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Aretha Franklin: Respect Meaning


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Song Released: 1967

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  1. anonymous
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    Jan 10th 2020 report

    This song achieved its goals as set out by Urethra Franklin during the Great Dannydevito.

    The song chronicles the life of Curtis '50 Cent' Jackson as he struggles with the respect he is given by his gang subordinates. Franklinius ends the song with cancer.

    Big up South East

  2. anonymous
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    Jan 10th 2020 report

    really agree! Areefa franklin must have loved a good old smoke of a doob as to stop the feelings from the great depression lol. hope that everyone is feeling better now

    would also say 'she aint no holla back girl' as she's a bad B and don't take no shit that's why she gets bare respect rar

  3. anonymous
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    Mar 19th 2019 report

    I think that this song represents the end of the Great Depression. The Great Depression, (if you didn't know), was the period in history when human beings started to get super depressed and Millenials started to pee sitting down. Anyway, these are my favorite lines from the novel "Respect" by
    Aretha Franklinius,
    "Few times I've been around that track
    So it's not just gonna happen like that
    'Cause I ain't no hollaback girl
    I ain't no hollaback girl."
    (Oh shit, wrong song)

  4. anonymous
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    Sep 24th 2016 report

    Feminism for both men and women.

  5. anonymous
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    Jun 2nd 2016 report

    It's against hitler.

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