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Drake] Thinking 'bout Texas, back when Porscha used to work at Treasures Or further back than that, before I had the Houston leverage When I got Summer a Michael Kors with my momma's debit A weak attempt at flexing, I'll never forget it Cause that night I played her three songs Then we got to talking 'bout something we disagreed on Then she start telling me how I'll never be as big as Trey Songz Boy was she wrong, that was just negative energy for me to feed off Now it's therapeutic blowing money in the Galleria Or Beverly Center Macy's where I discovered Bria Landmarks of the muses that inspired the music When I could tell it was sincere without tryna prove it The one that I needed was Courtney from Hooters on Peachtree I've always been feeling like she was the piece to complete me Now she engaged to be married, what's the rush on commitment?

Know we were going through some shit, name a couple that isn't Remember our talk in the parking lot at the Ritz Girl I felt like we had it all planned out, I guess I fucked up the vision Learning the true consequences of my selfish decisions When you find out how I'm living, I just hope I'm forgiven It seem like you don't want this love anymore I'm acting out in the open, it's hard for you to ignore But girl, what qualities was I looking for before? Darling you, you give but you cannot take love [Outro: Y'all need to know yourself.

The song features vocals from Jhene Aiko, production from 40 and piano harmonies from Chilly Gonzales. We'll have things fixed soon.

From Time Lyrics

Facebook Twitter Instagram Youtube. Album Nothing Was the Same. From Time Lyrics [Intro: Song 7 on Nothing Was the Same is a conversation between Drake and an old flame. Mixing Noel "Gadget" Campbell. Background Vocals Travis Savoury. Assistant Recording Engineer Travis Sewchan. Release Date September 24, Descent has all the fun because it gets to climb down a mountain. Dissent is what you do when the glee club wants to get matching red outfits but you like purple. Use definitely and definitively when there's no doubt, but save definitely for emphasis and definitively for the final say.

If you definitely want to go to a party, but your mom definitively says no, then you aren't going. To demur is to show reluctance or to hesitate, like not quite getting in the car when someone opens the door, but demure isalways an adjective describing a modest, reserved, or shy person, and sounds like the mew of a tiny kitten.

Both words relate to teaching, but didactic teaches a lesson and pedantic just shows off the facts. Disassemble is to take something apart, like an old car motor, but dissemble is sneaky — it means to hide your true self, like the guy who said he was a mechanic but had never actually seen a motor, much less put one back together. To discomfit is to embarrass someone. Say it with a Southern accent while sipping sweet tea. Discreet means on the down low, under the radar, careful, but discrete means individual or detached. To disillusion someone is to rid her of an illusion, like lifting up the curtain to show that the wizard is just a man.

Dissolution , on the other hand, is when everything falls apart. These two words have been duking it out, but the battle may be over for uninterested.

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Heavyweight disinterested has featherweight uninterested on the ropes. Dual is two, or double, but a duel is a fight.

Economic is all about how money works, but something economical is a good deal. An elusive fairy is one you can't catch, but an illusive one was never really there at all. It was just an illusion! Emigrate means to leave one's country to live in another. Immigrate is to come into another country to live permanently. Migrate is to move, like birds in the winter. No, it's not the name of the latest rapper from Detroit — eminent describes anyone who's famous.

But imminent refers to something about to happen, like the next big thing's imminent rise to the top. These two words sound the same to some, but they're unrelated. No, it's not the name of the latest rapper from Detroit, but it could describe one — eminent describes anyone who's famous. Imminent refers to something about to happen.

And anything immanent with an "a" in there is inherent, like that good attitude you were born with. Sympathy is easier because you just have to feel sorry for someone. To entitle means to give someone a rank or right, like if your perfect attendance entitles you to free ice cream at lunch. A title is the name of something, like the title of a song you wrote about ice cream.

Entomology is the study of insects, but etymology is the study of words. To envelop is to surround something completely. But an envelope is a piece of paper you put your love note in and lick to seal. With enVElop , the accent is on the second syllable, while with ENvelope, the accent is on the first. If she takes your husband for a ride, you feel jealousy. An epigram is a little poem or clever statement, but an epigraph is a specific kind of epigram: An epitaph is written on a tombstone. An epithet is a nickname or a description of someone.

Halloween graves often combine them: The words especially and specially , have just a hair's breadth of difference between them. Both can be used to mean "particularly. To exalt, means to glorify or elevate something, but to exult is to rejoice. Exalt your favorite pro-wrestler, Jesus, or your status in the world. Exult when you get the last two tickets to see your favorite band. While both words can refer to ways to get rid of something — belly fat, Satan — that's where the similarities end.

Exercise is physical activity but to exorcise is to cast out evil. Something expedient is helpful to you. The word facetious describes something you don't take seriously. Remove the middle "e," and factious describes a dissenting group. And finally there's fatuous , which is a fancy way to say dumb. Use the word farther when you mean physical distance, like if you run farther than your friend. Use further for basically everything else. Further refers to abstractions like ideas or thoughts. To faze is to disturb, bother, or embarrass, but a phase is a stage or step.

It could faze your family if your princess phase lasts well into your college years. When change is a brewin', remember: Fictional , fictive , and fictitious all branch off the "fiction" tree, but fictional is literary, fictive is specific, and fictitious is just plain fake.

Figuratively means metaphorically, and literally describes something that actually happened.

Choose Your Words

If you say that a guitar solo literally blew your head off, your head should not be attached to your body. Flair is a talent for something, like what the pro-wrestler Nature Boy Ric Flair had back in the day. Flaunt is to show off, but flout is to ignore the rules. Rebels do both — they flaunt their new pink motorcycles by popping a wheelie, and flout the law by running a red light. To flounder is to struggle, but to founder is to sink like a stone and fail.

Both are fun as nouns, not so fun as verbs. Formerly is something that happened before, like when a pop star changed his name to a squiggle, he became known as The Artist Formerly Known as Prince.

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But formally comes from formal, or fancy, like the prom. Formidable describes a foe you're slightly afraid of, but formative describes what formed you. Perhaps a formidable gym teacher told you to get the lead out during your formative years in grade school, and now you're a world-class athlete.

Or a bookworm, depending on how you react to formidable foes. Fortunate is lucky, but fortuitous means by chance or accident. To gibe is to sneer or heckle, but to jibe is to agree.

Caught between words? Make the right choice.

Funny thing is, though, jibe is an alternate spelling of gibe , so surprise! People get them mixed up. Gig with a hard "g" is a job. Jig , on the other hand, is a dance. The kind a band might do when they land a gig headlining Madison Square Garden. Blood, guts, and man-eaters, oh my! Faint of heart turn back now! Grisly means relating to horror or disgust, gristly means related to gristle or cartilage, and grizzly is a big ol' bear. That can eat you. Hale describes someone hearty and healthy. All hail the next word!

To hail is to greet enthusiastically. And when it hails, ice falls from the sky and hits those hale people on the head. Healthful describes something that will create good health, like apples, yoga, and fresh air. Healthy describes someone fit, trim, and utterly not sick. A hero is the firefighter who pulls you out of a burning car. The protagonist is the main character in the story you write about it. Something historical is related to the past. People with big egos get them mixed up if they say they had a historic family background. Unless they helped win a war, it was probably just historical.

To hoard is to squirrel stuff away, like gold bricks or candy wrappers. A horde is a crowd of people, usually, but it can also be a gang of mosquitoes, robots, or rabid zombie kittens. This word set can be confusing, even for word geeks. Let's start with the basics. A homograph is a word that has the same spelling as another word but has a different sound and a different meaning. To hone is to sharpen a knife or perfect a skill.

Home is where you live, where your stuff is, is where the heart is, and all that. Imply and infer are opposites, like a throw and a catch. To imply is to hint at something, but to infer is to make an educated guess. The speaker does the implying , and the listener does the inferring. Understanding the nuances of this word pair, indeterminate and indeterminable, hinges on understanding the words' parts.

The root word, determine, means to establish something. If you're using indite to talk about people being formally accused of lawbreaking, you're using the wrong word: Inflammable and inflammatory can be confused with one another, but they also offer their own source of confusion with the prefix in-. Ingenuous means innocent, artless, simple, while ingenious refers to something original, creative, inventive. Neither insidious nor invidious are happy words: Cancer can be insidious , lurking in your body without your knowing it. If your teacher offered you a choice between an intense course or an intensive one, which one would you choose?

And would you wonder what his intent was? These two personality types are opposites — introverts focus inward, into their own thoughts, and extroverts focus outward, into the world. But don't get too excited; most people are a little bit of both. Irony , satire , and sarcasm all fall into the category of, "That's funny but I'm not sure what my English teacher wants me to call it. It's is short for "it is"!

But its simply owns something — it's soooo possessive. Its is the possessive form of "it. Something worthy of praise is laudable. Something or someone that gives praise is laudatory. The verbs lay and lie are total jerks. People often say lay when they mean lie, but it's wrong to lay around. You have to lay something, anything — lay an egg if you want. But you can lie around until the cows come home! Confusion between loath "unwilling or reluctant" and loathe "to hate" is a growing trend. Lose sounds like snooze. In yet another attempt to reduce English to features and selling points, advertisers often use luxuriant to describe their products or services.

Marital and martial look almost alike, but the only time they overlap is when you declare war on your spouse. Marital has to do with marriage, and martial is concerned with fighting. Wordsmiths sometimes dislike numbers, or at least have a hard time grasping them. These words offer us an opportunity to better understand numbers and use their terms more precisely in writing and speaking. Here we have a trio of words that sound the same at least in American English but mean very different things: Both make comparisons, but a metaphor compares one thing to another straight up, while a simile uses "like" or "as.

A moral is the lesson of a story. Add an "e" and you have morale: Morbid describes something gruesome, like smallpox or Frankenstein's monster. Moribund refers to the act of dying. These words are used interchangeably so often that it makes word nerds feel nauseated! Your nav e l is in the c e nt e r of your belly, while n a v a l ships belong out at se a.

Anything objective sticks to the facts, but anything subjective has feelings. Objective and subjective are opposites. I love the rain! An optimistic person expects all the best things to happen! Is it raining money yet? A pessimistic person is a downer. Who cares if it's raining money?

They'll never get any. Palette can refer to a range of colors. A platform used for moving things is a pallet. And your preference of flavors in food is your palate. A paradox is a logical puzzle that seems to contradict itself.