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THURSDAY

In their latest Webisode Wednesday, Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood of Lady Antebellum helped deliver a special belated Mother’s Day present in the form of a new song they Lady Hazed.  The guys took the liberty of writing a song called “Mother Mother,” to the tune of Jerrod Niemann’s song “Lover Lover.”  The song asks the question, even though I’m all grown up, why you don’t bring me no treats no more?  Here are the new lyrics:
 
Mother, mother, mother
You don't bring me no treats no more

Well I used to get off the bus
You'd have a pb and j and you'd cut off the crust
Waiting there in the living room
With a glass of chocolate milk and my favorite cartoon

Oh but lately when I get myself to coming home
You say help me do the dishes and can you mow the lawn
To tell the truth, I don't mind it
But every time I get home I'm just reminded

Oh mother mother mother
You don't bring me no treats no more

I remember when I was a kid
You'd always put an extra cherry on my banana split
And you'd bring me some twinkle pies
How I loved that little Debbie surprise

Outo riff:
You'd cut me up some little grill cheese squares
Buy me funnel cakes at the county fair
Tuck me in, kiss me on the cheek
Tell me bedtime stories every night of the week
I know I'm 29, and I'm 25
But the kid still loves moon pies

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