"Every mother's son" as written by and Chrissie Hynde....
Well, I've been riding a winning pig for a long, long time
Sometimes I wonder: is this the end of the line?
No one should take advantage of who they are
No man has got it made, if he thinks he does he's wrong

Every mother's son better hear what I'm sayin'
Every mother's son will rise and fall someday

I've seen it happen so many times, so many times before
Some man's got so much money, he doesn't worry no more
Or he's got such a pretty woman that'll treat him fine
Well, my friend has been a fool, it happens everytime

Every mother's son better hear what I'm sayin'
Every mother's son will rise and fall someday

I'm not trying to preach to no one, to no one at all
I've seen so many of my good friends just rise to fall
'Cause they got so much money or a woman so fine
Well, my friends have all been fools, happens everytime

Every mother's son better hear what I'm sayin'
Every mother's son will rise and fall someday
Every mother's son better hear what I'm sayin'
Every mother's son will rise and fall someday


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"Every Mother's Son" as written by Christine Hynde

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