"You're the Only Hell Your Mama Ever Raised" as written by and John/cagle Oswald....
Well I heard mama late last night
She was talking to my father
Now it's time that boy was shipping out
And I mean come hell or high water
Smokes and spits and drinks and fights
And his friends all look like trouble
Oh he sleeps all day and gone all night
Where's that boy I used to cuddle
Ten good years and then
He must have gone insane

You're the only hell
You're mama ever raised
She tried ot tell you
But you got to do things your own way
Says you're a good boy and
That you must be going thorugh some phase
You're the only hell your mama ever raised
Mama ever raised
Mama ever, Mama ever raised

Susie sneaks out every night
Say's its only fair, yeah
Mama won't let me have no fun
Sometimes I think sh'es Linda Blair, yeah
Sixteen years of bristine tears
Then susie changed her ways

You're the only hell your mama ever raised
She tried ot tell you
But you got to do things your own way
Should know, know better and
That you must be goin through some phase
You're the only hell your mama ever raised
Mama ever raised
Mama ever raised
Oh yeah!

Ohhh mama, little boy may be leavin' today
I don't care what you say
Woman I've got to go
And fly away


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"You're the Only Hell Your Mama Ever Raised" as written by Jerry Dixon Eric Turner

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