"Full Grown Woman" as written by and Sarah Buxton Craig Michael Wiseman....
Momma
I'm calling from the big town
as the summer rain falling down
and I've been thinking about back home
and chasing
yeah I'm still chasing my dreams
realizing in between there's a lonely long stretch of road.

And I'm learning more each and every day
about the truth in the words you'd always say
I found a little church
where I like to pray
and I thank God for you (it's true)
And I know I'll always be your little girl
but I sure thought I ws ready for this world.
I guess that we were both right about a thing or two.
I'm a full grown woman with some growing up to do.

Momma
Can't believe it's been a year
I was brushing rice from my hair and
walking down the aisle and you knew
I know you knew it wouldn't last
but I'll always love you for the way you just sat there and smiled.

And I'm learning more each and every day
about the truth in the words you'd always say
I found a little church
where I like to pray
and I thank God for you (yeah I really do)
And I know I'll always be your little girl
but I sure thought I ws ready for this world.
I guess that we were both right about a thing or two.
I'm a full grown woman with some growing up to do.
I'm a full grown woman with some growing up to do.

and I'm missing you
hey Momma I'm missing you ooooh
hey Momma (Momma) calling (callin) from the big town
hey Momma


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