Who Sang Mother Earth? Johnny Winter

Johnny Winter The Winter of ’88 cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1988
Genre: Rock Blues
Style: Blues Rock/Hard Rock/Rock & Roll
length: 5:52
You may high hat me all the time
You may never look my way
Mother Earth is layin' for you
That's the debt you got to pay

Don't care how great you are
I don't care what you're worth
'Cause when it all comes down
You got to go back to Mother Earth

You may have a lot of money
Diamonds and pearls
You may have your own airplane
To fly all over this world

Don't care how great you are
Yeah don't care how much you're worth, don't care what you're worth
When it all winds up
You got to go back to Mother Earth

Mother Earth!

[Instrumental]

Mother Earth...

[Instrumental]

You may play the horses, baby
You may own your own race track
You may have enough money, darlin'
To buy anything you lack

Don't care how great you are
I don't care what you're worth, what you're worth
'Cause when it all comes down
You got to go back to Mother Earth

Yeah!

[Instrumental]

I like it

Tracklist
CD 1
  • 1 Close to Me
  • 2 Rain
  • 3 Stranger Blues
  • 4 Ain’t That Just Like a Woman
  • 5 World of Contradictions
  • 6 Lightning
  • 7 Looking for Trouble
  • 8 Show Me
  • 9 Anything for Your Love
  • 10 Look Away
  • 11 Mother Earth
  • 12 It’ll Be Me