I've read several reviews here that made me laugh. People who take every lyric literally should not buy this album. If you buy the album solely to hear "Get the Party Started" you may be disappointed. This is not a Britney/Nsync catchy pop album to choreograph dance routines to! It is, however, an indepth look into the soul of an artist that isn't afraid to be herself. Pink takes the road less traveled with this album. Unlike "Get the Party Started, most of the songs are deeply introspective. "Just Like A Pill", one of my faves on the album, is lyrically outstanding and one of the best songs I've heard in a long time. ... Although Pink attempts to express herself in Missundaztood, she is not vulgar or crude. Other ultrahighlights(since the entire album is a highlight) include the anti-conformist "Don't let me get me", "Family Portrait",and the Steven Tyler-Pink duet "Misery". Although I loved Pink's last album, I would have to say that this is a step forward for her. I recommend picking up a copy of Missundaztood. It is light years away from the ... manufactured pop albums released in the past few years.