I stop but my rims keep spinning, 26’s on my '96 Taurus
Call my digits but you'll get my voicemail, hoes by my side so I'm not available
Smoking on crack and rollin on dubs, rollin 26’s you know they ain't hubs
I'm a pimp so what can I say, fuckin them bitches like everyday
Whipped it out and slapped it on her face, Trojan magnums hmm how dat taste
Triple x jersey gotta keep it baggy, Air Force One's vintage 1980
Lil John yeh he's my boy, now your fuckin with The Real McCoy
I like it rough, you better watch your back side, get on top just bounce and lets ride

I like big booty bitches, I like big booty hoes
We like big booty bitches, we like big booty hoes

Now I'm creepin when your sleeping through your back yard,
Gonna kick in your window and steal your car, and if you wanna try and stop me
I'll come in your house and kick your ass and take the t.v. and I'll jump back, in yo 6-4
Turn up the bass and push the pedal to the floor, and now I cruising down the street
Lookin for some hoes and some girls to meet, so you betta
Get back inside cuz I'm coming to your house to take your girl for a ride
Now were sittin, at Popeye's Chicken I'm starin at her tits and she knows what I'm thinking, then I'll bring her back to my house, flip up her skirt and then I'll tear off her blouse, and then I'll fuck her all night long smack that ass while I write this song

I like big booty bitches, I like big booty hoes
We like big booty bitches, we like big booty hoes

The Olsen twins, Jessica Simpson and Paris Hilton, bring em to my house and have em drop their drawers bend em down quick and fuck em like whores, have em screaming that I'm their edaddy rollin down the street in that black white Caddy with the white walls on the wheels, Lexus tv screens and platinum grills


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    General Comment"I stop but my rims keep spinning, 26’s on my '96 Taurus"

    He is using the allegory of himself as a vehicle. He is the '96 Taurus, a relatively older vehicle. He feels he is traditional and old-fashioned. However, his "26 inch rims" represent his fame, and his persona and career have grown far too large for his simple lifestyle. He tries to slow down, but his popularity keeps spinning out of control.

    "Call my digits but you'll get my voicemail, hoes by my side so I'm not available"

    He feels like he no longer has time for the important things in his life like friends and family. All his time is being consumed by the "prostitutes" of the music industry: the hangers-on and users who are only there for what he can give to them.

    "Smoking on crack and rollin on dubs, rollin 26’s you know they ain't hubs"

    The only way he can find tranquility in his new lifestyle is by turning to drugs, even though he despises them. 26's are expensive, and representative of the upper class. Hubs on the other hand, represent the common person. He knows that he can no longer identify himself or associate with the common man, and this is leaving him feeling isolated.

    "I'm a pimp so what can I say, fuckin them bitches like everyday"

    He feels like his artistic spirit has been degraded. He likens himself to a pimp, prostituting away the deepest parts of his self-expression, for mass consumerism. His artwork is degraded on a daily basis by the Phillistine masses.

    "Whipped it out and slapped it on her face, Trojan magnums hmm how dat taste"

    The whip is a symbol of slavery, while the Trojan Horse is a symbol of a false gift, and the Magnum is a weapon. Perhaps he feels as though his fame and fortune has enslaved him. It is a false gift that will ultimately bring his destruction.

    "Triple x jersey gotta keep it baggy, Air Force One's vintage 1980"

    He wears extra-baggy clothing to hide who he really is, while simulaneously expressing his conservative character by wearing vintage 1980's clothing. Perhaps he is even holding onto the past, that there is something that happened long ago that he has not been able to let go of.

    "Lil John yeh he's my boy, now your fuckin with The Real McCoy"

    Little John is the character from Robbin Hood, a physically imposing but gentle-hearted giant. He is a noble thief who is Robin Hood's right-hand man. Perhaps the artist feels like he is Robin Hood, trying to use his wealth for the betterment of the less fortunate.

    "I like it rough, you better watch your back side, get on top just bounce and lets ride"

    He is expressing his determination to rise to the new challenges appearing in his life. He wants to bounce back from his depression, watching his back for false friends, and riding through the storm.

    "I like big booty bitches, I like big booty hoes"

    "Booty" is slang for treasure, and he expresses how he treasures the company of his many canine pets, who provide him with companionship during his solitude. He expresses as well that he accepts and treasures the companionship of all people, even the derided prostitute, as he feels solidarity with their plight.

    "We like big booty bitches, we like big booty hoes"

    He re-iterates how he likes the treasures of companionship that even the most humble of humans, and the most humble of animals can provide.

    "Now I'm creepin when your sleeping through your back yard,
    Gonna kick in your window and steal your car, and if you wanna try and stop me
    I'll come in your house and kick your ass and take the t.v. and I'll jump back, in yo 6-4"

    Again, the artist is comparing himself to Robin Hood, knowing the meaninglessness of material over-abundance, he relieves the overly-wealthy of their gains, to share among the less fortunate.

    "Turn up the bass and push the pedal to the floor, and now I cruising down the street"

    Once again, using the analogy of the car, the artist resolves to use his fame for the betterment of mankind. Now, he is not trying to hold back his popularity, but humbly accepts it.

    "Lookin for some hoes and some girls to meet, so you betta
    Get back inside cuz I'm coming to your house to take your girl for a ride"

    The artist pledges to help women to safely reach their destination by dropping them off at their houses. Once again, he even extends his generosity to the prostitutes, who are symbolic to him of the lowest of society, who are nonetheless deserving of human dignity.

    "Now were sittin, at Popeye's Chicken I'm starin at her tits and she knows what I'm thinking, then I'll bring her back to my house, flip up her skirt and then I'll tear off her blouse, and then I'll fuck her all night long smack that ass while I write this song"

    The female companion that he longs for will have a deep sense of empathy with him, being able to see into his soul and know his heart. He wishes to metaphorically tear off the clothing - that which hides our imperfections - and love her tenderly for who she truly is. "Smacking the ass" is symbolic of danger, as the ass, or donkey, is known to kick when startled (such as by being smacked). The artist knows that putting himself out may result in being hurt, but he is willing to put his heart in someone else's hands. Even if he is hurt, he knows that turning to his fans through song will help him to heal.

    "I like big booty bitches, I like big booty hoes
    We like big booty bitches, we like big booty hoes"

    Once again, the chorus, he expresses his love for even the lowliest.

    "The Olsen twins, Jessica Simpson and Paris Hilton, bring em to my house and have em drop their drawers bend em down quick and fuck em like whores, have em screaming that I'm their edaddy rollin down the street in that black white Caddy with the white walls on the wheels, Lexus tv screens and platinum grills"

    Here the artist satirically and scathingly compares various media celebrities to prostitutes, also having sold their artistic dignity for mass consumption, but not having attained the same greater purpose he has. He offers to be a father figure and mentor to them. Now instead of a '96 Taurus, he has a black white Caddy, perhaps one of the later models, representing how he has allowed himself to let go of whatever past heartache he has suffered and is now living in the present. Like Robin Hood riding away with the Sheriff's taxes to give back to the peasants, the artist has many gifts to share with the world.
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