A Hip Hop Laced Love Letter

Affirmation: I speak the right love language

The Ultimate Lyrical Mash-Up: Traditional quotes meet hip hop lyrics that have the same meaning…

The heart has its reasons which reason does not understand. ~Blaise Pascal

or

I never knew a luh, luh-luh, love like this, Gotta be somethin for me to write this. ~Lonnie Rachid Lynn

picture from Harvard University Hip Archive

A Hip Hop Laced Love Letter

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Happy Valentine’s Day,

I had been through a teenage love before that left me feeling that love ain’t real.  I was hurt and said, “quick I need a girl.”  Forget believing in one love; I’m not trying to get my feelings hurt again.  I’ll give lots of lovin’, then I’m gone.

Then one day I spotted this beautiful woman, but she just kept passin’ me by.  She said, “I need someone who is sincere so you better love me or leave me alone.  So I left her alone, my first reaction was, “whatever.”

But she stayed on my mind.  Could it be that i’ve seen the light and have come to realize I need love?  Man, you got me; should I give in?  Getting kicked in the butt by love twice, now that is a sin.  So I stepped to her and told her, before I jump all in I want to know what’s on your mind, so I’ll ask you 21 questions (it’s an open book test so you can you use your text); before we get physical let’s try mind sex.  It’s official, you are the best I ever had.

I did the math and your love is all I need in any weather.  It’s plain to see that you make me better.

This game I’ve played way too long, the course has been run and the results are in.  You deserve, over a threshold, to be carried.  So I close with not a question but a statement,”let’s get married!”

Sincerely,

Ambassador Bruny

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