Twenty Years Late

Hey mom I know that it's late, hope I didn't wake you

Yeah, everything is O.K., just needed to talk to you

Today I had one of those days

But I didn't call to complain

Just to say everything that I didn't for all of those years

You were a taxicab driver, a nurse and a maid

A waitress, a cook and a shoulder to lay

My head on to cry on, when nothing was going my way

You knew every answer without cracking a book

And I took for granted that I had it so good

And I'm sorry it's taken me so long to say

Thank you I love you

Twenty years late

It's funny how time passing by can change your perspective

A little while out on your own can sure make you think

I don't know how you did it

No I can't find one spare minute

The days run together but I don't remember you

Ever letting us down

You were the judge and the jury when I did wrong

Been my biggest fan from my very first song

The gas in the engine that always kept me moving on

A seamstress a counselor and the one referee

That could cold stop a fight between my brother and me

And I'm sorry it's taken me so long to say

Thank you I love you

Twenty years late

I'll let you go now

But I hope that you know now how I feel

Thank you for making me the man I've become

I love you and I will always be your son

Mom that's all I called to say

Twenty years late

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