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Ronnie Dunn – Boots And Diamonds lyrics

There's a honky tonk in Austin
Where the cowgirls like to go
Where the party's never over,
The doors are never closed
There's a booth back in the corner
'Neath the old Milwaukee sign
Where my heart's been broke at least a dozen times

Boots and Diamonds, Boots and Diamonds
Where the best jukebox in Texas keeps me cryin'
If I said I'm not addicted, I'd be lyin'
Boots and Diamonds, Boots and Diamonds

Lone Star blows like the Rio Grande,
Jack Black pours like rain
The dance floor swings to a fiddle band
Lord, some things never change
No Dallas daddy's daughter
Bring his money out to play
'Cause Texas women always get their way

Boots and Diamonds, Boots and Diamonds
Hotter girls in denim cow town stylin'
A bunch of cowboys whiskey high and social climbin'
Boots and Diamonds, Boots and Diamonds

Where the best jukebox in Texas keeps 'em cryin'
If I said I'm not addicted, I'd be lyin'
Boots and Diamonds, Boots and Diamonds
Boots and Diamonds



Lyrics taken from http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/r/ronnie_dunn/boots_and_diamonds.html

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