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Young Jeezy feat. Jay-Z & Andre 3000

"I Do"

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November 30, 2011

On this exuberant rap ode to beer goggles – or, in this case, Belvedere goggles - three of the world's biggest MCs load up on vodka and propose marriage to honeys in the V.I.P. room.  Jay-Z coos sweet nothings ("I walk down this aisle faithfully, cut that cake for me") over a pumping, brass-bolstered beat, while Andre 3000 waxes poetic ("Lets put a baby butterfly up in your lil' cocoon"). As for Jeezy, he dispenses with the flowery stuff and gets to the point: "I'll do anything to leave here tonight with you,"he barks. "I said I do, I do, I do, I do, I do."

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