|1||Raytown, Oh Raytown! (As sung on Mama's Family)|
|2||Who Do I Call When I Need You|
|4||The Light On the Back Porch Door|
|5||Makin' Love In My Mind|
|7||Take Me To Heaven|
|8||How You Gonna Stand It|
|9||It Could Have Been Me|
|10||(For a While) We Helped Each Other Out|
|11||Mama's Gonna Make It All Better|
|12||Killing Me Softly|
|14||Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia|
|15||The Night the Lights Went Out In Georgia|
|16||Little Green Apples|
Vicki Ann Lawrence (born March 26, 1949, sometimes credited as Vicki Lawrence Schultz) is an American actress, comedienne and singer. She is perhaps best known for the many characters she originated on CBS's The Carol Burnett Show where she appeared from 1967 to 1978, for the entire series run. One such character, The Family matriarch Thelma Harper/Mama, would later be the central character of the television situation comedy series Mama's Family on NBC and, later, in first-run syndication.
In 1973, she became a one-hit wonder on the US chart with "The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia". It reached #1 on both the United States and Canada top charts.