Mothers Little Helper - The Rolling Stones

Mothers Little Helper Letra

The Rolling Stones

LETRA

Mothers Little Helper (Letra/Lyrics)

What a drag it is getting old.
"kids are different today,"
i hear ev'ry mother say
mother needs something today to calm her down
and though she's not really ill
there's a little yellow pill
she goes running for the shelter of a mother's little helper
and it helps her on her way, gets her through her busy day.
"things are different today,"
i hear ev'ry mother say
cooking fresh food for a husband's just a drag
so she buys an instant cake and she burns her frozen steak
and goes running for the shelter of a mother's little helper
and two help her on her way, get her through her busy day.
Doctor, please, some more of these
outside the door, she took four more
what a drag it is getting old.
"men just aren't the same today,"
i hear ev'ry mother say
they just don't appreciate that you get tired
they're so hard to satisfy. you can tranquilise your mind
so go running for the shelter of a mother's little helper
and four help you through the night, help to minimise your plight.
Doctor,plese, some more of these
outside the door, she took four more
what a drag it is getting old.
Life's just much too hard today,"
i hear ev'ry mother say
the pursuit of happiness just seems a bore
and if you take more of those, you will get an overdose
no more running to the shelter of a mother's little helper
they just helped you on your way through your busy dying day.

Datos de Mothers Little Helper

MOTHERS LITTLE HELPER es una canción de The Rolling Stones del año 1966, este tema está incluido dentro del disco Aftermath.

Sobre Mothers Little Helper

  • Un éxito de 1966. Es probablemente la primera canción dedicada a una píldora, una oda al Diazepam (conocido como Vallium).

  • El lado B de esta exitosa canción era el también exitoso tema "Lady Jane".

  • Ambos temas se pueden encontrar en el cuarto álbum de Stones, Aftermath (versión británica), el primero de los cuales contiene sólo canciones escritas por Jagger y Richards.