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Lil Wayne: Can't Be Broken Meaning


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Song Released: 2018

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Can't Be Broken Lyrics

You cannot breakdown what can't be broken
Out of all the wrinkles, I was chosen
When all of the lights, they get low
And all of the curtains they close
You cannot breakdown what can't be broken

They can do all they can do but they can't...

  1. anonymous
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    Jan 17th report

    Gangsta,God,GOAT,Gold, Ghost, Gonorrhea, last one is you BTW.
    Bitch regardless of what the G means, that was fuxking unnecessary, her son passed away. So fuck you bitch. Disgusting.

  2. anonymous
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    Jul 12th 2020 report

    G code means gangster code, not God code like the other moron said. Juvenile and Wayne have a song called G code and it's about life in the streets.

  3. anonymous
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    May 15th 2020 report

    My son listened to this a lot - he passed away at age 19. I believe that this song is about how our Spirit and ultimately our souls can’t be broken because we are of God. The “G-code” is the God code that can’t be broken. Humans (we bros) can’t break each other or God.

  4. Jasjay
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    Nov 12th 2019 report

    This is him getting real with himself saying nothing can ever break him down and he's also telling other people the same. It's basically a don't give up song.

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