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Once when I was seven,
My father should have taught me,
How to ride a bike,
But he never did.

Once when I was ten,
My father should have come to my concert,
Because I had my first solo,
But he never did.

Once when I was 14,
My father should have seen me graduate,
Because I was finally going to high school,
But he never did.

Once when I was 16,
My father should have come to my competition,
Because I was finally proud of something,
But he never did.

Once when I was 17,
My father should have cried when I went to prom,
Because I was his little girl,
But he never did.

Once when I was 18,
My father should have said Happy Birthday,
Because I was finally an adult,
But he never did.

Once when I was 27,
My father should have cried at my wedding,
While walking me down the aisle,
But he never did.

Once when I was 38,
My dad called me and told me he loved me,
And I told him the opposite;
I never did.



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