Honky Tonk Boots    (2006)

I just can't hang up my honky tonk boots
There ain't no dance out there that I can't do
Well stone cold country it's in my blood
There ain't no way I'm gonna give it up
I just can't hang up my honky tonk boots

Well I was born in a tavern in a corner booth
Slipped a little nipple on a Pabst Ribbon Blue
When the band kicked in well, I did, too
I kicked off my blankets then and jumped in my boots

I've been a dance hall junky since the day I was born
Raised on a honky tonk hardwood floor
I just can't hang up my honky tonk boots

I just can't give up my honky tonk ways
There ain't no bad habits I just can't break
I was raised on a jukebox with Haggard and Jones
Honky tonk women and the Rolling Stones
I just can't hang up my honky tonk boots

Well I was born in a tavern in a corner booth
Slipped a little nipple on a Pabst Ribbon Blue
When the band kicked in well, I did, too
I kicked off my blankets then and jumped in my boots

I've been a dance hall junky since the day I was born
I was raised on a honky tonk hardwood floor
I just can't hang up my honky tonk boots

I just can't hang up my honky tonk boots

Lyrics by Scott Blackwell and Billy Don Burns.
Recorded by Sammy Kershaw.


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