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"Mama's Song"


Summertime has come and gone
The leaves are slowly falling
The other day my mother heard
The voice of Jesus calling
It said come on with me my child
I'll take away your strife
Mama went to sleep on this side
And woke up in paradise

Oohhh

But how I miss her so
More than you'll ever know
How I miss her so
More than you'll ever know
How I miss her so
More than you'll ever know

When I was a little boy
Mama rocked me in her arms
She protected me from danger
And She kept me safe and warm
But mama is not here now
And i'm standin by Myself
But as long as I've got Jesus
I dont need nobody else

ohhh

But how I miss her so
More than you'll ever know
Oooooohhhh
How I miss her so
More than you'll ever know
How I miss her so
More than you'll ever know

How I miss her so
More than you'll ever know
Like yesterday I miss her so
More than you'll ever know
Haha yea
I miss her so
More than you'll ever know

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