Promise to my momma I'ma make it to the Top.. So I'ma keep climbing til my heartbeat drop— J. Cole
Proven My Momma quotations
I hope they're still making women like my momma.
She always told me to do the right thing. She always told me to have pride in myself; she said a good name is better than money.
Even my momma asked what I'mma do. Decisions, decisions/ In case this is war, then I load up on all ammunition/ If a n----a want problems, my trigger's on auto.
All I knew growing up was that my father was married to and loved my momma, period. He worked hard, made some money, and put it on the dresser. She spent it on the family, and he went out and earned some more. He taught me the most about love.
My father's rich, my momma's good looking.
Right? And I can play the Blues. I've never suffered and don't intend to suffer.
My own momma turned her back on me, and that's my momma.
My momma always said, "Life was like a box of chocolates. You never know what you're gonna get."
My mother is home. Your mother is your home. Everybody is a momma's boy or a momma's girl. That's where we came from, from a woman's womb.
If you talk bad about country music, it's like saying bad things about my momma.
Them's fightin' words.
My momma always said, 'You and Elvis are pretty good, but y'all ain't no Chuck Berry.
Being obscure in acronyms is great. I think I'll start making up my own... INYM - I'm Not Your Momma.
How many ya'll parents smoke weed? My momma still grows illegal weed in Alabama.
I'm so not scary. I'm a pussycat. But what are you going to do, right? I mean, these cheekbones, and I guess these eyes, and the big nose... this is what my momma and my poppa gave to me, and that's the deal.
I got my first guitar at age of 7 and never laid it down.
Momma taught me G, C, and D. I was off to the races son!
I love my mother Ali so much. I'm a momma's boy. I just have a very cool mom. It's not as though I had any say in the matter. I'm just really fortunate. She's the most kind, loving, giving woman.
Hooka Tooka, my soda cracker, does your momma chaw tobacca?
Kodachrome, it gives us those nice bright colors Gives us the greens of summers Makes you think all the world's a sunny day, oh yeah! I got a Nikon camera, I love to take a photograph So momma, don't take my Kodachrome away.
My momma used to kick in the door like SWAT!
You have to understand, now, I'm a momma's boy.
I'm from the south. My way of being raised is totally different than the big city life. I truly was a country boy.
My granddaddy on my momma's side, he was a romantic.
He loved love songs. Every Valentine's Day, I remember him buying a red carnation for my grandmomma, my momma and my sister. That was something you could count on every year.
All my momma's people were very musical.
My grandpa, who was the Pentecostal minister, he was a great musician. He played the fiddle, he played the piano.
In the South, our lives kind of revolve around food and taking care of people with food. If someone was sick, or if they had had a baby, or if they had lost a loved one, or even if they lost a job, my momma was at their door with pie or a cake or something to help them feel better.
You know, we're a tight family. I live right down the street from my folks. I talk to my mother every day. I'm a momma's boy. We all are. So there's no exclusion in this family. You're part of it. We embrace you and lift you up.
I am proud of my kids, but I also want to make my mom proud of me.
I'm still a momma's girl at the heart of the situation.
For example, when my mother died, the people who showed up just to put an apron on to cook, people who really do the right thing, so to speak, as my momma would always say to show that they care, a sense of community that we've lost so much in our country.
My father was married to mother 'til the day he died, for over 64 years.
He's why I kept trying to get the marriage thing right. All I knew growing up was that my father was married to and loved my momma, period. He worked hard, made some money, and put it on the dresser. She spent it on the family, and he went out and earned some more. He taught me the most about love.
Theres nothing more fierce than the female, like the momma lion.
Believe me, my wife is a good example.
I was an only child growing up, and my father passed away when I was twelve, so for most of my life, it was just me and my momma. We were really, really close. Learning to live in the world without her has been incredibly hard. At first, it didn't make any sense - how to do it, to live without her - but you slowly get somewhat used to it.
I always asked my mother, I said, 'Momma, how come is everything white?' I said, 'Why is Jesus white with blond hair and blue eyes? Why is the Lord's supper all white men? Angels are white, the Pope, Mary, and even the angels.' I said, 'Mother, when we die, do we go to Heaven?' She said, 'Naturally we go to Heaven.' I said, 'Well, what happened to all the black angels?'
I love her (Lucifer), with all my heart.
She said that she would give me greatness, status, placement above the others. A match made in heaven, set the fires in hell. The devil on me. Game got my soul. Momma said beware of what the devil do. Tell'em that your soul's not for sale. Every dream is designed and broadcasted from the masters to the masses.
My mom missed meals on several occasions because there was only enough food to feed all of us. My mom didn't have a bed until I was 15 years old. She slept on a couch... I remember laying with her, like I used to sleep with my mom until I was like 12. I was a big baby; I'm a momma's boy. But my mom is my best friend, and never let me down, ever.
It's been kind of hard, I'm labeled as a jerk right now, you know what I mean? But I love it. I've been a jerk all my life. My momma loves this jerk. My kids love this jerk. I'm going to be a jerk in a good way, though. I'm going to be a jerk to the other teams and just go out there and play basketball. I can do that.
When I'm playing Big Momma, it's so much work that all I want to do, when I'm finished, is go back home and just relax and study my lines and get ready for the next day.
My music teacher was like, "Ester, you need to pay attention in class.
" I'm like, "No miss lady, 'cause I can sing." I didn't want anybody to change the way I sung. I learned by gospel CDs and by watching my momma sing; I didn't need this teacher to tell me. I wish I had, because then I would have learned how to play the damn piano or something. I would have a couple of more things under my belt if I wasn't so hard-headed.
Everyone in my family can sing - my momma can sing, my cousins.
I was in the third grade and I was that kid who was so bad in school because I could sing.