Mississippi Snow lyrics by Caroline Herring - original song full text. Official Mississippi Snow lyrics, 2019 version | LyricsMode.com
Request & respond explanations
  • Don't understand the meaning of the song?
  • Highlight lyrics and request an explanation.
  • Click on highlighted lyrics to explain.
Caroline Herring – Mississippi Snow lyrics
A little girl
A lust, a life
Hoping one day to be some man's wife
Early school mornings
Cold bathroom floor
You brushed my hair
And pushed me out the door

Oh, mama, you know I had to go
Before they up and covered me in that Mississippi snow

I miss the tall trees and sister's pine
Between the playhouse and the clothesline
And I remember driving home after your father passed
Thinking that night ride on 61 would be my last

Oh, mama, you know I had to go
Before they up and covered me in that Mississippi snow

I hear them singing In The Sweet By and By
And I Can Hear A Voice Calling from Heaven on High
Little baby born to take my place
Pastor are new peoples born to replace my race

Oh, mama, you know I had to go
Before they up and covered me in that Mississippi snow
Oh, mama, you know I had to go
Before they up and covered me in that Mississippi snow
×



Lyrics taken from /lyrics/c/caroline_herring/mississippi_snow.html

  • Email
  • Correct

Mississippi Snow meanings

Write about your feelings and thoughts about Mississippi Snow

Know what this song is about? Does it mean anything special hidden between the lines to you? Share your meaning with community, make it interesting and valuable. Make sure you've read our simple tips.
U
Min 50 words
Not bad
Good
Awesome!

Post meanings

U
Min 50 words
Not bad
Good
Awesome!

official video

Featured lyrics

0-9 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z