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Is this sencence okay? What would it mean?


I was writing a song and I was wondering if the next sentence made any sense and what it would literally mean:

A lot of women will come and sing along with me, **'cause we are biggity slippity hippity-dippiting with all of your "needs".

I know its street slang, but it's for an informal context.

Thank you.

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