Lil Wayne: Blunt Blowin' Meaning
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Song Released: 2011
Blunt Blowin' Lyrics
I live it up like these are my last days
If time is money, I'm an hour past paid
Ugh, gunpowder in my hourglass
Niggas faker than some flour in a powder bag
Yeah, I put it down like my hands hurting
I'm on a natural high, but I...
anonymous Oct 3rd, 2011 10:08pm report
its about him saying that he lives everyday as if it were his last, he says that most people he meets are "haters" but it dosn't phase him. he has problems but to him they are no big deal. he's all about his money and thats why people always want him, so hats why he always shuts people out. he smokes because thats what he likes to do and he dosnt give a damn!
Feels on top if the world doing his thing, now that he got his freedom back. (He newn fone too long..remember, Freedom used to be his bitch till they took her. He has more money (in the first chorus it's growing, then in 2nd it don't matter if the wind blows it away cuz he got more, etc), more street cred (he a bad muthafucker, claims Piru-OG Blood set-, and will buss yo ass for no reason ( don't need a bus pass)). The first verse he lets you know that he's got the game figured out, you can't phase him, cuz he don't care what you think-- he gonna smoke a blunt and wear his pants so low you can see his underwear. By the second verse, he's got it made, selling records, and ahead of the game even when times change and the tables are turned. and now everybody want to a piece of his action. Finally in verse 3 he above all, life goes so well that he don't need any warnings( likes these good surprises). Throughout, he referred to Weezy, since he's been "moving on up (to the east side, a deluxe apartment on the sky)(Jefferson's)
anonymous Sep 2nd, 2019 9:38am report
What the fuck does the ashton kutcher part mean though?
anonymous Mar 20th, 2019 3:31am report
This song has several themes to it, so it depends what verses your referring to when looking for meaning. At one particular point in the song, Wayne states "They say we learn from mistakes so that's why they mistake me" I personally think that he is referencing to when he went to prison for drug-related charges, and he believes there is no way that he would return to his pre-prison days by that count. But if you look at the song through the lens of it being a new beginning rather than a return, it makes a lot more sense.
anonymous Nov 28th, 2017 11:37pm report
Lil wayne is dope and smoking it at the same time.
anonymous Mar 2nd, 2014 3:34am report
He doesn't care what people think to an extent.
anonymous Mar 2nd, 2014 3:50am report
I think the main point of the song is that
he doesn't really care what people think to
a point. Although the "pollo draw showin"
means he shows himself wearing nice
clothing so he doesn't completely not
give a fuck. I also think there is a lot more
to this song than a lot of people will know
just because he probably put some personal
meaning into it
anonymous Jul 31st, 2012 7:00am report
I think this song explains wayne's way of living and routine rich,powerful,and not giving a damn about haters"i stay hate-free" because he thinks that he is very good at what he is doing" they say we learn from mistakes but that's why they mistake me" and of course his love for smoking,without forgeting his M.O.B lifestyle ;)...Tune is legend!!
anonymous Dec 12th, 2011 12:17pm report
its about him going to jail for having eiligal gun possesion(ive been gone to long.....welcome home) and that pepople dont like him for that
anonymous Sep 21st, 2011 9:50pm report
Man when that cookie crumble, everybody want a crumb
Shoot that hummingbird down, hummingbird don't hum
anonymous Sep 5th, 2011 9:24pm report
To me it means that he loves to smoke a blunt n he walk around like he a gangster
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