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After saying "I'm holding on; I'm g'na be your number one! It's been said that "Me Love" by Sean Kingston not only rips some melody from this song, but also ripped the riff from -- yours, truly -- "Red Red Wine" as I mentioned above. Why: I did not trust whoever it was shot me up with that dart; I did not trust my Dad; for what it was worth, God? /ha ha ho ho hee hee, and I could tell her what a sweet girl she is. [CHORUS]When I read the letter you wrote, it made me mad mad mad When I read the news that it brought me, it made me sad sad sad.", it's expected someone would later on ask how it's coming along (which can be worded "Did u make her? It seems Sean Kingston hears one and thinks of the other just like I do... You can hear it in Pink Floyds song about A teachers. But I still love you so, I can't let you go I love you- ooh baby I love you.Yes, it is pronounced Jer-Maker.IS a play on reggae music and they all had a helluva lots of fun making it. I Always turn up the radio and go just a wee bit over the speed limit when it comes on the radio. Sometimes I want to groove or chill and relax..the simplicity of this song that's genius. I was pretty upset when I heard Sean Kingston sampling this in "Me Love" he already sampled heavily on "Stand By Me".."Me Love" doesn't just sample the music but the lyrics too its kind of wack now that song is sucky Reggae. I don't want to be wowed with the hairs on the back of my neck standing all the time. I was pretty dissappointed when I heard Sean's "Me Love" HEAVILY sampling from D'yer Maker... King...anyways..it be God's will I'm gon' audtion American Idol to dis song I love singing it...check ya grrrl out. I had an interesting experience when I was up late at night on the computer.Sometimes I just need something on a 4/4 beat riddim' to get my spirits up to move, it got soul. I was listening with headphones as to not wake anyone, and I'm listening to this song (these are some nice headphones, keep in mind) and it gets to the end and... I jumped around out of my chair completely freaking out, realizing it was the song about five seconds later. I love this song, and how the title is just based off an old joke is pretty funny.D'yer Maker..in do you make her, as in have you bedded her.The Raggae feel was an experiemnt that reflected the times.
It smiles in the face of those who try to label every song or reach some heavy standard."The song is great and artists copy music all the time. I looked at them with a look comparable to the look in Robin Hood Prince of Thieves where Sherif is killed by A Knife that was given to the murderer of him. That look of disbelief and dead horror is dead right on the look I gave him and his folks. He was abused/ a bastard to him as I was out His Penis a bastard. [CHORUS]Oh oh oh oh oh oh You don't have to go oh oh oh oh oh You don't have to go oh oh oh oh oh (Baby please don't go) [ LED ZEPPELIN LYRICS at Love the Zep too but their blues hommages (others call them blatant ripoffs)are clearly derivative of everyone from Willie Dixon to Muddy Waters and beyond. So let's celebrate their brilliance and originality on some of their own songs without slamming others like Kingston (of whom I am NOT a fan) for doing what they clearly did themselves.For example a lot of bands have versions of Beatles songs. The whispering at the end of the song."fire," not "fine," it's "bye." The lyrics for the entire song = begging someone not to leave, then the twist at the end: "Bye!Before I read about the meaning, i always thought it was short for Deny Yer Maker, seeing as in the bible jesus blows up at paul when he suggests he doesn't have to be crucified.The lyrics "You don't have to go" made me think that. I am not a huge Zepplin fan, so I cant believe that no one has said this yet. ) They thought it was funny and quickly put together a song.