"Old Back In The New School" as written by Brett Warren, Brad Warren, Austin Cunningham and Lance Miller....
What’s wrong with sayin’ yes sir, sayin’ yes ma’am, a hard day’s work
Showin’ up pretty much on time
What’s wrong with waitin’ your turn, payin’ your dues, keepin’ your word
And lookin’ a man right in the eye
You can wear your pants down around your knees
But that don’t mean a dang to me

Just put a little old back in the new school
Get that workin’ man back on the bar stool
Just ‘cause somethin’s hip don’t make it cool
Let’s put a little old back in the new school

I don’t mind some attitude, a rebel heart, hell I got one too
But you still gotta walk the line
I don’t care what you listen to, how you wear your hair you can paint it blue
Hey, it takes all kinds
Johnny rocked and Willie rolled, they just did it with a whole lot more soul

Just put a little old back in the new school
Get that workin’ man back on the bar stool
Just ‘cause somethin’s hip don’t make it cool
Let’s put a little old back in the new school

My grandpa just turned 83
I hope some of him rubbed off on me
He’s still cooler than I’ll ever be

Just put a little old back in the new school
(Yeah) Get that workin’ man back on the bar stool
Just ‘cause somethin’s hip don’t make it cool
Let’s put a little old back in the new school

Yeah I might be young but I ain’t no fool
Come on, let’s put a little old back in the new school, yeah, new school
Put some old back in it


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"Old Back in the New School" as written by Brett Warren Lance Miller

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