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what are the lyrics to the song The Real Roxanne?

Question by fullertontennis09: what are the lyrics to the song The Real Roxanne?
it is by UTFO and the one person?

Best answer:

Answer by A C
Wow….that was the jam! ;)

ong: Roxanne, Roxanne

[Kangol]

Yo EMD

[EMD]

Yeah, what’s up man?

[Kangol]

There goes that girl they call Roxanne.She’s all stuck up

[EMD]

Why you say that?

[Kangol]

Cause she wouldn’t give a guy like me no rap

She was walking down the street so I said “Hello

I’m Kangol from UTFO.”And she said “So?”

And I said “So?!? Baby don’t you know?

I can sing, rap, and dance in just one show

Cause I’m Kangol, Mr. Sophisticata

As far as I’m concerned ain’t nobody greater

From beginning to end and, to beginning

I never lose because I’m all about winning

But if I were to lose, I wouldn’t be upset

Cause I’m not a gambler, I don’t bet

I don’t be in no casino, and baby while you knizzow

The izzi is the grizzeat Kizzangizzo.”

I thought she’d be impress by my devious rap

I thought I had her caught cause I’m a sinister trap

I thought it’d be a piece of cake but it was nothing like that

I guess that’s what I get for thinking, ain’t that right, black?

Then crizzi to gizzone and seen number izzone

Crizzin ricking tizza of mizzac mic dizza

With the bang bang, brother I feel bad

But I ain’t comitting suicide for no crab

But calling her a crab is just a figure of speech

Cause she’s an apple, a pear, a plum, and a peach

I thought I had it in the palm of my hand

But man oh man, if I was grand I’d bang Roxanne

Chorus:

Roxanne, Roxanne, can’t you understand?

Roxanne, Roxanne, I wanna be your man

[EMD]

You Kango, I don’t think that you’re dense

Buy you went about the matter with no experience

You should know, she doesn’t need a guy like you

She needs a guy like me, with a high IQ

And she’ll take to my rap, cause my rap’s the best

The educated rapper MD will never fess

So when I met her, I wasted no time

But stuck up Roxanne paid me no mind

She thought my name was Barry, I told her it was Gary

She said she didn’t like it so she chose to call me Barry

She said she’d love to marry, my baby she would carry

And if she had a baby, she’d name the baby Harry

Her mother’s name is Baby, which is really quite contrary

Her face is really hairy, and you can say it’s scary

So isn’t not every, her father’s a fairy

His job is secondary, in some military

He throws them to an ?electric camp? that wasn’t voluntary

His daughter’s name is Sherry, his sons are Tom and Jerry

Jerry had the flu but it was only temporary

Back in January, or was it February?

But everytime I say this rhyme it makes me kinda weary

It’s only customary to give this commentary

Some say it’s bad, some say it’s legendary

You can search all you want, try your local library

You’ll never find a rhyme like this in any dictionary

But do you know, after all that

All I received was a pat on the back

That’s what you get, it happened to me

Ain’t that right Mixmaster I-C-E

Chorus

[Kangol]

You thought you had a rose, you thought you was Cupid

But EMD, your rap was plain stupid

I know you’re educated, but when will you learn?

Not all girls want to be involved with bookworms

You gotta be strong in a way she can’t resist

So educated rapper, huh, bust this…

Since she’s a new girl on the block

I had to let her know that I’m the debonoir Doc

I said “I’d like to speak to you if I can

And if I’m correct your name is Roxanne.”

She said “How’d you know my name?”I said “It’s getting around.

Right now baby you’re the talk of the town

Please let me walk you to the corner, my rap will be brief.”

She said “I’ve seen you before, you look like a thief.”

I said “Me? The Doc? A hood, a rock?

Running around the street robbing people on the block?

Nah, that’s not my style, that crime I’m not related

As far as I’m concerned I’m too sophisticated.”

Then it seemed I got busy cause she cracked a smile

That let me know my rap was worth her while

She said “You call yourself a doctor?”I said “This is true.”

She said “Explain to me really what doctors must do.”

I said “This is very rare because I don’t say this every day

There’s a million medical skills a doctor displays

Dermatology is treatment of the skin

Infected and you’ll see me and you’ll know you’re again

There’s enthesiology, opthomology

Internal medicine and plastic surgery

Orpedic surgery and pathology

A disease involves a change of the body.”

She said “Ooooh, that’s very unique.”

Gave me her number and kissed me on the cheek

She said she had to go but be back by 8

So to call her at 9 to arrange a date

[EMD]

Did you take her to the beach?

[Kangol]

That’s what we planned

But she stood me up, Roxanne, Roxanne

Chorus

[Kangol]

And here’s our gameplan

[EMD]

The beat is here, so we will reveal it

[Kangol & EMD]

And if you think it’s soft, then Roxanne feel it!

[beat boxing and scratching]

What do you think? Answer below!

What does the music “Unforgiven” by Metallica means?

Question by *_D-Generation X_*: What does the music “Unforgiven” by Metallica means?
Well, someone told me that it’s about a man’s life, these are his explanation:

1-New blood joins this earth (They inspired the boy “Bad influence”)
2-And quickly he subdued (He does what they do)
3-Through constant pained disgrace (All his doings “Disgrace”)
4-The young boy learns their rules (He learned what they taught him)
5-This whipping boy done wrong (all he does was wrong)
6-Deprived of all his thoughts (All his thinkings)
7-The young man struggles on and on (He keeps doing bad influence)

“Please read the whole lyrics and try to understand”

…and maybe that’s why he is called “The Unforgiven”

Best answer:

Answer by †Morphine Lips†
Music is meant for people to interpret individually. But I do agree with your friend. That’s exactly what I thought when I first listened to it. Here’s how I see it:

A man is brought into this world. His whole life, all he ever does is try to please others but no matter what he does, it’s never good enough, never right. He’s always doing what others are doing and thinking like everyone else. But that never satisfied anyone. And one day he realized…that’s not right. They’ve been trying to make him like them, and that’s not right. So he vows to be his own person, whether anyone else likes it or not. And all those other people…they are unforgiven.

That’s how I interpreted it. =]

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Aaron Tveit performs, Catch Me If You Can at 92YTribeca, 6/28/11

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Aaron Tveit performs, Catch Me If You Can at 92YTribeca, 6/28/11
les miserables lyrics

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Catch Me If You Can is the new Broadway musical comedy based on the hit DreamWorks film and the incredible true story of a teenager who runs away from home in search of the glamorous life with only his boyish charm, big imagination and millions of dollars in forged checks.

The show’s creative team talks about their new production and cast members perform a couple of favorite songs.

Aaron Tveit (Frank Abagnale, Jr.) received the 2009 Actors Equity Association Clarence Derwent Award for Most Promising Actor, A Helen Hayes Award and a Lucille Lortel nomination for his work originating the role of the son Gabe in the Pulitzer Prize-winning Broadway musical Next to Normal.

Kerry Butler (Brenda): Broadway credits include Xanadu, Hairspray, Little Shop of Horrors, Rock of Ages, Les Miserables and Blood Brothers.

Marc Shaiman ( music/lyrics/arrangements/orchestrations) composed and co-wrote the lyrics for Hairspray with Scott Wittman. For their score, the pair won Tony, Grammy and Olivier Awards.

Scott Wittman (lyrics): Credits include directing and co-writing Martin Short: Fame Becomes Me on Broadway and on tour. Scott created and directed two Broadway shows, three recordings and two sold-out Carnegie Hall concerts for Patti LuPone.

Adam Feldman is a staff theater critic and cabaret editor for Time Out New York, and has served as president of the New York Drama Critics’ Circle since 2005. He is the contributing Broadway editor for Theatre World and has written for Canada’s Globe and Mail and National Post as well as for publications including Time Out London, Broadway.com and Show Business Weekly.

Aaron Tveit performs, Catch Me If You Can at 92YTribeca, 6/28/11
les miserables lyrics

Image by 92YTribeca
Catch Me If You Can is the new Broadway musical comedy based on the hit DreamWorks film and the incredible true story of a teenager who runs away from home in search of the glamorous life with only his boyish charm, big imagination and millions of dollars in forged checks.

The show’s creative team talks about their new production and cast members perform a couple of favorite songs.

Aaron Tveit (Frank Abagnale, Jr.) received the 2009 Actors Equity Association Clarence Derwent Award for Most Promising Actor, A Helen Hayes Award and a Lucille Lortel nomination for his work originating the role of the son Gabe in the Pulitzer Prize-winning Broadway musical Next to Normal.

Kerry Butler (Brenda): Broadway credits include Xanadu, Hairspray, Little Shop of Horrors, Rock of Ages, Les Miserables and Blood Brothers.

Marc Shaiman ( music/lyrics/arrangements/orchestrations) composed and co-wrote the lyrics for Hairspray with Scott Wittman. For their score, the pair won Tony, Grammy and Olivier Awards.

Scott Wittman (lyrics): Credits include directing and co-writing Martin Short: Fame Becomes Me on Broadway and on tour. Scott created and directed two Broadway shows, three recordings and two sold-out Carnegie Hall concerts for Patti LuPone.

Adam Feldman is a staff theater critic and cabaret editor for Time Out New York, and has served as president of the New York Drama Critics’ Circle since 2005. He is the contributing Broadway editor for Theatre World and has written for Canada’s Globe and Mail and National Post as well as for publications including Time Out London, Broadway.com and Show Business Weekly.

Kerry Butler performs, Catch Me If You Can at 92YTribeca, 6/28/11
les miserables lyrics

Image by 92YTribeca
Catch Me If You Can is the new Broadway musical comedy based on the hit DreamWorks film and the incredible true story of a teenager who runs away from home in search of the glamorous life with only his boyish charm, big imagination and millions of dollars in forged checks.

The show’s creative team talks about their new production and cast members perform a couple of favorite songs.

Aaron Tveit (Frank Abagnale, Jr.) received the 2009 Actors Equity Association Clarence Derwent Award for Most Promising Actor, A Helen Hayes Award and a Lucille Lortel nomination for his work originating the role of the son Gabe in the Pulitzer Prize-winning Broadway musical Next to Normal.

Kerry Butler (Brenda): Broadway credits include Xanadu, Hairspray, Little Shop of Horrors, Rock of Ages, Les Miserables and Blood Brothers.

Marc Shaiman ( music/lyrics/arrangements/orchestrations) composed and co-wrote the lyrics for Hairspray with Scott Wittman. For their score, the pair won Tony, Grammy and Olivier Awards.

Scott Wittman (lyrics): Credits include directing and co-writing Martin Short: Fame Becomes Me on Broadway and on tour. Scott created and directed two Broadway shows, three recordings and two sold-out Carnegie Hall concerts for Patti LuPone.

Adam Feldman is a staff theater critic and cabaret editor for Time Out New York, and has served as president of the New York Drama Critics’ Circle since 2005. He is the contributing Broadway editor for Theatre World and has written for Canada’s Globe and Mail and National Post as well as for publications including Time Out London, Broadway.com and Show Business Weekly.

Dumbest lyrics ever?

Question by MaryBeth: Dumbest lyrics ever?
My vote goes to ‘True’-an 80′s song by Spandeau Ballet.
A sample of that song’s lyrics:
‘I bought a ticket to the world,
But now I’ve come back again,
Why do I find it hard to write the next line?,
Oh,I want the truth to be said.’

Deep…LOL!
’99Cloud99′–Thanks so much for your concern that I am not chilling out enough.
I am.
Just having some fun–you should try it sometime!

Best answer:

Answer by gdog4159393
yeah dumbass lyrics

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