Brownielocks and The 3 Bears
Present

Paul Peterson
singing

My Dad

He isn't much in the eyes of the world,
He'll never make history.
No...He isn't much in the eyes of the world,
But he is the world to me...

My Dad,
Now here is a man.
To me he is everything strong,
No he can't do wrong,
My Dad.

 

My Dad,
Now he understands
When I bring him troubles to share,
Oh he's always there,
My Dad.

 

When I was small
I felt ten feet tall,
When I walked by his side.
And, everyone
Would say, "That's his son."
And my heart would burst with pride!

 

My Dad,
Oh I love him so.
And, I only hope that someday,
My own son will say,
"My Dad. Now Here is a man."

Paul Peterson first sang this song on The Donna Reed Show in 1962.
The song is written by Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil, one of their many hits.
I think it still remains today the best song ever written as a tribute to fathers.

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