"She Mighty Mighty" as written by Aaron James Babcock, Timothy Ryan Skipper, Collin Rigsby and Jared Keith Rigsby....
My lady--unpredictable
She preach fire and brimstone in the study hall
In darkness she's a lightening bolt
She's so powerful

My lady--undeniable
She drops bombs of truth till your defenses fall
She don't worry 'bout a thing at all
She's impossible

She come down only to wind up again
When I doubt, she can be my medium
She come 'round and she saved the day
She mighty mighty
She mighty mighty

My girl pray the rosary
Before she take down the powers of bigotry
She walk close with the Holy Ghost
And she's haunting me

She come down only to wind up again
When I doubt, she can be my medium
She come down only to wind up again
She come 'round and she saved the day
She mighty mighty
She mighty mighty

My lady she's a pretty little
Mighty, mighty pretty little thing
My lady she's a pretty little
Mighty, mighty pretty little thing
My lady she's a pretty little
Mighty, mighty pretty little thing

She come down only to wind up again
When I doubt, she can be my medium
She come down only to wind up again
She come 'round and she saved the day
She mighty mighty
She mighty mighty
She mighty mighty, yeah


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"She Mighty Mighty" as written by Collin Rigsby Aaron James Babcock

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    My InterpretationI think this is a song about his "girl" being a really 'mighty' woman of faith.
    I love that he doubts himself sometimes, and then sees her acting in 'Mighty' faith, and can come back from doubt.
    Favorite part is :

    "My lady she's a pretty little
    Mighty, mighty pretty little thing"
    jjJJooOOon February 18, 2015   Link

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