My smile is nothing next to yours,
You're so kind and adorable,
You don't know what my heart stores,
For you, I'm forever available.
In my sweetest dream,
You were the king,
I was the queen,
Together we used to sing.
Daddy, I can't live without you,
You're my first love,
Which I'll spend my life to,
Make you glad,
And never sad,
Make you proud,
Between the crowd.
You're my sun that shine,
You're my sparkling smile,
Yes daddy, you're only mine,
Even if you're sad for a while.
Dad, I love you,
And I want you to know,
I feel your presence,
Wherever I go.
Everything I learnt,
Everything I do,
Comes from the lessons,
I got from watching you.
I've never told you,
How important you are,
In my dark sky,
You're that shine.
I cannot say,
How much I'm thankful for you,
As I live everyday,
Because of everything you do.
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