37 Lizzo Lyrics About Self-Love That Will Make You Realize It's About Damn Time You Felt Confident

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We don't need a DNA test to know that Lizzo is 100 percent the queen of self-love. While it took years for the rapper to learn to embrace herself, she is helping fans do the same through her empowering music, so we rounded up the 32 best Lizzo lyrics about self-love as a tribute to her being halfway to EGOT status!

"Words are so powerful," she recently told CBS Sunday Morning’s For the Record. "Talking bad to yourself works. It's the antidote to, 'So stupid.' It's like, 'No, you deserve this. You're intelligent." So, the next time you're feeling down and need to be reminded of how fabulous you are, or perhaps need a killer caption for your girl boss Instagram photo, let these Lizzo lyrics remind you that you are good as hell!

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1. "Woo girl, need to kick off your shoes / Got to take a deep breath, time to focus on you" (“Good As Hell”)

2. "If I'm shinin', everybody gonna shine (yeah, I'm goals) / I was born like this, don't even gotta try" (“Juice”)

3. "Feeling good as hell" (“Good As Hell”)

4. "If he don't love you anymore / Just walk your fine ass out the door" (“Good As Hell”)

5. "Thick thighs save lives"(“Tempo”)

6. "Mirror, mirror on the wall, tell me what you see / It's that, oh my God, it's lookin' heavenly" (“Scuse Me”)

7. "I am my inspiration, I am my inspiration" (“Water me”)

8. "I don't see nobody else / 'Scuse me while I feel myself" (“Scuse Me”)

9. "You know you a star, you can touch the sky" (“Good As Hell”)

10. "'Cause I'm my own soulmate" (“Soulmate”)

11. "Ooh, work my body like / Ooh, I know you want it like / Ooh, but I don't do this for you" (“Fitness”)

12. "I know I'm a queen but I don't need no crown" (“Soulmate”)

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13. "Ain't I so amazing?" (“Exactly How I Feel”)

14. "Got me, it's the only thing I'll ever need" (“Heaven Help Me”)

15. "I know how to love me" (“Soulmate”)

16. "Love me or hate me / Ooh I ain’t changing / And I don't give a f*ck, no" (“Exactly How I Feel”)

17. "That bitch in the mirror like yeah, I'm in love" (“Soulmate”)

18. "Don’t hide no emotions / Wear ‘em on my sleeve" (“Exactly How I Feel”)

19. "True love finally happens when you by yourself" (“Soulmate”)

20. "Put me on a pedestal / Bet on me, bet I will" (“Like A Girl”)

21. "I'm like chardonnay, get better over time" (“Juice”)

22. “Only exes that I care about are in my f*cking chromosomes” ("Like a Girl")

23. "Can’t hold back my tears / That would be a crime / Cause I look pretty cryin’"(“Exactly How I Feel”)

24. "I'm just as thick as my skin is" ("Let 'Em Say")

25. "I just took a DNA test, turns out I'm 100% that bitch" (“Truth Hurts”)

26. "Us big girls gotta cry" (“Cry Baby”)

27. "That's the goddess in me" (“Truth Hurts”)

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28. "Mirror, mirror on the wall / Don't say it, 'cause I know I'm cute" (“Juice”)

29. "I'ma do my thing, no apologies" (“Scuse Me”)

30. "I'ma marry me one day" (“Soulmate”)

31. “Woke up feelin' like I just might run for president. Even if there ain't no precedent, switchin' up the messaging. I'm about to add a little estrogen" ("Like a Girl")

32. “No, I'm not a snack at all / Look, baby, I'm the whole damn meal (Ooh, baby)” ("Juice")

33. "It's bad bitch o'clock, yeah, it's thick-thirty" ("About Damn Time")

34. "In case nobody told you today, you're special / In case nobody made you believe, you're special/ Well, I will always love you the same / You're special / I'm so glad that you're still with us / Broken, but damn, you're still perfect" ("Special")

35. "I've been trainin', I can flex that ass / So when I shake it, I can shake it fast" ("The Sign")

36. "Welcome to my body, I know it's nice to meet it" ("Naked")

37. "Is it your birthday, girl? / 'Cause you lookin' likе a present" ("Birthday Girl")

Lizzo is singing the self-care message we all need to hear right now. Here's why.