Lonestar “Mr. Mom” Music Video & Lyrics

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Lonestar's "Mr. Mom" tells the story of a father overwhelmed by his new responsibilities at home. Watch the music video and view the lyrics here!

Country music group Lonestar brought comedy to country music with their song “Mr. Mom.” The track tells the tale of man who quickly learns just how all-consuming being a stay-at-home parent can be after he is laid off and his wife becomes the breadwinner. I

Enjoy the very animated music video below!

“Mr. Mom” Lyrics:

[Verse 1]
Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah
Lost my job, came home mad
Got a hug and a kiss and “that’s too bad”
She said, “I can go to work until you find another job”
I thought “I like the sound of that”
Watch TV and take long naps
Go from a hard working dad to being Mr. Mom

[Chorus]
Well, Pampers melt in a Maytag dryer
Crayons go up one drawer higher
Rewind Barney for the 15th time
Breakfast at six, naps at nine
There’s bubblegum in the baby’s hair
Sweet potatoes in my lazy chair
Been crazy all day long
And it’s only Monday, Mr. Mom

[Verse 2]
Football, soccer, and ballet
Squeeze in scouts and PTA
And there’s that shopping list she left
That’s seven pages long
How much smoke can one stove make?
The kids won’t eat my charcoal cake
It’s more than any man can take, being Mr. Mom

[Chorus]
Well, Pampers melt in a Maytag dryer
Crayons go up one drawer higher
Rewind Barney for the 16th time
Breakfast at six, naps at nine
There’s bubblegum in the baby’s hair
Sweet potatoes in my lazy char
Been crazy all day long
And it’s only Monday, Mr. Mom

[Pre-Chorus]
Before I fall in bed tonight
If the dog didn’t eat the classified
I’m gonna look just one more time

[Chorus]
‘Cause Pampers melt in a Maytag dryer
Crayons go up one drawer higher
Rewind Barney for the 18th time
Breakfast at six, naps at nine
There’s bubblegum in the baby’s hair
Sweet potatoes in my lazy chair
Been crazy all day long
Oh, been crazy all day long
And it’s only Monday, Mr. Mom

Oh, Mr. Mom
Balancing check books, juggling bills
Thought there was nothing to it
Baby, now I know how you feel
What I don’t know is how you do it
Oh, honey, you’re my hero

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