"Come and get me" Appreciation

Joined Sep 10, 2004
Jay really touches on the bad side of the fame and money yet still maintains his hubris in full mode challenging those who want to take what he has worked sohard for to come and get him.

"38" waist enough to put one nine in. Really a 36" without the gun i'm thin, but when the gat is tucked.."

"What about all them days I was walkin' my dog, barkin' at broads but they never hollered back. And if they did all they said was , 'wherethem dollars at ?'"
Joined Mar 8, 2001
I love the contrast from the first verse

"yeah I know that platinum chain be lookin real sweet
but reach and I bury 's 60 feet deep...."

to the remaining verses

"they heard about the drop and the bentley hard top
continental T, got em resentin me
God I work hard, please don't envy me..."

just dope. one of the gems of vol. 3
Joined Sep 10, 2004
I really appreciate this song because it really reminds us that he is human, not this flashy god of gaudiness that he is so often portrayed as in the media.Granted, the man does love the material, but at the end of the day he is a man that wants certain things, and agree with it or not, he does work hard for it.
Joined Dec 28, 2004
Originally Posted by Addict4Sneakers

"no kids, but trust me i know how to raise a gun"

and y'all swear Vol 3 was wack

Jay dont do wack music....only when they compare him to himself is something considered weak.

putting in work

Joined Nov 10, 2007
Not a fan of Jay-Z at all...

But, I loved this song that he did... especially the intro he really dropped a gem with this...

Bout to go give it some play on my iPod soon...
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