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[Verse 1: Drake] I go on and on Can't understand how I last so long I must have the superpowers Last 223 thousand hours And it's cause I'm off of CC And I'm off the Hennessy And like your boy from Compton said You know this dick ain't free! ” and intentionally keeps the hook ambiguous, playing with the idea of men and women paying for sex.

In it, Drake references Kendrick Lamar’s 2015 song “For Free?

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man [Chorus: Drake] I always wonder if you ask yourself Is it just me? Or is this sex so good I shouldn't have to fuck for free? “For Free” is the fourth collaboration between DJ Khaled and Drake, following “No New Friends,” “I’m On One,” and “Fed Up.” Khaled also put an ad-lib at the end of Drake’s “Summer Sixteen.” The track was just certified gold by the RIAA, meaning it’s sold over 500,000 copies. [Outro: DJ Khaled] Another one They don't want me to have another anthem So I made sure I got another anthem It's We The Best OVO Summers ours It always has been Don't ever play yourself One time for Future the Prince One time for 40 One time for Drake Another one Bless up “For Free” is DJ Khaled and Drake’s summer ode to good sex. No doctor, medicine, or position could prevent mortified every single time. This is sometimes called "premium-free Part A." Part B covers certain doctors' services, outpatient care, medical supplies, and preventive services."Medicare Part B (Medical Insurance) is available for a premium if you’re eligible.For both Part A and Part B, your enrollment rights, including whether you have a Special Enrollment Period or must use the General Enrollment Period, may depend on whether you’re covered through the employer-sponsored coverage of a spouse (or other family member if you’re disabled).