Blue County — Nothin' But Cowboy Boots lyrics

It was Indiana, a summer day
And I was three years old
My momma said go out to play
Well, I did what I was told
She never saw it comin'
When I turned the sprinkler on
She looked up from the dishes
And right there in the front lawn

Nothin' but cowboy boots
Sets your spirit free
That wild wild western birthday suit
Is the remedy for modesty
It ain't proper, it ain't cool
But folks remember what you do
In nothin', whoa nothin', but cowboy boots

Well all it takes, when you're eighteen
Is your buddy's double dare
It was eight o'clock on a friday night
In the middle of Town Square
Couldn't hear the sirens
'cause so many people cheered
When the sheriff showed up,
I was grinnin' ear to ear

In nothin' but cowboy boots
Sets your spirit free
That wild wild western birthday suit
Is the remedy for modesty
It ain't proper, it ain't cool
But folks remember what you do
In nothin', whoa nothin', but cowboy boots

I came home late tonight
You just smiled at my surprise
I see ya comin' down the hall, whoa
In nothin', whoa

Nothin' but cowboy boots
Sets your spirit free
That wild wild western birthday suit
Is the remedy for modesty
It ain't proper, it ain't cool
But folks remember what you do
In nothin', whoa nothin',
No no nothin', but those cowboy boots
Oh no no nothin', no
Nothin' but those cowboy boots
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Songwriters: AARON BENWARD, LEE THOMAS MILLER
Nothin' But Cowboy Boots lyrics © R2M PUBLISHING