Because I'm a rock up L
Low life loser, life like luna
Lafidasical, lispless luna
Tic liver lifeless, living likeness
Lusting longing lyrics like this
Little league, lard larsonist liar
Label ledger, left the leper liar
Bull, lull, lateral learning
Laps language latent lurking
Language, language, local logo
Light laboring, limited local
Death Blow by Kool Moe Dee

I'ma rock them L’s! Low life loser, life like luna, lacksadaisical, listless luna, Tic liver lifeless, living likeness, lusting longing lyrics like this, little league, lard larsonist liar, label ledger, left the leper lia, bull, lull, lateral learning, laps language latent lurking, language, language, local logo, light laboring, limited local

With rhymes like these, it’s a wonder that battle with LL Cool J didn’t go better. This reads less like a battle rap and more like a Sesame Street segment.

Not many people can actually make heads or tails of what he’s saying anyways, as if it matters. Would it be any less ridiculous if we managed to figure out what phrase really goes in place of “listless luna”? It’s fairly obvious that Moe Dee was the first and last emcee on record to try and take out an opponent simply by showing how many words he knows that start with the same letter.

Analysis comes from Cracked

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Stop letting little monsters teach you how to dance and Sarah Palin vs. Lady Gaga by Nice Peter (Ft. Lisa Nova)

Lady Gaga refers to her fans as ‘little monsters’.
Palin puts a spin on this by saying that her dancing looks like she’s some sort of deformed, weird, extraterrestrial creature. .
https://twitter.com/#!/ladygaga/statuses/166620133857558529

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July 11th, 2013

She is saying that she is so bad at dancing that she has to have her fans teach her how to do it!

Slayer M
June 25th, 2012

Could also be a reference to the TV Show ‘Yo Gabba Gabba’, which stars… well, a bunch of dancing monsters (of which the costume that ‘Lady Gaga’ wears in the video at this point could easily fit in with).

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I'll be dropping mad apples on your head from the shoulders of giants Einstein vs Stephen Hawking by Nice Peter (Ft. Lloyd Ahlquist)

Shoulders of giants is also a reference to a quote attributed to Issac Newton

This makes references to two concepts in physics and common language.
The first is to the apple, which is a symbol of gravity. This is because an apple was purported to have fallen on Sir Isaac Newton’s head, which was the foundation of his theory of gravitation.

The second is ‘from the shoulders of giants’, meaning to develop theories from the works of others. Hawking is saying that his work is significant enough that his work will be used extensively in future studies.
This is also a reference to the Hawking book of the same name. .

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If I was you I'd be scared to death
Hit a nigga up, leave him right there in his mess
My World (Nas Salute) by Jay Electronica

His opponent should be scared, because Jay isn’t afraid to kill someone and then just take off, leaving the person there in their blood and bodily fluids, not scared of evidence or the police. .

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Try me, the smallest flea on the dog won't get by me My World (Nas Salute) by Jay Electronica

Nothing gets past Jay.
He uses the ‘flea’ to symbolise even small details that you may try to slip past Jay, but he warns that he catches them all. .

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You ain't ready for war, hide your barrel My World (Nas Salute) by Jay Electronica

Jay doesn’t think that it’s smart for you to beef with him, so you shouldn’t threaten him with your gun. .

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Rap masters Suckas by Jay Electronica

This refers to the ‘master’s degree’, a certificate of education one step lower than a PhD.
He’s saying he has a mastery of rap, and he’s skillfull.

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I want it all
I want it all for myself
All For Myself by Sufjan Stevens

The song finishes with this haunting refrain one more time, as a warning that selfishness, greed, and jealousy are the enemies of love. .

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Out in the earth I smell of you All For Myself by Sufjan Stevens

He’s digging into the earth, to bury the body.

This is a testament to how instable he is.
Even after killing and burying his love, he is fawning over his victim’s smell, being creepily obsessive. .

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I want it all
I want it all for myself
All For Myself by Sufjan Stevens

His greed and jealousy has caused a loss of the person he loves, and although his love is dead, he has finally got the person he is pursuing all to himself. .

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