[Bass Brother]
Ok
This is another
Public service announcement
brought to you in part...

*Punch*

[Rondell Beene]
Yo
This thing on?
good good hell yea
Look, im speaking on behalf of d12
and if you get affended by words like
bitch
ho
sissy
faggot
homo
lezbian
fudge packer
clit eater
all that shit like that
then you should turn this shit off right now
cuz thats just some of the shit
no thats the only shit you gonna hear right here on this album
its not that they dont have creativity
or some shit like that, that aint the case
we just like sayin shit like that, just to fuck with you
hey! I told you to hold him down, now hes running
fuck it *bang*
god damnit if you would have just stayed still
nothing would have happened to you
just goes to show you, if you fuck with us
shit can happen... bitch


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    I think this was a perfect way 2 start out the cd, the actually warn you about what is on the cd! It shows that you are choosing 2 listen 2 the music...

    MuSiCgurl24_7on August 16, 2002   Link
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    MuSiCgurl24_7, it's hardly a seriously-worded "warning" though, is it? :P

    Raxon May 05, 2004   Link
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    this is a good skit why don't eminem do this no more in "the eminem show" and "encore" he only does the curtains up,he only did it in "the slim shady lp" "the marshall mathers lp" and "devils night"

    acidlyricson February 28, 2007   Link
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    Hey Guys. Here's my version of APSA by D12: Noodles: OK... This is ANOTHER public service announcement brought to you in part (punch sound) AARGH!

    Mr. T: Shut up punk! Yo... This thing on? Good, good hell yeah. Look I'm speaking on be half of D12 and if you get offended by words like btch, h, si*y, fggot, homo, lesbian, fudge packer, clit eater all that sht like that, then you should turn this sht off right now, because thats is some of the sht... no, that's the only sht you gonna here right now on this album. It's not like they don't have creativity or some sht like that, that ain't the case. We just like saying sht like that just to mess with you. Hey, i told you to hold him down know he running, but... fck it! (gunshot) God damnit it if you had of just stayed still that won't happened to you. It just goes to show when you fck around with us, sh*t can happen.

    NoodlesSpikedupon October 19, 2009   Link

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