Mom-themed Songs to Celebrate Her

Updated November 28, 2023 | Written by Matthew Campbell

The last installation of mom songs related to Mothers for the upcoming Mother’s Day Holiday. I created another mom song list of songs that have “Mom” in the title.

My Mom songs list offers many different genres including R&B, Rock, Country, Christian, and Hop Hop. We also included different eras from 1991 through to today.

Best Mom Songs in Title

Moms are celebrated by their apple pie, having their own Mom song, having a waltz song to conduct with their husband, are lucky to meet her (in heaven), are happy to call our mom-mom, are getting familiar with everyone else’s mom, we want to thank our moms, our mom may not really be a mom but our dad acting as our mom – that is why we have to call dad Mr mom, and whoa – have you seen Stacy’s mom? Wow!

Is your Mom an entrepreneur?  Play her Mom songs on Mom & Pop Business Owners Day on March 29.

  1. “Mom” by Meghan Trainor feat. Kelli Trainor (Pop – 2016)
  2. “Mom & Dad” by Darren Kiely (Alternative- 2023)
  3. “All My Exes’ Moms” by Brooke Alexx (Pop – 2022)
  4. “Stacy’s Mom” by Fountains Of Wayne (Pop – 2003)
  5. “Mr. Mom” by Lonestar (Country – 2004)
  6. “Stacy’s Mom” by Bowling For Soup (Pop – 2003)
  7. “Dear Mom” by Kolton Moore & The Clever Few (Country – 2013)
  8. “Mom” by Garth Brooks (Country – 2014)
  9. “Shut up My Moms Calling” by Hotel Ugly (Neo-Soul – 2020)
  10. “YES MOM” by Tessa Violet (Indie Pop – 2022)
  11. “Call Your Mom” by Noah Kahan (Alternative – 2023)
  12. “Like A Soccer Mom” by Ski Mask The Slump Dog (Hip Hop – 2017)
  13. “Mom” by Highly Suspect (Rock – 2015)
  14. “I Love You Mom” by Candice (Children’s Music – 2009)
  15. “The Mom Song” by Insane Clown Posse (Hip Hop – 2001)

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Tell Your Mom – Georgia Webster
Released in 2020 on the album Tell Your Mom

Most Meaningful Lyrics:

Summer nights and the way we kissed ya
Thought I was done didn’t know I missed it
But when I heard her voice I couldn’t breathe
Tell your mom to stop calling me

Dear Mom – Ky Baldwin feat. Mindy Pack
Released in 2019 on the album Dear Mom

Most Meaningful Lyrics:

Dear mom
I miss me
Your happy son
The one that used to laugh

Dead Mom – Sophia Anne Caruso, Beetlejuice Original Broadway Cast Recording Ensemble
Released in 2019 on the album Beetlejuice (Original Broadway Cast Recording)

Most Meaningful Lyrics:

No more playing daddy’s game
I’ll go insane if things don’t change
Whatever it takes to make him say your name
Dead mom

Jeannie Becomes a Mom – Caroline Rose
Released in 2018 on the album Loner

Most Meaningful Lyrics:

No, the world don’t stop
Time is only gonna pass you by
Now you’re in real life, now you’re in real life

Mom – Meghan Trainor feat. Kelli Trainor
Released in 2016 on the album Thank You

Most Meaningful Lyrics:

You might have a mom, she might be the bomb
But ain’t nobody got a mom like mine
Her love’s ’til the end, she’s my best friend


Mom – Donna Taggart
Released in 2015 on the album Mom

Most Meaningful Lyrics:

Is making sure you’re always gonna be alright
A loving angel, tender, tough and strong
It’s almost time to go and meet your Mom

Mom – Highly Suspect
Released in 2015 on the album Mister Asylum

Most Meaningful Lyrics:

Hey momma, it’s me your oldest son
You kissed me on the head and left me out for dead when I was only one
I won’t take up too much time
I just wanted to tell you I’m alive and doing fine

Mom – Garth Brooks
Released in 2014 on the album Man Against Machine

Most Meaningful Lyrics:

Is making sure you’re always gonna be alright
A loving angel tender, tough and strong
It’s almost time to go and meet your mom

Call You Mom – They Might Be Giants
Released in 2013 on the album Nanobots
Genre: Rock

Most Meaningful Lyrics:

She’s on my mind, as I dream of a game
When she’s holding you
Then she turns around to find that I am gone
Which was exactly like my mom

You Can Finally Meet My Mom – Train
Released in 2012 on the album California 37
Genre: Rock

Most Meaningful Lyrics:

You, not Etta James, Bob Marley or the girls who won my heart along the way
You, not Sitting Bull, Ella or Bach and I almost forgot
You can finally meet my Mom


Mike’s Mom – Froggy Fresh
Released in 2012 on the album Money Maker

Most Meaningful Lyrics:

He leaned over with his hands on his head
He screamed real loud til his face turned red
He took a deep breath, he paused and said
‘My mom, she’s dead.’

My Mom – Eminem
Released in 2009 on the album Relapse
Genre: Hip Hop

Most Meaningful Lyrics:

My mom loved Valium and lots of drugs
That’s why I am like I am ’cause I’m like her
Because my mom loved Valium and lots of drugs
That’s why I’m on what I’m on ’cause I’m my mom

Check out songs containing mother in the lyrics.

Mom – Lucero
Released in 2009 on the album 1372 Overton Park
Genre: Rock

Most Meaningful Lyrics:

Mama there’s times where we’ll make some mistakes
We know how you’ve worked and we know how you’ve prayed
So don’t you think twice bout where we are tonight
No matter what becomes of us

The Mom Song – Go Fish
Released in 2007 on the album Snazzy
Genre: Christian

Most Meaningful Lyrics:

Your man thinks you’re a looker
If you work all day
But you never get paid
You’re a mom

Mr. Mom – Lonestar
Released in 2004 on the album Let’s Be Us Again
Genre: Country

Most Meaningful Lyrics:

How much smoke can one stove make?
The kids won’t eat my charcoal cake
It’s more than any man can take
Being Mr. Mom


Stacy’s Mom – Fountains of Wayne
Released in 2003 on the album Welcome Interstate Managers
Genre: Rock

Most Meaningful Lyrics:

Stacy, can’t you see?
You’re just not the girl for me
I know it might be wrong but
I’m in love with Stacy’s mom

For Moms – Jaheim
Released in 2001 on the album Ghetto Love

Most Meaningful Lyrics:

Dear moms finally you made it home, no more sickness, no more struggles of
Pain, it’s all in GOD’S hands now, and I thank you for watching over me, teenie
And taquan, we love you rest in peace

The Mom Song – Insane Clown Posse
Released in 2001 on the album Forgotten Freshness Volume 3

Most Meaningful Lyrics:

Everybody around me, they use me, and go for self
They want cash, equity, bank and wealth
Mom puts that on the shelf
All she cares about is my health

Thank You Mom – Good Charlotte
Released in 2000 on the album Good Charlotte
Genre: Rock

Most Meaningful Lyrics:

You were my mom, you were my dad
The only thing I ever had
Was you, it’s true
Even when the times got hard

My Mom – Tony Bennett
Released in 1998 on the album The Playground

Most Meaningful Lyrics:

My mom, I love her
My mom, you’d love her
Who wouldn’t love her, my mom
That sweet somebody, thinks I’m somebody
My pal, my buddy, my mom


Mom’s Apple Pie – Tyrone Davis
Released in 1991 on the album I’ll Always Love You
Genre: R&B

Most Meaningful Lyrics:

You’re like mom’s apple pie
You’re sweet-sweet-sweet

Mom – Earth Wind & Fire
Released in 1972 on the album Last Days and Time

Most Meaningful Lyrics:

Mom, she gave me pains and joy (pains and joy)
I love her more and more
To her, I’m still her boy

Mom and Dad’s Waltz – Merle Haggard
Released in 1968 on the album Sing Me Back Home
Genre: Country

Most Meaningful Lyrics:

In my heart the joy tears start’cause I’m happy
And I pray every day for mom and pappy and each night
I’d walk for miles cry or smile for my mama and daddy
I want them to know I love them so

Do you have a favorite mom song? Please share your song below in the comments!

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Matthew (Matt) Campbell is the founder/editor of My Wedding Songs from his experience as a wedding DJ. He is the author of two wedding planners: ‘Wedding Songs Planner’ and ‘The Wedding Music Toolkit’. Matt is the host of the ‘Wedding Songs Podcast’. He shares music inspiration in his weekly newsletter the ‘Wedding MusicLetter’. His articles have been published on Rolling Stone, DJ Life Magazine, and DJ Times. Matt resides in the wedding capital of the world – Las Vegas.


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