Album Note: I love going into western stores and just looking at the rows of colorful cowboy boots. Besides always being in style, they provide an enduring connection to our western heritage. Plus they’re just plain fun to wear!
Way out in cattle country far from city streets You can see a fashion statement on everybody’s feet The toes are round or pointed the heels are low or high The tops provide protection but that ain’t the reason why We just feel better when we’re wearin our cow-boy boots
We wear em ridin pastures and out to fix the fence We wear em to the rodeo and after to the dance They’re great on girls in dresses and men in fancy suits Why wear a pair of shoes when you could wear a pair of boots You’ll just feel better when you’re wearin your cow-boy boots
Did-you know that in Wyoming- there’s a Cowboy Boot Museum In every style and color lined up so you can see-‘em There’s boots with fancy inlay of eagles and of hearts From Mexico and Texas each one’s a work of art
Way out in west in Kansas on the trail to Santa Fe The town of old Dodge City goes back to frontier days And right outside of town there is a hill named after boots Where lawmen buried outlaws, the poor and destitute Who met their maker still wearin their cowboy boots
A hustler or a loser the real thing or a dude You can tell a lot about a man from lookin at his boots Plain or fancy stitchin, brand new soles or worn Workin boots or dressy, leather smooth or torn
My boots can take me back to the days of Roy and Gene Excitement and adventure in a wild western scene Where cowboys and vaqueros chase outlaws with-their loot And every single one has on a pair of awesome boots They just feel better when they’re wearin their cow-boy boots We just feel better when we’re wearin our cow-boy boots