LMK
jumbudrif Lyrics


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This copy is for jumbudrif
Dudes Apple but they iPhone
Ask 'em let me know, they say it's light one
These bitches Margera like Bam
Zero hoes, they listening to Pinkerton
Dudes Apple but they iPhone
Ask 'em let me know, they say it's light one
These bitches Margera like Bam
Zero hoes, they listening to Pinkerton
Dudes Apple but they iPhone
Ask 'em let me know, they say it's light one
These bitches Margera like Bam
Zero hoes, they listening to Pinkerton
Dudes Apple but they iPhone
Ask 'em let me know, they say it's light one
These bitches Margera like Bam




Zero hoes, they listening to Pinkerton
Trashman exclusive

Overall Meaning

The lyrics of the song "lmk" by jumbudrif delve into themes of authenticity and superficiality in modern society. The repetition of the lines "Dudes Apple but they iPhone, Ask 'em let me know, they say it's light one" highlights a paradox where people claim to be one thing but in reality are something else. The comparison between Apple and iPhone suggests a facade of sophistication and trendiness, masking a lack of genuine substance or originality.


The reference to Bam Margera, a daredevil skateboarder and reality TV star, adds another layer to the lyrics. Margera is known for his rebellious and wild persona, reflecting a certain bravado and nonconformity. By likening these "bitches" to Bam, the song critiques the shallow imitation of a rebellious image without truly embodying its essence. This juxtaposition with the line "Zero hoes, they listening to Pinkerton" further emphasizes the disconnect between appearance and reality.


The repeated refrain underscores a sense of disillusionment and frustration with individuals who project a certain image but fail to live up to it authentically. The use of repetition in the lyrics serves to drive home the point that this inauthenticity is pervasive and prevalent in society. The mention of "Trashman exclusive" at the end could be interpreted as a commentary on the commodification of authenticity, implying that even realness has become a product to be sold and consumed.


Overall, the lyrics of "lmk" by jumbudrif offer a critical perspective on the performative nature of identity in today's world, highlighting the discrepancy between surface-level appearances and deeper truths. The song challenges listeners to question their own authenticity and to strive for genuine self-expression amid a culture that often prioritizes image over substance.


Line by Line Meaning

Dudes Apple but they iPhone
People may claim to be original, but they are really just following the crowd.


Ask 'em let me know, they say it's light one
When questioned, they give a superficial or vague response.


These bitches Margera like Bam
These individuals are loud and attention-seeking.


Zero hoes, they listening to Pinkerton
They have no significant others and are listening to music that reflects their lonely state.




Lyrics © O/B/O DistroKid
Written by: jumbudrif, Dudes Eva

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