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When the lights go up in Houston it's time to rodeo, down by the chutes every
Cowboy is sackin' up his go, you can tell the man by the shape of his hat or
The boots
Or the boots that he's in, but they got one thing in common, it's the way it's
Always been, whether ropin' orn ridin' or doggin' they'll never be seen without
Their lucky 13

It stands for the rough and rugged hard workin' man, an American tradition of
The western brand, it signifies a way of life designed for a different breed,
13 mwz.

When the sun goes down in Tulsa, it's time to honky tonk, their jammin' up in
The doorway country music's what they want, in walks a man and he's turnin' the
Head of each
Women he passes by, he's got a 10xxxxxxxxxx Stetson and a George Strait smile,
Their all linin' up for a two step, he's causin' a scene in his starched 13

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