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    This is one of the greatest songs i've ever heard in my life. Its got so much meaning and its a very powerful song. This is the song that got me into D12. The end of Kon Artis' verse is powerful because of the emotion he puts into it. Eminem's verse is powerful just because of thw words he uses. "A fucking drop out that quit Stupid as shit Rich as fuck And proud of it" Thats a great example. I like D12 because their songs are so real and so many teens can relate to them. I think Proof's verse, especially the last couple of lines are the most powerful lines in the song because he shows so much emotion to portray the already powerful words. I just wanna know what u guys think about this song.

    eminem_d12_fan01on March 14, 2002   Link
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    I think this song does have alot of meaning but you shouldnt go listen to the song and drop out of school because you think that you can make 1 million dollas. Stick w/ school its your best bet! I think its Hilarious when Eminem says Stupid as shit Rich as fuck And proud of it" Cause you hear how everybody says how eminem aint nothing and how they hate.

    Markbon April 25, 2002   Link
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    I love this song...it's definately got alot of meaning to it. Mark's right though, you shouldn't just drop out of school after hearing the song expecting to make a shit load of money like em did. Not alot of people have the talent that man's got. My favorite part of this song is when em says, "Compelled me to excel when school had failed me, Expelled me, And when the principal would tell me I was nothing, And I wouldn't amount to shit, I made my first million and counted it, Now look it, A fucking drop out that quit, Stupid as shit, Rich as fuck, And proud of it.."

    ems#1fanon May 04, 2002   Link
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    i gotta lotta love for this song, d12 rap differantly to dre, snoop dogg, and pac but there lyrics are incredible

    tupacecfcon May 14, 2002   Link
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    best song d12 have ever made and it is the best because the meaning is so rich and true. Proof has the best verse for sure such raw emotion

    kill ur selfon October 14, 2002   Link
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    its just a very powerfull song. but then again most song's with eminem's lyrics in are

    Judiceon April 08, 2006   Link
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    great song.....

    about having an ugly life.

    frenzyon April 13, 2006   Link
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    ^ i agree.

    & i fucking love this song. def. my favorite D12 song.

    blacklistedon May 27, 2006   Link
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    When I first heard the chorus of this song in my friends car it made me think if "Pink Floyd - Another Brick In The Wall", then once I listened to the whole song I heard the ending of it when Eminem does the same thing Pink Floyd did in that song, hah. This is a song that goes against the whole "Rap doesn't have meaning", this song has alot of meaning. Insanely good song, and I'm an Eminem fan to death, so I love his chorus.

    ^exeF.on August 12, 2006   Link
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    eminem sings the chrus pretty tight he says it with real a ill-skill voice thats why eminem is a rapper that stands becuase no rapper ever did that before like eminem,but this song is just song i mean eminem does the chorus realy but he should of wrote his verse better..(at least i think that..) because i know eminem can do better then that..but i still think "devils night" is better then "D12 world" because d12 world only has 7 good songs
    "my band" "how come" "git up" "6 in the morning" "40 oz. "american psycho ll" and "keep talking" but every track on the devils night is good.

    acidlyricson February 28, 2007   Link

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