Treasure Island

Lizzy Tomlinson

(Dundee, Scotland.)

Father's Day.


These are three little rhymes made up in 1998 fror home made 'Father's Day' cards that the kids and I made for their dad.

I'm wishing for my father,
(Who ain't really that bad) ,
All he could ever want today,
So Happy Dad's day Dad.


Today I want to party,
Today I want to play,
But today I'm gonna be good,
Because it's Father's Day.


Dearest darling hubby,
I wish you all the best,
And when you come to bed tonight,
I'll rid you of your vest.

Dearest darling hubby,
That's all I've got to say,
So I'll go and wish to you,
A Happy Father's Day.

Father's Day 1998.

Submitted: Thursday, April 13, 2006
Edited: Monday, April 17, 2006

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