My Mother Had a Brother

George Michael

credits


publisher: ©Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.
writers: George Michael
album: Track 7 in album Patience
release date: 2004-3-15
popularity : 22 users have visited this page.
genres: Electronic Jazz Pop
styles: House/Downtempo/Synth-pop
length: 6:20
producer: George Michael

Album Information

label: Sony Music
country(area): United Kingdom
format: CD
barcode: 5099751540229
script: Latin

Cover Art

George Michael Patience cover art

Lyrics

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My mother had a brother
Someone to cling to, she said

I thought I knew them all, I thought I knew
I said, "Show me his face again, tell me again why he died"
She said he couldn't wait for the things that I've seen

Over-sensitive and kind
It seems he took his own life
Tears in the dirt, and all over your newborn treasure
I guess he had to wait until my momma had me
In endless sky
But mama will you tell him from your boy
I guess the world was getting warmer
Mother will you tell him about my joy
The sun came out, yeah, and I'm just breathing it in
My mother had a brother
Seems the empty spaces tortured him

I just don't know what I was thinking of

The times they changed
While we got stronger
I live each day with him
And I'm still breathing it in
And I swear now that freedom is here
I'm bad to the bone, I'm just a little torn

We've got to make damn sure that it was worth it
I'm making so much love
I was a prisoner, but he saved me
I was a prisoner, so disgrace me
And I don't believe they care.

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Track Listing


CD 1
  • 1 Patience
  • 2 Amazing
  • 3 John and Elvis Are Dead
  • 4 Cars and Trains
  • 5 Round Here
  • 6 Shoot the Dog
  • 7 My Mother Had a Brother
  • 8 Flawless (Go to the City)
  • 9 American Angel
  • 10 Precious Box
  • 11 Please Send Me Someone (Anselmo's Song)
  • 12 Freeek! '04
  • 13 Through
  • 14 Patience, Part II