Michael Fuller

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Country - General | Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Total Song Plays: 15   
Member Since: 2005
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Song Description

A father's realization that while his son is outwardly his polar opposite, deep down inside he has faith that he has still managed to instill some of his values in his son. Just bite your lip & be there for him.

Story Behind the Song

This is the all-too-true story of my relationships with my son and daughter. (daddy's girl - anarchist's son).

Lyrics

LET HIM PLAY
(Written by: Michael H. Fuller ? November 2, 2004)
(Full distortion lead guitar intro)

Now that is what I?ve listened to
For the last five years
And believe it or not that noise
Is music to my ears

That?s my boy and his buddies
in his room on Sunday evenin?s
and that noise that they?re makin?s
much more than what I?m hearin?

Now when he was a little boy
He liked doin? things my way
But every now and then
I?d hear his Momma say
Stay outta his way
And let him play

Daddy?s girls are easier
They?ll do just what you tell ?em
They always want to please
So they know their daddy loves ?em

But that boy he?s so much different
If I like it? he don?t
If I do it? he won?t
If I forbid it? it?s on!
Stay outta his way
And let him play

(Instrumental)

When I saw I couldn?t teach him
I decided to let him learn
Cause respect is never given
We all know it must be earned

And my love for him could hold him up
But I?m his daddy, not his wall
How can he learn to stand and be a man
If he never falls
Stay outta his way
And let him play

He?ll make mistakes along the way
Lord knows I make ?em every day
But when I think he hasn?t heard a thing
That boy does somethin? just like me
And I say

I cover my ears and say
Let him play

Song Length
3:04
Genre
Classical - Contemporary
Tempo / Feel
Multiple Tempos
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Mood
Endearing

Subject Matter
Son
Similar Artists
Alabama, Clint Black
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Michael H. Fuller
Music Credits Tommy Cameron
Producer Credits Tommy Cameron
Publisher Credits None
Performance Credits Michael H. Fuller
Label Credits None