Dad Loves Me


Dad loves me
Because He made me
Dad makes me trust him
Because he made my team
Dad makes me strong
Because he made me not want
Dad makes me smile
Because he took care of my file
Dad makes me sleep well
Because he made me well
Dad makes me work
Because he made me walk
Dad makes me obey
Because he kept ‘bad’ at bay
Dad makes me pass life’s test
Because he made me life’s best
Dad makes me read my books
Because he made me the nook
Dad makes me a way
Because he made me pray
Dad makes me alive
Because he gave me a life
Dad makes me like everyone
Because he made love anyone
Dad makes me preach
Because he made me teach
Dad makes me modest
Because he made me honest
Dad makes me eat
Because he made me fit

Daddy loves me always! That’s why I love him too!

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