MY LITTLE MAN by Laura Longon


He just turned nine, but he talks like he’s twenty

Just listen to the stories he tells

He feels the whole weight of the world on his shoulders

Seems like he carries it well

 

And he can stand up to anyone who will challenge him

Or act his own age if he wants

He’ll be an adult in any given situation

He’s a child who cries,

He’s my little man.

 

When there have been hard times and times of sadness

He’s come to my side with a smile

He’d hug me so tightly saying, don’t worry mama

Things will be fine in a while

 

And he can stand up to anyone who will challenge him

Or act his own age if he wants

He’ll be an adult in any given situation

He’s a child who cries

He’s my little man

 

When I look into his eyes

Those sweet, innocent eyes

I see into a paradise

A simple child’s paradise

 

And he will captivate his audience and charm all the ladies

And some will say he’s hard to handle

But I handle it well in any given situation

He’s a child who cries

He’s my little man

 

When I have nothing to live for

I live for my little man.


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