Papa's Children - If Papa Is A Pute Butt I'll Tell You Why mp3 album
- Performer: Papa's Children
- Title: If Papa Is A Pute Butt I'll Tell You Why
- Genre: Other
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- MP3 album: 1846 mb
- FLAC album: 1400 mb
- Rating: 4.1/5
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Children, children - yes papa Always remember - yes papa That you are what? - the best papa And you are highly - blessed papa. Children, children - yes papa Remember your greatness - yes papa Never underrate this - no papa Shall we celebrate this? - go papa
Every time I kiss my children Papa's words ring true He said, "Children live through you Let them grow! They'll leave you, too" I remember every word Papa used to say I kiss my kids and pray That they'll think of me Oh how I pray They will think of me That way Someday. 2. One Man Woman, One Woman Man. 3. (You’re) Having My Baby. 5. Let Me Get To Know You.
Papa Was A Rolling Stone" (originally by The Temptations). It was the third of September That day I'll always remember, yes I will Cause that was the day, that my daddy died I never got a chance to see him Never heard nothin' but bad things about him Momma I'm depending on you, to tell me the truth Momma just hung her head and said, son. Papa was a rolling stone, (my son) Where ever he laid his hat was his home And when he died, all he left us was alone.
Papa is a knife to the gut. It is a terrible song - a masterpiece in its performance, but terrible in its subject matter. I can picture the song taking place over many years with the "children" asking "Momma" more and more pointed questions about what kind of a man their father really was. It is devastating and brutal to see the "children" learn that their father was not a good man. We never learn how "Papa" died, but I infer he met a violent end, brought on by his many illegal and immoral actions. Lalah from Wasilla, AkGreat housecleaning song.
My Papa's Waltz is one of Theodore Roethke's best known poems. At first glance it appears to be a simple four stanza work but a closer look at these 16 lines will reveal much more. This analysis will help you to understand just why this poem has stood the test of time. Although it's aimed at students, lovers of poetry will benefit from this close up look too. Theodore Roethke (1908-1963) was born and grew up in Saginaw, Michigan, eventually going on to Harvard and then into teaching poetry in Washington. This is a snapshot of life from the mind of a child and conveys a sense of fun and menace at the same time. The dance is a waltz so it has a lilting, regular feel to it, almost lighthearted. But the child is fearful of the father's strength, he can smell the liquor on his breath. This is not positive yet a father dancing with his son should be an uplifting experience.
Philip: If you'll excuse me, I think I'll skip dinner. I don't have much of an appetite. Geoffery: Shall I call 911? Will: Hey, Uncle Phil, that is not cool, man, the way you dissin' my father like that. Cause I've been there! But I didn't run out of my family. I was there everyday from them because that's what a man does.
Madonna, "Papa Don't Preach". Singing "What I need right now is some good advice," she reaches out to her dad for guidance. Madonna's single was No. 1 on the Hot 100 for two weeks in 1986. The Game, "Like Father, Like Son". Closing out The Game's debut album, this emotional song.