Top 5 Country Songs About “Mama”

Miranda Lambert

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Country Fancast has your Mother's Day playlist right here!

Country music loves their mamas! There are so many great country music songs, both modern and classic, that celebrate (and criticize…just a little) the most special lady in our lives.   Below we have picked out the 5 best country songs about “Mama”!

1. “Mamas Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up to be Cowboys” by Waylon Jennings

2. “Mama’s Broken Heart” by Miranda Lambert

3. “Up Against the Wall Redneck Mother” by Jerry Jeff Walker

4. “Mama Tried” by Merle Haggard

5. “Mama’s Song” by Carrie Underwood

Check out the lyrics to Carrie Underwood’s “Mama’s Song”:

Mama, you taught me to do the right things.
So, now you have to let your baby fly.
You’ve given me everything that I will need.
To make it through this crazy thing called life.
And I know you watched me grow up,
and only want what’s best for me.
And I think I found the answer to your prayers.

And he Is good, so good.
He treats your little girl,
like a real man should.
He is good, SO good.
He makes promises he keeps.
No, he’s never gonna leave.
So, don’t you worry about me.
Don’t you worry about me.

Mama, there’s no way you’ll ever lose me.
Giving me away is not goodbye.
As you watch me walk down to my future,
I hope tears of joy are in your eyes.

Cause, he is good, so good.
And, he treats your little girl,
like a real man should.
He is good, SO good.
He makes promises he keeps.
No, he’s never gonna leave.
So, don’t you worry about me.
Don’t you worry about me.

And when I watch my baby grow up,
I’ll only want what’s best for her.
And I hope she’ll find,
the answer to my prayers.
And that she’ll say…

He is good, so good.
And he treats your little girl,
like a real man should.
He is good, SO good.
He makes promises he keeps.
No, he’s never gonna leave.
So, don’t you worry about me.
Don’t you worry about me.

Mama, don’t you worry about me.
Don’t you worry about me.

Hope you enjoyed these five Country Music songs that are all about Mama.

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