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What parents need to know
Parents need to know that though "I Cry" is nowhere near as graphic as many raps songs, it still contains some iffy content, including references to a mass bombing/shooting spree in Norway, drinking champagne, and the "president's cigarettes." Overall, though, the track is fine for teens.
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What's the story?
"I CRY" is the fourth single from Wild Ones –– the fourth full–length record from rapper Flo Rida. Featuring cameos from fellow artists Cheshire and Mass, the track serves as an emotional outlet for Flo Rida, letting him vent his feelings about a range of difficult circumstances, from a tragic bombing/shooting in Norway that left 77 people dead, to the disappearance of his sister.
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Talk to your kids about ...
Families can talk about how to cope with tragic events, whether in your own life or the world at large. How do you feel when you see a violent story reported on the news?
Name three people in your life who are always there to listen when you need to get something off your chest.
When you're feeling down, what are some of the things you do to cheer yourself up?
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