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What does this song mean to you? You got me so I don’t know what I’m doin’ Ow! Song Discussions is protected by U. E-mail comments or corrections to: madonnalyrics AT gmail. And I’m a man of expandin’, so why should I stand in her way? She probably get her money in L. You ain’t got your woman in check, man? Over the years, though, they have drifted apart due to the girl’s changing personas.
It isn’t until the very end of the song that Common reveals that he hasn’t been rapping about a girl at all, but using the phases of the woman’s life as a metaphor for the evolution of hip-hop. In a 1995 interview on Yo! Hip-Hop in its Essence is Real. And all I’m talking about his how I first came into contact with hip-hop music and how it evolved into where it is now. And it’s like all these gimmicks going on, all the phoniness, ain’t nobody being real with it. Everybody’s stressing that it’s real but ain’t nobody being true to it. Man, this song is going to grab everyone’s attention. We felt like this was the song we had to come out with at the time.
It wasn’t like we thought it would give us the best chance at radio or anything like that. We just knew it was a song that would pull people’s heartstrings. One of those songs that would grab people emotionally more than anything. What have the artists said about the song? I had a bassline sound that I would play with the SP1200—it just had a certain sound and a feel to it. Common came with this incredible story, which at the time we had no idea would be so revered. Common and Twilite Tone talked about the concept before he talked to me about it. My role was refining it into a song and orchestrating the musical changes, and helping Rash structure the bars—making sure he rapped on beat. But once he had the rap in his head, it was just a matter of making it come across the best. I give him full credit on that one.
We shot the video in Chicago. We actually shot two or three videos before it came out right. The version that the world saw was actually the third version, after we wasted a ton of money on the first two . Oh my God this is something special! When I do music, I have a hard time experiencing it like everyone else, because there’s so much thought that goes into it. You can sometimes fool yourself into thinking it’s better than what it is, which stops me from being creative on the next thing I do. So I kind of didn’t know that it was going to be so big. Because when it came out, it’s not like it sold a ton of records.
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