And if we meet again some day, we’ll save each other’s lives
From the shallow depths of flattery and treat each other right
The Reprise by D-WHY

If they meet again sometime down the road they will have learned from their pasts and made changes for the better. The “shallow depths of flattery” is like the expression “skin deep.” Something that is only skin deep is superficial and doesn’t matter as much as what is at the core. Flattery is one of those things.

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Life's a McDonald's combo meal, baby we going large All Good by D-WHY (Ft. Hit-Boy) 2

Not the most romantic thing you could say to your woman, comparing life and relationship to a fast food chain. “Going large” or going big means doing something and reaching the full potential on it. At McDonald’s the default meal size is medium, but you can request it large to up size your fries and drink (for a small charge.)

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If pain's the price of pretty, someone put me out my misery All Good by D-WHY (Ft. Hit-Boy) 2

Putting someone out of their misery is usually a phrase used when someone is in so much pain that death truly is a better choice than life. Such as when someone is in a vegetative state, pulling the plug to life support may be the more humane thing to do.
D-WHY poses that “pain’s the price of pretty” and implying that he is so pretty his pain level would be pretty high, perhaps so high that it would be better if he was put out of his misery.

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You've been here 60 seconds, I've been here for a minute All Good by D-WHY (Ft. Hit-Boy) 2

The use of the word “minute” in modern slang has extended to mean a longer amount of time. Telling someone that, “I ain’t seen you in a minute.” would mean that you hadn’t seen them in a while. In contrast, his haters (or competition) have only been in the spotlight for literally one minute.

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Nine lives, All Good by D-WHY (Ft. Hit-Boy) 2

Do you know who has nine lives? Cats. That’s who.

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They tell me ain't nothing free in life, but I'm living my life carefree
Stuntin' like someone triple-double-dog dared me
All Good by D-WHY (Ft. Hit-Boy) 2

The old adage goes, “nothing in life is free.” but yet D-WHY is living his life “free of cares.” He goes hard and stunts with reckless abandon in the same manner as if someone “triple-double-dog” dared him to. This juvenile phrase also reflects a childlike innocence in which he tackles projects and ambitions.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZLZj3zOUZNs

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No matter where the venue girl I'd support you regardless Fan by Hit-Boy (Ft. James Fauntleroy)

A venue is the place where the show will take place. Whether it’s a classy place like the Bellagio in Las Vegas:

Or perhaps a bar like this one:

Hit-Boy says he will be there either way.

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I'll be right there on the floor
If your name on the bill
Fan by Hit-Boy (Ft. James Fauntleroy)

Having your “name on the bill” involves being recognized as the performer for the night or show. If Hit-Boy knows this girl will be there he’d be right there “on the floor.” The floor is an area in front of the stage where there is no seating and standing room only. The most loyal of fans will wait in long lines for hours upon end just so they can push their way to the front and get as close to the performer as possible.

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Girl, If you was a star
I would pull up to your show
Spend my last dollar, to be in the front row
Stand out in the line, in the rain or in the snow
I'd do anything, just to let you know
Fan by Hit-Boy (Ft. James Fauntleroy)

Hit-Boy is telling a woman that if she was famous he would do everything to see her preform. He’d spend all of his money to get as close to her as possible, and he’d wait in line for hours no matter the conditions. Just so she would know his feelings for her.

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Hoes at my shows they be strippin' off they clothes Goldie by A$AP Rocky

at many concerts, to express their love for the performer (or maybe just for attention) women will raise their shirts to flash their exposed breasts. A$AP calls these women hoes and acknowledges the amount of excitement he creates when he preforms.

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