"I May Be Used (But Baby I Ain't Used Up)" as written by and Bob Mcdill....
Well my baby you're a looker and I know what you're looking for
You've been looking over, every man at the bar
Honey, I know I've got a few years on you
But if you're shopping around let me tell you a thing or two

Well I look a little rough and I got a few miles on me
My body needs work and my style ain't what it used to be
And honey I'll admit there's places where I'm wearing thin
But I ain't broke down, I just couldn't hold it in

[Chorus]
Well I may be worn, but baby I ain't worn out
Let me take you for a ride and I'll show you what I'm talking about
I guarantee, there's a lot of me left to love
Well I may be used but baby I ain't used up

I've been wrecked a few times and honey it shows I guess
There's been once or twice that you could say that I was repossessed
There's one little thing that I think ought to be understood
It ain't how you look, it's what you got under your hood

[Chorus]


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"I May Be Used (But Baby I Ain't Used Up)" as written by Bob Mcdill

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