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About The Song

George Strait’s “That’s My Kind of Woman”. Now that’s a song that takes you back to the heart of classic country. Released in 2006 on his album It Just Comes Natural, this tune perfectly captures that signature Strait sound: a smooth melody, a touch of steel guitar, and lyrics that paint a picture of a love that’s as down-home and genuine as a pair of well-worn boots.

Strait isn’t known for grand gestures or flamboyant declarations. His music is all about the quiet strength of everyday life, the simple pleasures that make a good life great. And “That’s My Kind of Woman” embodies that philosophy perfectly. It’s the song of a man who’s seen a bit of the world, maybe even had his heart knocked around a time or two.

But through it all, he knows what he’s looking for in a partner. He doesn’t need a fancy socialite or a city slicker. He wants a woman who’s comfortable in her own skin, someone who can handle herself and doesn’t shy away from a little hard work.

The lyrics are full of these subtle details that paint a vivid picture. We hear about a woman who can “drive a truck and rope and ride,” a woman who feels right at home “right by my side.” There’s a hint of playfulness too, with the line about her loving “Gus from Lonesome Dove,” a sly reference to a popular Western miniseries. It all adds up to a portrait of a woman who’s independent, strong, and shares the singer’s love for the simple life.

“That’s My Kind of Woman” isn’t just about celebrating a certain type of woman, though. It’s also a testament to the enduring power of love and companionship. The singer may be a bit world-weary, but there’s a hopeful undercurrent to the song.

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He believes that somewhere out there, there’s a woman who’s his perfect match, someone who will “look my way and say ‘I want that one.'” It’s a sentiment that resonates with anyone who’s ever longed for that special someone, that one person who makes everything feel complete.

So, if you’re looking for a song that celebrates the beauty of a down-to-earth love, a love built on shared values and mutual respect, then look no further than George Strait’s “That’s My Kind of Woman”. It’s a timeless classic that reminds us all that sometimes, the best things in life are the simplest.