I met a girl just the other day
Stop to talk she had a lot to say
She told me all about her politics
Then she told me something that made me sick

Michele Post knows all about it
But she don't want just to talk about it
She got everything that she believes in
She's got something and she wants let me in



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Michelle Post Lyrics as written by DARIUS RUCKER, DEAN FELBER, JIM SONEFELD, MARK BRYAN

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    these lyrics are incomplete and wrong

    I love this song though, I'm surprised that at least one other person hasn't posted.

    tragikon July 13, 2006   Link
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    I think this song is about a girl that Darius met and he was really attracted to her at first, but she had a very different world view and past experience than him.

    I'm probably all wrong though. My interpretation is very directed towards my own experience.

    Oh yeah, I'm really fucked up right now, so take that into account. I go to school at Clemson in South Carolina too (Hootie went to school at USC in Columbia, so we listen to Hootie all the time here as a result).

    tragikon January 17, 2008   Link
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    the girl is hot and she knows it...and worse yet, she's some kind of radical conservative. ouch. sorry to hear it Darius.

    summerteeth99on January 18, 2010   Link

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