This song on the internet says. " I need a one dance"
How can somebody use "one" and "a" together? Is there another meaning for "one dance" as a phrase or something?
Here is the link to the lyrics
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It's not grammatically correct. Music lyrics can reflect colloquial English spoken by the songwriter, but they often are completely made up, in order to fit a rhythm, to form an image, to create an impression, or simply to force a rhyme. Poetry doesn't have to obey the standard grammar rules as long as you get a general sense of what the artist is trying to say.
I have no idea exactly what Drake means by "I need a one dance", so your guess is as good as mine. That's poetry for you.
OT means out of town and a one dance is a showing of boobs.
Sometimes I don't get Drake.