|Performed By:||Garth Brooks|
Written by: - Earl Bud Lee - DeWayne Blackwell He'll never wear a business suit Cowboy hats and bull hide boots just suit him fine See that buckle shine He won it in a rodeo On a horse named Desperado And he won the ride but he broke his back Hist so hard he heard it crack No more rodeo But you can't keep a good man down A line of western wear uptown heard of his fame And they bought his name Now he looks down from a suite At the silver limo parked out on the street And he's not just a face in a martini crowd He drinks long neck Bud and gets a little loud The man's back on his feet He's an uptown down-home good ol' boy In a business world so fast On a horse of a different color But he'll hang on 'til the last He's still the local hero He's the hometown pride and joy He's an uptown down-home good ol' boy A woman loved him through it all Through his rowdy days and hardest fall when he almost died She stayed by his side She's still right there today He wouldn't have it any other way And he never did get too proud To hang out with the same old crowd We're proud to say He's an uptown down-home good ol' boy In a business world so fast Oh but it's a different saddle Than he once rode in the past Well he's still the local hero He's an uptown down-home good ol' boy He's an uptown down-home good ol' boy
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