Sample Birthday lyrics:

Happy 80th Birthday, Dad

Born of Irish descent on June 8th, '22,
Bob grew up to an army life, it was his due.
In Toronto, New Brunswick and England and France
On the Fuseliers' drums, sticks would dance.
Bob and Connie were wed and the music would suit,
Cars on St. Paul Street stopped for a pipe band salute.
Rob and Colleen arrived and then Terry we hear,
Hurricane Hazel blew 'round that year.

On Simpson Road there was a homestead to build,
With wonderful memories, decades were filled.
Bob electrified GM and then he retired,
Through the years, many parties transpired.

Back in '67 Ireland and Scotland were grand,
As they travelled with the Clan McFarland Pipe Band.
Each October there was time for Florida's sun
As those World Series games had begun.
Then in '84 Bob had his heart surgery,
And the Teddy Bear Club helped his recovery.
There were swimming pool summers and gatherings of clan,
On his riding mower, Bob was the man.

So here's to eight decades and we want to say,
Our love and best wishes we bring on this day.
Dear Dad, may adventure and happiness too
Be a part of each new day for you.

Bob likes dinner at 5:00, he likes hockey and beer,
Lawrence Welk, Scottish tunes, worn out shirts bring him cheer.
He hates rock music, credit cards, Don Cherry's face,
Hair dye and short skirts don't have a place.
Bob and Laurene have cruised the Caribbean shore,
To Alaska, Australia, New Zealand and more.
Erin, Jonathan, Jaclyn, Shawn, Katie then too,
Robyn, Adam the grandchildren crew.

So here's to eight decades and we want to shout,
"Potatoes for dinner, and don't throw one out!"
Dear Dad, may adventure and happiness too
Be a part of each new day for you.

A Song For You  by Dave Mitchell and Heather Ferguson
      (Personalized Songs for Special Events)

    
143 White Pine Cr.
Waterloo, ON  N2V 1B3
519-885-5700
email: mitchell@arithmecode.com