"A Father's Marathon" as written by and Eric Denault Ted Panagopoulos....
Live alone...die alone.
Keep running. I'm supposed to be the sun in your sky,
Or the one that you would die for cry for give it all and
Lay it on the line for...but I'm not. I don't know you - you
Don't know me. I don't know my own dad and he don't
Know me.You turned your back and walked away. walked away.
I spent 19 years without you, learned to fight without you,
Played catch without you, grew without you, learned to ride
My bike without you. you're not a man, men don't run.

I had to stand strong and tall and brave and barren. you never
Even gave me a chance you just ran. ran.
Took from your son, took your love.
Keep running. you can't bring back the years, reverse my tears
Or fix the hole in my heart right here. you can't fix the hole in my
Heart right here. questions right here... daddy did you care?
Why were you not here? do you know my age?
If so, how old am I now? how can't you remember when
You made me? how can't you remember the seed you left behind?
You're not a man, men don't run.
Took from everyday to come. ruined everyday to come.






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"A Father's Marathon" as written by David Mondragon Anthony Martini

Lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., THE BICYCLE MUSIC COMPANY

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