I stepped on a flower, foot on a petal I Like the View by Lil Wayne

Wayne is evoking both nature imagery (flower, petal) and implying that he’s speeding away by stepping on the pedal.

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December 12th, 2013

A flower is a beautiful thing, by most people’s perception, but he stepped on it (rejecting) people’s ideals, and going with his own (a petal/pedal) which was better than he even imagined.

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We in the belly of the beast
And she thinking 'bout abortion
Abortion by Lil Wayne

Lil Wayne is in the belly of the ‘rap game’. We as the fans are the ‘beast’ thinking about ‘abortion’, because at any moment a rapper could be taken from the game, just as a baby in the stomach could be aborted at any moment.

Poetic language — conjures the Biblical image of Jonah inside the Leviathan

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You faker than some titties, you get tittie fucked Tha Carter IV Intro by Lil Wayne

His foes are faker than breast implants, which are usually very evidently fake. Weezy will fuck up anybody fake who comes at him.

A “titty fuck” is a sex act where a woman masturbates a man with her breasts.

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YMCMB, Tha Carter IV Intro by Lil Wayne

Young Money & Cash Money Billionaires, AKA his crew.

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Suicide doors Tha Carter IV Intro by Lil Wayne

A nice addition to some cars.

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I put in overtime, like a tied score Tha Carter IV Intro by Lil Wayne

A tied score necessitates overtime in sports. Weezy is assuring that there’s no question who the winner is at this rap game.

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August 15th, 2013

Wayne is saying that while others do just enough, he goes above and beyond at all times. When the score is tied, that means for the whole game you and your opponent are equal in levels of play. But by putting in “overtime” he leaves no room for “equal” to occur.

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Bitch it’s Carter 4, murders all she wrote Tha Carter IV Intro by Lil Wayne

Is Weezy a closet Angela Lansbury fan?

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They say we learn from mistakes; why, that's why they mistake me Blunt Blowin' by Lil Wayne 2

If people learn from mistakes, then in this case, Wayne is the “mistake” (not literal). People learn from him.

One of the Wayne lines that sounds impressive at first, until you realize it kinda doesn’t make any sense (much like this one).

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Tomorrow never cried, the days of our lives President Carter by Lil Wayne

The future doesn’t care about the past because it’s trying to take its place.

Days of Our Lives is a really famous soap opera and they’re always really dramatic (crying).

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The future is born, put the past in the casket President Carter by Lil Wayne

To take a line from his associate Drake, Weezy is Off That.

Also, “future” as in “Odd Future.” The preceding two lines are originally off Earl Sweatshirt’s “Earl”, and the following line mentions Bastard, Tyler the Creator’s debut album.

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