I got a half a six pack of Old Milwaukee, and a half a bag of weed
I can't do it like I did when I was a kid
This is all I'm gonna need
Because I know you always worry bout me drinking my dinner
But I don't do that anymore
I got me a sweet girl at home, she's keeping food on the table
And at night she keeps me warm
So I've got me this piece of paper, and I've got my favorite pen
I know it's been a little while and talking's not my style
So I just had to write my friends

Well hey I'm doing alright mamma, I'm okay
I know your late night talks with Jesus have helped me on my way
I know it wasn't always easy raising my father's son
And your son will be alright if the shows keep comin,
This old guitar and me are still strumming
I know you always knew I always took it way too far

But I'm doin alright now mamma
I'm doin alright now mamma
I'm goin alright now mamma
I'm doin okay

You remember the time when I was stuck in LA
And I didn't have a job and I didn't have a way
To pay the bills that I'd racked up
Yeah you kept me from losing my truck

Yeah I'm a little better off now than I was then
But it's sure nice to see you calling me when I'm out there on the road
Yeah you're calling, to say "have a good show"

Well hey I'm doing alright mamma, I'm okay
I know your late night talks with Jesus have helped me on my way
I know it wasn't always easy raising my father's son
And your son will be alright if the shows keep comin,
This old guitar and me are still strumming
I know you always knew I always took it way too far

But I'm doin alright now mamma
I'm doin alright now mamma
I'm goin alright now mamma
I'm doin okay


Lyrics submitted by qbsneak92

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