Well I’m the biggest trouble that my mama’s ever had,
Who knew the miracle of life could make a woman mad
She went through her whole life, doin’ everything right,
Not a single notch in the log, till I, I came along (aw naw)

Well I painted walls when I was seven, broke a window at age eleven,
Fifteen years old I borrowed her car
She’d get real mad and chew me out, say boy get out of the house,
And I’d run barefoot through the neighbor’s yard

Well I think it’s safe to say I, wouldn’t be the man,
I am today without my mama’s ways
So here’s to all the memories, the good ones and the bad,
And I’m sorry for bein’ the biggest trouble my mama ever had

Well I think she always knew that I, had a real good heart,
But I never thought things through, ‘cause my head was hard
I’d come home late at night, it would turn into a fight,
But I never stepped far enough back to see it from her side

I think it’s safe to say I, wouldn’t be the man,
I am today without my mama’s ways
So here’s to all the memories, the good ones and the bad,
And I’m sorry for bein’ the biggest trouble my mama ever had

So mama I’m sorry for all the trouble that I put you through,
But I know someday when I have kids they’ll be trouble too

I think it’s safe to say I, wouldn’t be the man,
I am today without my mama’s ways
So here’s to all the memories, the good ones and the bad,
And I’m sorry for bein’ the biggest trouble my mama ever had,
Yeah I’m sorry for bein’ the biggest trouble my mama ever had
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Mama's Biggest Trouble Lyrics

Sam Tio – Mama's Biggest Trouble Lyrics