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Lyrics by: Bobbie Cryner
# Debut Chart
16 Jan '00 Country
81 Apr '00 Hot 100


I don`t buy the lines in magazines That tell me what I`ve gotta be I don`t base my life on a movie screen I don`t fit the mold society has planned I don`t need to be nineteen years old Or starve myself for some weight I`m told Will turn men`s heads--been down that road And I thank God I finally know just who I am I ain`t a movie star May never see the view from where they are And this old town might be as far as I`m goin` But what he`ll hold tonight in his hands He swears is so much better than Anything that this ol` world can show him

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(Chorus:) I`m a real live woman In love with this man I see lying here next to me Lost in the way that he`s holdin` This real live woman In the arms of a man where I`ll fall asleep knowing There`s nothing on Earth he loves more than This real live woman I work nine to five, and I can`t relate To millionaires who, somehow, fate Has smiled upon and fortune made Their common lives a better place to be And I no longer justify Reasons for the way that I behave I offer no apologies For the things that I believe and say And I like it that way (Repeat chorus)


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