M.C. Hammer

U Can't Touch This Please Hammer Don't Hurt 'Em
MC Hammer is informing the listeners to pay attention to the song because he intends to tell you exactly why "you can't touch dis"
x6ryan
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I work hard to obtain my power and status in the entertainment world.
sixtwentysix
U Can't Touch This Please Hammer Don't Hurt 'Em
He is saying that if you can't dance to that song then you are dead becuase it is an easy song to dance to.
sessaboo95
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people who M.C. Hammer and his fans see as weak (because they are disrespectful, fake, or don't appreciate his music and positive message) will be filtered out just like how water is filtered through a coffee filter and/or coffee grinds
bill
Addams Groove Too Legit To Quit
this is simply referring to the Adams family ... McHammer did some music for the feature length film
heatherleigh
Addams Groove Too Legit To Quit
i was very cool with my reputation, made money, and generally relaxing
dadeuces
Addams Groove Too Legit To Quit
In this case Hammer is calling out to his band to perform the bridge of the song he is singing. The "bridge" is the part of the song that connects the verses.
N.Evildoer
Addams Groove Too Legit To Quit
On the addams family, "thing" was a hand that ran around on it's fingertips. Often in the early 90's people would dance by lifting their legs up high, bent at the knees. This was called high steppin'. Thing looked like he was high steppin' all the time
jon
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this could possibly mean to get crazy and wild and have fun dancing
bill
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he is claiming to never feel nervous or uncomfortable in any high-pressure situation
bill