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Artist: Eminem
Suggested Track: Without Me

Obie Trice
Real name, no gimmicks

Two trailer park girls go 'round the outside
'Round the outside, 'round the outside
Two trailer park girls go 'round the outside
'Round the outside, 'round the outside

(Woo) (ooh)

Guess who's back? Back again?
Shady's back, tell a friend
Guess who's back? Guess who's back?
Guess who's back? Guess who's back?
Guess who's back? Guess who's back?
Guess who's back?

I've created a monster, 'cause nobody wants to see Marshall no more
They want Shady, I'm chopped liver
Well if you want Shady, this is what I'll give ya
A little bit of weed mixed with some hard liquor
Some vodka that'll jump start my heart quicker
Then a shock when I get shocked at the hospital
By the doctor when I'm not cooperating
When I'm rocking the table while he's operating (hey)
You waited this long, now stop debating
'Cause I'm back, I'm on the rag and ovulating
I know that you got a job, Ms. Cheney
But your husband's heart problem's complicating
So the FCC won't let me be
Or let me be me, so let me see
They tried to shut me down on MTV
But it feels so empty without me
So come on and dip, bum on your lips
Fuck that, cum on your lips and some on your tits
And get ready 'cause this shit's about to get heavy
I just settled all my lawsuits, "Fuck you, Debbie"

Now this looks like a job for me
So everybody just follow me
'Cause we need a little controversy
'Cause it feels so empty without me
I said, this looks like a job for me
So everybody just follow me
'Cause we need a little controversy
'Cause it feels so empty without me

Little hellions, kids feeling rebellious
Embarrassed, their parents still listen to Elvis
They start feeling like prison is helpless
'Til someone comes along on a mission and yells, "Bitch"
A visionary, vision is scary
Could start a revolution, pollutin' the air waves, a rebel
So just let me revel and bask
In the fact that I got everyone kissing my ass
And it's a disaster, such a catastrophe
For you to see so damn much of my ass, you ask for me?
Well I'm back, nana-na nana-na kshh
Fix your bent antenna, tune it in and then I'm gonna enter in
And up under your skin like a splinter
The center of attention, back for the winter
I'm interesting, the best thing since wrestling
Infesting in your kids ears and nesting
"Testing, attention please"
Feel the tension soon as someone mentions me
Here's my ten cents, my two cents is free
A nuisance, who sent? You sent for me?

Now this looks like a job for me
So everybody just follow me
'Cause we need a little controversy
'Cause it feels so empty without me
I said, this looks like a job for me
So everybody just follow me
'Cause we need a little controversy
'Cause it feels so empty without me

A tisk-it a task-it
I'll go tit for tat with anybody who's talking this shit, that shit
Chris Kirkpatrick, you can get your ass kicked
Worse than them little Limp Bizkit bastards
And Moby? You can get stomped by Obie
You thirty six year old bald headed fag, blow me
You don't know me, you're too old, let go, it's over
Nobody listens to techno
Now let's go, just give me the signal
I'll be there with a whole list full of new insults
I've been dope, suspenseful with a pencil
Ever since Prince turned himself into a symbol
But sometimes this shit just seems
Everybody only wants to discuss me
So this must mean I'm disgusting
But it's just me, I'm just obscene (yeah)
Though I'm not the first king of controversy
I am the worst thing since Elvis Presley
To do Black music so selfishly
And use it to get myself wealthy (hey)
There's a concept that works
Twenty million other white rappers emerged
But no matter how many fish in the sea
It'll be so empty without me

Now this looks like a job for me
So everybody just follow me
'Cause we need a little controversy
'Cause it feels so empty without me
I said, this looks like a job for me
So everybody just follow me
'Cause we need a little controversy
'Cause it feels so empty without me

Hum didi lala
Lala, lalala
Lala, lalala
Lala, lala
Hum didi lala
Lala, lalala
Lala, lalala
Lala, lala

Full Lyrics and Meaning
Genius Artists
Marshall Bruce Mathers III (born October 17, 1972)—otherwise known as Eminem—is a legendary hip-hop icon who started as an underground battle rapper in Detroit, Michigan. He
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Eminem Lyrics
Eminem lyrics - 413 song lyrics sorted by album, including "Stan", "The Real Slim Shady", "Without Me".
Genius Lyrics
Eminem – Lose Yourself
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Eminem – Without Me
The Eminem Show’s lead single shows Eminem’s realization of his importance to the rap game​ and his claim that it wouldn’t be the same without him. “Without Me” is recognized to
Eminem (Ft. Dido) – Stan
In this song, Eminem corresponds with a crazed fan who becomes increasingly unhinged as the story progresses. This is one of his most well-received singles and was listed at #15 on
Bad Meets Evil – Nuttin' to Do
Eminem and Royce comically switch back and forth between various humorous situations in the crime filled streets of Detroit and the scumbags of the industry
Eminem – Phenomenal
This is the first song released from the Southpaw Soundtrack, executive produced by Shady Records. In similar fashion to “Not Afraid” & “Guts Over Fear,” “Phenomenal” is a
Eminem – The Real Slim Shady
“The Real Slim Shady” is the quintessential early Eminem song—funny and serious simultaneously, with crazy rhyme schemes and devices. As K-Solo had asked, will the “Real Solo
Eminem – Buffalo Bill
A song off Eminem’s EP Relapse: Refill, this tells the story of Slim Shady as a murderer, killing anyone in his way. The title references the fictional serial killer of the same
Eminem – Rap God
“Rap God” is Eminem’s braggadocious ode to himself and his career. Over its six-minute run-time, he references comic books, throws back to his old songs, and raps crazily fast. In
Eminem – Mockingbird
Possibly the least offensive Eminem song ever, this Encore track is directed and dedicated to his daughters. Eminem acknowledges that growing up with his media image and Kim’s drug
Eminem – Drop the Bomb on 'Em
This song, the seventh and last track on Relapse: Refill, has Eminem assuming a Jamaican accent/dialect (hence all the “boy"s), and features plenty of cultural references within
Eminem – Campaign Speech
Eminem’s “Campaign Speech,” much like his last freestyle leading up to an album, is a verbal onslaught with dense wordplay and rhyme schemes devoid of reverence for anyone famous
Eminem (Ft. Dr. Dre) – Old Time's Sake
Eminem (as Slim Shady) and Dr. Dre rap about their favorite pastime: smokin' chronic. There are also planes and bitches involved.
Eminem (Ft. Don Toliver) – No Regrets
On “No Regrets,” Eminem teams up with rising star Don Toliver, on a smooth, melodic track. On the track, Em revisits his troubled past and difficult come-up, while also coming to
Eminem – Believe
“Believe” is the second track on Revival, and Eminem starts rhyming from where he left off on “Walk On Water”. The track marks Eminem’s first take on a modern trap beat. His flow
Eminem – Kim
Written in 1998, this is the prequel to 1997’s “97' Bonnie & Clyde”. Em wrote in Angry Blonde: This little media favorite was actually the first official song that I wrote for
Eminem (Ft. Gwen Stefani) – Kings Never Die
“Kings Never Die” is the second single from the Southpaw Soundtrack, following Eminem’s “Phenomenal.” This marks the fifth time that production crew The New Royales has
Eminem (Ft. Nate Ruess) – Headlights
Over a beat based on “Mother” by John Lennon, Eminem issues a public apology to his mom on “Headlights”. Eminem and his mother have never really gotten along, as she has been a
Jessie Reyez (Ft. Eminem) – COFFIN
Jessie Reyez teams up with Eminem yet again for a dynamic collaboration that depicts a confusing, ambivalent relationship that ends tragically. This marks the third collaboration
Joeyy – Eminem
I just want to touch a ticket like a carny / 'Gielas look like they was issued by the ARMY / I fell asleep mid sip and my cup went soggy / Full nights rest I still woke up groggy
Eminem (Ft. Young M.A) – Unaccommodating
On “Unaccommodating,” Eminem enlists Young M.A to discuss their unaccommodating manner, especially towards the media and critics. The rappers' intense approach is similar to that
Eminem – Framed
Eminem has released quite a few horrorcore rap songs throughout his career, most notably “3 a.m.” and “Kim”. The beat, as well as Em’s tone on “Framed”, feels of his 2009 Relapse-
Eminem (Ft. Anderson .Paak) – Lock It Up
On “Lock It Up” Em again teams up with Anderson .Paak. The two have earlier collaborated on “Medicine Man” from Dr. Dre’s Compton album. In addition, they have collaborated on “
Eminem (Ft. Ed Sheeran) – Those Kinda Nights
On “Those Kinda Nights” Em again teams up with Ed Sheeran. The two artists have collaborated on Ed’s “Remember the Name,”, alongside Em’s close friend and frequent collaborator, 50
Eminem – Marsh
On “Marsh,” Eminem compares himself to aliens and uses the hyperbole of being a martian to express that he’s figuratively out of this world. Em further backs up his claim by
Eminem (Ft. Dina Rae) – Superman
Adding to Eminem’s collection of songs expressing his anger against ex-wife Kim Mathers, “Superman” contains a lot of harsh truths about the kinds of women that Eminem interacts
Eminem (Ft. Juice WRLD) – Godzilla
Eminem and late rapper Juice WRLD team up for the first time on “Godzilla,” where they compare themselves to monsters. In particular, they become Godzilla, a fictional sea monster
Tom MacDonald – Eminem
[Verse 1] / I feel like old school Eminem / Back when they hated him for everything he said / Back when we thought middle fingers and telling the system to suck it would never end
Eminem (Ft. Nate Dogg) – 'Till I Collapse
Marshall makes a beat for himself and proceeds to tear it to shreds. The drums are taken almost directly from Queen’s anthem “We Will Rock You”. Although it has never been
Eminem – Arose
On the introspective album closer “Arose”, Eminem details how he nearly died in 2007 due to an overdose on pills. He catalogues his thought process in what could have been his
Eminem – Darkness
“Darkness” is the lead single from Eminem’s surprise album, Music to Be Murdered By. It was released with its music video alongside the album. It has become common for rappers to
Eminem – Cleanin' Out My Closet
Eminem raps about his father abandoning him as a child, his turbulent affair with his ex-wife Kim, and his irreparably damaged relationship with his mother Debbie. For an update
Eminem – Higher
“Higher” is a song produced by Em where he shows off his lyrical capabilities and talks about his life after fame, his successful work and bars. The track’s hook is performed by
Drake, Kanye West, Lil Wayne & Eminem – Forever
Four of hip-hop’s heavyweights take turns going in over a hard beat by Boi-1da. During his Detroit stop on his Summer Sixteen tour, Drake brought out Eminem to perform his epic
Eminem – Stepdad
While over the course of his last albums, on songs such as “Headlights” and “Bad Husband”, Em started to apologize to family members for his behavior and for making private matters
Eminem (Ft. Jessie Reyez) – Good Guy
This song mainly continues off of the previous track on the album, “Nice Guy,” in which Eminem talks about confusing relationships and how he tries to turn them into stable
Eminem (Ft. Liz Rodrigues) – Survival
Eminem vibrantly attempts to cement his top spot in the rap game. With the Darwinian theory of natural selection as a motif, he applies the idea of “survival of the fittest” to rap
Eminem – Little Engine
“Little Engine” is a somewhat disturbing Eminem track, where Em raps about his violent habits and being psychologically unstable. Over an eerie beat, Em mentions his “evil intent
Eminem – In Your Head
On “In Your Head,” Eminem reflects about his regrets throughout his career. In particular, it appears that he’s most frustrated with his Slim Shady persona. His alter-ego, as
Eminem – In Too Deep
“In Too Deep” describes a series of events that led to an uncomfortable relationship. Eminem raps and sings to detail the toxic environment he and his partner were caught in, that
Eminem – Sing for the Moment
This song was the fourth single released from Eminem’s fourth studio album The Eminem Show. It was an international hit, reaching the top 10 in several countries and peaking at #14
Eminem – Seduction
[Intro: Eminem & Sly Jordan] / Like a verbal seduction when / Seduction when I tell 'em girls on the floor / I don't know, man (Geh-geh-geh) / Just feels like we're a lot different
Eminem (Ft. Skylar Grey) – Asshole
With Em’s lyrical complexity at an all time high, he spits, as the title may suggest, like an asshole. On this Skylar Grey featured track that plays on all the backlash of the
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Music to Be Murdered By by Eminem
Music to Be Murdered By is the eleventh studio album by legendary Detroit rapper Eminem. The surprise release serves as a follow-up to Kamikaze and is the rapper’s first endeavor
Relapse: Refill by Eminem
The album was subsequently pushed back for an early 2010 release, so Eminem decided to re-release Relapse as Relapse: Refill with seven new tracks, including the single “Forever” (
Revival by Eminem
Revival is Eminem’s highly anticipated ninth studio album, released on December 15, 2017. It’s the follow-up to 2013’s The Marshall Mathers LP2. It was promoted using a cryptic
Mockingbird - Single by Eminem
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The Slim Shady EP by Eminem
Following Infinite, Em introduces the world to his Slim Shady character. This is the record that got Eminem signed with Dr. Dre. As Rolling Stone tells it: A Shady EP given to a
Relapse by Eminem
Relapse is Eminem’s 6th studio album released May 15, 2009. The album was released 4 years after his last studio album Encore. The reason there had been such a long gap between
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