The Just For Me perm Goodbye Love by Danny! 15

Just For Me was a popular brand of “child safe” perm kits in the early 90s. It was not uncommon for African-American girls to relax their hair with products such as this back then. Presumably, Danny!’s lost love actually IS African-American, or some white chick with incredibly straight hair

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We was together on the block since free lunch Goodbye Love by Danny! 15

Danny! reminisces that he and his former flame have been together for quite some time, as far back as when public school lunches were of no cost to students. This line also references another song, specifically “Song Cry” by Jay-Z.

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Ayo pause man, chill Goodbye Love by Danny! 15

Danny! catches himself from coming off as teh ghey and interrupts his own verse mid-bar

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When I met you, I admit my first thoughts was to trick
You look so good
Goodbye Love by Danny! 15

Danny! tends to pay homage to rap legends in his lyrics. Here, his opening two bars is a nod to the Notorious B.I.G.’s “Me & My Bitch” from his debut album “Ready To Die”.

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This ain't a "chick" song
This a "suck my dick" song
Goodbye Love by Danny! 15

So that the listener does not get confused, Danny! kicks off “Goodbye Love” by distinguishing that though the song is about a woman, it has more to do with comeuppance and vindication.

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Danny! Where Is Danny? by Danny! 33

No, not that Danny. The first one.

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Built a cloning machine Where Is Danny? by Danny! 33

Incorporating technology that was previously used to duplicate sheep, stem cells and Lil Wayne (see: Childish Gambino), Danny! divulges that he has improved on the formula.

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Teresa Where Is Danny? by Danny! 33

Teresa, according to excerpts from Danny!’s discography, is a former love interest that later revealed that she was a married woman long after the two became intimate. This is the last of three songs to reference her, the first two being “It Changes” and “Where Were You”.

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Snortin' coffee beans in a green trough Where Is Danny? by Danny! 33

Used primarily as a feeding place for farm animals, troughs can sometimes measure up to 50 feet in length. That’s almost as much caffeine in a can of pre-FDA-restricted Four Loko.

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He's probably doin' a ten year bid Where Is Danny? by Danny! 33

One of many prerequisites to being a successful rapper was to have served a stint in jail. In Soviet Russia, jail serves a stint in you.

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