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Re: Nosebleed Section

Posted by Quintal on March 17, 2007, at 13:03:09

In reply to Re: Nosebleed Section Ľ alienatari, posted by Phillipa on March 17, 2007, at 9:30:38

"The Nosebleed Section" is a song by Australian hip hop music group Hilltop Hoods. It was taken from their 2003 album The Calling. In the Triple J Hottest 100, 2003, it placed at the 9th position. The Nosebleed Section's chorus and backing beat comes from lyrics and music from the song 'The People In The Front Row' originally sung by Melanie Safka. It is one of their best-known songs and was a radio hit in 2004, but it was not a ARIAnet chart hit, which they did not attain until 2006 when they released "Clown Prince".

The term 'Nosebleed Section' has two definitions. Firstly, it refers to the uppermost section of a stadium or arena. It is used to exaggerate the height (high altitudes give you nosebleeds). Secondly it refers to the most active and intense part of a mosh pit during a concert. This is normally in the middle of the front row.

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This is for the heads thatís loving the mix,
My people in the front, all covered in spit,
Batters in the box, Suffa to pitch,
Hilltop Hoods, all up in this bitch,
And we the funk leaders, punks you canít beat us,
We bump and pump meters, we drunk you chumps need us,
So jump with us, down in the front if itís,
Your flavour, come get drunk with us,
This life turned out nothing like
I had planned, why not?
By now I shouldíve had some land,
Some money in my hand, round about fifty grand,
But I got nothing, I write rhymes on the bus,
I keep suffering; f*ck the lines of the dust,
You keep sniffing, that sh*t is for the punk hoes,
This sh*t is for my bros, my people in the front row.

I got hip-hop taste buds,
I wanna hear that bass when I make love,
I wanna hear some lyrics when I wake up,
Write rhymes to get me through a break up, bitch!
Rough like whisky straight, no chaser,
Went through fifty breaks, no flavour,
Till I found this one, and made the,
Bass hook with the drum, my saviour,
This is the comeback, tongue thatís sharp like a thumbtack,
Itís so tight James is saying give my funk back,
One track, eight track, a-dat, residual
Noise, man f*ck that, we clean with the digital,
Toys Iím the Apache, youíre failing to match me,
Throw your hands in the air like youíre hailing a taxi,
And move to the funk flow, you stepping? Are you drunk bro?
This is for my peeps and the freaks in the front row.

People donít complain if Suffaís in here,
And youíre in the front row, all covered in beer,
And club owners donít say Ďthe place is wrecked itís your faultí,
If the roof is on fire itís an electrical fault,
Man I bet you all bolt, when I bring it live
Like Friday night footy, in my hoody can hide I,
Gets live on the breaks son, like pace one,
Lads, if youíre heading to the bar grab your mates one,
Ladies come chill, come rock with me honey,
I got like half a mill in monopoly money,
Thereís no stopping me honey, so you can take my hand,
We can lay on the beach and count grains of sand,
Or take a plane to Japan, and drink saki with mafia,
Fly to Libya for some Bacardi with Gadafi a
Dinner date, followed by a funk show,
Weíll rip off our tops and jump around in the front row.
http://www.mp3lyrics.org/h/hilltop-hoods/the-nosebleed-section/
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Q


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