"Ladylike" as written by and Kim Patton-johnston Lisa Brokop....
Put this dictionary on your head
And walk across the room
What a pretty dress
Take smaller steps
Look straight in front of you
One day you will find a husband
He will pay bills so
You can keep the house and
Dinner in the oven

Ladylike In momma's shoes
I tried but I don't fit em
Ladylike in cowboy boots
In diamonds, lace and denim
A woman redefined
I'm ladylike

I don't iron my baby's shirts,
He likes it when I wear them
Sometimes I come home from work
And He's already there
We might just head for sandy shores
Some random afternoon
The laundry won't get done
The bookshelves won't get dusted

Ladylike In momma's shoes
I tried but I don't fit em
Ladylike in cowboy boots
In diamonds, lace and denim
A woman redefined
I'm ladylike

Thanks to all the moms and grandmas
That have paved the way for us
I can't baste a turkey
But I'll hand down every ounce of love

Ladylike In momma's shoes
I tried but I don't fit em
Ladylike in cowboy boots
In diamonds, lace, and denim
Ladylike
The times have changed
Thank God for instant oatmeal
Ladylike I'm not uptight
I think I got the best deal
Ladylike
Those panyhouse don't go well with my blue jeans
Ladylike my heals are high
No reason why
It's just me
Ladylike, yeah
Yeah I'm ladylike






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"Ladylike" as written by Lisa Brokop Kim Patton-johnston

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