This song is clearly about Bif's first marriage and the abortion of their child....
I was just out of high school in my first band,
And I married my drummer.
Our love was grand.
I thought it was forever-till death to us part
Then he cheated on me and he broke my heart.

(chotee)
So young so confused.
What was I to do?
I'm so sorry , Chotee, but I couldn't keep you.
I hope you can forgive me,
Me and him were fighting on the road for TWO years
He never loved me, anyway still brings me to tears

(chotee)
I didn't really want you-cause he didn't want me.
Didn't want to be a husband, didn't want to be a daddy
I hope you can forgive me,
My baby, Chotee, forgive me

(Sai ram)
So long, my baby.


Lyrics submitted by spliphstar

"Chotee" as written by Beth Nicole Hopkins Alex Pka X-factor Arundell

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Fintage House Publishing

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    General Commenti just love this song by bif. apparantly Chotee means baby in another language, not sure which one. This song isn't really the nicest tale from bif's life but it is definately written so that we can all understand why bif had the abortion.
    luscious_lesleeon May 30, 2002   Link
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    General Commentthe latest tatoo Bif got on her stomach is the symbol for chotee, or baby. does anybody know what sai ram means? anyways this song is totally self explanitory so I'll end here.
    chotee666on June 05, 2002   Link
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    General Commenti believe sai ram means good bye
    idokungfuon June 11, 2003   Link
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    General Commentwas it an abortion then? I always wondered if it was that, or adoption... DID Bif Naked have an abortion at some point?
    firheruwenon December 31, 2005   Link
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    General CommentYeah, she did have an abortion, which is what this song is about. Chotee means 'small' in hindi.
    VoiceofBettyon November 11, 2006   Link

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