Dating days lyrics
Using flawless deductive reasoning, Murk Avenue has concluded that the good day in question was January 20, 1992.
The logic is as follows: The song, which was released on February 23, 1993, references , which began airing on August 6, 1988, creating a potential five-year window when the titular good day could have occurred.
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Too young to date I really need it, but I'm too young to date I gotta have it, 'cause I can't hardly wait I really need it, but I'm too young to date Too young to date I really need it, but I'm too young to date I really want it, 'cause I can't hardly wait Oh no no no Too young to date I really need it, too young to date I really want it, 'cause I can't hardly wait Oh no no no Too young to date I really need it, too young to date I really want it, too young to date You know I'll get it in the end!
So for me to suggest in any way that harm and violation be brought to a woman is one of my biggest mistakes and regrets," his statement said.
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On one of the two remaining days, Ice Cube was hard at work on the set of , leaving January 20, 1992 as the only possible "Good Day." Vulture salutes this truly impressive piece of detective work and hereby inaugurates a campaign to make January 20 a national holiday, complete with parades consisting only of tricked-out lowriders.
UPDATE: someone else has done some research and suggest November 30, 1988 as the real "good day." Let's make them all holidays!