My Song for the Girls

By Deane Barker tags: me

Here’s a song I’ve sung to the girls since they were babies. They have it memorized, and were singing it back to me this morning.

It’s sung to the chorus of 'O Solo Mio (audio). The endings of all the lines are greatly exaggerated, which I suspect is the part they like the most.

You are my babies-e-e-e-es,
And I love you so-o-o-o-o,
I love you so mu-u-u-u-uch,
That I stubbed my big toe-e-e-e.
Now my toe is ble-e-e-e-e-ding,
And my hairline is rece-e-e-e-eding,
But you are my babie-e-e-e-es,
And I love to so-o-o-o-o-o.

Pavarotti wishes he could sing like me. The hack.

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