Actually flick cigarette ash at bitch niggas Whoa by Earl Sweatshirt (Ft. Tyler The Creator)

A sign of disrespect in order to show others that they are inferior to the almighty Earl Sweatshirt. This also contradicts the previous line in the fact that he initially said that he was blizzardous (cold), but instead is as hot as cigarette ash in the way he spits.

This could be a reference to the lyrics in the song EARL.
‘And knock blunt ashes into their caskets and laugh it off’, this could also show that after all this time he still doesn’t give a fuck

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Peas and carrots, live and grow, that's my day job Cypher by HS87 (Ft. Audio Push, B Mac the Queen, Casey Veggies, Hit-Boy, Kent Money, Method Man, Oktane, Raekwon, Redman, Rick Ross & Xzibit) 2

Peas and Carrots” is a reference to his name, Casey Veggies, and his label, Peas N Carrots International. He and his label “live and grow” (much like vegetables do) every day, meaning he is becoming a better person/rapper by learning from his peers and mistakes.

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Cause your bite ain't as bad as your bark Cypher by HS87 (Ft. Audio Push, B Mac the Queen, Casey Veggies, Hit-Boy, Kent Money, Method Man, Oktane, Raekwon, Redman, Rick Ross & Xzibit) 2

Xzibit references the common American idiom “All Bark and No Bite” Xzibit is stating that you talk like you’re all tough, but when it really comes down to actually being tough, you are not.

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I really love your peaches, want to shake your tree The Joker by Steve Miller Band

He is comparing the woman’s body to a Peach tree. He really likes her body (the peaches) and want’s to make love to her (‘shake her tree’)

‘Peaches’ could also directly be a reference to the woman’s boobs.

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They give it up and they give it up and they give it up
But they never ask why
Daddy was a rollin' rollin' stone
He rolled away one day and he never came home
Same in the End by Sublime

Bradley Nowell is most likely referring to the Women from Mississippi (or women in general); being free-spirited and practically giving away sex.

Why?

Well, a rolling stone is referred to as being someone who is often moving places or changing. Never settling in an established abode or area. The term is actually in itself a reference to the old saying, a rolling stone gathers no moss.”

Bradley could also being saying in general that many women who turn to prostitution or are sluts, are that way due to issues and problems at home; the most common being Dad not being present in their life.

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Down in Mississippi where the sun beats down from the sky Same in the End by Sublime

(This picture is an actual Mississippi sunset. Beautiful huh?)

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And I'm sharing Slurpees and you ain't even begin to swallow PartyIsntOver/Campfire/Bimmer by Tyler The Creator (Ft. Frank Ocean & Lætitia Sadier)

You ever had a Slurpee from a 7-Eleven store? That shit’s delcious! How can you not begin to swallow that deliciousness?!

He could also be talking about how into the girl he is even though she isn’t very sexual, He’s sharing Slurpees with her (romantic cliche) even though she hasn’t begun to “swallow”. Alluding back to the “Not a lot of miles on your meter” line in the first verse.

Could also be a reference to this tweet..
https://twitter.com/fucktyler/status/213532747904458752

And that tweet is in turn a lyric from N.E.R.DTape You. N.E.R.D is Tyler’s favorite band.

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Down there at the pawn shop what has been told
Albino made of stone just remember that it's flesh and bone
Pawn Shop by Sublime

It isn’t quite sure what Bradley meant here but it could be assumed that, ‘Albino made of stone’ is a reference to possibly the pawn shop owner: A white man, who does not budge when it comes to bargaining, thus being ‘made of stone’.

Remember that it’s flesh and bone’ might further support why the man does not budge when it comes to bargaining; this is his life, his business, his ‘flesh and bone’.

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But the day that I die
Will be the day that I shut my mouth and put down my guitar
Same in the End by Sublime

Bradley and the band will never quit playing music as long as they live!

Unfortunately, Bradley Nowell’s life did eventually come to a tragic end. On May 25th, 1996, fellow band member and drummer Bud Gaugh found Bradley dead, half-way on a bed in a hotel room, due to heroin overdose.

R.I.P. Bradley Nowell! You’re still playin' that guitar with each spin of a Sublime record!

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I was always taught that boy meets girl
Fall in love get married and forget the world
Nine months later, the sweet babys on the way
Kiss 'em on the check and lifes ok
5446/Ball and Chain by Sublime

This is pretty much what society expects of individuals in order to live a “normal life”. There is a subtle hint of sarcasm in his tone of voice though, so the listener is led to assume that Bradley believes that this “normal life” is either not necessary or is/was an unobtainable goal in life.

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