Beyoncé’s Swell New Song Lyrics

Beyoncé, certainly attractive, but so utterly vile. Pity.

Beyoncé, certainly attractive, but so utterly vile. Pity.

Like you, I was largely unaware of this low-talent, spoiled nit-wit until she got caught lip-synching the national anthem at Obama’s second inauguration. Now that I am aware of her, I must say that I grow more and more unimpressed.

Her latest effort to make people hate her is this “warning song” she released that appears to be designed to scare away any young female wanna-be rap stars that might be thinking about rising up and replacing her majesty. Truly pathetic, tawdry, and just generally awful:

[Hook]
I’m out that H-town
Coming, coming down
I’m coming down dripping candy on the ground
H, H-town, town, I’m coming down
Coming down dripping candy on the ground

[Verse 1]
I know when you were little girls
You dreamt of being in my world
Don’t forget it , don’t forget it
Respect that, bow down bitches

I took some time to live my life
But don’t think I’m just his little wife
Don’t get it twisted, get it twisted
This my shit, bow down bitches

[Bridge]
Bow down bitches, bow bow down bitches
Bow down bitches, bow bow down bitches

H-town vicious, h-h-town vicious
I’m so crown, bow bow down bitches

[Hook x2]
I been on, I been on, I been on
Tell me who gon take me off
Take me off, take me off, take me off

[Verse 2]
Rolling high, leather and wood
Keep it trill, that’s what good
Kiss my momma, show that love
Pop them bottles in that club
I heard your boo was talking lip
I told my crew to smack that trick
Smack that trick, smack that trick
Guess what they did, smack that trick

Gold everything, gold ass chain
Gold ass rings, gold ass fangs

You can see me stunt when you turn on ya screen
You can see me stunt when you turn on ya screen

I’m bigger than life, my name in the lights
I’m the number one chick, ain’t need no hype
The capital B means, I’m ‘bout that life
The capital B means, I’m ‘bout that life

[Hook]

[Outro]
I remember my baby hair with my dookie braids
Frenchy’s, Boudin in the parking lot
Shout out to Willie D
I was in that Willie D video when I was about fourteen, looking crazy
Shout out Pimp C
You know we used to sneak and listen to that UGK
Didn’t do your girl but your sister was alright, damn
In ya homeboy’s Caddy last night man, haha
Hold up, Texas trill
H-town going down, man

11 thoughts on “Beyoncé’s Swell New Song Lyrics

    • Anon:
      I considered the “old-fogey” angle, thinking that perhaps my objection to this (startlingly stupid) singing star was age-related. But if you actually READ those lyrics, you will be compelled to agree this woman would be repulsive in ANY decade.

  1. The more things change, the more things stay the same.
    Current music ALWAYS pushes the sex envelope…..
    From Old Blue Eyes to Elvis to Cher to Madonna to Eminem
    And,notice the single name phnomenym, Beyonce?
    Crime and bodily harm seem to also be escalating in music, just like in the real world.

    • Ever try:
      Please read the damn lyrics! It’s not about “pushing the sex envelope”, these words are the childish, crude, and just plain STUPID musings of a certified IDIOT.
      The “song” is pretty much one thug warning future thugs not to enter her territory. Even music’s original thug, Frank Sinatra, didn’t drop to this level.

    • Anon:
      And YOU sound like someone who hasn’t bothered to actually read the lyrics that I have objected to.
      Keith Richards and Mick Jagger have been responsible for some of rock’s dopiest lyrics, there is no doubt, but the Beyoncé song is, as I have said, a thug’s warning to up-and-coming thugs, to stay down. It’s just PATHETIC, and deserves to be criticized.

      • I did read the lyrics, I am not endorsing Beyonce, I am much more of a Rolling Stones fan myself. This song is not recorded to appeal to you or me, we are both probably too old, not black , not female. But your previous poster is more eloquent than me, every generation something comes out that disturbs the sensibilities of middle aged people like us. Here is another blog post on the subject defending Beyonce: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/fire/beyonce-and-the-patriarch_b_2940951.html?ncid=edlinkusaolp00000003

      • Anon:
        Ughh…please, no more links to HuffPo, it’s physically painful (although I now know how many times a writer can use the word “patriarchal” in a single paragraph). In regard to the apparent comfort that some people take from the notion that in “every generation something comes out that disturbs the sensibilities of middle aged people”, I once again remind you that this particular song would disgust any generation in any time period. A song in which the singer declares “I’m bigger than life, my name in the lights, I’m the number one chick, ain’t need no hype” is not offensive, it is, instead, pathetic and embarrassing. John Lennon once offended folks by flippantly declaring that, for some kids, the Beatles were “bigger than Jesus”. But for heaven’s sake, he didn’t compose a song about how big and important the Beatles were. Beyonce’ sounds like a loser when she tells us how wonderful she is, get it?

  2. I don’t know what your point is or why you are so outraged. The lyrics are ridiculous, but what is new? My children could point me to numerous equally awful tracks by chart topping artists like Kesha, Lady Gaga, the Black Eyed Peas, Justin Bieber. This has been going on in popular music for years. Anyways I won’t post on this any more, I prefer your real estate stuff.

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