|I Walked My Daughter Down The Aisle
I walked her down the wedding aisle
The first few steps seemed a mile
My little girl, in white gown and wide smile
As down the wedding aisle we file
The party looked on her beaming face
Then it seemed a faster pace
Through my mind images race
Of a newborn babe in white wedding lace
I saw her wrapped in swaddling clothes
Covering tiny body from head to toes
Why these thoughts heaven knows
Now her face brightly glows
My legs seemed they weighed a ton
So hard that aisle's course to run
But at the end I knew I won
Lost not a daughter but gained a son!
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