Father You Believed

Album: How I Want to Die: The Catman Chronicles 1 (2005)
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  • Father, you believed
    Never let me bleed
    Helped me in my grief
    Helped me in my need

    Never let me down
    Wish you were around
    Walking through this town
    You're nowhere to be found

    Dad, I love you so
    Dad, I love you so

    Please let him know
    God, give him hope
    When he feels low
    God, keep him warm
    When the winds blow

    All your life
    You gave more than you got
    All your life
    You tried to give me what
    You never had
    When you were growing up
    All your life
    I never showed you enough
    Love, love, love

    God keep him warm
    When the winds blow

    Dad I love you so
    Dad, I love you so

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