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Marilyn Lott

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Happy Birthday, John!


Happy Birthday, John
We wish you all the best
We hope you have many more
All healthy and full of zest

We hope you keep on snapping
That camera forever more
For you know that we anxiously await
Whatever pictures you have in store

We wish we could all be present
To watch you blow out the flame
And help you eat your cake
You’re a guy who’s blessed with fame

We hope you celebrate your day
With lots of gifts and delicious food
We know that you’ll be content
And in an extra joyful mood

We know that all the folks
That you care about the most
Will be there to sing Happy Birthday
And give you a birthday toast

Whatever makes you happy
Whatever brings a grin
This is what we wish for you
Let your birthday party begin!

Submitted: Monday, November 12, 2007
Edited: Sunday, April 24, 2011
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