God, Your Mama, and Me

Album: Dig Your Roots (2016)
Charted: 46
  • That Sunday morning choir calling, church doors open wide
    That hallelujah shoot right through ya, make you feel alive
    That key under the mat, you know right where it's at
    It's waiting with the porch light on
    Don't bother calling, no need for knocking, just come on home
    Come on home, my love is

    Never gonna run dry, never gonna come up empty
    Now until the day I die, unconditionally
    You know I'm always gonna be here for ya
    No one's ever gonna love you more than
    God, your mama, and me
    God, your mama, and me
    Unconditionally
    God, your mama, and me

    Loud as shotgun, angels singing with the radio
    Praying with you every mile down any dead end road
    You can tell me every secret that you been keeping
    I'll hold it, lock and key
    Up with you all night, holding you all night, I never leave
    You better believe my love is

    Never gonna run dry, never gonna come up empty
    Now until the day I die, unconditionally
    You know I'm always gonna be here for ya
    No one's ever gonna love you more than
    God, your mama, and me
    God, your mama, and me
    Unconditionally
    God, your mama, and me

    You better believe it, you better believe it
    Every step you take, I'll be as sure as your shadow
    Every move you make, you know I'm part of you wherever you go
    Baby, you know my love is

    Never gonna run dry, never gonna come up empty
    Now until the day I die, unconditionally
    You know I'm always gonna be here for ya
    No one's ever gonna love you more than
    God, your mama, and me
    God, your mama, and me
    Unconditionally
    God, your mama, and me

    God, your mama, and me
    God, your mama, and me
    Unconditionally
    God, your mama, and me Writer/s: Gordon Francis Sampson, Hillary Lee Lindsey, Joshua Peter Kear
    Publisher: Downtown Music Publishing, BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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