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Perhaps a reference to the fact that, while other peoples' bad experiences make for great songs for us to listen to, they suck to experience for ourselves.

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The previous lines are the beginning of a metaphor involving magnets.
They were “burned” by each other by acting the same way towards one another.

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Continues the magnet metaphor from above (positives and negatives on magnets will repel each other, but one positive and one negative pole will pull each other together)

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Even despite the fact that the entire song has been him pleading with himself and the girl that he WON’T go and see her, he’s going to, and he’ll wake up “on the left side” of her bed “on the other side of town.”

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The girl the song is about focuses on the negatives in her life as a way to measure her “experiences” and perhaps how grown-up she is.

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In reference to the previous line, Grieves is suggesting that his own demons will make things even worse for the girl in question.

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Not only is Kreayshawn cool, but she’s cold. She is, in fact, so cold, that she finds heat to be an excessive luxury, especially when produced by a heater — so fuck it.

This could also mean that she fucks her HVAC repairman.

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September 23rd, 2012

she hates guns, thats what put her friend in jail. (a heater or “heat” is a gun)

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Kreayshawn trying to justify her bad tattoos and the fact that she can’t sell records.

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A white girl testing the waters on whether or not it’s socially acceptable for her to say “nigger.”

(it isn’t.)

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September 23rd, 2012

fuck the police, they arrested her friend V-nasty.

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In these opening lines, Kreayshawn informs us that she is not feeling well.
However, her reluctance to list her symptoms may result in a misdiagnosis and further complications.

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This isn’t a fucking hip hop song.

It’s “large bread,” not “large spread.”

I think that “I’ll be god damned if you can’t see that yourself” is essentially a frustrated aside — he sees the good in her, but she can’t (or won’t).

That’s how I interpret it, anyway.

"Spitting up love like it's ipecac" (Grieves – Tragic) | accepted

Grieves isn’t bulimic, even in a metaphorical sense.
He’s “spitting love,” i.e. rapping about love and/or rapping positive lyrics.

Yo, this song is called “Lazy Sunday” and it’s by The Lonely Island.