Pat Flanakin
Momma Dear
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MOMMA DEAR ┬ęPat Flanakin
Words & Music by Pat Flanakin

When I was a little boy
Just my momma's pride and joy
How her golden touch
So easily calmed my fears

From the shadows in the night
To the thunder from the sky
She'd always come
To wash away my tears

CHORUS A Oh but gone now the innocence
I used to feel
And I don't remember
Not the passing years
For they came so suddenly
What's become of me
Momma dear

Now I'm standing on my own
On this sidewalk far from home
Watching all the strangers
Passing by

It's a sea of empty faces
Rushing home to different places
Where their children wait to greet them
With a smile

CHORUS B Oh but gone now the childhood games
I used to play
And I don't remember
Not the children's names
For they fade so easily
What's become of me
Momma dear

BREAK

CHORUS A
Credits
Lyrics Credits: Pat Flanakin
Music Credits: Pat Flanakin
Producer Credits: Pat Flanakin
Publisher Credits: Pat Flanakin/BMI
Performance Credits: Pat Flanakin
Description
Short Song Description:
A man contemplates his life and how fast time has gone by
Metadata
Song Length: 3:31
Primary Genre: Folk-Alternative
Secondary Genre: -
Tempo: Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal: Male Vocal
Subject Matter 1: Life
Subject Matter 2: History, Past
Mood 1: Poignant
Similar Artist 1: James Taylor
Language: English