Francis Duggan


Valentina's Sixtieth


Valentina's Solodky's sixtieth birthday she surely does not look her age
She is such a wonderful lady the whole World one might say is her stage
She looks more like one in her forties so happy and bright and carefree
She is such a fun loving person and none more engaging than she.

She has a passion for line dancing and she could dance without tiring all night
And so much to like about Valentina at her worst she is cheery and bright
At her best she is blissfully happy the life of every party one might say
Let us drink a toast to Valentina today is her sixtieth birthday.

Today October 29th Valentina is sixty of the occasion she will make the most
And her friends and her relations and her family to her surely will drink a toast
And sing to her a happy birthday she will make the most of her night
The happy go lucky Valentina so cheerful and bubbly and bright.

Today is Valentina's birthday she looks only fifty at most
Her family and her friends and relations to her surely will drink a toast
And she will enjoy her birthday party she surely will line dance and sing
For she is the life of every party since happiness with her she bring

Submitted: Monday, May 05, 2008
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