[Verse 2: Eminem] Take from Me by Bad Meets Evil (Ft. Claret Jai)

This whole verse is about how no one appreciates the little things his work nowadays. Quality has gone down in the music industry, except for Em and he knows it

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I'm livid today Take from Me by Bad Meets Evil (Ft. Claret Jai)

He’s mad that no appreciates the little things he does. Quality is gone from people’s minds today, except people at RAP GENIUS

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We invaded created a Pyramid
Of a Haven of names, so blame Dre, and that ear of his
Renegade by Bad Meets Evil

Dre got Em, Em got Royce

  1. Dre

  2. Em

  3. Royce

Because Dre went through all the BS to sign Em, it lead to more Bad Meets Evil stuff

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Is I am
Bipolar while I’m rhyming standing beside a big ole white bear
Loud Noises by Bad Meets Evil (Ft. Slaughterhouse)

Bipolar disorder involves periods of elevated or irritable mood (mania), alternating with periods of depression. The “mood swings” between mania and depression can be very abrupt.

bipolar also has the word polar in it meaning

the rest of this line is a play on to the bear theme, ‘big old white bear’ is a polar, but is also saying that eminem is a white bear (white vicious BIG rapper) get it?

This is also a refrence to a line Eminem previously said on ‘'Thats All She Wrote’‘

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And drop the trans, I'm in the trance, now look at this bitch dance) A Kiss by Bad Meets Evil

Reference to No Hands, sticking with the Waka references. Also, if you spun a car around and floored it in reverse you would drop the transmission…. Em also means to flip her over and have her drop her ass.

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My dick's so big you could drop it in dirt A Kiss by Bad Meets Evil

Reference to his line in Slaughterhouse’s Mega Mix
This also continues the boxing theme, where your goal in a street fighting is to “drop them in dirt”

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Choke
Cough from all the smoke, I'm tryna stay on fire
So you know if I hate fucking water sprinklers, I don't love the hose
Above the Law by Bad Meets Evil (Ft. Claret Jai)

He’s on fire, so smoke is around him, so he stays on his roll of rapping good (Since Recovery was released). He wants to stay “on fire” and water puts that out, bad complications with women often kill things. Also there is a double entendre on “hoes”/“hose”, continuing with the water sprinkler line… shady’s BACK!

On Fire” may also be a reference to the track with the same name om his Recovery album.

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The competition's miserable, we stomp them bitches this is no
Joke, going overboard like someone threw us off the boat
Above the Law by Bad Meets Evil (Ft. Claret Jai)

Nowadays, quality has taken a backseat to “bad” music. Hell, Lil Wayne can freestyle everything and make a a bunch of money. Lyrically, Bad Meets Evil blows the competition out of the water, and are going to great lengths to make everything insane

Play on “Overboard”. Em and Royce are goin' Overboard (doing more than needed, just killing shit) and going over-board means jumping off the side of a ship.

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I’m in this game to demolish it, establish my dominance
Over prominent rappers
Loud Noises by Bad Meets Evil (Ft. Slaughterhouse)

Beginning of Shady’s reign over rap. Taking over the game from wackass rappers!

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September 6th, 2013

Like Jay said too much is linked to explain, He’s not talking about Shady he’s talking aout himself. He is stating why he writes what and how he writes. “Over prominent rappers…opposite” He’s saying that he is anti prominent or mainstream rappers, no need to name names and that they talking shit to someone anti them

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Then I let you witness shit when it hit the ceiling Loud Noises by Bad Meets Evil (Ft. Slaughterhouse)

Shit hits the fan

Be fucking lucky he even LETS you witness shit hit the ceiling

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