5 Fetty Wap Lyrics That Accurately Depict Of College
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5 Fetty Wap Lyrics That Accurately Depict Of College

Always remember: "Baby girl, you're so damn fine, doe."

5 Fetty Wap Lyrics That Accurately Depict Of College

Everyone goes through the weekly college struggle of... well, pretty much everything. From setting seven alarms in the morning to get to your 11 a.m., and then not even going because you have somehow convinced yourself of its insignificance, all the way to hiding from your RA and campus security when you took "17 shots no 38" too many at the local bar on Thursday night. We all know the typical "struggle" of college, and if Fetty's one-eyed appearance doesn't explain it enough here is how his song lyrics do:

I just want to start out by saying "I'm sipping on you like some fine wine though" is referring to the $6.99 pink Barefoot moscato you and your BFFs casually sip on for your second breakfast around 12:30 a.m. daily.

1. "And I got this sewed up" - "679"

That beautiful feeling you have after you have been in the godforsaken library for the past 14 hours studying your ass of for a test you need in order to pass the class (mindless of the fact you are now in debt due to the past nine Starbucks coffees you had to order in effort to keep your eyes at least half way open). Too bad this "sewed up" feeling goes away immediately after you turn in the test you know you just failed, just to get it back the next week to realize you still did even worse then the random percentage you calculated in your head. Now, your average is a 43, and you realize you aren't getting anywhere successful in life.

2. " Going hard, no dayz off, yeah" - "No Days Off"

This is more of that quote you say to yourself every single Sunday night. It's basically like saying, "This is the week I am going to get my life together." It's like saying you're going to turn down that Chick-fil-A for the gym, or you're going to study and do homework instead of watching that new series on Netflix. Ha ha, as if?

3. " I like all my S's with two lines through them shit, aye" - "My Way"

Honestly, every students' only reason for waking up at 8 a.m. to go to that pointless math class your adviser told you was necessary to sign up for.

4. " But, I cannot see myself without you though" - "Again"

Dear desperate Sally, who's heard this line a million times from the guy who she met at the frat party week one—he's lying.

5. " My nig**s stack their money just to spend it" - "FGF Island"

You spend all summer working and saving up the $2,000 dollars you think is going to last you all year. LOL. You run out of it in the first two months. You realize how hard it is to actually "adult." You discover that after you eat the chicken the first day in the dinning hall (purchased on your meal plan you pay half a million for) that you're going to end up in the health center (that you go into and takes about five hours of your useful life away only to get prescribed with the wrong medication) that you're 10/10 going to be broke. After your textbooks that you swear cost more than your life, but are worth as much as a nickel, you discover the cruel world of being in constant debt. You wonder if you can afford that $5 foot-long at Subway that they taunt you with at every important building on campus.

These are all struggles I know you face. But hey, don't give up yet,. Take a breath, curl up in a little ball under 16 blankets, eat your two pints of Ben & Jerry's ice cream I know you bought last night and think "Fetty Wap made it, therefore I can, too."

Always remember: "Baby girl, you're so damn fine, doe."

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