Don't play in her garden and don't smell her flower
Call me Mr. Carter or Mr. Lawn Mower
The first line is a delicate, pastoral injunction to stay away from girls that’s also an allusion to the purity of the Garden of Eden before the fall
The second line is a violent rejection: “Not only will I smell the flowers, but I will mow them down (i.e. have sex with many women and possibly some virgins)”
For more on Lil Wayne’s attitudes toward sex, do yourself a favor and read his extremely entertaining interview with Playboy. Teaser:
PLAYBOY: How old were you when you lost your virginity and what were the circumstances?
WAYNE: I was 11 and the girl was 13. She had every board game you could imagine. I liked board games…
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