See there’s a star that's born in every bar at dawn
When he’s searching for his car with the car alarm
Here I try to tie Norm the idea of “Cheers” with the neighborhood I described Hip Hop came from (the one with the car alarms)
So I am imagining Norm, coming out of “Cheers” to see his car stereo had been jacked.
I view this as an awakening, as if by the end of the song you should be awakened to it’s meaning.
Hip Hop is “street”…not commercial- this is it’s reality.
I use the “star” in dawn, to mean the sun- or the “light” to which illuminates the metaphors meaning.
Norm- is still short for normal (double entendre) which represents the “normal” average man.
Which is to who this song is written to.
Basically- maybe it takes your stereo to be stolen out of your BMW which once blasted Hip Hop, to understand your place in the Hip Hop world.
To sober you up.
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