Mystikal (feat. Master P, Silkk the Shocker) "Life Ain't Cool"
[Master P] Woman like my momma Ain't no woman like my momma (11X)
Sharin liquor with the homies, reminiscin bout the old days Cookin dinner in your kitchen listenin to the Bar-Kays When I was sick, you came got me from school When I got suspended momma, you taught me the rules And even though, I never had a daddy Momma took me where I need to go in a old school caddy A single parent on welfare And even though times were hard momma made sure the rent was there And we couldn't fold name brands but momma kept her kids neat, that's why we understand And momma even rode the Greyhound to see her little man, when he was locked down And even though I life the STREET LIFE Momma prayin for her baby, hope he get his mind right It feel good to see momma on top I told you if I make it momma you won't be forgot
Chorus: repeat 2X
[singers] Momma life ain't cool [Master P] Ain't no woman like my momma [singers] Tell me what would I do without you [Master P] Ain't no woman like my momma
[Mystikal] I thank God, for keeping you strong, but you keep me strong Things'd be different if, momma wasn't home Who gon' fix the grits and eggs and smoked sausage Teach me and love me and raise me and watch me Who gon' lift my spirits when I get sad? Discipline me when I need a stain whip on my ass I was seven years old when I lost dad Trying to accept the fact but I was too young to understand Who gon' take the slack and carry the load? Make ends meet while in the grocery stores? Who's the single parent to me and my big sister that had me happy on my birthday and merry at Christmas? Who took care of us, did everything for us? Stood by and didn't leave, just because we was yours, she was ours Who was still sweet when everything went sour? You mom!
[Silkk the Shocker] I couldn't imagine gettin this far, without you Even when the bills was due, you found a way to come through Even though we didn't have money, we seemed rich We had each other me and my sisters and brothers, forget the other shit You was side by side when I was sick Early in the morning, cooking eggs and grits You was the first one up, but you was the last one sleepin Made sure we had somethin to eat, last one to eatin Couldn't live our life for us so, let us know Wanted to tell us, but you had to just, let us grow Gettin older now, soon have to, let us go We was goin through some things momma but you never, let it show And I only get one of you so I, cherish the times Didn't know how to tell you how much you meant to me So I wrote that line So wherever you at, I hope you doin fine You did so much for me then, I'll do the same for you in time