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Lizzo - Good As Hell

[Chorus]
I do my hair toss, check my nails
Baby, how you feelin'? (Feelin' good as hell)
Hair toss, check my nails
Baby, how you feelin'? (Feelin' good as hell)

[Verse 1]
Woo, child, tired of the bullshit
Go on, dust your shoulders off, keep it moving
Yes, Lord, tryna get some new shit
In there, swimwear, going-to-the-pool shit
Come now, come dry your eyes
You know you a star, you can touch the sky
I know that it's hard, but you have to try
If you need advice, let me simplify

[Pre-Chorus]
If he don't love you anymore
Just walk your fine ass out the door

[Chorus]
I do my hair toss, check my nails
Baby, how you feelin'? (Feelin' good as hell)
Hair toss, check my nails
Baby, how you feelin'? (Feelin' good as hell)
(Feeling good as hell)
Baby, how you feelin'? (Feelin' good as hell)

"Good as Hell" is a single by rap artist Lizzo, included on the super deluxe edition of "Cuz I Love You" and the "Barbershop: The Next Cut" soundtrack. The song is an ode to self-love, produced by Ricky Reed, who is behind a ton of 2016’s pop confections. Lizzo described the process of making the song with Idolator: "It came from Ricky Reed and I. We have such a great chemistry in the studio and I think we had maybe made one or two songs prior. We were still doing chemistry tests with each other. We were in the studio and he was playing this piano riff and he was like, “How does this make you feel?”. I went through a lot of things in my head but it made me feel was like the hair toss emoji. You know, the pink sweater emoji girl with the hair. So I went from that hair toss, to checking my nails. It was a natural statement that came out my mouth. Ricky was like “feeling good as hell”. We just rolled with that. After that everything just kind of came out so easily. That’s when I think our chemistry was really sealed. I just felt like everything’s going to be okay." In 2018, NPR ranked this as the #44 greatest song by a female or nonbinary artist in the 21st century, saying: "A self-care anthem for the ages, Lizzo’s ‘Good as Hell’ probably would have sounded just as satisfying had it come out a year earlier — but damn if it wasn’t the exact salve we all needed in 2016. As the presidential campaign bent reality and the national conversation turned toxic, Lizzo blasted through our speakers to remind us that turning inward and taking the time to treat yo' self isn’t selfish: In this climate, it’s survival, and something worth celebrating. Boss up, as Lizzo says, and change your life." During the week ending November 30, 2019, “Good as Hell” peaked at #3 on the Hot 100. As of September 25, 2019, according to Billboard, “Good As Hell” has been certified Platinum. A total of two music videos for the song have been released. The first one was released in 2016, where the second music video was released on December 9, 2019.

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