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Happy Father’s Day


Happy Father’s Day

Happy Fathers Day
To all you dads
Who have done so much
Each and every day

Whether you have your kids or not
Whether you tuck them in and say good night
Or call them on the phone each day
To see how their day was and to say I love you

Fathers Day is a day to enjoy
All the memories through the year
And for being there in some way
Whether you are far or near

Fathers Day is a day to enjoy
Your children all day long
Whether you have them or not
They will always be in your heart forever in time

Children give you priceless memories
To cherish all year long
Children give their Fathers lots of love
And lots of heartache too

It is all part of growing up
To make mistakes and learn
A fathers love is unconditional
No matter what they have done

Happy Fathers day
To all you dads
From me to you
And to say thanks for all you have done

By Gina Hood
6-20-2010

Submitted: Sunday, June 20, 2010

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