Who Sang Mother, Daughter, Sister, Lover? Billie Myers

Billie Myers Growing, Pains cover art
Credits
publisher: ©Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
writers: Beverley Myers, Peter Vale
release date: 1997-11-18
length: 3:39
producer: Desmond Child
Mother, daughter, sister, lover
Her needles and pins hold the pieces together
She'll thread your pearls with her words of wisdom
In the palm of her hand, your future is there, running
Through

Mother, daughter, sister, lover
There's no perfect choice, as you walk in your future
Be still, a child on your bed of eggshell
Behind your first steps, it's her shadows that cushion
Your fall

All questions will simply beg
The most innocent replies
She'll make you a daisy chain
And cry as you walk away

Mother, daughter, sister, lover
Her needles and pins hold the pieces together
She'll thread your pearls with her words of wisdom
A shoulder to cry on
She'll leave all the lights on for you
Yeah, she will leave them on for you

All questions will simply beg
The most innocent replies
She'll make you a daisy chain
And cry as you break away

Mother, daughter, sister, lover
One day soon you'll be one or the other
You'll offer forgiveness, my savior, my sinner
And then you will see that the circle begins here with
Mother, daughter, sister, lover
Father, and son, brother, lover

One day soon you'll be one or the other
And you'll see that the circle begins here with... me

We can grow together
We can walk together
We can laugh
We can cry together
Mother, daughter
Sister, lover
Father, and son
Brother, lover
One day soon
I'll discover
What will be
One or the other



Tracklist
CD 1
  • 1 Kiss the Rain
  • 2 A Few Words Too Many
  • 3 Tell Me
  • 4 You Send Me Flying
  • 5 Please Don't Shout
  • 6 First Time
  • 7 Mother, Daughter, Sister, Lover
  • 8 The Shark and the Mermaid
  • 9 Having Trouble With the Language
  • 10 Opposites Attract
  • 11 Much Change Too Soon

  • Album Information
    label: Universal Records
    country(area): United States
    format: CD
    barcode: 601215310023
    script: Latin