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​Thank Your Father

This song is by Helen Kane and appears on the album Great Original Performances 1928 - 1930 (1999).

When I think that you're the one boy I adore,
Gratitude inflates my bosom more and more.
When I see your style and grace, analyze your smiling face,
Then I know how much I must be thankful for.

Thank your father, thank your mother,
Thank them both for meeting up with one-another.
Thank the horse that pulled the buggy that night.
Thank your ma and pa for feeling just right.

Thank the June light, thank the moonlight,
That caressed them from up above.
And thank goodness for their marriage and for the baby carriage
Or I'd have no one to love.

Thank them both for meeting up with one-another.
Thank the horse that pulled the buggy that night.
And thank your ma and pa for feeling just right.

Thank the June light, and thank the moonlight,
That caressed them from up above.
And thank goodness for their marriage and for the baby carriage
Or I'd have no one to love.