Father's Love

Album: Father's Love (1998)
  • Bob Carlisle and Randy Thomas wrote this for their sons, Evan and Randall. Carlisle and Thomas also wrote "Butterfly Kisses" for their daughters, Brooke and Crystal. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Lori - Franklin, TN
  • This song was featured in the 1998 Michael Keaton movie Jack Frost, about a father who is a traveling musician and not able to spend a lot of time with his son. Trying to get back to his family for Christmas, he dies when on the road and is transformed into his son's snowman to get back the time he had lost with his son. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Lee - Mayodan, NC
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