at a loss for words, especially when performing oral sex on her, not only because she is so sexually attractive and the oral sex is so enjoyable, but also because her vagina is literally in his mouth, physically preventing him from speaking, even if he could think of a good way to describe how he feels about her.

    "Shawty said the nigga that she with ain't shit
    Shawty said the nigga that she with ain't this
    Shawty said the nigga that she with cant hit
    Well shawty imma hit it(hit it) like I cant miss."

    At some point after becoming sexually involved with the narrator, his lady-friend indicates to him that the African-American gentleman whom she is currently dating pales in comparison with regards to many aspects such as his level of coolness, financial stability, and ability to please her sexually. For these reasons, she is no longer very attracted to him, and is now primarily only attracted to the narrator. In response, the narrator decides to engage in coitus with her once again, and ensures the reader that much like a skilled sports player who doesn't miss attempted goals/point scoring, he can't miss when it comes to sexually pleasing her/scoring goals in her vagina.

    "Call me so I can make it juicy for ya
    Call me so I can get it juicy for ya..."

    The narrator is letting his lady-friend know that she shouldn't hesitate to call him when she is horny, because he will gladly meet up with her and stimulate her vagina, which makes it juicy.

    "I get her on top she drop it like its hot
    And when im at the bottom she Hillary Rodham
    In the middle of the bed give and gettin head
    Give and gettin head, give and gettin head."

    The narrator is referring to having very passionate, enjoyable sex with his lady-friend. In the second line, he is talking about him being on bottom with regards to sexual position, and her being on top, much like Hillary Rodham Clinton was on top in terms of popularity within the Presidential race at the time of the song's release. While he remains on bottom and her on top, they arrange themselves into the soixante-neuf, or "sixty-nine" sex position, and simultaneously perform oral sex on each other for some extent of time.

    Overall, the narrator is a very sexually active individual who seems to think his lady-friend is very special and is happy to satisfy her sexual desires just as much as she is to satisfy his. For this reason, among others, it is easy to see why he is highly popular with the ladies.
    BobLoblaw888on October 30, 2010   Link
  • +1
    General Commentit's quite catchy, i'm not gonna lie.
    but the lyrics are plain shit.

    and i kno there are gonna be like 238573948754389573 people telling me not to comment if i'm not gonna say anything nice.

    well when you think about it, i did.
    i said it was catchy.

    AmPon April 19, 2008   Link
  • +1
    General Commentokay, so, if you don't like this song here's what to do: gather a group of friends, smoke some weed, pack yourselves into a car there are obviously not enough room in, then blast it and it's acceptable and very catchy. Otherwise though, this song is garbage.
    LatexIceAgeon May 17, 2008   Link
  • +1
    General CommentOk this song is catchy not gonna lie...but very few rap songs have meaningful or thought provoking lyrics. Rap just promotes more violence, sex, and drugs in our society and is brainwashing the youth in America. Its pretty sad when kids from the suburbs listens to songs like this and think its "cool". Its not even that hard to rap...i mean rock and alternative bands have forms of rapping in their music. i actually don't mind it because it has a different vibe than the millions of rap songs that are exactly the same. Rappers like Lupe Fiasco and Kanye West have some songs with meaningful lyrics but rappers like Lil wayne and 50 cent have very few good songs if any.

    And another thing....rappers like T.I say they want to help the youth in their cities but they refuse to change their music because they want their paper. I mean some rappers do good things for their communities, an example being luda but 90% of rap music have the same vulgar and explict lyrics and it is really starting to both me.

    its scary to think of what America will be like when this generation takes control.
    juicy1992on May 25, 2008   Link
  • +1
    General Commentlil wayne brings nothing of value to the greater community. this song can't even be danced to! at least soulja boy had his little dance. the only possible effect of this song is stimulating inbred 7th graders and seducing them in to giving their siblings oral sex. i can understand the allur of gansta rap to the suburban white youth. it's make believe, pretending something they are not. just like a movie, tv show, or book. i know that this song is popular amoung white youth because they simply out number black youth. even if the entire black community loved this song, it would not do as well as it is without the majority of the population. can anyone explain the attraction of this song to white youth without saying that it's catchy or that it's on the radio so it must be good?
    sofa king coolon June 04, 2008   Link
  • +1
    General CommentThe song is not about oral sex.

    It's about dental health and the failure of the candy industry to notify the public about the dangers to oral health that their products present.

    Lil Wayne is a dedicated consumer advocate. Is he the new Ralph Nader?
    briangoesroaron July 29, 2008   Link
  • +1
    General CommentI GODDAMN SWEAR that the first line isn't "She said..." but "/I/ said..."
    Needless to say, I think Lil Wayne sounds like one of those closet-case guys who need to assert their heterosexuality as much as possible.
    Fidelio-Rooon July 31, 2008   Link
  • +1
    General Commentahhhahaha maybe for lil wayne "the wrapper" is a metaphor for his foreskin but lollipop is a metaphor for his lil' needy soul that needs attention and suckling lol
    rhettputton September 11, 2009   Link

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