Alan Jackson - Just Forget It, Son Lyrics

Credits
release date: 1987
genres: Folk, World, & Country
styles: Country
length: 3:54
Lyrics
So now it's over, and you're free
You've left your little boy and me
You say you're tired of staying home
And you can make it on your own

I thought this family was your life
You're a new woman, not a wife
And now you're chasin' a new dream
Found in a Cosmo magazine

That little guy and I will find our way
We never really knew you anyway
And when he wants to know the when the where the why and how
The mama who should be at home is gone
I'll tell him just forget it son

I spent a lifetime lovin' you
Or was it just a year or two
The girl I thought had clipped her wings
Lived only in my boyish dreams

Someday they'll say your son looks just like you
But you'll never know if what they say is true
And when he wants to know the when the where the why and how
The mama who should be at home is gone
I'll tell him just forget it son

And when he wants to know the when the where the why and how
The mama who should be at home is gone
I'll tell him just forget it son

It's just the times, not what we've done

Track Listing
  • 1 Ain't Your Memory Got No Pride At All
  • 2 Just Forget It, Son
  • 3 Merle And George
  • 4 Don't Touch Me
  • 5 Break Out The Good Stuff
  • 6 The Steal Of The Night
  • 7 When The Cat Goes Out
  • 8 I Couldn't Care More
  • 9 They Call Me A Playboy
  • 10 W. Lee O'Daniel And The Light Crust Dough Boys
  • 11 You're Not Drinkin' Enough