You bust a pinata open with a stick like Sean busts the pussy open.
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Sean and Chris have worked too hard and been too successful to hit the town and do it on the cheap
Continuing personifying, Luke refers to his life as a girl. And he doesn’t want his life to be a machine and do the same thing repeatedly.
In reference to Common’s iconic I Used to Love H.E.R. using a girl as a metaphor for hip hop, Luke emphasizes that he doesn’t want his life to become routine and his raps to become monotone and mechanical.
Luke quotes a father as he states in the following lines.
Going along with the planetary theme, along with the personification, Luke asks the sun to help brighten earth.
He personifies the earth and moon. The world is funny and the moon is laughing about it.
Keeping his friends close, and holding onto his enemies to keep them closer.
Everyone else is fake, like cartoons.
She drinks away her pain because she never truly put her heart into her dreams so she could succeed.
It’s all been a secret because of her other man, but now that they can officially date, they don’t even need condoms because they have already been together for so long.
He’s saying that the only motive guys have is to have sex with girls and that even with that in mind we go on dates without condoms