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Rap written by Saad El-Asha on Wednesday 13, May %10

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People say, "He bangs and goes, collecting hos." But I ain't no fuckboi. I promise none and bang only that who knows that I was born a free bird. I go with the flow collecting dough to feed my hunger, and fly away with fellow birds both older and younger.
   

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  • Nice, this definitely brought a smile to my face ha, well done.
    - May 14 2020 16:20:06
    • I am curious as to what rhythmic pattern you would use with this.
      - May 16 2020 21:56:34
      • No pattern whatsoever, Kt. Instead of writing a rap song, I opted for the lazy option of parody.
        - May 18 2020 19:20:48
        • Thank you, Accident.
          - May 18 2020 19:21:21