Lock the parents out Youth by MGMT

That youthful rebellion of excluding parent figures, considering the limitations parents often enforce on their children.

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We could flood the streets
With love or light or heat
Youth by MGMT

As in, we could fill the streets with love, light, or heat.

“Love” and “light” are both associated with “heat” or warmth — love making one feel warm and light being a source of heat.

Although contrary to MGMT’s “modern hippie” stance, “heat” could refer to guns, in conjunction with the opening of the prior line.

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Who we stomp-kicked in the head and who we left for dead Loco-Motive by Nas (Ft. Large Professor)

Following the preceding line, Nas gets high and tries to forget what happened in his past — including the crimes he committed against his friends and foes.

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Never faded The God by MurrayMumbles 2

Infinity is never-ending, eternal — so it never fades.

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500 grams a day of horny goat weed I Can Still Do It by Kwayzar

Horny goat weed is a common aphrodisiac, used to help people who can’t “get it on,” get it on.

Additionally, 500 grams is a pretty high dose (actually, absurdly high). Typical dosage can be anywhere from 300 mg to a full 1800 mg.

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Looking to make a vow soon Swimming Pools (Drank) by Kendrick Lamar 2

The word vow, is interesting here — according to Google and Latin Word List, “vow” is a solemn oath or a promise to God.

K. Dot is about to pass the point of no return — make a commitment to “getting fucked up” (as per the next line), which is, in its own right, a vow.

He could also have meant he was looking to get lucky with some women with the reference to marriage “…make a vow soon.”

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Her wagon-spokes made of long spinners’ legs Queen Mab Speech by William Shakespeare (Ft. Mercutio)

The spoke of her chariot’s wheels are spiders' legs.

That’s quite the picture, scale-wise.

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On the fore-finger of an alderman Queen Mab Speech by William Shakespeare (Ft. Mercutio)

This goes with the previous in line in that Queen Mab is only the size of an agate that’s so small, it can just fit on the forefinger of an alderman, or county official.

However, this could infer she’s larger than we might think: an alderman is pretty high up in local government, which would mean he’s figuratively “bigger.”

When you read on, though, you know that Shakespeare (via Mercutio) is showing her to be tiny as heck. This bit was just thrown in for humor.

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She is the fairies’ midwife, Queen Mab Speech by William Shakespeare (Ft. Mercutio)

A midwife is a sort of healthcare profession in which the so-titled offers breast-feeding services, along with other child-bearing assistance.

This “Queen Mab” is a tiny lady who aids in the birth of, and breast-feeds fairies.

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Then I’ll swag it like a kid who’s got holes in his head
Take a picture, print it out, so I can see I’m already dead
Why I Prefer Writing by MurrayMumbles 8

Talking about giving in to the hype — this engineered “awesomeness” that I despise.

Ugh.

Not gonna happen.

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