Hero

There is a hero, she loves him so
Day by day, she always shows
He comes everyday with a gift for her
To show her that she really matters

There is a hero, she loves him so
He stays by day but at night he goes
He doesnt give her gifts like before
But she knows she still matters

There is a hero, she loves him so
He doesnt give her gifts anymore
He doesnt come home as often as before
She asks herself, does she still matter?

There was a hero, she loves him so
Stolen from her, one night he’s alone
With a dozen of bullets aimed straight
She knows its too late

There was a hero, she loves him so
Now she knows he’ll never come home
That gift was time and death is a thief
For he took one thing that always mattered,
her hero was her father.

This is a story of a child who was always so close to her father.
She was with him whenever he’d go somewhere, she was with him whenever he’d meet friends and she was with him on his last day.
He taught her all that he knows and gave them all that he can. In her eyes, he was the best father. But as she grew up, they grew apart. Work, work, work and friends. For years, they grew apart. But on the year before her 18th birthday, he decided to fix things. Make ammends and make up for lost time. But fate had to play and take him away.. forever.

This is the story of me and my father. Who was killed in front of our house at midnight. I was there in our room waiting for him to come upstairs but instead, a dozen of bullets came. I heard him beg for his life. He was dragged to the trunk of the car of those heartless bastards and brought to the hospital. He was declared dead on arrival. Witnesses said my dad threw something far while he was running from the bastards and we discovered it was the house key. He tried to keep us safe even in his last days. He wasn’t given justice.

I will be here, daddy.
Always wishing, always praying
To see you again even if its only
In my dreams. I will be here.

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