Wednesday, May 5, 2010

My Mother's Day gift to you




In honor of the upcoming holiday and to fulfill my Spin Cycle assignment, I am reposting this video as my gift to each of you mothers out there. I know, I know, I shouldn't have, but you are worth it, my friends.

And when this song is cycling through your head for the weeks to come, just think of me and Mr. T and how much we value the role of mothers. Because really, nothing says "respect your momma" like Mr. T in tight short shorts and covered in gold chains, right?

Here are the lyrics in case you can't make them out. They are totally classic and I promise that the chorus will be ringing through your head for days.

Treat her right  
Treat your mother right  
Treat her right  
Treat her right 
 
Mr. T’s chorus:
Mother  
There is no other  like Mother  
So treat Her right  
Mother  I always Love Her,  my Mother  
So treat Her right, treat Her right   
M  is for the moan, and the miserable groan  from the pain that she felt when I was born  O is for the oven with it's burnin' heat  where she stood makin' sure I had something to eat  
T is for the time that she stayed up at night  and took my temperature when I wasn't feelin' right  
H is for the hard earned money she spent  to keep clothes on my back and try to pay da' rent  
E is every wrinkle I put on Her face  and every worry that I caused when I stayed out late  
The last letter R is that She taught me Respect and for the room up in Heaven that I know She'll get 
 
She's a Queen  
Second to none  
Take care of Mother  
You only get one

4 comments:

Sprite's Keeper said...

I couldn't see the video but the lyrics are great! If I had to repay my mom for every wrinkle on her face, I would pro-rate every one of them with my sister, because this was no 50/50, she was clearly the proximate cause! You're linked!

gretchen said...

Wow. This is so touching. Thank you for sharing.

Mrsbear said...

Can't argue with Mr. T.

Happy Day After Mother's Day. :)

Elizabeth Channel said...

I've always liked that T, man.