We Just Had Enough

Song Description

A song about growing up on love

Song Length 2:55 Genre Country - Rock
Tempo Medium Fast (131 - 150) Lead Vocal Male Vocal
Mood Joyful, Cheerful Subject Gratitude, You, Yours
Language English Era 2000 and later


1st verse
We had one uneven leg on our table
We had, two or three different kinds of plates
We had soup that we borrowed from the neighbors
Momma thinned it out, but at least we always ate

There were two shades of carpet in the front room
Had a windup clock, on a milk crate by my bed
I wore hammy down jammies and I fought it
But they kept me warmer than that sterno did

I wouldn't change a thing for nothing
And you can take that to the bank
The love momma gave was something
I thank god for all her grace
I had a hard times education
Earned a PHD in love
We didn't have too much of nothing
We just had enough

2nd Verse
I watched momma bust her tail down at the diner
And I learned that Nine to five was just some country song
She worked sun up to sun down and came home smiling
She gave everything to make our house a home

Well I did what I could to do to earn a dollar
So momma wouldn't have to buy me things
She'd say son, you keep you money for tomorrow
Well If that aint love, then I don't know a thing

Repeat Chorus

We got a hard times education
But earned a PHD in love
We didn't have too much of nothing
But to us, it was enough

Lyrics Randy Joe Heavin Music Randy Joe Heavin
Producer Randy Joe Heavin Publisher Rantone Music Publishing
Performance Randy Joe Heavin Label Patriot Records L.L.C.

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