"Ain't That Just Like a Woman" as written by and Kent Blazy Billy Crittenden....
Closet full of dresses and not a thing to wear
No matter the occasion can't do nothin' with her hair
At anytime she'd change her mind and she likes to change mine too
Somehow she finds a way to make me see her point of view

Ain't that just like a woman? She can be a friend
Be a lover go from one extreme to the other
Call it intuition, knows when to talk and when to listen
She's always there when I need her the most
Ain't that just like a woman?

She forgets her lipstick in the pocket of my coat
Says I'm neither drivin' way too fast or goin' way too slow
She believes in true love and the magic of romance
Candlelight and roses and slow, slow dance

Ain't that just like a woman? She can be a friend
Be a lover go from one extreme to the other
Call it intuition, knows when to talk and when to listen
She's always there when I need her the most
Ain't that just like a woman?

Call it intuition, knows when to talk and when to listen
She's always there when I need her the most
Ain't that just like a woman? Ain't that just like a woman?



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"Ain't That Just Like a Woman" as written by Kent Blazy Billy Crittenden

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