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Old 04-03-2006, 08:13 PM   #31 (permalink)
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I'm making a big deal out of it because you replied to my post ...that sounded stupid to me. You asked me a question, i answered. So you saying you making a big deal out of this because i answered you...riiiiiight...

thats you, for me it'll be pathetic if the key is vocabulary

For the last ****ing time, i said it wasnt racist, i just asked why he cant say people. i asked HIM! at first i was just joking, but your ass had to make a big ****ing deal out of this ****.

Just read what you put. maybe its not for you, but for others, the way you said what you said, sounded like it.

Man, just drop this, goddamn
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Old 04-04-2006, 04:49 AM   #32 (permalink)
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I heard this song on the radio on friday, which left me even more confused about the 'parody' nature of it. You have (like you already said, I think) just changed a few lines so that it changes the mood from being obsessed with 'your baby' to being over them. I can't say that what you did to the song originally works particularly well (now that I googled it and compared the lyrics) - you don't get into the theme change enough to make it really effective, the change is pretty superficial where it could have been much more extensive. If you're keeping the original melody you can change most of the lyric content, particularly if the lengths of the phrases and the rhyme sounds remain similar so that the overall sound is the same but the message changes.

To everybody else here, the lyrics you read are essentially the lyrics to a Mary J Blige song. Crazy Luv changed it to make it a parody, but didn't actually change much at all. I've heard it (vibe FM... but the R'n'B channels soon disappeared when I got to the south-west!) and it was great, so I stand by the original statement about simple lyrics, which fit a song well, being better than convoluted poems that kill the music.
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Old 04-04-2006, 04:04 PM   #33 (permalink)
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if you look, the 1st post i..posted to start off this thread, you know the one with the lyrics on it. yea, well i edited & said this is not a parody, this is just a remake of it, in some sorts.

I know i didnt change much of it so far. this is just the rough-draft after all. but thank you for your comment
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