TwinSister & The Holt Twins

TwinSister & The Holt Twins

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Rock - Classic | Schaefferstown, Pennsylvania, United States
Total Song Plays: 2,498   
Member Since: 2004
   Last Login: 1/18/2021

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Song Description

A song about an old fashioned, loving Mother who stayed home with her children and loved it and was always there for them.

Story Behind the Song

This song was written in a dream- I woke up, picked up my guitar, and sang and played this song- I never changed a word or note. The baby in the end of the song is my beautiful niece who was looking at a pix of me at the time I taped her- she called me and her mother both "Momma" for a whole year. This song is dedicated to the memory of our wonderful Mother, E. Marie Holt, who passed away on Mother's Day weekend-2000- this was the last song she heard before she died.

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If there were a contest for all the Mothers of the world,
Mother Dear you'd take first place,
You'd bring home every single award;
But how could they compare you for no one could come close;
'Cause you're the best as best can be and your love shines through on us.
Who can say they never had a babysitter in their life;
Who can say they skipped kindergarten
'Cause their Mom wanted them at home;
We played games together,
You spent so much time with us;
You taught us more than any teacher could and you taught it from your heart.
We were poor, but we wouldn't trade our Mother's Love for all the riches on this earth........
And we thank God for the Best Mother in this world.....
'Cause you're the best as best can be and Your Love shines through on us,
And Mother Dear We Love You With All Our Hearts.
from your youngest daughter,
Emily Mae

Song Length
Folk - Contemporary, Folk - Country
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Duet Female
Glad, Adorable

Subject Matter
Mother, Pride

Similar Artists
Amy Grant, Jewel
1980 - 1989

Lyric Credits Emily Holt
Music Credits Emily Holt
Producer Credits The Holt Twins
Performance Credits The Holt Twins