JIM AYCOCK

JIM AYCOCK

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Country - Contemporary | BIRMINGHAM, Alabama, United States
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Song Description

Just in time for Mother's Day.

Story Behind the Song

I don't know about you, but our kids are callin' 24/7/365! Not that we would change a thing. You love 'em and, well, Mama just makes everything alright.

Lyrics

CALL MAMA Copyright 2006 by james jackson aycock


(verse/chorus1)
6am, and the kids are on the phone
Callin' Mama-
Gotta turn off the ringer just to get a little break
From Callin' Mama-

Callin' on the landline,
Callin' on the cell,
Callin' with a brand new drama
All your fears are gone
When you pick up the phone
And call Mama

(verse/chorus2)
Jara's on the line;
Had a fight with With Mike- It was a good'n.
Jamie's late for church
Tryin' to make Mom's Banana Puddin'

And I'm somewhere on the road,
Just tryin' to git home
So I can put on my old pajamas
Wish I could get her alone
Guess I'll pick up the phone
And call Mama

(bridge 1)
She can rock your world;
Cook your greens;
Mend your heart,
And sew your jeans
Pick you up when you are down-
Hush your mouth!
Don't mess around
With Mama
Not Mama
Call Mama


(Verse 3)
Mamas everywhere like to hear from their kids, so
Call Mama
And if Mama ain't happy, then nobody is:
Call Mama

She may fuss and moan
When you get her on the phone
But that's just the "mama" in her
You'll get a big ole hug when you
Come home for Sunday dinner!

(bridge 2)
She can rock your world,
Cook your greens,
Mend your heart,
and sew your jeans.
Pick you up when you are down-
Hush your mouth!
Don't mess around
With Mama!
Not Mama!
That's Mama!


(verse/chorus 4)

It's plain to see that you're never too old
To call Mama
Nerves of steel and a Heart of Gold
That's Mama
Every boy and girl
All around this world
From Dolly Parton to the Dalai Lama
Better pick up the phone
Get a dialtone
And call Mama

(Coda)
Pick up the phone
Get a dialtone
Don't need an operator
Just get your mama on(modulate and repeat two more times)

Call Mama
That's my Mama
Who's yo' Mama?


Song Length
3:46
Genres
Country - Honky Tonk, Country - Contemporary
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Endearing, Sociable

Subject Matter
Mother, Communication

Similar Artists
Garth Brooks, Tim Mcgraw
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits JAMES JACKSON AYCOCK
Music Credits JAMES JACKSON AYCOCK
Producer Credits AYCOCK,PHILLIPS AND TALLEY
Performance Credits JIM AYCOCK ANDTHE POUNDERS