Julia Michaels – That’s The Kind Of Woman Lyrics

Childhood picket fence, smells like confidence
Raised with a little more common sense
Isn’t always on defense
Sits up straight and knows how to take a compliment
Jealous but the right amount
Isn’t scared of missing out, missing outs scared of missing her, yeah
Doesn’t buy things to fill voids
Doesn’t hate the sound of her own voice

If the me I am
Walked out that door
That’s the kind of woman I’d leave me for

Doesn’t cry when someone leaves
Isn’t contradictory
Mind takes a break when she falls asleep
Always takes her own advice
Crosses T’s and cuts her ties
Figured out sympathize from empathize
Doesn’t keep those letters in a drawer
Doesn’t keep a closet full of things she bought and never wore
Gives all her attention to the people that are with her
She still loves to dance
She still loves her sister

If the me I am
Walked out that door
That’s the kind of woman I’d leave me for

Jealous but the right amount
Isn’t scared of missing out, missing outs scared of missing her, yeah
Doesn’t buy things to fill voids
Doesn’t hate the sound of her own voice

If the me I am
Walked out that door
Would I miss her? Maybe, a little bit, sure
Oh, I love myself, but I’d love her more
Yeah, that’s the kind of woman I’d leave me for