Father walks out the door, to work he goes,
Son gets started building and running small backhoes.
Father comes home and kisses mom at the door,
Son smiles and asks his dad to wrestle on the floor.
Father and son wrestle and play,
At the dinner table, they sit and pray.
Father asks son what he did and who he’ll be.
“I want to be a good dad,” he says. “Like the one I see.”
Years later when the son becomes the father,
He knows what it takes to keep his family together.
He knows he needs to honor, protect and provide,
He rejects the influence from people outside.
His education has been ample,
Because his father was a good example.