If I Was A Woman

Album: Proud To Be Here (Deluxe Edition) (2011)
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  • Blake, if I was a woman
    Trace, if I was a woman
    If I was a woman, I'd love a man like me

    I got a spread in Oklahoma stretch as far as the eye can see
    Well, I got my own little mountain back home in Tennessee
    (Oh hell, listen to this)
    I got a jet airplane and I can fly you high and far
    (Yeah well, check this baby)
    I got my own helicopter, I'll pick you up in your front yard

    If I was a woman
    Hey, if I was a woman
    If I was a woman, I'd love a man like me

    Yeah, I'd want a man who had a sensitive side
    Well, I'd want a man who ain't afraid to cry
    Well, I'd love me a man who could love me all night long
    Well, I'd love me a man who had the guts to sing this song
    (That's what I'm talkin' about)

    Yeah, If I was a woman
    No, if I was a woman
    If I was a woman, I'd love a man like me
    (I got the guts right here, man)
    (Naw, you got a gut)

    Yeah, if I- oh
    Man, you ain't supposed to sing yet
    You're too stupid to be a woman
    Hey, kiss my-

    Yeah, if I was a woman
    I'd be strutin' on some beach somewhere
    (Ah that's a good one right there)
    And my badonkadonk would make everybody stop and stare
    (Can't believe I just sang that)(that was good)

    Well, if I was a woman
    No, if I was a woman
    If I was a woman I'd love a man like me
    (Tell 'em again, Blake)

    Trace, if I was a woman
    I'm talkin' 'bout a long legged, good looking woman
    If I was a woman, I'd love a man like me
    No, I'd love a man like me

    (Woo, you sounded like a woman on that high note)
    (Sound like Dolly) Writer/s: Jeff Bates, Kenny Beard, Sherrié Austin, Trace Adkins
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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  • Jamie Edwards from TexasIs there a karaoke track for this song? My boys really want to sing it at their next concert. It is one of their favorite songs.
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