You


You're never there when I need you,
You never answer my calls.
You say I am too needy,
You hate that I put up walls.
You're never there when I need you,
You say it's too far a drive.
Funny, 'cause I can get there in an hour,
When you say it takes you five.
You say I am ugly, a worthless immature kid,
But I took care of my family; that's something you never did.
So tell me that I'm awful, the worst you've ever seen,
But you'll never be my father; all you'll ever be is mean.

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