Winona Oak – Mother and Daughter Lyrics

Sitting in your garden, talking about politics
Kinda grown up but I still feel like a kid
Snow on the ground, but you’re telling me it’s rain
No one loves the sun more than you do on your skin

I used to keep my room the way I left it
Even though it always was a mess
And all the revolutions that I started
You made me think that I could change the world

I don’t have time to put my head under water
Writing the way about as long as I can
You know what they say about a mother and daughter
There’s no way to break us, nobody can take us

But I’m still afraid they can

It’s tougher when I’m in a family of only men
You always have to put your own needs after them
Makes sense your mother was the smartest in the class
But if you don’t have the money, you better start working fast

Thanks to you, I’ve grown into a fighter
You taught me to be proud of every bruise
And if I ever dare to have a daughter
I swear I’ll try my best to be like you

I don’t have time to put my head under water
Writing the way about as long as I can
You know what they say about a mother and daughter
There’s no way to break us, nobody can take us

But I’m still afraid they can

I wanna have time
Give me more time
A little more time
Just give us some times
I wanna have time
Give me more time
I wanna have time

But I’m still afraid they can

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