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Grow Up" puts the listener in the bedroom of a seemingly irresponsible John Chuck who has slept in and is late for his new job. The second and third verses bring it back into perspective, with Chuck (and guest vocalist Emmit James) working hard to be responsible adults, working multiple jobs and doing shows to supplement their income. Where Have I Been All This Time?" keeps the energy flowing, but switches gears as far as the message of the song, as Chuck raps about the love he has for his special lady
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Rapper JC "John Chuck" Stroebel and producer Henry "The Class" Donato have been making music together since childhood. Growing up in the north suburbs of Minneapolis, they've modeled their talents and ambitions after the vibrant musical culture around them. Their latest project, John Chuck & The Class, aims to bring fresh new sound and perspective to the already thriving hip-hop scene. Return To Artist Database.
Grow Up. John Chuck & The Class. 33. 5. Chili Today, Hot Tamale. 22. 6. Mother Of All Intros. 12. Show More Show Less. Found god Never going to be hurt You taught me just breathe and you made it Look easy Then you summed it up using only three words I love you I love you baby, but i've been so stupid lately Oh no Where have i been all this time I've got my feet on the ground But my head in the. clouds And i'm not leaving leaving You on my mind and i can't get you out Baby I'm day dreaming dreaming Heart full of light and a head full of song I can't believe it we've been here all along And i just figured out Where have I been all this time Where have I been all this.
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When I Grow Up" is a song by American girl group The Pussycat Dolls from their second and final studio album Doll Domination (2008). It was released by Interscope Records on May 27, 2008, as the lead single from the album. When I Grow Up" was their first single following the departure of the group's longest-standing member Carmit Bachar
John Casey (birth name Alexander "Alex" Coburn ) is a main character on the action-comedy television series Chuck on NBC. He is portrayed by Adam Baldwin. As of the fourth season finale, Casey is fired from his marine forces and the NSA, therefore reverting his rank of Colonel. Partnered with Chuck Bartowski, Sarah Walker, and Morgan Grimes on Team Bartowski, they are now working as freelance spies at Carmichael Industries.