There's Two Hearts

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Wrote to my two Daughters

Submitted: February 18, 2007

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There's Two Hearts

There's two hearts,
So the story"s told,
One beats in you chest,
The other in your soul.

 One's just a muscle,
It's job is to pump blood,
The other's chocolate covered candy,
It's job is to pump love.

The muscle's with you ,
All year long,
So we give the other a day,
In which to sing it's song.

We call this day Valentine's,
And it's sprinkled with these funny little hearts.
That's so them smart folks,
Can tell the two apart.

So we pass out cards,
With candy galore,
By the end of the day,
Our tummies are sore.
I

 wished I had some candy,
For my two girls out there,
But there's nothing to match your sweetness,
On the Good Book I swear.
So there won't be no candy,
It doesn't matter, ever in time.
as long as you girls love me,
And are always my Valentine.

Love ya both, Dad


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