The other day, as I dropped the last kid off in carpool, I switched the radio from our kid-friendly station to the nostalgic sounds of the 90’s. And as Bush came blaring through my speakers, I couldn’t help but burst into laughter! Lyrics I used to belt out with the angst and anguish only a teen can, have suddenly taken on new meaning as a mom! Y’all, EVERY song is applicable to motherhood! I present to you:
90’s Lyrics That Totally Apply to Motherhood.
I’m never alone, I’m alone all the time.
Save tonight, fight the break of dawn.
She doesn’t own a dress, her hair is always a mess.
Will I choose water over wine?
Holds her hair back as she screams.
I want a perfect body.
Tryin’ to catch me riding dirty.
You can hide beside me for awhile; and I won’t tell ‘em your name.
I don’t even care.
And I don’t think I have ever seen a soul so in despair, so if you want to talk the night through, guess who will be there?
If I were someone else would this all fall apart?
Sorry I’m not home right now, I’m walking into spiderwebs. So leave a message and I’ll call you back.
Break to ya crib change your clothes once more.
If you could only see the way she loves me, you would understand.
Try and play the role and yo the whole crew’ll act up.
You get her name and number and then you feelin’ real mellow.
The way you look across a crowded room and a see the way that light attaches to a girl.
Your brain gets smart but your head gets dumb.
A lonely mother gazing out of her window.
Say my name, say my name.
Little precious has a natural obsession for temptation but he just can’t see.
Seems like I should be getting somewhere, somehow I’m neither here nor there.
Lying on the floor, I’ve come undone.
Bye, bye, bye!