I know I was a prodigal son
I never meant to be anything but the good one
And I knew I should’ve stayed close to home
Instead I hit the road chasing after that mother load

And I can’t say it all on some telephone call
That I’ll never remember, so I wrote it in a letter

Mama, don’t you worry about your babies
Everything’s just crazy
I said mama, do you remember
We been down before and it always gets better

You say I shouldn’t have been a wavelength receiver
A day dream believer
Yeah, but I know, when I got something to show
You can deny it but I just can’t hide it

And I can’t say it all on some telephone call
That I’ll never remember, so I wrote it in a letter

Mama, don’t you worry about your babies
Everything’s just crazy
I said mama, do you remember
We been down before and it always gets better

We been down before and it only gets better
It only gets better

Mama, don’t you worry about your babies
Everything’s just crazy
I said mama, do you remember
We been down before and it always gets better

Mama, don’t you worry about your babies
Everything’s just crazy
I said mama, do you remember
We been down before and it only gets better

Mama, don’t you worry about your babies
Everything’s just crazy
I said mama, do you remember
We been down before and it always gets better


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