A report on Mama He's Crazy

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Song written by Kenny O'Dell, and originally recorded by American country music duo The Judds.

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Naomi (left) and Wynonna (right) performing in 2008

The Judds

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American country music duo composed of lead vocalist Wynonna Judd and her mother, Naomi Judd.

American country music duo composed of lead vocalist Wynonna Judd and her mother, Naomi Judd.

Naomi (left) and Wynonna (right) performing in 2008

Next was "Mama He's Crazy", written by Kenny O'Dell.

Why Not Me (album)

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Debut studio album by American country music duo The Judds.

Debut studio album by American country music duo The Judds.

It contained a collection of ten tracks, including their previously released single, "Mama He's Crazy."

Wynonna & Naomi

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First extended play by American country duo The Judds.

First extended play by American country duo The Judds.

The album included the duo's first two hits: "Had a Dream (For the Heart)" and "Mama He's Crazy."

Kenny O'Dell

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Kenneth Guy Gist Jr. (June 21, 1944 – March 27, 2018), known as Kenny O'Dell, was an American country music singer and songwriter, best known for writing the number-one country hits "Behind Closed Doors" (recorded by Charlie Rich, 1973) and "Mama He's Crazy" (The Judds, 1984).

Music Row (album)

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Cover album by Jill Johnson, recorded in Nashville and released on 28 November 2007.

Cover album by Jill Johnson, recorded in Nashville and released on 28 November 2007.

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Pinkard & Bowden in 1985

Pinkard & Bowden

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American country music duo composed of singer-songwriters James "Sandy" Pinkard and Richard Bowden, who also play guitar and bass guitar.

American country music duo composed of singer-songwriters James "Sandy" Pinkard and Richard Bowden, who also play guitar and bass guitar.

Pinkard & Bowden in 1985

This album also included their only Top 40 hit on the country charts, "Mama She's Lazy" (a parody of The Judds' "Mama He's Crazy" ), as well as the parodies "Libyan on a Jet Plane" (Peter, Paul and Mary's "Leaving on a Jet Plane" ), "She Thinks I Steal Cars" (George Jones' "She Thinks I Still Care" ) and "Arab, Alabama," a partial parody of Waylon Jennings' "Good Hearted Woman."