"Welcome to Earth (Pollywog)" as written by and John Sturgill Simpson....
Hello, my son
Welcome to earth
May not be my last
But you'll always be my first

Wish I'd done this ten years ago
But how could I know
How could I know
That the answer was so easy

I've been told you measure a man
By how much he loves
When I hold you
I treasure each moment I spend
On this earth, under heaven above

Grandfather always said God's a fisherman
And now I know the reason why

And if some times daddy has to go away
But please don't think that it means I don't love you
Oh, how I wish I could be there everyday
'Cause when I'm gone it makes me so sad and blue
And holding you is the greatest love I've ever known
Oh, when I get home it breaks my heart
Seeing how much you've grown, all on your own, oh

Oh, hearing that
Made me cry
It made me cry
Hearing me cry
A thousand miles away
Every cry
(Greatest love I've ever known)
(Oh, ever known)


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"Welcome to Earth (Pollywog)" as written by John Sturgill Simpson

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