William Clark Green - My Mother Lyrics




Well you always had my back
And every time I'd fall
From busted knees
To broken hearts
Well, we'd been through it all
You made me walk the line
Every time I'm coming off the track
My mother has always been my better half

To my first shoe you tied
To my first night in jail
You walked me through hand in hand
Through the rainbows and the hell
They say I've got your eyes
I say I've got more than that
My mother's always been my better half

Slow down the drinking
And lay down those cigarettes
Better start thinking
About those things you will regret
Find a good woman
And maybe get lucky like your dad
My mother's always been my better half

You bought me my guitar
For better grades in school
And I took it off to college
Then I took it for a tool
Now the name that you gave
Is now my autograph
My mother's always been my autograph

Slow down the drinking
And lay down those cigarettes
Better start thinking
About those things you will regret
Find a good woman
And maybe get lucky like your dad
My mother's always been my better half
My mother's always been my better half





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