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you are mine dad
Cause I know I'm growing up to be a better man

Father I will always be
That same boy that stood by the sea
And watched you tower
of a stranger
"To a beautiful land by the bright crystal sea"
Some beautiful day I'll meet 'em in heaven
Where no one will be a stranger to me

Everybody I met
of a stranger
"To a beautiful land by the bright crystal sea"
Some beautiful day I'll meet 'em in heaven
Where no one will be a stranger to me

Everybody I met
me
The children's eyes close tight
While I picture dad, momma
Kneeling by candle light.

Yes, I'd give the world just to be home
I miss them most
Where the toys are
That's where dad will be
Without a clue or what to do
He still insists on building stuff for me

Where the toys are
Who knows what
I was the driver for the drive-by of the neighbor's dog
Dad had always hated him so he said "Come on son,
"Get into the Vega now and I'll go get my
by the bright crystal sea"
Some beautiful day I'll meet 'em in heaven
Where no one will be a stranger to me.

Ev'rybody I met seemed to be a rank
"Hello!"?

Guess I'll go back home this summer
Mum will cry when I walk in
She'll brush away a tear
As Dad says, "Look who's here!
We're glad you're
of a stranger
"To a beautiful land by the bright crystal sea"
Some beautiful day I'll meet 'em in heaven
Where no one will be a stranger to me

Everybody I met
To a beautiful home by a bright crystal sea 
And some day I'll meet them all up in Heaven 
Where no one will be a rank stranger to me.
will I knock the crap off?
Hailie, tell 'em baby,
My Dad's Lost It!

There's really nothin' else to say, I, I can't explain it
I think my dad's gone
To a beautiful home by a bright crystal sea 
And some day I'll meet them all up in Heaven 
Where no one will be a rank stranger to me.
Oh, he's always there, my dad.
When I was small I felt ten feet tall. 
When I walked by his side
And ev'ry one would say, "that's his son," 
and my
Oh, he's always there, my dad.
When I was small I felt ten feet tall. 
When I walked by his side
And ev'ry one would say, "that's his son," 
and my
'em
Proceed to play ball, when he cried I can't console him
I truly wasn't ready for kids, that's what he told me

I had a rich dad, poor dad
I had
dying or curling up in pain
Well it's just a loser's game, dad
It's just a loser's game

Oh come try and catch me, oh catch me if you can
I'll be
His dad was a miner and his granddad was too
There was never much question about what he might do
By the age of thirteen he had laid down his pen
Little bits of heaven
Floating gently by the window
Soon this dirty city will be
Covered with a new snow

Let's put on our winter boots
Go
Oh my mother was just a girl, seventeen
Oh my mother was just a girl, seventeen
And my dad was passin' through doing things a man will do
Oh my
I'll still have a laugh anyway

Leave me alone I need no-one
Leave me alone I can get by on my own
I don't need you to tell me what I've gotta do today
of day when work was over
And when the evening meal was done
Dad would read to us from the family Bible
And we'd count our many blessings one by one

I can
Will we get cold and hungry will times be very bad 
When we're needin' bread and meat where we gonna get it dad 
We'll get it from the man in
of day when work was over
And when the evening meal was done
Dad would read to us from the family Bible
And we'd count our many blessings, one by one

I
of day when work was over
And when the evening meal was done
Dad would read to us from the family Bible
And we'd count our many blessings one by one

I can
At the end of day when work was over 
And when the evening meal was done
Dad would read to us from the family Bible
And we'd count our many blessings one by