Well I’m an ordinary American female.
I gained and lost some things with age.
They used to turn their heads,
When I was still a size ten.
Why don’t my old Levi’s still fit me like they did then?

Chorus:
Well I’m a Big Mamma; if that scares you let it go.
Well I’m a big mamma but I still do rock & roll.
I got rhythm in my shoes, and a heart full of solid gold.

Days fly by and they turn into years.
Subtle shades of gray appearing in my mirror.
Twenty years ago today, seems like only yesterday.
Why don’t my old Levi’s still fit me the same way?

Chorus:
Well I’m a Big Mamma; if that scares you let it go.
Well I’m a big mamma but I still do rock & roll.
I got rhythm in my shoes, and a heart full of solid gold.

You know comfort food abounds everywhere.
Tequila, beer, wine; you know I get my share.
If you can’t see through my size, when you look into my eyes;
That’s ok, nothing left to say, except best be on your way.

Chorus:
Cause I’m a Big Mamma; if that scares you let it go.
Well I’m a big mamma but I still do rock & roll.
I got rhythm in my shoes, and a heart full of solid gold.
I got rhythm in my shoes, and a heart full of solid gold.

Music & lyrics by Tricia Henning
www.triciahenning.com
602 237 2043

Thano Sahnas lead guitar, Demitri Sahnas Bass, & John Herrera drums