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The Crazy Horse is a parisian cabaret. It’s one of the most famous cabaret in the world. Actually, the cabaret is well known for its stage shows performed by nude female dancers.

“They got nothing on you” : It’s a way for Robin to say that the girl (Paula Patton) that he brought to the Crazy Horse has nothing to envy to the nude girls on stage

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“Yes, yes yes”

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It’s a sample from Boogie Down Production’s song called “Build and Destroy”, that was a verse of KRS One.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uyhU7-0_cLk&feature=related

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On a tellement d'égo qu'on s'imagine mal mourir sans que cela n'aie aucune repercussion sur son entourage ou sur les gens, en général.

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Chaque note fait battre son “mic”. Le micro' étant une métaphore filée dans ce morceau pour parler du coeur, lorsque le beat repart, son mic (coeur) bat.

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Une référence aux multiples récits d'apparitions de la Sainte-Vierge, comme à Lourdes en 1858.

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Le goût amer dégueulasse qu'on à tous quand on à trop bu… Ou qu'on est enceinte. Mais… Vous êtes quand même pas enceinte ?

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Tout à fait !

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James Delleck fait référence à la chanson “Tonton du Bled” du groupe de rap français “113” composé de Rim'K, AP et Mokobé. Dans le refrain de “Tonton du bled”, on entend souvent “Lé lé la.”

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o-rgPCZZFWg

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“Défendu tel le fruit” est une référence au Fruit défendu, celui qui fit expulser Adam et Eve du jardin d'Eden, c'est aussi devenu pour nous, pauvres mortels, un moyen de representer le pêché de la luxure.

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"Shine your light for the world to see" (Yasiin Bey – Umi Says) | pending

It’s also a way to say to his son that he have to become famous.

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