"Look up at the sky! It's a bird! It's a plane!" Director's Cut (Michael Myers & Superman) by Travis Barker & Yelawolf

It’s SUPERMAN!

This comes from Superman, and this is what people say when they first see him

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Some Famous kicks to match Funky Shit by Travis Barker & Yelawolf

Famous Stars and Straps is a clothing company owned by Travis Barker

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ue30DGLfvrg

Travis gave Yela his own signature series, called Country Fresh, under the Famous brand. Yela really likes Famous. A lot.

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Put 'em in a cereal bowl
In Alabama, then I holler out "Cheerio"
Funky Shit by Travis Barker & Yelawolf

Cheerio’s are a type of cereal.

Cheerio is also an old-fashioned way of saying goodbye.


Note the triple syllable rhyme scheme (with assonance, and Yela’s accent):

Cheer rhymes with cer
Rio rhymes with eal
o rhymes with bowl

Cereal bowl/Cheerio

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Geeked up on 7 Up Funky Shit by Travis Barker & Yelawolf

7 Up is a popular soda.

Many people make lean in 2-liter Sprite or 7up bottles. The state of being after drinking lean is called geeked or geeking

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I'm all about constructing my paper
Kind of like a pocket full of Elmer's Glue
Funky Shit by Travis Barker & Yelawolf

After his album, Radioactive, debuted at #27 on Billboard, selling 41,000 copies in it’s first week, you know Yela is all about getting money (or paper)

Elmer’s Glue is the most common brand of glue. Many kids use it to construct crafts with paper in school

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So hit a drumroll, I'll jump in like a jump rope
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Funky Shit by Travis Barker & Yelawolf

Cue to Travis Barker (a drummer)

When it drops, Yela “jumps in” like double dutch jump roping. He raps quickly in the upcoming line

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=jyrHEyC_500#t=33s


Note the double syllable rhyme scheme (with assonance):

Drum rhymes jump
Roll rhymes with rope

Drumroll/jumprope

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808 weighs a ton, so drop it Funky Shit by Travis Barker & Yelawolf

An 808 is a signature bass (in this context. 808 refers to the Roland TR-808, one of the first drum synthesizers, and a large part of southern hip hop sound). The bass drop is often a signal that the beat is starting, so it is go time.

From a literal standpoint, 808 pounds is a lot, so why would you be carrying it?


Note the double syllable rhyme scheme (with assonance):

Drop rhymes with lock
It rhymes with et

Drop it/Locket

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Got up on my horse in the woods, whoa
Magical, sorcerer goods
Steal from the rich put more in the hood
Funky Shit by Travis Barker & Yelawolf

This is the story of Robin Hood used as a metaphor for giving back or getting the rich to pay to the poor

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I don't walk if I can ride the beat
But wouldn't you though? Don't lie to me
Of course you would,
Funky Shit by Travis Barker & Yelawolf

A small jab at laziness nowadays, coupled with Yela’s tendency to fast rap.

Yela is a chopper, or fast rapper.

With obesity on the rise, it’s clear that a lot of people would rather use an escalator than the stairs.


Note the double syllable rhyme scheme (with assonance):

Ride rhymes with lie
Beat rhymes with me

Ride/lie
Beat/Me

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In Hollywood, like Aykroyd Funky Shit by Travis Barker & Yelawolf

Dan Aykroyd is a famous actor. He is known for being Elwood Blues of The Blues Brothers, and Ray Stantz of the Ghostbusters

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