John Worsham

John Worsham

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Pop - Rock | Omaha, Nebraska, United States
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Member Since: 2011
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Song Description

reflections and memories of a son whose fatehr passed away

Story Behind the Song

true memories of my own father


Growing up on Saturday Evening Post,
And long talks with you are things that I miss the most.
You taught me reason with the rhyme
Strange how those years are swallowed by time.
Oh how I miss you - Father of Mine
Thanksgiving dinner and watching the football game
Playing outside and hearing you call my name
You whistled once, I always ran
I wish you could see me now that I'm a man
Oh how I miss you - Father of Mine

How the years go by, how they all seem to race away.
What I wouldn't give if I could only see your face today.
Now that I'm older, I suddenly realize
The truth in what you said. Dad you were so wise.
I should have listened, but I was young.
I disobeyed, but I was still your son
Oh how I miss you - Father of Mine
If you saw me now would you say that you were proud of your son today?
Oh how I miss you - Father of Mine

Associated Videos

Video - Father of Mine
Father of Mine

A loving retrospective of my father

Song Length
Folk - Contemporary, Pop - Easy Listening
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Serene, Content

Subject Matter
Father, Friend

Similar Artists
James Taylor, Michael W. Smith
2000 and later

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