ADOO TUADUM


Happy Birthday


HAPPY BIRTHDAY
Birthday is a day worthy of celebration
Of another added deliberation
That goes with graces
In the world of greatness.

Let people come and jubilate
For is a time to accumulate
And lost the pass mystery
To build a great ministry
That would never be minted.

I hear voices saying happy birthday
Radio playing happy great day
Full of song that sang
With a raising hand of a holiday
And a worship ground of a holy psalm

Listen! Listen! ! My dear
And celebrate with maturity
For and added year is and added responsibility
Happy Birthday.

Submitted: Saturday, November 24, 2012

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That you should forget about your paint or lose
Is about how a birthday should be celebrated with maturity
and is the grace of God you are celebrating it
I get the inspiration when one of my friend who informing me about his birthday, so i just so let me dropp something special for him.

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