Your eyes shone when I taught you C Major
You tried and tried 'til you got it right
Your first song, how you'd do me proud
You didn't see my nose bleed
It's better than you didn't
A man is judged by his deeds
A whole man is not what you need to see
A heart-shaped rice crispee treat
I hope you're still sweet at fourteen
Don't you ever forget how to sing
Grown-ups don't know anything
HI-FIVE! Patting your little hand
Mine feels strong and capable
I love to make you feel that way
It makes me want to be normal
Someone a woman and child could trust
You didn't see what I did in that bathroom
I'm afraid that's normal too, kiddo
An afternoon glass of milk
I hope you don't sour by fourteen
Don't you ever forget your first song
Grown-ups know it all wrong
You didn't see those parts of me
How can I raise you, my dream seeds
A man is judged by his deeds
A whole man is not what you need to see
A heart-shaped rice crispee treat
I hope you're still sweet at fourteen
Don't you ever forget how to sing
Grown-ups don't know anything
An afternoon glass of milk
I hope you don't sour by fourteen
I can't show you how to grow up
A grown man is a thing corrupt


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