It was later included on her debut studio album, Pure Heroine and released through Universal Music. Its lyrics detail disapproval of the luxurious lifestyle of contemporary artists. Contemporary critics received "Royals" with widespread acclaim and praised its musical style, lyrics and Lorde's vocal delivery.
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Yesterday, I called out female rap artist Riskay for her ill-advised tactics in the pursuit of smelling her boyfriend's genitals. In her song, "Smell Yo Dick," Riskay straight up asks her man if she can smell his dick. In my response, I encouraged a more subtle approach, which involved, sure, smelling his dick—-but discreetly, without asking permission.
How many penises have you seen? Even for the most dick-inundated among us -- locker room attendees, adult-movie reviewers, bachelorette party gift designers -- the number probably pales in comparison to the number of other body parts necks, forearms, ankles you've seen. And when we don't see a lot of something, it's awfully hard to compare your body part to others' -- or to know what's normal.
The song "Don't Stop Believin'" by Journey contains the lyrics: "A singer in a smokey room, The smell of wine and cheap perfume Not officially. In a interview, Van Dyke recalled that Morey Amsterdam wrote lyrics for the show's theme song, but these lyrics were never sung at any time during the show's run.
Anyway, last time in the greasy and sweaty shameful experience that is the Darroch legacy there were an absolute shit ton of birthdays and very little else. Nothing happened. In an attempt to prove that his parenting skills are not horrifyingly terrible, Dorian decided to travel to Shang Simara with his brood. Her screams could be heard for miles as she watched oblivious Dorian wander off with the kids.
So, what do you think is the most offensive to the point of being funny song ever? Believe or not, I did play that song on the radio in college. Offensive and funny.