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Dear Daddy

Dear Daddy
By ChestersDaughter on 08/05/2007
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Dear Daddy, seems you're gone so long
And it's time that I admit that everything seems wrong
The sun is shining, the birds are singing, the sky's a brilliant blue
But everything has paled because I don't have you

Dear Daddy, I want you in my dreams at night
We're together for a while and everything seems right
But every time I awake and the dream is done
I realize once again you're gone and away I want to run

Dear Daddy, I need you to watch over me
Help me be the best person I can be
When you were here it was you I wanted to impress
But no one can fill your shoes, and I feel I'm doing less

Dear Daddy, I wish you could be here with me
I miss your tender guidance, sometimes it's hard to see
You always took the time to put me back on track
And I cannot accept the fact you're never coming back

Dear Daddy, I love you and I always will
There's an empty space inside my heart only you can fill
They say time heals all wounds, but it isn't true
Every day I feel the loss, the sadness all anew

Dear Daddy, I hope you will greet me when I die
To put your hand in my hand and lift my spirit high
The thought of seeing you again helps to keep me whole
Until we meet again, I'll keep you in my soul


© By ChestersDaughter On 8/5/2007 8:06:28 PM
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