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Does your mother realize The strok delivered quite a prize, The day he left you on the fam'ly tree. Does your dad appreciate That you are merely super-great, The miracle of any century. If they don't, just send them both to me; You must have been a beautiful baby, You must have been a wonderful child, When you were only startin' To go to kindergarten, I bet you drove the little boys wild; And when it came to winning blue ribbons, You must have shown the other kids how; I can see the judges' eyes As they handed you the prize, I bet you made the cutest bow; Oh, you must have been a beautiful baby, 'Cause, baby, look at you now. Don't suppose it dawned on you, The first time you were out on view, How all the neighbors buzzed around with pride; All those words of good advice And all those murmurs, "Ain't she nice?" No wonder that your poppa nearly cried, That is why I'm always by your side.


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