happy father day to who is a father poem

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    Hero Dad

    You are my hero, Dad
    You're my secure foundation.
    When I think of you, I'm filled with love
    And fond appreciation.

    You make me feel protected;
    I'm sheltered by your care.
    You're always my true friend; and Dad,
    When I need you, you're always there.

    You have a place of honor
    Deep within my heart.
    You've been my superhero, Dad,
    Right from the very start.

    Star Dad

    I love you, Dad, and want you to know,
    I feel your love wherever I go.
    Whenever I've problems, you're there to assist,
    The ways you have helped me would make quite a list.

    Your wisdom and knowledge have shown me the way,
    And I'm thankful for you as I live day by day.
    I don't tell you enough how important you are,
    In my universe you're a bright shining star

    Terrific Father

    You're a dad, and you're doing great;
    At fatherly duties you star;
    You deserve to celebrate
    The terrific father you are.

    You're doing a wonderful job,
    And so we'd like to convey
    Our respect and admiration;
    Happy Father's Day!

    The Perfect Father

    I love you because you're my father,
    But you're really so much more;
    You're a guide and a companion;
    You and I have great rapport.

    You pay attention to me;
    You listen to what I say.
    You pass on words of wisdom,
    Helping me along the way.

    Whenever I'm in trouble,
    You always have a plan.
    You are the perfect father,
    And I'm your biggest fan!

    Glad You’re My Dad

    I’m so glad that you’re my dad;
    You’re one in a million, Pop!
    When it comes to first-class fathers,
    You’re the absolute cream of the crop.

    You love me no matter what,
    Whether I’m a goodie or baddie;
    I really love you, Pa;
    You’re a fine and fantabulous daddy!

    My Daddy Is The Greatest

    My daddy is the greatest;
    The best dad there ever was.
    He always brings me lots of joy;
    He’s my very own Santa Claus.

    My daddy can do anything;
    He’s smart as smart can be.
    I love to walk and hold his hand
    To show he belongs to me.

    I love my daddy!

    The Best Man I Ever Knew

    When we married, I saw you as perfect,
    The ideal husband and more;
    I thought I knew all about you,
    All the things to love and adore.

    But when you became a father,
    I saw new qualities to treasure.
    You enrich all our lives in fresh ways;
    As a dad, you bring so much pleasure.

    Our child/children is/are forever blessed
    To have a father like you,
    And I love you more than ever,
    You’re the best man I ever knew.

    Father's Day Song

    As I've said elsewhere, the melodies for most familiar Protestant hymns are in the public domain, so I looked again to a Protestant hymnal for the melody for a song about father. This Father's Day song has the essential ingredients—love, respect, admiration—that should be included in a song for dad. You can use it for a card, too, since it's a Father's Day poem and song. The melody, written in 1792 by Oliver Holden, is from the familiar hymn, “All Hail the Power of Jesus Name.” Note that there are two melodies with the same lyric, so be sure to look for the one written by Oliver Holden. As always, check for copyrights on recent additions to the original music, and if they exist, just don't use the additions; use the original melody. As is, this melody is not easy enough for little kids, so feel free to change a few notes to make it easier.

    Essential Father

    My dad is my role model for
    Most everything I do.
    I look to him to see what's right
    He always gets me through.
    (Repeat last two lines)

    I hope my father knows how much
    I love him and I care.
    He is my hero and my rock,
    My dad is always there.
    (Repeat last two lines)

    My father is essential to
    My life and happiness.
    My feelings are so strong for him,
    My heart cannot express.
    (Repeat last two lines)

    There's so much more about my dad
    That I would like to say,
    But now I'll end by saying to you Dad,
    Happy Father's Day.
    (Repeat last two lines)
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