Postcards Project: Sugar Mama Music Video




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Published on Sep 4, 2015

"Sugar Mama" is the second song in the Adams Wilson "postcards" project, where each month we will write, record, and post a new song.

Since we usually write such serious, thoughtful music, we thought it was time we did something a little more tongue-in-cheek. Don't take this one too seriously. :)

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thought i'd seen the end of my shame
but that movie had a few more frames
and a twist right before the surprise ending

thought that i could never be beat
'til I was living just shy of the street
then all of the sudden my will starts bending

when you've crashed on the couch of every friend you know
you find self-respect comes a little more slow

bought and paid for
I can't afford
a single bit of shame
I would even sell my name
My love ain't cheap
But I can earn my keep
If you know what I mean
sugar mama come
and make it all better

swore I'd never live on my knees
always said that I would rather die free
but that was all before I found my golden prison

things that you can never take back
I've built a pretty sizable stack
in the name of trying to earn a single day's livin'

someone said don't ever put a price on shame
but you miss a couple meals you might not feel the same

We'll live out your days
In a far away city
People will say
What a charming and witty
Boy you have
And we'll share a knowing laugh
Would that be so bad
Would that be so bad


Vocals, guitar: Adams Eberwein
Mandolin, backing vocals: Annette Williams
Lead guitar: Matt Riley
Bass: Brian Scorben
Drums: Bob Foulks
Video: Adams Eberwein


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