Your ears are so big they’re big enough to fly
I’ve always looked at them and wondered why.
They seem to be pushed out from you head
And when it’s cold they turn candy apple red.
Yes, they’re big I won’t deny they are.
I can hear near, mid-field and even afar.
They’re big enough to hear everything you say
but not so big that I can fly away.
There’s a reason for big ears, my son, can’t you see?
It’s so I can hear better when you’re talking to me.
Slow down, don’t run,
We’re exchanging words now, father and son.
Me sharing my thoughts with you is how it should be,
And you sharing your thoughts with me.
Wow, your nose is so large, it’s bulbous and round
It runs interference when you’re staring down.
It must be a burden to smell all them strong smells that you do,
A blooming rose, the mist off the sea, or a can full of garbage – P U!
Well son, I rather like my nose,
It gives my face proportion as my profile goes.
About my smell, yes, I am a blessed man
I can smell out my child where ever I stand.
You smell like innocence, confusion and such
I know it’s hard to be young and in such a rush.
Let your senses be a part of who you are
They’ll define you and guide you as you reach for the stars.
What’s up with your eyes, they look this way and that
There’s no way in the world you can see me, you seem blind as a bat.
And if you do, the picture you see just can’t be right
Unless I’m there, right in your direct line of sight.
My eyes are perfect, I use them every day,
They are the windows of my world,
They are the windows of my mind,
My eyes bring me the vision of my family, my children, my wife.
My sight has brought me clearly to define,
My life has been good, my life is just fine.
Dad, you’re the best-looking man I’ve ever seen
You look a lot like me, I look a lot like you,
If you look in the mirror, you couldn’t distinguish us two.
You’re my father and I’m your son,
I Love you Dad, even though you are a funny looking one.