song by Jason Aldean
Old Boots, New Dirt lyrics

'Old Boots, New Dirt' it's a classic country single that sings about a man's broken heart which begins his new life in a brand new town, where he doesn't know any face but with good feelings that he'll be better just there. 'Old Boots, New Dirt' taken from Jason Aldean's 2014 album with the same title Old Boots, New Dirt.


Flipped a stonefish from a waitress I ain't ever met
She asked, "Are you just passing through?"
I smiled and said, "I don't know yet"
I walked around the time square, down the street to where
I met the preacher and the old courthouse band
Nothing helps to start again like
OLD BOOTS, NEW DIRT
No reminders, I got a feeling this town would get me over her
Giving through what I've been through
Man, nothing feels better than
OLD BOOTS, NEW DIRT

There's a thousand faces I ain't seen before
The only history that I can see is from the Civil war
It's good for me to look around, down that road she ain't been down
No memories of our used to be's
Set me free!
OLD BOOTS, NEW DIRT
No reminders, I got a feeling this town would get me over her
Giving through what I've been through
Man, nothing feels better than
OLD BOOTS, NEW DIRT

Oooh, old boots, new dirt
One step closer, yeah I think I'm gonna like it here
Yeah!!

Giving through what I've been through
Man, nothing feels better than,
Nothing's gonna do it like
OLD BOOTS, NEW DIRT
OLD BOOTS, NEW DIRT
OLD BOOTS, NEW DIRT