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Always Together

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Published: February 2006


A long time ago I met this gal
I had to be with some way, some how.
Falling in love so intensively,
For a tough guy, that would never be me.
Letting my feelings reach deep from within,
Hoping our love would never end.
Then not too long we had a daughter,
The greatest joy I am a father.
Loving her with all my might,
I pick her up and held her tight.
I made a promise they will always be with me,
No matter what a family.
As time passed, or should I say flew,
We had another daughter with eyes that are blue.
A father of two before I get out of school,
They will always be with me that lesson I knew.
The road was rough and I ruin many shoes,
But right there right then my love had grown.
Then I had a vision of a desert flower,
That was the creation of my youngest daughter.
Sierra Rose the little one,
Looking at her I don't need a son.
A son to a man is an image of him,
My three girls are one hundred of them.
But now that we live apart,
Together will always be in my mind and heart.

To: Kayla Sher'e, Aubray Nicloe, Sierra Rose

Love Daddy, Forever Love, Always Together

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