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I've been wearin' this same ol' cowboy hat
So long you can't tell, it used to be black
It's worn and torn and faded like these jeans I'm in

These dirty ol' boots are skinned and scuffed
From all these years of kickin' up dust
The seams are bustin' but there's plenty miles left in them
No, they ain't broke, they're just broken in

I been drivin' this '85 pickup truck
Them buddies in line call it a bucket of rust
She's a little beat up
But she still runs like the wind

Yeah, kinda like me, I've been banged and bruised
Been around the block a time or two
But I'm runnin' like new, goin' places I've never been
No, I ain't broke, I'm just broken in

So come on baby, take a chance on me
I just might be just what you need
I'm rough around the edges but I guarantee
I'll feel good against your skin, hey

You say you've been burned and your heart's on hold
You're ridin' that fence, don't wanna let go
You're takin' it slow, givin' yourelf time to mend

I can tell it when we touch, I can feel it when we kiss
That poundin' in your chest that quiver in your lips says
You can't resist and your heart wants lovin' hands
Baby it ain't broke, it's just broken in

So come on baby, take a chance on me
I just might be just what you need
I'm rough around the edges but I guarantee
I'll feel good against your skin
I ain't broke, I'm just broken in
Baby I ain't broke, I'm just broken in
Baby I'm just broken in



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