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I Want a Mom That Will Last Forever
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Chuckie sad on the plane
Episode Rugrats in Paris: The Movie
Sung by Cyndi Lauper
Released November 7, 2000
Album Rugrats in Paris: The Movie Soundtrack
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I Want A Mom That Will Last Forever

Movie Version


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I Want a Mom That Will Last Forever

Soundtrack Version

"I Want a Mom That Will Last Forever" is a song from Rugrats in Paris: The Movie that is sung by Cyndi Lauper and plays in the background when Chuckie is on the plane and is sad, wishing he had a mom like his friends do.

Lyrics

I want a mom that will last forever

I want a mom to make it all better

I want a mom that will last forever

I want a mom who will love me whatever

I want a mom to take my hand, and make me feel like a holiday

A mom to tuck me in at night, and chase the monsters away

I want a mom to read me stories, and sing a lullaby

And if I have a bad dream, to hold me when I cry

Oh, I want a mom that will last forever

I want a mom to make it all better

I want a mom that will last forever

I want a mom that will love me whatever,forever

And when she says to me that she'll always be there

To watch and protect me, I don't have to be scared

Oh, and when she says I will always love you, I won't need to worry cause I'll know that it's true

I want a mom when I get lonely, to take the time to play

A mom who can be a friend and find a rainbow when it gray

I want a mom to read me stories and sing a lullaby

And if I find a bad dream, to hold me when I cry

I want a mom that will last forever I want a mom to make it all better

I want a mom that will last forever

I want a mom who love me whatever,forever

(2X)

I want a mom

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I want a mom that lasts forever I want a mom that lasts forever

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Trivia

  • This song acts the same ways as the hit '90s song "I Want It That Way" by Backstreet Boys.
  • The song was originally going to be sung by Chuckie voice actress Christine Cavanaugh, However, Arlene Klasky decided that she wanted Cyndi Lauper to sing it instead, since Cyndi loved the show and wanted to boost the popularity of her singles.