Long Lap Dance

Album: Thr33 Ringz (2008)


  • This song is about how men often fall victim to DJs who switch songs up too quickly when they've just paid for a lap dance. T-Pain explained on a press release: "In Florida, strippers charge for lap dances by the song. If you just so happen to ask a girl for a lap dance in the middle of a song and the DJ cuts it off, you still have to pay the full price. So I just made a long song, so whenever you ask for it, you should be good. And the DJs know that they can't cut it off, 'cause then it wouldn't be the 'Long Lap Dance' song."


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