Dad

Stephen Wrench


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You taught me to believe in myself
And that dreams can come true
Little boys wanna be like their heroes
I always wanted to be just like you

Whenever I said that I couldn't
You always taught me that I can
You knew everything I needed 
To grow up to be a man

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Great men earn titles and glory and fame
Who was that masked man what was his name
What do you call a man who gave you all he had
I call him my hero I call him my dad

Its hard to love something 
And then watch it fly away
You taught me so much 
You knew id be ok

Little boys grow older
Now I have a family of my own
And ill keep trying 
To be like the greatest man I've ever know

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Written by: STEPHEN WRENCH

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