I'm the shit, you're shit out of luck, tough
I'm the act to follow, housing kids like Ronald
Mac like Donald Goines, flows I change like coins
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Three cliches involving shit: to be the shit, to be shit out of luck, tough shit
Another cliche he plays with: a tough act to follow
The Ronald McDonald House is a charity for the families of children undergoing treatment, allowing them to stay close to their loved ones in the hospital.
Donald Goines wrote a series of popular novels about black street life — he can be considered a kind of “mack” since he described that lifestyle.
He “changes” flows, in that his flow on his 1992 album Soul By the Pound was quite different, and involved a lot more of the verbal sound effects that he mimics in the next line, which sounds like a coin bouncing on the ground.
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