I admit running a family with single income is tough
but, my dear walls, I am not going to let you win,
Get that straight and stop laughing at me!
Before the sunrise until sunset, I am at work, exhausted I feel
And await the sight of the little one,
As soon as I ring the doorbell and enter in,
I descry her, scoop her up, twirl her, wrapping around my arms
And experience the joy of being a father,
Whispering to her that I’ll always be there for her,
Marveling at the feelings stirred inside me.
But my dear little one, as much as I hate to stay away
From you, I have to
As I have no choice, you’d understand that later
For in this hectic rush of life, I may not be a wise man,
But an intelligent one to understand that
Enough money equals to happiness in life
She had said to me when we were dating, I clearly remember
And working overtime, putting extra efforts,
Allows me to pay the hefty credit card bills
But having said that, I still long to descry your sight,
Play and spend time with you, as those golden days are not going to come back.