WHO I AM – Jessica Andrews

If I live to be a hundred and never see the Seven Wonders
That will be alright
If I don’t make it to The Big Leagues
If I never win a Grammy
I know I’ll be just fine
‘Cause I know exactly who I am
I am Rose Mary’s Granddaughter
The spitting image of my father
And when the day is done, my mama’s till my biggest fan
Sometimes, I’m clueless and I’m clumsy
But I got friends, they love me
And they know just where I stand
It’s all a part of me
And that’s who I am
So, when I make a big mistake
When I fall flat on my face
I know I’ll be alright
And should my tender heart be broken
I will cry those teardrops knowing
I will be just fine
‘Cause nothing changes who I am
I am Rose Mary’s Granddaughter
The spitting image of my father
And when the day is done, my mama’s till my biggest fan
Sometimes, I’m clueless and I’m clumsy
But I got friends, they love me
And they know just where I stand
It’s all a part of me
And that’s who I am
I’m a Saint and I’m a sinner
I’m a loser, I’m a winner
I am steady and unstable
I am young, but I am able
I am Rose Mary’s Granddaughter
The spitting image of my father
And when the day is done, my mama’s till my biggest fan
Sometimes, I’m clueless and I’m clumsy
But I got friends, they love me
And they know just where I stand
It’s all a part of me
And that’s who I am
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