My Father's Song
Words and music by Ray Boltz
When I was just a little child
We'd climb in this old family car
And daddy would start to sing
Before we rode very far
I really don't remember
If his songs were quite on key
But that didn't matter to me
It was my Father's song
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And he sings a song of love
And a song of caring
You sing it with your heart
You sing it with your life
And it's a song of giving
Much more than you're asked
And knowing that
What you've done for Christ
Is all that's going to last
As I grew up I heard that song
Time and time again
A gentle word or a tender touch
And that song would begin
I can hear it in his laughter
And it moves me more and more
I can see it in his eyes
When he talks about the Lord
It's my Father's song
And if I were the greatest musician
Who ever walked upon a stage
If I could sing any song I liked
Any instrument I could play
I wouldn't need a piano
I wouldn't need a violin
I'd choose a heart filled with his love
And then I'd begin
To sing my Father's song
His song
CHORUS
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