"Boot Scootin' Boogie" as written by and Ronnie Dunn....
Out in the country past the city limits sign
Well there's a honky tonk near the county line
The joint starts jumpin' every night when the sun goes down
They got whiskey women music & smoke
It's where all the country folk go to boot scootin' boogie

I've got a good job I work hard for my money
When it's quittin time I hit the door runnin'
I fire up my pickup truck & let the horses run
I go flyin' down that highway to that hide-a-way
Stuck out in the woods to do the boot scootin' boogie

Yeah, heel, toe, docie doe come on baby let's go boot scootin'
Cadillac black jack, baby meet me outback we're gonna boogie
Oh get down, turn around go to town boot scootin' boogie

The bartender asks me says son what'll it be
I want a shot at that redhead yonder lookin' at me
The dance floors hoppin' & it's hotter than the fourth of July
I see outlaws, inlaws crooks & straights all out makin' it shake
Doin' the boot scootin' boogie

Yeah, heel, toe, docie doe come on baby let's go boot scootin
Cadillac black jack, baby meet me outback we're gonna boogie
Oh get down, turn around go to town boot scootin' boogie


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"Boot Scootin' Boogie" as written by Ronnie Dunn

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    General CommentThis is my all time favourite song to line dance to, its great, and I love singing along to it. Its one of those country songs that will be a classic.
    cdncowgirlon July 26, 2005   Link

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