Don’t Look Now – Rodney Carrington

I remember way back, when I was just a boy, going places with my Mom and Dad,
It used to scare me to death, how Mama used to act, after six or seven beers she’s had,
We were sittin’ at a table, when Mama got disabled, all the liquor runnin’ to her head,
And soon I got to choking’, Daddy wadn’t joking’, when he grabbed me by the arm and said;

“Don’t look now, Mama’s got her boobs out, showing everybody in town.”
Face was turning red, we were wishin’ we were dead, there were people standing all around,
When Mama gets to drinkin’, there ain’t much thinkin’, there’s nothing anybody can do,
You just hope and pray, there never comes a day, when Mama’s out drinkin’ with you.

Well we got her in the truck, and we started driving home, when Mama said she had to go,
Daddy pulled it over, we were standin’ on the shoulder, while Mom was puttin’ on a show
Well he started up the truck, and Mama stood up, with her pants still around her knees,
When we heard Mama holler, “If you give me a dollar, well I’ll let you take a peak at these.”

“Don’t look now, Mama’s got her boobs out, showing everybody in town.”
Face was turning red, we were wishin’ we were dead, there were people standing all around,
When Mama gets to drinkin’, there ain’t much thinkin’, there’s nothing anybody can do,
You just hope and pray, there never comes a day, when Mama’s out drinkin’ with you,
You just hope and pray, there never comes a day, when my Mama’s out drinkin’ with you.