Ain't nobody dope as me I'm dressed so fresh so clean
(So fresh and so clean clean)
Don't you think I'm so sexy? I'm dressed so fresh so clean
(So fresh and so clean clean)
Ain't nobody dope as me I'm dressed so fresh so clean
(So fresh and so clean clean)
I love when you stare at me I'm dressed so fresh so clean
(So fresh and so clean clean)

Sir Luscious gots gator belts and patty melts and Monte Carlo's
And El Dorados, I'm wakin' up out of my slumber feeling like Rollo
So follow, it's Showtime at the Apollo minus the Kiki Shepards
What about a ho in a leopard-print?
Teddy Pendergrass, cooler than Freddie Jackson
Sippin' a milkshake in a snowstorm
Left her throat warm in the dorm room at the A.U
We blew hay too, athletes might cake you
But you must have me mistaken with them statements that you make
'Cause

Ain't nobody dope as me I'm dressed so fresh so clean
(So fresh and so clean clean)
Don't you think I'm so sexy? I'm dressed so fresh so clean
(So fresh and so clean clean)
Ain't nobody dope as me I'm dressed so fresh so clean
(So fresh and so clean clean)
I love when you stare at me I'm dressed so fresh so clean
(So fresh and so clean clean)

Canary yellow seven-nine Seville is on display
My nigga Bongo hooked it up, Omar gon' dip my rims today
So a nigga can ride out to the Honeycomb Hideout
I'ma show you how to wild out like Jack Tripper
Let me be bambino on your snipples
Ykk on yo' zipper, lick you like a lizard when I'm slizzerd
Or sober, six million ways to fold ya
Like Noah's, I get two's of youse and you get pretty 'D'
But I'll call yo' ass 'round eight-ish I know you'll be there for me
Girl

Ain't nobody dope as me I'm dressed so fresh so clean
(So fresh and so clean clean)
Don't you think I'm so sexy? I'm dressed so fresh so clean
(So fresh and so clean clean)
Ain't nobody dope as me I'm dressed so fresh so clean
(So fresh and so clean clean)
I love when you stare at me I'm dressed so fresh so clean
(So fresh and so clean clean)

Those huge baby eyes, get to runnin' off at they mouth
And tellin' me everything that's on yo' nasty mind
They say you're malnutritioned in need of vitamin D
And invitin' me to that tingle in your spine
I love who you are, love who you ain't, you're so Anne Frank
Let's hit the attic to hide out for bout two weeks
Rick James'n, no chains and whips
I do suck lips 'til hips jerk
In double time the boy next do's a freak, ha ha

Ain't nobody dope as me I'm dressed so fresh so clean
(So fresh and so clean clean)
Don't you think I'm so sexy? I'm dressed so fresh so clean
(So fresh and so clean clean)
Ain't nobody dope as me I'm dressed so fresh so clean
(So fresh and so clean clean)
I love when you stare at me I'm dressed so fresh so clean
(So fresh and so clean clean)

(And we are) The coolest motherfunkers on the planet
(In my mind) The sky is falling ain't no need to panic
(But Oh oh) I got a stick and want yo automatic
(Oh oh oh) Compatible created in the attic

(And we are) The coolest motherfunkers on the planet
(In my mind) The sky is falling ain't no need to panic
(But Oh oh) I got a stick and want yo automatic
(Oh oh oh) Compatible created in the attic

Ain't nobody dope as me I'm dressed so fresh so clean
(So fresh and so clean clean)
Don't you think I'm so sexy? I'm dressed so fresh so clean
(So fresh and so clean clean)
Ain't nobody dope as me I'm dressed so fresh so clean
(So fresh and so clean clean)
I love when you stare at me I'm dressed so fresh so clean
(So fresh and so clean clean)

Ain't nobody dope as me I'm dressed so fresh so clean
(So fresh and so clean clean)
Don't you think I'm so sexy? I'm dressed so fresh so clean
(So fresh and so clean clean)
Ain't nobody dope as me I'm dressed so fresh so clean
(So fresh and so clean clean)
I love when you stare at me I'm dressed so fresh so clean


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So Fresh, So Clean Lyrics as written by Patrick L. Brown Andre Benjamin

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    General Comment

    Outkast's best song. I love it.

    song4juliaon January 21, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    This song is so funny, if you really think about it. Not as good as Ludacris "What's your fantasy?" but I think they tried hard, not bad.

    StormyWatersAngelon April 18, 2002   Link
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    General Comment

    outkast is one of the most unique rap groups....i love em@!! they're different than all the loser thug songs...thats why they are better...they are more unique

    StupidGirlon June 13, 2002   Link
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    General Comment

    it's called Funk , it's not rap. idiots

    DMZon August 23, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    It shouldnt matter what you call it... Music is music.

    anna118kon September 16, 2002   Link
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    General Comment

    @DMZ Rap is called rap because you RAP over music. they rap over music too although theirs might not be "traditional hip hop" (<- that there is kind of an oxymoron btw.) or whatever u wanna call all that other crap they show on bet and mtv

    kenrho2kon January 10, 2005   Link
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    General Comment

    lol i should have looked at the date

    kenrho2kon January 10, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    "by StormyWatersAngel: This song is so funny, if you really think about it. Ludacris "What's your fantasy?" but I think they tried hard, not bad."

    FIXED

    chowfun18on November 29, 2007   Link
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    Lyric Correction

    I'm pretty sure the last part is this:

    (And we are) The coolest motherfuckers on the planet (In my mind) The sky is falling aint no need to panic (But oh oh) I got a stick and want your automatic (Oh oh oh) Compatible created in the attic

    x2

    Frondi27on January 20, 2012   Link
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    My Interpretation

    He loves the attention he's getting from her and gets a high off her innocence (Ann Frank). Her flirting and the seduction are turning him on and making him feel like a man.

    Sunsetpupon February 01, 2020   Link

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