Mother's Day is this Sunday. Don't forget to do something nice for your mom, and celebrate her with these country songs about moms.

Everyone has their own way of celebrating Mother's Day. Some people will take their mom out for breakfast or lunch, others get mom a gift, or maybe you'll just spend the day with your mom creating new memories. If your mom is special to you, don't forget to make it known to her this Sunday by doing any of those things. It means more to them than you might know.

Gearing up for Mother's Day, I began to think about songs that remind me of my mom. The first one that comes to mind is "My Wish" by Rascal Flatts. She has always said that is her song to me. Then it got me thinking about what songs that I might relate to my mom. Even though I am an only child, Blake Shelton's "The Baby" always comes to mind. She, to this day, still calls me her baby and talks everyone's head off about me, much like the mom does in that song.

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So after thinking about these songs, I thought that I would find the best country songs about mom to help you get ready for Mother's Day. Some of these are pretty sad, while others are quite humorous. Either way, I am sure at least one of these songs about mom will remind you of yours, and maybe even put a smile on your face.

Check out the list and see which song reminds you of your mom. There's a song for pretty much everyone!

Garth Brooks- Mom

Blake Shelton- The Baby

Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson- Mamma's Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys

Jamie O'Neil- She's Somebody's Hero

Merle Haggard- Mama Tried

Carrie Underwood- Mama's Song

Lauren Alaina- Like My Mother Does

Reba McEntire- Fancy

The Judds- Mama He's Crazy

Martina McBride- In My Daughter's Eyes

Miranda Lambert- Mama's Broken Heart

Dolly Parton- Coat of Many Colors

Trace Adkins- Hot Mama

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill- Meanwhile Back At Mama's

Patti Loveless- How Can I Help You To Say Goodbye

Johnny Paycheck- I'm The Only Hell My Momma Ever Raised

Taylor Swift- The Best Day

Lonestar- Mr. Mom

Jimmy Dean- IOU

Faith Hill- You Can't Lose Me

Tim McGraw- I Called Mama

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