Don't Tell Mama Lyrics - Gary Allan

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(Kim Williams/Jerry Laseter/Buddy Brock)

I was headed north on Highway Five
On a star-lit Sunday night
When a pick-up truck flew by me out of control
As I watched in my headlights
He swerved left then back right
He never hit the brakes
As he left the road

I found him lying in the grass
Among the steel and glass
With an empty whiskey bottle by his side
And through the blood and tears
He whispered in my ear
A few last words just before he died

Don't tell Mama I was drinkin'
Lord knows her soul would never rest
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I can't leave this world with Mama thinkin'
I met the Lord with whiskey on my breath

I still think about that night
And how that young man died
And how others sometimes pay for our mistakes
The last thing on his mind
As he left this world behind
Was knowing someone else's heart would break

Don't tell Mama I was drinkin'
Lord knows her soul would never rest
I can't leave this world with Mama thinkin'
I met the Lord with whiskey on my breath

Don't tell Mama I was drinkin'






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i know what that feels like | Reviewer: brian | 10/28/2007

when i first heard the song it reminded me of my step dad and the person who watched him lose control of his lil gmc pick up he was drunk and that was the last thing he told my mom thank you





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