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On March 8, 2011, Carter released another song, "We Back Soon", produced by StreetRunner, though it was not included on the official track listing of Tha Carter IV. The second single, "John", was released on March 24, 2011, which features Rick Ross and is produced by Polow Da Don. The album's artwork was unveiled on April 20, 2011. The album was originally scheduled to be released on May 16, 2011, but Mack Maine had confirmed its delay until June 21. On May 26, 2011, the third single, "How to Love", was released. A song called "Dear Anne (Stan Part 2)" was released in June. Carter said the song was a throwaway track from Tha Carter III and was originally supposed to be on Tha Carter IV, but decided not to put it on there because of its age. Carter said that he liked the beat, but not the lyrics, and was thinking about revamping the song.
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In October 2011, it was reported that Carter was working on sequels to both I Am Not a Human Being and Rebirth. In January 2012, Birdman announced that he and Carter had finished recording Like Father, Like Son 2. On November 22, 2012, he announced that Tha Carter V would be his final album.After numerous delays, I Am Not a Human Being II was released on March 26, 2013, debuting at number two on the Billboard 200 selling 217,000 copies in its first week; "My Homies Still", "Love Me", and "No Worries" were released as singles prior to its release. The album was met with generally mixed reviews, with most critics noticing the declining quality of his releases. Carter toured North America with 2 Chainz and T.I. on the second America's Most Wanted Festival. On May 3, 2013, Pepsi dropped Carter, who was a spokesperson for Mountain Dew, due to offensive lyrics about civil rights icon Emmett Till. On September 1, 2013, Carter released the fifth instalment of the "Dedication" mixtape series, with Dedication 5. The mixtape featured 29 tracks, with guest appearances from The Weeknd, Chance The Rapper, Jae Millz, Birdman, T.I., Vado, Kidd Kidd, and 2 Chainz among other members of Young Money.
In October 2009, Carter, Birdman, Cash Money Records, and various music distribution outlets were sued for copyright infringement by Thomas Marasciullo, who says his voice was used without permission. The rappers asked him to record some "Italian-styled spoken word recordings" in 2006. The lyrics were allegedly used on "Respect" and other tracks from the rappers' collaboration album Like Father, Like Son and Birdman's 5 * Stunna.
This page contains a translation into English of the lyrics to the Egyptian mahragan song "Bum Bum" (بوم بوم), which was sung by Mohamed Ramadan. Also included is a pronunciation guide for the Arabic lyrics so you can sing along if you like.
But this popular 1920s song quickly outgrew its humble origins. Because of its secular lyrics, it became the theme song for the outdoor relief protests in Belfast, where it uniquely united Catholics and Protestants.
There is some debate about the correct lyrics as both have been printed in official Bluey/Ludo Studios related books and magazines. The Penguin Books "All About Bingo" states that the lyrics are "ding ding" (as pictured) however, books and official Bluey magazines has printed that the lyrics are "ding jing". This is also shown in the downloadable printable "wash your hands with Bluey". The episode captions (S1. Ep15: Butterflies) say 'thinking' which is considered incorrect. Both "ding ding" and "ding jing" are considered accurate as both versions have been printed in official Bluey merchandise.
According to some the original song's lyrics were 'ching ching' however this was changed as these lyrics are considered offensive. Although it does sound like Bingo sings "ding ching" when you listen to the episode. 041b061a72