1998, Antonio M. Reid, Arista, Atlanta, Atlanta Metropolitan College, Babyface, Beautiful Skin, Beauty, Big Gipp, Black Woman, Blue Hurt, Blue Lines, Blue Lines Blog, BMG Records, California, Cameron Gipp, Cee Lo, Cee-Lo Green, college, Conversation, Courting, Craig Love, David Whild, Dirty South, DJ Muggs, Dungeon Family, Enhanced CD, Georgia, Goodie Mob, Hip-Hop Quotable, Joi, Joi Gilliam, Kenneth B. Edmonds, Key Yemaya Walker, Keypsiia, Keypsiia Walker, Keypsiia Yemaya Walker, Khujo, LaFace, LaFace Records, Mr. DJ, music, MW, Myla, Myla Watson, Organized Noize, Organized Noize Productions Inc, Respect, Rico Wade, Robert Barnett, Sacramento, South West Atlanta, Still Standing, SWATS, T-Mo, Thomas Burton, Thomas DeCarlo Callaway, UNC Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Willie Knighton, Willie Knighton Jr., women
Mmmm.. this particular song right here is..
dedicated to the black woman
And it doesn’t pertain to all black women
because some of y’all disrespect y’allself
because you don’t know who you are in the first place
This is out of common respect, for all women period
Word up, like this song, yo
Yo, I’m quite single, and occasionally I mingle
But aside from all the rest, she sparks my interest
No, ma’am, I don’t know you
Just offering the common respect I feel I owe you
Also, some conversation, companionship, common-ground and common-sense
There’s no such thing as coincidence in, me finding you here
And I really hate screaming in your ear, so some other time, OK?
I waited a day *phone rings* Hello?