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Burning House

Mama: Play that song with Nelly, where he is in a burning house.

Me: Hot in here? *turns on the song*

Mama: Yes. *starts clapping**

Me: Mama, I need you to understand that song is not about a burning house.

Mama: So hot . Hot in here. *claps*

Me:


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