Don't Push Me Out

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I thought they didn’t make women like you anymore Kindness in spades, patience galore Elegant ways but ready for war I thought they didn’t make women like you anymore You’re modest enough to not strut your stuff But confident enough to know ya got it Don’t need someone’s validations Couldn’t care less who’s offering I thought they didn’t make women like you anymore All of these princesses are such a bore You’re a queen and you’re the girl next door I thought they didn’t make women like you anymore You have the perseverance and followthrough To build your career if you choose You understand compromise, jealousy too Taught me about blessings and baby blues Oh until I met you I searched this place For someone with class, conviction, and grace I thought it impossible, it couldn’t be discovered Like a car full of pretty girls that don’t hate each other You know how men think, we rarely move past appraising a woman’s appearance Well, judge as we may, we dig our own graves still I think its alright to say this: You look good in a t shirt, all stars, and jeans look good all done up in makeup and bling look good in pajamas and sharp tailored suits look good in dresses and cowboy boots I thought they didn’t make women like you anymore Passion for days, compassion galore I am amazed and grateful to God and your mother for women like you

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