foxy babii

(3 june 1992 / wa)

Childs cry


Daddy I’m an angel
Daddy see me fly
Daddy watch me twirl
An soar through the sky
Daddy am I pretty
Daddy look at me
Daddy do I sparkle
Tell me you what you see
Daddy I’m a princess
Daddy is there a chance
Daddy be my prince
And ask me for a dance
Daddy come an find me
Daddy hug me like a bear
Daddy would you catch me
If I jump off this chair
Daddy i'm getting older
Daddy who am I
Daddy wont you listen
To my teenage cry
Daddy am I beautiful
Daddy am I good as the rest
Daddy wont you tell me
I can do the best
Daddy I need advice
Daddy what do I do
Daddy I need a different
Side of you
Daddy what is this
Daddy what is that
Daddy tell the truth
Do you think I’m fat?
Daddy I need assurance
Daddy that you care
Daddy can you listen
Tell me that your there
Foxy 08

Submitted: Tuesday, June 10, 2008
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