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Mother

Mother, there’s some things I gotta say
You’re in the ground, but that’s not only where you lay
You brought me into this world so I know right from wrong
You breathed in and you sang me my first song

Mother, I put some of your roses in my yard
I look at them and things are a little less hard
I still wear your sweater when it gets cold
I still look at your picture when I’m losing my hold

Mother, where are you tonight
I sure could use your love, I sure could use your light
Mother, where are you tonight
It’s lonely here and you’d be such a sight for these eyes

Mother, yes, I should’ve listened to you more
Last I saw my man he was leaving through my door
Show me if you will what do I do with this man
You and daddy oh I want that if I can

Mother, where are you tonight
I sure could use your love, I sure could use your light
Mother, where are you tonight
It’s lonely here and you’d be such a sight for these eyes
It’s lonely here and you’d be such a sight for these eyes…

© 2009 Allison Thrash, Labrador Hill Music (ASCAP)

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