Great song 

Worn and haggard, weathered and tornDrug through the keyhole of that back door

Blood shot red behind these shades

I look like hell, yes, I’ve seen better days
And then those loving arms—they pull me back in

And there you go, baby, yeah, making me look good again
I’m rust on a barbed wire, I’m dust on a chrome yeah

Yes I’m the heart that bleeds in an old country song
And then those loving arms—they pull me back in

And there you go, baby, yeah, making me look good again
Leather and lace, denim and pearls,

Whiskey and wine, they go just fine, like you and me, girl

When you smile at me and say, there ain’t no better place

Than you’d rather be than right here loving me
Standing in that kitchen, it’s been a long day at work

And she slips her hands right under my shirt
Oh, with those loving arms she pulls me back in

And there you go, baby, yeah, making me look good again
There you go, baby, making me look good again

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