What Does Her Stand For

What Does Her Stand For

What is yours? Do you support this common song?

Representing the hip in its essence and reality

The general singer in the song is a metaphor for the state when writing hip-hop music.

I think it's modern music and a lifestyle in itself.

To spread

I loved the H&R melodies.

One verse:

I met this girl when I was ten years old

And the one he loves the most has many lives

He was old when I was little

I never knew in my life that he would be there for me

Ordinary, not a church girl, she is secular

It wasn't money, it wasn't the horse that saved him

But I respect it, it touches my heart

Some black people from New York managed to enter the park

But he is there for me and I am there

Get him a chair, ■■■■ him up

And just relax, relax and listen to it

I wish I could do this while sitting on bones

In the end, if that happened then it would happen

Because we are physically and physically united

And he was born, so when the warehouse comes, I'll be a gecko

Slim feels good to me when it's underground

■■■■ is pure and pure and sister

Dude, I said I miss him

Verse two.

I will see now

Use girls in clubs and parties

He doesn't have time, but he gets fat fast

He made several videos and became Afro-centric.

With knitting, ID out with pearl medals

He is here, wait

Wow my man he threw me tea

Don't get dressed, talk to me

I use the relaxed method easily

It emptied my rap, we're getting closer

But then go to the west coast, and that's great

Because I go to school at about the same time

And I'm a man of expansion, so why should I take the path?

He can get his money in Los Angeles.

And he farms horses, he has bars, but what is he?

He said that the history of professionals is over

"Afrecentrism is a thing of the past," he said.

So she joined the R&B hippies

Now the music is music and that's fine

I'm not salty, he disagrees with the boys

Because it was good for him, he went too far.

I declare that I am with her, I am in this freestyle

I just don't care about anyone

And see the link

Verse three:

Maybe I forgot to mention that crap is creative.

But once a person heals you, it changes the local

I tell her if she has anything energetic

That he could make money, and he liked it

Now I see it in commercials, it's universal

It always swings in the center circle

Now she is in the suburbs, licking rocks and wearing them up to her waist

And no mess when he comes to town

Talk about glimpses, serve rock and beat hearts

Now he is hanging out with her

Always smoking and biting

Tell me a sad story, now he's just ■■■■■■■ NK

Put pressure on W and talk real

That's really the most real swz

I did it, not just to say I did it

But I got involved with a lot of idiots who beat him

That he is not like all these groups

I saw that N * # * az hit him and took him to the ditch

But I will bring another injection to stop it

Because I'm talking about you, how nice

What Does Her Stand For

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What Does Her Stand For

What is yours Do you support this common song? 3

I haven't heard the song ll and maybe the explanation is in the song, but I don't know what it means.

Does anyone know when the next album will be released?

Representing the hip in its essence and reality

The common woman in the song is a metaphor for the current state of hip-hop music.

I think it's modern music and a lifestyle in itself.

To spread

I really liked H E R's words.

Verse one:

I met this girl when I was ten years old.

And there are many souls in what he loves the most.

He was an old student when I was younger.

I never knew in my life that he would be with me.

Ordinary, not a church girl, she is secular.

It wasn't money, it wasn't the horse that saved him

But I respect that, it touches my heart.

Some black people in New York made it a park

But he is for me and I am for him.

Get him a chair, ■■■■ him up

And just relax, relax and listen to it

I wish I could do that sitting on the bones

After all, if that were the case, it would be

Because we are physically and mentally united.

And he was born so when the warehouse comes I will be a gecko.

Slim feels good to me when it's underground.

■■■■ pure and pure and sister

Dude, I said I miss him.

Verse two:

I will see now

Use girls in clubs and parties.

He doesn't have time, but he gets fat fast.

He made many videos and became Afrocentric.

Out with knitting, out with medal ID

He's on this board, stop him

But my people taught me

Don't wear clothes, talk to me

I simply apply the calm method.

He emptied my rap, we are getting closer with him.

But then he attacked the west coast and that's great.

Because I went to school at that time.

And I'm an expansionist, so why get in the way?

He can get his money in Los Angeles.

And he's full, he has a bar, but what happened?

"Professional is old," he said.

"Afro-centrism is a thing of the past," he said.

So he joined R&B Hipuse byj.

Now music is music and that's fine.

I'm not salty, she's against boys.

As good as it was for him, he got very round.

I pressed him while he was in this freestyle.

I just don't care about anyone

And see the link

Verse number three:

Maybe I forgot to mention that crap is creative.

But once a person heals you, it changes the local

I tell her if she has any energy.

That he can make money, and he does.

Now when I see it in commercials, it's universal.

It always swings along the center circle.

She is now in the suburbs, licking rocks and dressing up to her waist.

And when he comes into town, there's a mess

Talk about glue, serve rock and hit the bushes.

Now he's hanging out with her

Always smoking and bored

Tell a sad story, now he just ■■■■■ with NK

Emphasize the W and make it real

This is really the most real swz. To type

I did it, not just to say I did it.

But I got engaged to a lot of idiots who killed her.

That he is not like all these groups.

I saw that n * # * az hit him and took him to the ditch.

But I am going to bring back your needle to stop this rudeness.

Because I'm talking about you, how nice.

What Does Her Stand For