Today’s post was written by Paul.
Steve and Pap
Happy Father’s Day! This is a song that I wrote when I was around 17 years old. It’s still a work in progress 🙂 If you’re familiar with the blog or our YouTube channel, it isn’t hard to figure out what inspired the song. I hope you enjoy it. More importantly, I hope that everyone can experience a wonderful father-son relationship like I had along with my brother and a father-daughter relationship like my sister had.
“My Daddy’s Ole Guitar” written by Paul Wilson
Forever in my memory two friends that I remember my dear sweet Daddy and his ole guitar I love to sit and listen as the sunlight softly glisten on the strings that made the sounds that I heard
I love so well the stories he’d tell whether night or day for me he would play I could go anywhere there was no limit to how far When I heard my Daddy’s ole guitar
I vividly remember his voice so high and tender deep tones from that ole Gibson Dove My ears could not believe what they did receive it seemed to be from heaven above.
Oh I love so well all the stories he’d tell whether night or day for me he would play I could go anywhere with no limit to how far When I heard my Daddy’s ole guitar
My heart oft recalls how I loved it most of all to listen to those deep melodies And tenor voice singing and that guitar sweetly ringing could bring such joy and peace to me
Oh I love so well the stories he’d tell whether night or day for me he would play I could go anywhere with no limit to how far When I heard my Daddy’s ole guitar
When I heard Daddy’s ole guitar
I hope you enjoyed Paul’s song. I wish every father who reads the Blind Pig a very Happy Father’s day!!