8Kanye West - "Jesus Walks"
Saying "we eat pieces of shit like you for breakfast"/ Huh? Yall eat pieces of shit? What's the basis?
Here, we find Kanye West having an argument with the imaginary police officer in his mind. Like most imaginary cops we know, this guy's never seen Happy Gilmore and stupidly sets himself up by telling Kanye that he and his fellow mind cops eat pieces of shit like him for breakfast. Making the whole exchange even more bewildering than it already is, Kanye wiffs on the meatball he's lobbed himself, merely asking the officer to clarify his statement.
If Kanye's asking the mind police for the basis for their statement, the best answer is probably along the lines of: "The threat is based on our propensity to figuratively eat criminals, in this case referred to as pieces of shit, for breakfast. The entire statement is rich in symbolism implying that we are bad asses and you are a douche. We're sorry to have confused you, and appreciate the opportunity to clarify."
If Kanye is asking himself the much more pressing question, "What's the basis for my quoting an Adam Sandler movie in a rap song?" Well, we really don't have a good answer for that. Our best guess: "We'd just watched Happy Gilmore, and were under the mistaken impression that it's OK for adults who aren't developmentally retarded or time travelers to quote that movie."
7David Hasselhoff - "Where Was I?"
Baby I'm confused/Well, wasn't that you in my bed? When love finally said good-bye/Where was I?
Hasselhoff tries to piece things together, on a night where he unfortunately didn't have video-taped evidence filmed by his weeping daughter to assist him.
It's times like these when an artificially intelligent talking car would come in handy to fill in the hazy gaps during the former Knight Rider star's blackout. Given that he hasn t had access to such a vehicle since the 1980s, though, we'll just have to guess: David, you were on the bathroom floor eating Burger King.