Yeah, I could rock her
Like a doctor
If I found a way to get her off first
I could own her, the crazy loner,
If I found my way to Minnesoter.

In a slumber, I'm sawing lumber
I saw my baby dance a Latin
number with her shirt off
Man her skin's soft
But in a mood she'd rather
if I jerked off.

If I found my way to Minnesoter
Minesoter, Oh yeah.

Repeat 1st verse.
Repeat chorus

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    so good. sooooooooooo goood.

    slinkstersarson March 11, 2007   Link
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    i am pretty sure it just means 'Minnesota', ...with a funny accent.

    gotta love 'em.

    ean, the good guy.

    the good guyon October 27, 2008   Link
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    This song kinda has a country feel, but not enough to classify as it. When I first got this cd, I have to admit I listened to a few songs and skipped over this one. But things have changed. This song is pretty cool.

    I think this song is about a guy who is at a stripclub. He sees a girl dancing and he feels that he could "make her day", but as rule of a stipclub, he's not aloud to touch her. If he did, she'd think he was a creep and just like the rest. Which is why he is explaining things would be different with him. In the meantime...he has to resort to what he has (his hand) and his own personal

    Findawayon May 08, 2003   Link
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    I've always assumed that this song was about a guy stuck in a relationship with a girl who has no respect for him, and he thinks that if he can offer great sex and make her cum then she'll in turn respect him. Just my thoughts.

    bocmaximaon June 20, 2005   Link
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    I always assosiated this song with Neil Young, it's kind of his singing style, and it does mention "the crazy loner" a la "the Loner" by Neil Young is there any other connections that I havn't picked up on?

    _Lovedrug_on February 06, 2006   Link
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    Is 'Minnesoter' a metaphor for something?

    bunnyskullson October 27, 2008   Link
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    My theory:

    the Dandy Warhols are high as fuck

    "Dude, what if, like, what if, every state had a state talent, like everyone in Minnesota was good at sex, and if you wanted to learn that talent, you'd have to go live in that state for a few years or something."

    "So if you wanted to be good at sex, you'd have to move to Minnesota? I thought only doctors and shit came from there."

    "... Minnesota has two talents."

    "Dude, get the notebook."

    DAMtastychickenon August 08, 2011   Link
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    this is my favorite song right now. I looooove the guitar

    bestxXbudXxlayfon January 19, 2012   Link

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