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WHAT WILL WE DO, YOU AND I?



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WHAT WILL WE DO, YOU AND I?

I tuck the covers tight around your bed And, leaving just the night-light on, At the doorway of you room I pause to look ahead At the day that rises with the dawn. I wonder at a thousand things, as life unfolds And you begin to grow and years go by, That fathers do with sons to build a bond that holds; Oh, what will we do, you and I? Will sports become a passion that we both pursue, With disappointment balancing the thrills? Will a ride across the country keep me close to you As we motor through the valleys and the hills? Will we talk of things eternal and conviction build? May the things we do result in the reply; We drank of life together and were always filled From the things we have done, you and I.
Wes Stephenson

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