Hey, little bear where'd, you learn that song you daddy, oh, you ready to go driving through town, just my boy and me with a happy meal in his booster seat, knowing that he couldn't have the toy till his nuggets were gone. A green traffic light turned straight to red. I have hidden my brakes and mumbled under my breath. His fries went a flying and his orange drink covered his lap.
Well, in my four-year-old said, a four-letter word it started with this, and I was concerned. So I said, son now, where'd, you learn to. Talk like that he said, I've been watching you that ain't and eat all my food and grow as tall as you are.
We got cowboy boots and camel pants. Yeah, we're, just like, hey, hank with that. I want to do everything you do. So I've been watching we got back home. And I went to the barn.
I bowed my head. And I prayed real hard said, lord, please help me help my stupid self. The nest out of bedtime later that night turning on my son, Scooby, dew, nightlight. He crawled out of bed, and he got down on his knees.
He closed. His little eyes folded his little hands spoke to god like he was talking to a friend. And I said, son now, where'd you and eat all my food and grow as tall as you are, we like fixing bangs and holding mama's hands. Yeah, we're just a liar. Ain't. We bad.
I want to do everything you do. So I've been watching you with tears in my eyes. I wrapped him in a hook said, my little bear is growing up. And he said, but when I'm big I'll, still know what to do because I've been watching you that ain't that cool I'm your. Buckaroo, I want to be like you and eat all my food and grow as tall as you are by then I'll be strong and superman when I can do everything you do cause. I've been watching you, hey, you.