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9 thoughts on “ I Aint Mad At You

  1. Lyrics to 'I Ain't Mad At Cha' by Tupac. Change, shit I guess change is good for any of us Whatever it take for any of y'all niggaz to get up out the hood Shit, I'm wit cha, I ain't mad at cha Got nuttin but love for ya, do your thing boy.
  2. I ain't mad at cha. [Verse 2: 2Pac] We used to be like distant cousins, fightin', playin' dozens. Whole neighborhood buzzin', knowin' that we wasn't. Used to catch us on the roof or behind the.
  3. Before he does, he wants Lennie to know that he "ain't mad." Talk about pulling at the heartstrings. Where you've heard it. If anyone every says this to you, be sure they're not packing heat. Pretentious Factor. If you were to drop this quote at a dinner party, would you get an in-unison "awww" or would everyone roll their eyes and never invite.
  4. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for I Ain't Mad at You - Chick Corea on AllMusic -
  5. Oprah's Bank Account Lyrics: (EarlOnTheBeat) / I ain't mad at 'em, baby / If I seen't you out, me too would be up on you crazy / Diamond in the rough, you look as good as Oprah's bank account / I.
  6. "I Ain't Mad at Cha" is a song by American hip hop artist 2Pac. It was released in September , two days after his death, and was the fifth and final single from his fourth studio album All Eyez on ivvisubpejacgerelusrimothetra.co song features contemporary soul singer Danny Boy who provided the vocals for the song's hook. The song charted well internationally, reaching number 2 in New Zealand, number 13 in the.
  7. You need me like dollars that are owed to you, yeah Money and me are the same, but I just don't fold for you, yeah Run me a body, I'll put a Range on the road for you I don't know what you were told, but I ain't mad at you, baby [Lil Yachty:] If I seen't you out, me too would be up on you crazy.
  8. Top definition ain't mad at it Sometimes used just to describe something that is simply OK, but more often used in the context of describing something that you initially expected to be unpleasant or unsavory but through experience found it much more tolerable and .

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