A Baltimore Love Thing

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  • This song portrays the heroin problem in Baltimore, Maryland. In this song, 50 Cent is writing and singing as if he were the actual drug heroin. The song is meant to be listened to as if "heroin" were telling the story. This song also portrays a love relationship with a girl similar to a relationship that someone would have with heroin. He mentions, "If you give birth, I'll already be in love with your kids" meaning that if a heroin addict uses heroin while they are pregnant the baby will be effected too. >>
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    Alan - Beaver Falls, PA
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  • Mel!ssa from Pittsburgh, Palove the cobain and hendrix references. it touches everyone. rock. rap. city. country. suburbs...
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