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  • Andre_L-

    really nice. awesome lyrics

    12 Jun 2014 Reply
  • inthesameroom

    Pure beauty. ♥

    10 Feb 2014 Reply
  • Henuttaunebu

    AF 1 <3

    27 Sep 2013 Reply
  • Lisica_Shade

    Chyba jedna z lepszych piosenek Macklemora ;)

    15 Aug 2013 Reply
  • xtinangel


    14 Aug 2013 Reply
  • alterna-rocker

    I love the passion behind the words, it gets inside you and you can actually feel what it is he's saying, it's amazing.

    28 Jul 2013 Reply
  • enchantedbrain

    .. now I see it’s just another pair of shoes' amazing <3

    25 Apr 2013 Reply
  • TheSuperCrasher

    Well said smokeandsex. This is an incredible song.

    23 Mar 2013 Reply
  • JuliaHearts

    Favorite. So perfect.

    27 Feb 2013 Reply
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    9 Feb 2013 Reply
  • jewdiful

    the sneaker thing is merely a specific example of a much larger root problem in society, but on an objective level it perfectly illuminates the absurdity and tragedy of a society valuing things we can hold versus things we can feel... the tangible, yet finite limitations of the material world versus the much more fulfilling, intangible, "free" sources of fulfillment that stem from human emotion, connectivity, and compassion. the things you can't buy or put a price tag on, which are the only things that can ultimately free us from the prison of materialism which creates prisoners of us all.

    19 Oct 2012 Reply
  • jewdiful

    i love the message of this song. i remember seeing a 1994 documentary called "hoop dreams," it touched on so many different things (but primarily it showed the lives of two teens living in an inner-city area of illinois that were recruited to play high school basketball at a rich white school), but i remember it touched on nike/brand name basketball shoes as a status symbol for poor kids living in poverty. also, the book "michael jordon and the new global capitalism" delves into this issue in great detail. that so much violence, including murder, has been perpetrated over expensive sneakers illuminates the tragedy of a society built upon capitalism, materialism, and object worship... and we have brainwashed (through media, culture, etc) children especially to place higher value on things like shoes rather than on human life.

    19 Oct 2012 Reply

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