Brooks and Dunn's "Boot Scootin' Boogie" is classic country sung by two manly men, but the tune gets a dose of cuteness when covered by a young boy. Maddox Ross may not have been born when the 1991 hit was released, but that doesn't stop him from knowing all of the words.

The song is one of Ross' favorites, which is why he chose to perform it at the Oklahoma Centennial Rodeo Opry, according to YouTube. Ross dressed the part of a country star in a black cowboy hat, black shirt and a big belt buckle, belting out the words to the line-dancing hit. Ten-year-old Ross loves country music; he has a ton of "real" country covers, as he calls them. It's clear this is the boy's passion, and he's already been doing it half his life. We wouldn't be surprised if we see his name on the Billboard charts in a few years!

Perhaps he'll get a chance to visit Las Vegas when Brooks and Dunn reunite as a duo, performing alongside Reba McEntire for a string of residency appearances.