"No Love (feat. Lil Wayne)" as written by Dwayne Carter, Dee Dee Halligan, Junior Torello, Marshall Mathers and Justin Smith....
Love, love
Love, love,
Don't hurt me, don't hurt me, no more
Young Money yeah uh

Ah, throw dirt on me and grow a wildflower
But it's "fuck the world", get a child out her
Yeah, my life a bitch, but you know nothing about her
Been to hell and back, I can show you vouchers
I'm rolling sweets, I'm smoking sour
Married to the game but she broke her vows
That's why my bars are full of broken bottles
And my night stands are full of open Bibles uh
I think about more than I forget
But I don't go around fire expecting not to sweat
And these niggas know I lay them down, make them beg
Bitches try to kick me while I'm down, I'll break your leg
Money outweighing problems on a triple beam
I'm sticking to the script, you niggas skipping scenes, uh
Be good or be good at it
Fucking right I've got my gun, semi-Cartermatic
Yeah, put a dick in their mouth, so I guess it's fuck what they say
I'm high as a bitch up, up and away, man, I come down in a couple of days
OK, you want me up in a cage, then I'll come out in beast mode
I got this world stuck in the safe, combination is the G-code
It's Weezy motherfucker, blood gang and I'm in bleed mode
All about my dough but I don't even check the peephole
So you can keep knocking but won't knock me down
No love lost,
No love found

It's a little too late to say that you're sorry now (Yeah)
You kicked me when I was down, but what you say, just (Don't hurt me)
That's right (It don't hurt me) I don need you (No more)
Don't wanna see you (No more)
Ha bitch you get (No love) You showed me nothing but hate
You ran me into the ground, but what comes around goes around (Yeah)
(And you don't hurt me)
That's right (You don't hurt me) and I don't need you (No more)
Don't want to see you, (No more)
Ha bitch you get no love
No love
No love
No love, ha
Bitch you get no love
No love
No love, and I don't need you (No more)
Get 'em

I'm alive again
More alive than I have been in my whole entire life I can
See these people's ears perk up as I begin to spaz with the pen,
I'm a little bit sicker than most,
Shit's gonna get thick again, they say the
Competition is stiff, but I get a hard dick from this shit, now stick it in
I ain't never giving in again
Caution to the wind, complete freedom,
Look at these rappers, how I treat them so why the fuck would I join 'em when I beat 'em yeah
They call me a freak 'cause I like to spit on these pussies 'fore I eat them
Man get these whack cocksuckers off stage, where the fuck is Kanye when you need him?
Snatch the mic from him, bitch I'mma let you finish in a minute,
Yeah that rap was tight, but I'm 'bout to spit the greatest verse of all time
So you might want to go back to the lab tonight and um
Scribble out them rhymes you were gonna spit and start over from scratch and write new ones
But I'm afraid that it ain't gonna make no difference
When I rip this stage and tear it in half tonight
It's an adrenaline rush to feel the bass thump in the place
All the way to the parking lot, fellow
Set fire to the mic and ignite the crowd
You can see the sparks from hot metal
Cold-hearted from the day I Bogarted the game I so started
To rock fellow, when I'm not even in my harshest
You can still get roasted 'cause Marsh is not mellow
'Til I'm toppling from the top I'm not going to stop, I'm standing on my Monopoly board
That means I'm on top of my game and it don't stop, 'til my hip don't hop anymore
When you're so good that you can't say it 'cause it ain't even cool for you to sound cocky anymore
People just get sick 'cause you spit, these fools can't drool or dribble a drop anymore
And you can never break my stride,
You never slow the momentum at any moment I'm about to blow
You'll never take my pride, killing the flow, slow venom and the opponent is getting no
Mercy, mark my words, ain't letting up, relentless I smell blood,
I don't give a fuck, keep giving them hell
Where was you when I fell and needed help up? You get no love

It's a little too late to say that you're sorry now (Oh)
You kicked me when I was down, but what you say, just (Don't hurt me)
Yeah that's right (It don't hurt me) And I don need you (No more)
Don't wanna see you (No more)
Ha bitch you get (No love) You showed me nothing but hate (Yeah)
You ran me into the ground, but what comes around goes around
(And you don't hurt me) That's right (You don't hurt me) and I don't need you (No more)
Don't want to see you, (No more)
Ha bitch you get no love
No love
No love
No love, ha
Bitch you get no love
No love
No love, and I don't need you (No more)
Ha, bitch you get no (Love)


Lyrics submitted by caseykins, edited by sketchampm

"No Love" as written by Matthew James Davis Daryl Thomas Bradie

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group, ST MUSIC LLC

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  • +5
    General Comment"You can still get roasted because Marsh is not mellow."

    Eminem is a lyrical genius! Amazing song, amazing album.
    ddarkpassengerron June 09, 2010   Link
  • +4
    General CommentThis song, is EPIC on so many levels.

    First and foremost, I definitely think this song is a testament to Eminem's perseverance in the game. He has pushed his skills to a new dimension and timezone, surpassing Jay-Z and Nas (yet i feel, nas is still lyrically up there) easily. I'm not going to compare Pac or Biggie, cuz they have passed away...but in terms of rapid delivery, with lyrical creativity, EM easily pushes Twista 3x.

    He changes up the tempo of his delivery to rhythmically create vocals that are instrumental on their own.

    The only thing i found a little odd was his use of the word, "fellow" because i feel that word is dated, but when he rhymed it with "You can still get roasted because Marsh is not mellow", it totally is acceptable.

    There has been some words, floating on the internet, that EM, was a bit ticked that Lil Wayne, and Kayne were getting attention, when he clearly felt that they --- for the most part were a bit over-rated.

    Well...you know how that saying goes. Keep your friends close, and your enemies closer?
    That's what Eminem did. He did an Encore of Drake's Forever, and forever put lil wayne to shame, while grabbing the mic from Kayne, and sent him home, without a pen to his pad---jaws wide open, gag ball and all. Kayne is a plucked chicken.

    In stead of stooping to Pac and Biggies level, Jay-z's and Nas's rivalry, and 50's and The Game's kiddy fest....

    EM, takes his adversaries, raps with them, and puts them to SHAME!

    Seriously, i think lil wayne is a joker, and needs to re-evaluate his style. It was cool with the Carter III, because it was "new/edgy" and took the world by storm, but now its repetitive, banal, and done. Lil Wayne sounds like his talking, there is no real delivery...like his technique is Juvenile compared to Em's. When Wayne speeds up his vocal delivery, it sounds like the start of Em's part.

    I love the way Em rips on Kanye, i'm sure Taylor Swift is gonna be bumping this tune in whatever car she drives.

    What i want? I want EM and NAS, to collaborate, and have DRE produce that shit. That's what i want to see...Not Wayne and Kanye, they both wanksta's.

    Drake, has some potential, but lyrically his subject work is cliche. 40, is a good producer for him...i feel drake can easily eclipse Wayne and Kayne, but has miles before he can touch Nas, Jay, biggie, Pac, or EM.

    EM IS ON TOP...and in the books forever.

    TOO $HORT should start taking notes.


    Peace out!
    schoolboy86on June 10, 2010   Link
  • +4
    General CommentWhy wouldn't you want to compare Eminem, Pac, and Biggie...Here I will do it for you...Biggie is garbage and the absolute biggest piece of shit to ever get a record deal...So Eminem wins that one...2Pac is a lyrically god as Eminem...So this is where the comparison gets good, both rapped about real life...2Pac was the first of is kind, and you clearly see the influence of Pac in Eminem...We have no idea how long Pac's career would of lasted because he died young...So, we can't really continue or know for sure is better, but this is what I will say...Eminem just turned 37, which by that time most artists are retired unless they are country, and nobody likes that shit anyway, so forget about that...Eminem just released what is perhaps the greatest album of all time from any genre...Every song could easily be a number 1 single...He already has 3 songs from the album to reach number 1...If he has his next single hit number one it will tie the most singles to hit number 1 from one in history, right behind michael jacksons thriller...So Eminem may not only be the best rapper of all time...Perhaps the greatest artist of all time, the man is legend in has own right, and deserves the credibility that people get...
    phillyt23on November 08, 2010   Link
  • +3
    General Comment"im alive again more alive than i have ever been"
    recovery is killen em
    mgcreaven2013on December 07, 2010   Link
  • +2
    General CommentI got chills the first time I heard this, knowing that Eminem is back. Once he starts rapping 1000 words per minute, wow. Recovery is fantastic
    rob2oo4on June 08, 2010   Link
  • +2
    General CommentThis song isn't a dis on lil Wayne it's weezy and em rapping about how all of the people in their past that showed them no respect (love) can kiss their ass because theyre on top of their game and now all the people that doubted them won't ever know the success they both have
    Raga94on July 26, 2011   Link
  • +1
    General CommentEm sure outshines Lil Wayne on this track. i didn't like the Lil Wayne part at all. it is so awesome to have the intense Em back.
    133on June 27, 2010   Link
  • 0
    General CommentEminem is bacckkk!! no love for those who showed no love. this should be a single, excellent song.
    superfastjelloon June 09, 2010   Link
  • 0
    General CommentTo me, this track acts as a sequel to “Drop the World” off of Lil Wayne’s critically hated rock album, Rebirth. Instead of sounding as though these two were out with something to prove (that Wayne could create a rock album & that Eminem wasn’t washed up); instead the two are saturated with confidence and feel as though these previous haters have already been proved wrong. The production of “No Love” is solid (an interesting “emo” sample, props to the creativity of Just Blaze) and Wayne’s background screams sounds as though it was influenced by Drake, Wayne & Em’s live performance at the Grammy Awards where Wayne acted as Em’s hype man during Em’s verse. In my opinion, Lil Wayne is essentially bowing down to Eminem (at least for this song) and his lyrical talents. Ironically, I feel as though Em’s more abstract lyrics of songs such as “Won’t Back Down” are influenced by Tha Carter III.

    On another note, with regards to the Kanye lines:

    “Man get these whack cocksuckers off stage.
    Where the fuck is Kanye when you need him?”

    Eminem is referencing Kanye’s VMA mic’ snatch from Taylor Swift. Em slips in a pop culture reference that he is famous for — he even adds in the hilarious “I’mma let you finish in a minute” quote. In the past Eminem has stated he believed Lil Wayne to be over-hyped but after listening to his a few of his albums, came to respect “the Martian.” Same with Kanye, with his preppy background and commercial competition with 50 Cent (Graduation vs. Curtis), Eminem probably thought about starting something back in the day when he was out of the game (at least as much as he had ever been since ’98).
    However, by this point in the album, Eminem has made it clear that he now respects Kanye & Wayne (see Talkin’ 2 Myself) and these lines are a clever plea for someone such as Kanye to come back into the spotlight and replace these “whack” less-talented rappers who are dominating the radio waves.

    One last interesting aside, the lyrics “rock fellow” sound an awful a lot like Roc-a-fella…

    This track is probably not the best on Recovery (I love Em’s tribute to Proof in “You’re Never Over”), but is definitely the most ambitious. Congratulations to Eminem on the comeback. I will be purchasing a copy of the LP on the day of its release to further support this recovery.
    YerBlueJayWayon June 16, 2010   Link
  • 0
    General Commentone of my favorites on the album :)
    eminem is a genius
    ssssara8900on June 16, 2010   Link

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