Crack a Bottle

Album: Relapse (2009)
Charted: 4 1
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  • Oh, ladies and gentlemen
    The moment you've all been waiting for
    In this corner, weighing 175 pounds
    With a record of 17 rapes, 400 assaults, and 4 murders
    The undisputed, most diabolical villain in the world
    Slim Shady (let's go)

    So crack a bottle, let your body waddle
    Don't act like a snobby model, you just hit the lotto
    Oh-oh, oh-oh, bitches hoppin' in my Tahoe
    Got one ridin' shotgun and no, not one of 'em got clothes
    Now where's the rubbers? Who's got the rubbers?
    I noticed there's so many of 'em
    And there's really not that many of us
    And ladies love us, my posse's kickin' up dust
    It's on 'til the break of dawn
    And we're starting this party from dusk

    Okay, let's go

    Back with André the Giant, Mr. Elephant Tusk
    Fix your musk, you'll just be another one bit the dust
    Just one of my mothers sons who got thrown under the bus
    Kiss my butt, lick fromunda cheese from under my nuts
    It disgusts me to see the game the way that it looks
    It's a must I redeem my name and haters get mushed
    Bitches lust, man, they love me when I lay in the cut
    Fisticuffs, the lady gave her eighty-some paper cut
    Now picture us it's ridiculous you curse at the thought
    'Cause when I spit the verse the shit gets worse than Worcestershire sauce
    If I could fit the words, it's picture perfect, works every time
    Every verse, every line, as simple as nursery rhymes
    It's elementary, the elephants have entered the room
    I venture to say we're the center of attention, it's true
    Not to mention back with a vengeance, so here's the signal
    Of the bat symbol, the platinum trio's back on you hoes

    So crack a bottle, let your body waddle
    Don't act like a snobby model, you just hit the lotto
    Oh-oh, oh-oh, bitches hoppin' in my Tahoe
    Got one ridin' shotgun and no, not one of 'em got clothes
    Now where's the rubbers? Who's got the rubbers?
    I noticed there's so many of 'em
    And there's really not that many of us
    And ladies love us, my posse's kickin' up dust
    It's on 'til the break of dawn
    And we're starting this party from dusk

    Ladies and gentlemen, Dr. Dre

    They see that low rider go by they're like, "Oh my"
    You ain't got to tell me why you're sick 'cause I know why
    I dip through in that six-trey, like "Sick 'em, Dre"
    I'm an itch that they can't scratch, they sick of me
    But hey, what else can I say? I love L.A.
    'Cause over and above all, it's just another day
    And this one begins where the last one ends
    Pick up where we left off and get smashed again
    I'll be dammed, just fucked around and crashed my Benz
    Driving 'round with a smashed front end
    Let's cash that one in
    Grab another one from out the stable
    The Monte Carlo, El Camino or the El Dorado?
    The hell if I know
    Do I want leather seats or vinyl?
    Decisions, decisions
    Garage looks like Precision Collision
    Or Maaco, beats quake like Waco
    Just keep the bass low, speakers away from your face though

    So crack a bottle, let your body waddle
    Don't act like a snobby model, you just hit the lotto
    Oh-oh, oh-oh, bitches hoppin' in my Tahoe
    Got one ridin' shotgun and no, not one of 'em got clothes
    Now where's the rubbers? Who's got the rubbers?
    I noticed there's so many of 'em
    And there's really not that many of us
    And ladies love us, my posse's kickin' up dust
    It's on 'til the break of dawn
    And we're starting this party from dusk

    And I take great pleasure in introducing, 50 Cent

    It's bottle after bottle
    The money ain't a thing when you party with me
    It's what we into, it's simple
    We ball out of control like you wouldn't believe
    I'm the Napalm, the bomb, the Don, I'm King Kong
    Get rolled on, wrapped up, and reigned on
    I'm so calm, through Vietnam, ring the alarm
    Bring the Chandon, burn marijuana, do what you want
    Nigga, on and on 'til the break of what?
    Get the paper, man, I'm cakin', you know I don't give a fuck
    I spend it like it don't mean nothin'
    Blow it like it's supposed to be blown, motherfucker I'm grown
    I stunt, I style, I flash the shit (uh-huh)
    I gets what the fuck I want, so what I trick? (Yeah)
    Fat-ass Birkin bag, some classy shit (haha)
    Jimmy Choo shoes, I say, "Move," a bitch move

    So crack a bottle, let your body waddle
    Don't act like a snobby model, you just hit the lotto
    Oh-oh, oh-oh, bitches hoppin' in my Tahoe
    Got one ridin' shotgun and no, not one of 'em got clothes
    Now where's the rubbers? Who's got the rubbers?
    I noticed there's so many of 'em
    And there's really not that many of us
    And ladies love us, my posse's kickin' up dust
    It's on 'til the break of dawn
    And we're starting this party from dusk Writer/s: Andre Romell Young, Curtis James Jackson, Dawaun W. Parker, Jean Gatson Renard, Mark Christopher Batson, Marshall B. III Mathers, Trevor Anthony Lawrence
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 9

  • Tom from Coffs Harbour, Australiaeminem...THE best of all rapers the way he puts rhymes togher its crazy in every verse nearly every single word rhymes
  • Woodz from Huntly West, New Zealand50's verse is the best: I'm the napalm, the bomb, the Don, I'm King Kong, get rolled on..
  • Lucy from Bullhead City, AzEminem is the KING of Rap, I don't care what anyone ever says, he is the KING!
  • Saltine from Htown, TxNice song but probably his 2nd worst on Relapse and thats sayin something. In a good way of course.
  • Dallas from San Antonio, Txawsum song...and album keep it up slim
  • Tiana from London, United KingdomI love this song but Eminem is in my opinion the greatest rapper of all time.
    but i still feel like it doesn't quite live up to the lyrical standards of songs like Sing For the Moment, Spend Some Time, The Way I Am or Til I Collapse to name a few
  • Tyfa from North, United Kingdomem knows how to rhyme, no doubt about that
  • Kayla from St. Paul, MnThis song is so CLASSIC..... He is a legend.
  • Lacie from Whitefish, MtI LOVE this song.
    Quality
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