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Ludacris, the English Scholar

While in studio at NC State, Alex enjoyed reading Ludacris lyrics as if he was reciting Shakespeare poetry. Here are the some of the best lines (From “What’s Your Fantasy?”—revised for the classroom):

We can do it in the pouring rain
Running the train when it is hot or cold out.

How about in the library?
On top of books?
(But Shhh…you can’t be too loud!)

Would you like to make a brother beg for it?
Give me TLC, because you know I would be too proud.

We can do it in the White House.
Try and make them turn the lights out.

How about all the way up in the candy store?
(That chocolate, chocolate, make it melt.)

Whips and chains.
Smack a little booty up with my belt.

William would be proud.

Alex Ford