I like big books and I cannot lie – No Friend As LoyalThe song samples the Detroit techno single "Technicolor" by Channel One. At the time of its original release, the song caused controversy with its outspoken and blatantly sexual lyrics about women, as well as specific references to the female buttocks which some people found objectionable. The song's music video was briefly banned by MTV. The song debuted at number 75 on the Billboard Hot chart dated April 11, and hit number one twelve weeks later. The single spent five weeks at the top of the chart. The first verse begins with "I like big butts and I cannot lie" and most of the song is about the rapper's attraction to women with large behinds.
I Like Big Books and I Cannot Lie - MUSIC VIDEO
Baby Got Back
By Miranda Bryant For Dailymail. But a library in Virginia Beach, Virginia, has caught the imagination of visitors by displaying a re-worked- and less explicit - version of the hit, this time dedicated to books. Baby Got Books - which includes the lyrics 'I like big books and I cannot lie' - has become an online hit after the library display featuring the rap was posted on Facebook. Baby got books: Virginia Beach Public Library created a children's display featuring a child-friendly adaptation of the lyrics to hit Baby Got Back, pictured. As well as inspiring library visitors it has also attracted the attention of people online. The photograph has been shared more than 1, times and accumulated hundreds of likes and comments - including from those who have added to the literature-themed lyrics.
Tue 6 Nov, at pm timothycairns 10 comments. Intro Oh my goodness, Becky, look at her Bible It is so big She looks like one of those preacher guys girlfriends But…you know…Who understands those preacher boys They only talk to her because she looks like Mother Teresa, ok? It gross! Well, read it Read it! Double up! So your girlfriend quotes Bill Hybels But does she got a big Bible? He calls his church Momentum — the church for people who hate going to church.
Jim C. Intro Oh, my, god. Becky, look at her book. It is so big. You could, like, Fend off a rabid jaguar. But, you know, who even reads those genres?