Hart Brothers
Ma Ma's Magic Kettle
Lyrics
Mamas Magic Kettle
Verse
It was an ole pressure cooker--mama threw the top away
Twelve kids filled to the top--each and every day
Fresh veggies from the garden--taters, pot roast n sliders
Every Sunday came around--we'd find our kinfolk right beside us
Chorus
Kinfolk came from miles around--we'd say come on in, sit right down
They all loved mamas cooking--and daddy's hospitality
Though we all went back for seconds--we could never find the bottom
Only love n tasty Vidal's-came from mamas magic kettle
Verse
Through the years of want n plenty--that kettle feed us all
Mamas kettle full of magic--made us strong an tall
We were never in despair--there was always something special there
That magic kettle filled us--with mamas, tender loving care
Chorus
Kinfolk came from miles around--we'd say come on in , sit right down
They all loved mamas cookin--and daddy's hospitality
Though we all went back for seconds--we could never find the bottom
Only love n tasty Vidal's--came from mamas magic kettle

Lots of love n tasty Vidal's--in mamas magic kettle
Credits
Lyrics Credits: Buddy & Alfred Hart
Music Credits: Buddy & Alfred Hart
Producer Credits: Hart Brothers Music
Publisher Credits: ALBUD
Performance Credits: Hart Brothers
Label Credits: ALBUD Records
Description
Short Song Description:
My mom had a favorite cooking pot that never seemed to have a bottom.
Long Song Description:
This song describes a very close family.
When this family sat down to dinner there was always extra family that would join us. There was always enough to go around. The Kettle didn't have a bottom!
Story Behind the Song:
Growing up in a family with twelve siblings, dinner was where all family
matters where expressed.
Metadata
Song Length: 3:15
Primary Genre: Country-Americana
Secondary Genre: Country-Bluegrass
Tempo: Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal: Male Vocal
Subject Matter 1: Life
Subject Matter 2: Happiness
Mood 1: Joyful
Mood 2: Cheerful
Similar Artist 1: Alan Jackson
Similar Artist 2: Diamond Rio
Language: English
Era: 2000 and later